Dan Keeler
Dan Keeler

Adjunct Lecturer of Global Management

Print Overview

As the Editor, Frontier Markets at the Wall Street Journal, Dan Keeler coordinates the Journal's coverage of the world's frontier markets. Launched in early 2014, WSJ's frontier market coverage brings together a broad range of news and analysis, providing readers with a deeper understanding of some of the world's most dynamic and fast-growing economies.

Prior to joining the Journal Dan was the Editor and subsequently Editor-at-Large of Global Finance magazine, where he steered the magazine's coverage toward corporate responsibility and emerging markets.

He is also founder of New York's FM Network, a group that hosts gatherings of finance professionals focused on smaller emerging markets.

Print Vita
Bachelor of Sciences, 1987, Civil Engineering, Plymouth University, Honors

Academic Positions
Adjunct Lecturer of Finance, Finance, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University-present

Other Professional Experience
Editor, The Wall Street Journal, 2013-present
Editor at Large, Global Finance, 2011-2013
Editor, Global Finance, 2003-2011
Managing Editor, Global Finance, 2003-2011
Freelance Writer/Editor/Consultant, 1999-present
Group Production Manager, City Financial Communications, 1997-1999
Deputy Editor, Sunday Business, 1995-1997
Freelance Writer/Editor, 1995-1995
Senior Staff Writer, BusinessAge, 1994-1995
Technical Editor, Contract Journal, 1992-1994
News Reporter, Personnel Today, 1991-1992
News Sub-editor, South China Morning Post-1991
Assistant Technical Editor, Construction News, 1988-1990

Print Research

Print Teaching
Full-Time / Evening & Weekend MBA
Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) (INTL-473-0)
All FT GIM classes will hold a final, mandatory class session. Please refer to each class's syllabi for the date and time.

Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) is an international experiential learning course designed to provide students with an introduction to the unique business opportunities, management practices and market dynamics of a specific region or global industry. The course combines in-class lectures, reading discussions and case studies during the winter quarter with ten days of international field research over spring break. Immersed in the culture and language of their host countries, students will have the opportunity to meet with local business and government leaders, conduct interviews and collect data for their group research projects, and experience some of the unique social and cultural facets of the region. Final presentations and written research reports are due in spring quarter after completion of the overseas portion of the class. Each class section is taught by a faculty member with deep knowledge of the region or industry and supported by an advisor from the Kellogg staff who assists students in planning the field experience. Students are financially responsible for their travel costs, and financial aid is available to those who qualify.