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Marc Brost has been the head of the Berlin office for DIE ZEIT since 2010. Prior to this position, he had been a reporter on economic policy issues for DIE ZEIT in Berlin. Born in 1971, he studied economics at the University of
Hohenheim from 1991 to 1997. After completing his studies, Brost spent two years as an intern at the Georg von Holtzbrinck School for Business Journalists. He has been an editor at DIE ZEIT since 1999; he was deputy head of the business department between 2002 and 2007.
Brost has been recognised on numerous occasions for his journalistic work including the Georg von Holtzbrinck prize for economic journalism (2001), the Ludwig Erhard Prize for economic journalism (2003) and the Theodor Wolff prize (2006).