Bob Davis

Visiting Lecturer in the Humanities Council; Ferris Professor of Journalism (Fall 2017)

Bob Davis is a senior editor who covers economic issues out of The Wall Street Journal’s Washington bureau. He is a 34-year veteran of the WSJ, having previously reported from Beijing and served as bureau chief in Latin America and Brussels.

In 1999 Davis was part of the team of WSJ reporters that won a Pulitzer Prize for international reporting for coverage of the Asian and Russian financial crises.

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