Inside The Economist’s editorial meeting

Since today is an Economist love-fest, here's a behind-the-scenes look at how they operate editorially:

At most papers, the writers responsible for the leader pages are separate from the rest of the reporting staff. This is not the case at The Economist. The whole paper meets, and anyone — from the newest intern to the most senior editor — can put forward and write a leader. What matters is not a contributor’s seniority, but the strength and quality of his or her arguments.

Strong. 💪


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