Sorting the signal from the noise can help organizations anticipate emerging risks and opportunities in this uncertain and rapidly changing world.

Lydia Boussour

EY-Parthenon Senior Economist, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young LLP

Focused on guiding leaders and organizations through economic changes. Avid traveler raising global citizens.

Lydia is a senior economist at EY-Parthenon. She focuses on providing timely and insightful analysis of macroeconomic trends and policy developments, as well as leading the production of macroeconomic forecasts. Her comments on the economy regularly appear in media, such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Reuters.

With more than a decade of experience, Lydia has advised a wide range of clients, including institutional investors and Fortune 500 executives, helping them navigate the ever-changing economic landscape. She started her career as an economist in the financial services sector and most recently worked as a lead US economist at a global forecasting and quantitative analysis firm, where she led the production of the forecast for the US economy.

Lydia earned her Master in International Economics from Paris Dauphine University in France.

How Lydia is building a better working world

In her role, Lydia provides timely economic insights to EY clients and helps them anticipate the impact of global trends on their operations, customers and employees. Sharing a wide range of potential outcomes can lead to better-informed decision-making that benefits not only the organization but also the broader society.

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