Tara Hariharan

United States |  Managing Director, Global Macro Research, NWI Management LP

+1-202-822-9002 ˙ press@thedialogue.org ˙

Tara Hariharan is managing director of Global Macro Research, the head of research at NWI Management LP, a New York-based emerging markets-focused hedge fund. She leads top-down analysis of economic activity, policy, and macro-political issues for countries globally, and created NWI’s proprietary “macro dashboard” to identify strategic investment opportunities in fixed income, foreign exchange, equities, and commodities. Her analysis is notably informed by sustained dialogue with a diverse group of high-level global policymakers in both developed and emerging markets. Hariharan regularly presents her assessments of China’s economy and US-China relations to senior US policymakers and International Monetary Fund representatives. She is featured on CNBC and Bloomberg Television.

Hariharan is a life member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a Trustee of the German Marshall Fund of the United States and a Board Member of the American Council on Germany. She is a 2023 Millennium Leadership fellow at the Atlantic Council and was a 2014 German Marshall Fund Marshall Memorial Fellow, a 2016 American Council on Germany Young Leader, and a 2022 Economic Club of New York fellow. She is also a member of the US Chamber of Commerce Chief Economists’ Committee. A member of the Inter-American Dialogue since 2021, she contributes to its publications on trade flows and China’s influence on Latin America.

Hariharan holds a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude in anthropology from Princeton University and a graduate certificate in international relations from Harvard Extension School.

Hariharan joined the Dialogue as a Member in 2021.

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