Tamzin Booth
Tamzin Booth
Tokyo Bureau Chief, The Economist

Ms. Booth is The Economist's Tokyo bureau chief, writing on Japanese politics, business, and economy. She previously covered European business for the newspaper, based in Paris. Before that she was media editor based in London. She joined The Economist in 2001 as a writer on finance, having previously worked for the Wall Street Journal.

Before pursuing a career in journalism, Ms. Booth worked in equity research at Salomon Brothers in Hong Kong, specializing in banking. Prior to that, she was a trainee chartered accountant at Coopers & Lybrand in London.

She studied English literature at Oxford University.

Japan in the Media: What Should Japan’s Story Be, and How Should Japan Communicate It?

The international media now seems to embrace all the hype of Abenomics, although it still remains to be seen whether Japan can add substance to the hype and regain its global significance.
The international media now seems to embrace all the hype of Abenomics, although it still remains to be seen whether Japan can add substance to the hype and regain its global significance.