Hannah Anderson is a current student in the Master of Science in Foreign Service program at Georgetown University. In addition, she is a Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholar, the Senior Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs, and the Professional Development Chair of the Georgetown Women in International Affairs Society.
Prior to Georgetown, Hannah worked as a Global Market Strategist on the Global Market Insights Strategy team at JPMorgan Asset Management, based in New York and Hong Kong. In this role, Hannah was responsible for developing and communicating timely market and economic insights to retail and institutional clients across Asia Pacific. In this role, she focused on the investment implication of China’s evolving financial system, changes in global trade and U.S.-China relations. As one of the authors of J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Long-Term Capital Markets Assumptions, she has both developed long-run forecasts for economies and markets, and written extensively on how developments such as China’s ongoing financial liberalization or declining productivity growth will impact asset class returns. Hannah has made frequent appearances on CNBC, Bloomberg, and other financial news outlets and is often quoted in the financial press. She also contributed to publications such as the Guide to the Markets, Guide to Alternatives and Weekly Market Recap. Hannah has a Bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University in Economics, International and Global Studies, and East Asian Studies.
"I chose Georgetown in order to be directly immersed in the process of policy formation in service of learning how to be a better advocate for more equitable policy."
"Anderson, Hannah and Leon Goldfeld. “The cost of capital in China’s changing financial system”. 2018 Long Term Capital Market Assumptions. J.P. Morgan Asset Management. October 2017. https://am.jpmorgan.com/content/dam/jpm-am-aem/emea/regional/en/insights/portfolio-insights/ltcma/ltcma-future-path-of-chinese-interest-rates-ce-en.pdf
Steven Clarke et. al. “Practical Responses to Pandemics: Evidence and recommendations from case studies of agri-food trade in the EU, Asia-Pacific and American regions during Covid-19.” Author: “All Policy is Trade Policy in a Pandemic – U.S. Agricultural Labor Policies during Covid-19”. United Nations Policy Hackathon on Practical Responses to Pandemics. July 2020. https://www.unescap.org/sites/default/files/108%20Final-Team%20Steven%20Clarke-Hinrich%20Global%20Trade%20Leaders.pdf
Anderson, Hannah and Ben Mandel. “What is a trade war and are we in one?” J.P. Morgan Asset Management. July 2018. https://am.jpmorgan.com/blob-gim/1383557340865/83456/PI-TRADEWAR_r9.pdf
Anderson, Hannah. “A Guide to the Chinese Fixed Income Markets.” J.P. Morgan Asset Management. November 2019 through February 2020. https://am.jpmorgan.com/au/en/asset-management/adv/insights/market-insights/market-bulletins/a-guide-to-the-chinese-fixed-income-markets/
Hood, Michael et. al. “China’s Path to Becoming a Higher Income Country” 2020 Long Term Capital Market Assumptions. J.P. Morgan Asset Management. October 2019. https://am.jpmorgan.com/us/en/asset-management/institutional/insights/portfolio-insights/ltcma/the-next-phase-of-chinas-growth/
Anderson, Hannah. “The coronavirus has created an unprecedented market environment. Do the usual rules still apply?” Macroscope. South China Morning Post. March 20, 2020. https://www.scmp.com/comment/opinion/article/3075963/coronavirus-has-created-unprecedented-market-environment-do-usual"