Jonathan Lemco, Ph.D.

Principal and Senior Credit Analyst

Mr. Lemco is a principal and senior analyst in Vanguard Taxable Credit Research Group whose role includes the evaluation of sovereign risk in developed and emerging markets. He joined Vanguard in 2000.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Lemco headed sovereign research at Credit Suisse. He also served for five years as director of the National Policy Association, focusing on public policy forums and publications related to the NAFTA region. In addition, he was a professor for four years at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, teaching courses in sovereign risk, public policy, and North American economic and political issues.

Mr. Lemco has written or edited ten books and many articles on sovereign risk, comparative public policy, and international economics. A native of Montreal, he earned a B.A. at Clark University and an M.A. and a Ph.D. in political science at the University of Rochester.

Mr. Lemco is a principal and senior analyst in Vanguard Taxable Credit Research Group. His area of expertise includes the evaluation of sovereign risk in developed and emerging markets.

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The diminished economic power of oil

February 07, 2020

Vanguard experts Maria Colangelo and Jonathan Lemco explain why they expect the price of oil to remain well-contained for the foreseeable future.

The global economy at midyear: How our views have changed

July 26, 2019

A lot has happened since Vanguard published its global economic and market outlook for 2019. In this article, three Vanguard economists offer their insights on how trade tensions between China and the United States are changing the landscape.

RECENT ARTICLES

The diminished economic power of oil

February 07, 2020

Vanguard experts Maria Colangelo and Jonathan Lemco explain why they expect the price of oil to remain well-contained for the foreseeable future.

The global economy at midyear: How our views have changed

July 26, 2019

A lot has happened since Vanguard published its global economic and market outlook for 2019. In this article, three Vanguard economists offer their insights on how trade tensions between China and the United States are changing the landscape.

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