Daniel Altman

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Chief Economist, Instawork

Daniel Altman is an expert at analyzing and sharing labor market trends, particularly within the hourly workforce. He previously served as an economic advisor in the British government, and wrote for The Economist and The New York Times. He received his PhD in Economics from Harvard University.


Money & Finance

4 Ways to Deal With High Interest Rates in Every Part of Your Business

With higher borrowing costs across the economy, it's time for businesses to get creative with spending and investing.

Growing a Business

What the 'New Normal' Will Look Like for Businesses This Year

At long last, businesses and consumers will be able to settle into their new rhythms in 2023 — but what are they?

Money & Finance

How Will Consumers Spend Their Money This Holiday Season? An Economist Explains

When trends collide, uncertainty is rampant — even during the holidays. Here's what that means for consumer spending.

Business Models

5 Tips to Ace the Busy Holiday Season With Flexible Work

To get the most out of holiday workers, set up shifts with their preferences in mind. Here's how.

Thought Leaders

How to Recession-Proof Your Business

The slightest hint of an economic downturn or recession is enough to make business owners panic — but you have an opportunity to prepare and solutions to mitigate the risk. Here's a look at how to make your business recession-proof.

Business Ideas

Unionizing Isn't the Only Way to Restore Workers' Bargaining Power

Using technology to give workers more options can create a win-win situation in the labor market, with more efficient matching for open positions.

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