Paul's skills as an editor are well-honed. He combines deep knowledge of economics, business and finance, together with long experience in writing about such subjects for wide audiences. As a Brookings fellow, he often assisted colleagues in re-shaping and polishing op-ed articles on a variety of subjects, and his editing work on the book Reimagining Japan (see below) established his professional bona fides. He has also drafted and written major reports for clients. To request his services, either as an editor or freelance writer, please contact him directly. 



Paul was an editorial consultant for Reimagining Japan: The Quest for a Future That Works, published in 2011 by the Shogakukan group and McKinsey & Company, which contained 80 essays by leading academics, economists, foreign policy experts, CEOs, entrepeneurs, and journalists. In addition to contributing an essay of his own to this volume, Paul edited a number of the essays. 

Paul also worked as editorial consultant for Reimagining India: Unlocking the Potential of Asia's Next Superpower, a collection of essays edited by McKinsey that will be published in November 2013 by Simon & Schuster. In this volume as well, Paul edited a number of essays.

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