Emma Hogan is the Europe correspondent for The Economist. She writes about migration to Europe; European politics; and social trends on the continent. Since starting this role in November 2015 she has reported from 14 countries. In October 2016 she spent five days on a search-and-rescue boat in the Mediterranean for a piece on African migration to Europe. Prior to this, she was Britain correspondent for The Economist. Emma has appeared on the BBC News Channel paper review, CNN, CNBC and Sky News, and has spoken on BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service and LBC Radio.
She has also written for The Financial Times, The Daily Beast, the New Statesman, The Times Literary Supplement, 1843 (previously Intelligent Life) and The Telegraph, among others. In 2012 she was one of the judges for the Forward Prize for poetry. She graduated from Cambridge University in 2010 and completed an MPhil the following year.