Megan Mcardle Wiki
Megan McArdle is a columnist at Bloomberg View and appears regularly on MSNBC, Fox News, and NPR. She has been a correspondent for the Atlantic and the Economist and started one of the first business and economics blogs, Asymmetric Information. She lives in Washington, D.C
Megan Mcardle Biography
McArdle went to Riverdale Country School. She then enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature. Afterward, she obtained an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. During her early years at college, she was employed as a canvasser for the Public Interest Research Groups. The group is a nonprofit organization that was started by Ralph Nader.
McArdle stated writing blogs in late 2001. Her debut blog post was called “Live From The WTC,” the blog was derived from from the World Trade Center site in which she was an employee. This was after the September 11 attacks. She renamed the site to “Asymmetrical information” in late 2002. The title was borrowed from the economics term information asymmetry. This deals with the study of decisions in transactions in which one party of the contract has more or better information than the other. He blog also engaged the services of Zimran Ahmed who contributed to the blog under the pen name”Winterspeak”
Megan Mcardle Age
Megan was born on the 29th of January 1973. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius.
Megan Mcardle Family
McArdle was born and raised in New York City. She is the daughter of Francis X. McArdle and Joan McArdle. He dad was former managing director of the General Contractors Association of New York (GCA) while her mum was a real estate broker for Prudential Douglas Elliman.
Megan Mcardle Husband
Meagan is married to an associate of the libertarian Reason magazine. The couple knew each other for a long time. The dated for a while before they eventually decided to settle down as husband and wife. She practiced veganism in the entire year of 2008 due to her diagnosis fo Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.
Megan Mcardle Articles
Due to her hard work and intelligent writing she was employed by The Economist In 2003. The magazine wanted her to write for their website, particularly in the “Countries” and “News” sections. Interestingly she also came up with her own new section for the website called “Free Exchange” blog in 2006. Unfortunately, she resigned from this job and relocated to Washington, D.C. to work as a full-time blogger for The Atlantic. However, she kept “Asymmetrical Information” as her blog’s name.
Megan Mcardle Bloomberg
McArdle revealed in June 2013, that she was quitting Newsweek to join Bloomberg View as a columnist. Bloomberg view is part of Bloomberg News as one of its news distribution platforms. on the other hand, Bloomberg News is an international news agency headquartered in New York, United States and a division of Bloomberg L.P. Content produced by Bloomberg News is disseminated through several platforms including, Bloomberg Terminals, Bloomberg Television, Bloomberg Radio, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Markets, Bloomberg.com and Bloomberg’s mobile platforms.
Megan Mcardle Medicare For All
In 2009 Megan strongly opposed the idea os institutionalizing national health insurance in the U.S. She has specifically opposed the federal healthcare reform bill and patient protection and affordable care bill. The bill was signed into law by President Barrack Obama in March 2010. Apart from writing several blog posts she also wrote an article titled “Myth Diagnosis” on Atlantic. In addition, she also wrote a blog post in which she gave two major reasons for her objection to the bill. Fist, she claimed it would halt innovations majorly because “Monopolies are not innovative, whether they are public or private,” The second reason was that “Once the government gets into the business of providing our health care, the government gets into the business of deciding whose life matters, and by how much.”
Megan Mcardle Book
Megan is the author of a book called, The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success. The book talks about how we can harness our failures to success. Washington reviewed the book stating“McArdle combines a shrewd knowledge of economics and practical experience with a writing style that every so often segues into comedy monologue. . . . Americans fail a lot, she argues. . . . But good judgment comes from experience. And experience comes from bad judgment—from failures. The key question is how you respond, whether you learn from failure and rebound.”
Megan Mcardle Height
McArdle has an average height she is neither shoer nor tall. Due to her appearance while standing we can estimate her average height to be between 1.5 meters to 1.8 meters which roughly translates to a height of 150 cm to 180 cm.