Chief Economist Leader, Emerging Markets Practice Co-Leader, Anti-Corruption and Corporate Intelligence Practice
Harry G. Broadman is the Leader of PwC's Emerging Markets Practice; Co-Leader of PwC's Anti-Corruption and Corporate Intelligence Practice; and PwC's Chief Economist. Prior to coming to PwC, Broadman was Managing Director of The Albright Group and Chief Economist of Albright Capital Management. Earlier he was a senior official at the World Bank; Assistant United States Trade Representative; Chief of Staff on the President’s Council of Economic Advisers; Chief Economist of the US Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs; Consultant at the Rand Corporation; a Fellow at the Brookings Institution; and on the faculties of Harvard and Johns Hopkins Universities. He is a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.