Adrian Wooldridge

Adrian Wooldridge is the management editor and “Schumpeter” columnist of The Economist. He was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and All Souls College, Oxford, where he held a Prize Fellowship. He was formerly The Economist’s Washington bureau chief and “Lexington” columnist. He is the coauthor, with John Micklethwait, of five books—including The Witch Doctors: Making Sense of the Management Gurus; A Future Perfect: The Challenge and Hidden Promise of Globalization; The Company: A Short History of a Revolutionary Idea; and The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America—and the author of Measuring the Mind: Education and Psychology in England c.1860-1990.


Moldir Amankulovahas quoted20 hours ago
six of the seven biggest Russian oligarchs of the 1990s earned degrees in maths, physics or finance before becoming natural-resource tycoons.
Moldir Amankulovahas quoted20 hours ago
Bill Clinton’s belief that there is a tight connection between earning and learning is proving truer by the day.
Moldir Amankulovahas quoted20 hours ago
Raw intelligence is one of the best predictors of success in life.
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