The world will be lacking if it existed without the output of economists. Businesses will crumble one after the other without economists. Their contribution especially to the world of business is so full of impact such that countries will do anything just to enjoy their services. They work involve analyzing the costs and benefits of engaging in a business of providing certain goods or services. They can also tell the fate of a certain investment by conducting research, collecting and analyzing data as well as monitoring of the economic trend. They thereafter give a report which includes the research which includes the results found and at the end they give the recommendations. With such, an organization or a country can take a bold step with the knowledge that somebody has already visited the future and they can easily foretell the outcome of the investment. If the recommendations were to proceed they will do that and if they required something before proceeding, they will do that.
Economists are therefore required in various sectors of economy for their services such as agriculture, finance, real estate, natural resources, transport and health. They put the economic policy of that area into practical application while using their knowledge and understanding in the field of economics to advise various stakeholders in this area. They can also be sourced to come up with the policies themselves and using their knowledge in the field they will develop a policy that is friendly and practical for that field. There are those who work for various agencies such as the banks, insurance companies among other organizations where their work mainly involves writing reports and researching which they later present for assessment. Their work is usually tiresome and they have to meet deadlines which most of the time requires them to work overtime.
One of the world best economists is Christian Broda who is currently the managing partner at Dunuesne Capital Management which he joined in 2009. He previously worked as a professor of economics at the University of Chicago where he trained young students on the subject. He also wrote many articles on the subject and they have been of help to students and other scholars. He also worked as a chief international economist for Barclays Bank a position which he held for one year prior to which he was the head of international research at Lehman Brothers. His areas of expertise include emerging markets, investments, capital markets, equity research and trading among others. His career in as an economists dates way back in 1994 when he joined Universidad de San Andres for his bachelor of arts in economics. He also holds a PhD on economics.