Henry Tricks
The Economist

Henry Tricks writes the Schumpeter column on global business and is based in London. Previously, he was the Energy and Commodities editor from 2015 to 2018. He joined The Economist as capital-markets editor in January 2006, and became finance editor later that year. He was Tokyo bureau chief from August 2009 until April 2013, and bureau chief for Mexico and Central America from 2013 to 2015. Before joining The Economist he wrote for the Financial Times in London, was FT bureau chief in Mexico, and worked for Reuters in America, Mexico and Central America. For The Economist he has written a technology quarterly on future energy technologies, and special reports on the geopolitics of energy, the future of oil, the Pacific Rim, Japan’s ageing population, and global investment banking.