Peter S. Goodman


Peter S. Goodman is the European economics correspondent for The New York Times, based in London. He was previously a national economic correspondent, based in New York, where he played a leading role in award-winning coverage of the Great Recession.

In a decade at The Washington Post, he spent six years in Shanghai as an Asian economic correspondent, and also covered telecom from Washington during the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s. As the executive business and global news editor at the Huffington Post, he oversaw a significant expansion into investigative and international reporting. He also served as editor in chief of the International Business Times in New York.

Goodman has reported from more than two dozen countries, including stints in Iraq, Cambodia, Sudan, Myanmar, Mexico and India. He is the author of “Past Due: The End of Easy Money and the Renewal of the American Economy,” published by Times Books in 2009. He graduated from Reed College and completed a master’s in Vietnamese history from the University of California, Berkeley.