Martin Fleming
Martin Fleming
Affiliate Researcher

Martin Fleming is a Fellow of The Productivity Institute, the UK research organization exploring what productivity means for business, workers, and communities, and Chief Revenue Scientist, Varicent, the Toronto-based sales-performance management software provider.

Martin is also a research economist at the MIT CSAIL FutureTech project and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. He is the former IBM Chief Economist and former IBM Chief Analytics Officer.

Martin is the author of the recently published book: Breakthrough: A Growth Revolution. He regularly speaks to topics such as: Will Generative AI Drive Growth and Save the Global Economy? Could Stronger Economic Growth Become the Pandemic’s Most Unexpected Outcome? Will Secular Stagnation Continue in the Period Ahead?

He is a Fellow of the National Association for Business Economics recognized for outstanding performance as a business economist, contribution to the field of business economics, and service to NABE.

Martin is a member and former chair of the Conference of Business Economists. Martin is a participant in the Brookings Productivity Measurement Initiative, organized by David Wessel and chaired by Janet Yellen. He is also a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Economists Roundtable. Martin was a member of the Federal Economic Statistics Advisory Committee and a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Fintech Advisory Committee.