Paul Domjan

Tellimer Research

Senior Contributing Analyst @ Tellimer Research

Paul writes for Tellimer, having previously been Head of Research. He joined Tellimer from 4CAST-RGE, a leading provider of thematic and intraday economic analysis, where he served as CEO. Paul has a strong background in public policy, as a special adviser to the UK parliament, energy security adviser to the U.S. Department of Defense and political scenarios analyst at Royal Dutch/Shell.

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Global Themes / Global

Why central banks could beat crypto and win the digital currency game in 2021

A year ago, I had the pleasure of attending a rather unusual event: the opening of the first proper supermarket in Shakawe, a medium-sized town on the banks of the beautiful Okavango River in Northern Botswana. This ECB working paper reviews the issu...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 24 November 2020
Why central banks could beat crypto and win the digital currency game in 2021
Why central banks could beat crypto and win the digital currency game in 2021
Weekend Reading / Global

Vaccine colonialism revisited: World’s most comprehensive data on pre-purchases

In August, lamenting the fact that Covid-19 vaccines would be the main driver of the global economy in the short term, and yet data about would get the jab first was so sparse, I assembled all of the data that I could to give a global snapshot of vac...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 21 November 2020
Vaccine colonialism revisited: World’s most comprehensive data on pre-purchases
Vaccine colonialism revisited: World’s most comprehensive data on pre-purchases
Weekend Reading / Global

New data shows US survived Trump with its reputation intact; China, GCC struggle

In September, I wrote about my worry that the combination of poorly handling Covid-19, dysfunctional domestic politics and fickleness towards allies would cost countries like the US and UK their hard-earned soft power. While the US has fallen from si...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 14 November 2020
New data shows US survived Trump with its reputation intact; China, GCC struggle
New data shows US survived Trump with its reputation intact; China, GCC struggle
Weekend Reading / Global

Trump owes Florida victory to the Vene diaspora; Biden likely to keep sanctions

With Joe Biden closing in on the presidency, all eyes (and analysts’ pens[1]) will be focused on what his policy programme means. Florida Latinos are notably more inclined to support the Republican party than their counterparts elsewhere. Taking thes...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 7 November 2020
Trump owes Florida victory to the Vene diaspora; Biden likely to keep sanctions
Trump owes Florida victory to the Vene diaspora; Biden likely to keep sanctions
Weekend Reading / Global

How big infrastructure can pave the way for Africa's green energy future

When I worked on energy issues for the US military, I always enjoyed a visit to my colleagues at the US Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA). r current plans to continue to invest in coal, while North African countries do th...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 24 October 2020
How big infrastructure can pave the way for Africa's green energy future
How big infrastructure can pave the way for Africa's green energy future
Weekend Reading / Global

BP is leaving Emerging Market oil but could return in new ways

In September 2020, BP announced a fundamental strategic reorientation. On the one hand, leaving oil and gas could allow BP, and other IOCs that follow its lead, the opportunity to focus on producing energy closer to their major consumers and leave be...
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Paul Domjan @ Tellimer Research 17 October 2020
BP is leaving Emerging Market oil but could return in new ways
BP is leaving Emerging Market oil but could return in new ways

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