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Norma Cohen leaves the Financial Times

By Staff

27th June 2014

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Financial Times correspondent Norma Cohen leaves 30 June.

Working at the FT since 1988, Cohen and has held roles including property correspondent, economics correspondent and most recently demography correspondent, looking at the effects of population change on economies.

Cohen will be studying economic history at the London School of Economics and will be teaching a course in economic journalism in the spring term. She is available for research and writing projects on her areas of specialism including pensions, economics and population change. She can be found tweeting @NormaCohen3 and can be contacted at Normacohen28@gmail.com.

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