Kimberly Amadeo

Kimberly Amadeo

Expertise: U.S. and World Economies
Title: Former President, World Money Watch
Education: MIT Sloan School of Management


  • Over 20 years of senior-level corporate experience in economic analysis and business strategy
  • Has a master's in management from the Sloan School of Business at MIT
  • Expert on U.S. and world economies


Kimberly Amadeo served as president of World Money Watch, where she shared her expertise on U.S. and world economies, as well as investing. The company produces publications about the global economy that are easy to understand, succinct, and full of practical information. Examples include "The Ultimate Obamacare Handbook" published in 2015, and "Beyond the Great Recession" published in 2010.

Prior to reaching a milestone of 20 years of experience in economic analysis and business strategy, Kimberly received her master's in business administration from MIT's Sloan School of Management.

Kimberly has been featured as an expert on the PBS program "To the Contrary" discussing unemployment, as well as Varney & Co., a news talk show on the Fox Business Network, NBC News, and CCTV America. Other features where Kimberly can be heard discussing the state of the economy include U.S. News and World Report, The Dallas Morning News, Forbes, Industry Week, and the Washington Post.



Amadeo has a master's in business administration from MIT's Sloan School of Management

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