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Davos 2019 - Press Conference: IMF World Economic Outlook
 
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As trade tensions between the world’s largest economies affect economic confidence and momentum, which are the bright spots in the world economy that could help offset tighter financial markets conditions and uncertainty? (with Gian Maria Milesi Feretti, Deputy Director, Research Department IMF; moderated by Gerry Rice, Spokesperson for the International Monetary Fund). Speakers: · Gita Gopinath, Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC; Young Global Leader. · Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC. http://www.weforum.org/
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Davis 2019 - When the Corporate Debt Bubble Bursts
 
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Global corporate debt is now over $29 trillion, with nearly one-quarter maturing within five years. How dangerous are soaring corporate debt levels for global economic and financial stability? On the Forum Agenda: - Rise of emerging-market corporate credit risk - Growing preference for debt in the capital structure - Immediate and long-term refinancing solutions - Karen Fang, Managing Director; Head, Americas Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Sales, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, USA; Young Global Leader - Joshua S. Friedman, Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Canyon Partners, USA - Felipe Larraín Bascuñán, Minister of Finance of Chile - David A. Lipton, First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC Moderated by - Gerard Baker, Editor-at-Large, Wall Street Journal, USA http://www.weforum.org/
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This economic slowdown has come quicker than expected: IMF's Lipton | Street Signs Europe
 
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David Lipton, first deputy managing director at the IMF, says the global economy is down but "not out by any stretch of the imagination."
Chapter 1: The role of financial services in the UK economy - Building, growing and investing in the
 
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Financial services contributes to UK economic health in many different ways, says Ed Thurman, managing director and head of financial institutions, Lloyds Bank.
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Davos 2019 - China Economic Outlook
 
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China's economic growth of 6.5% in the past quarter was the weakest since the financial crisis and is expected to slow further. How are emerging domestic and global trends affecting China's economic outlook? On the Forum Agenda: - Effects of trade dispute with the United States - Balancing economic growth and financial risks - Revamping infrastructure and industries This session was developed in partnership with Yicai. Speakers: - Timothy Adams, President and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of International Finance (IIF), USA. - Fang Xinghai, Vice-Chairman, China Securities Regulatory Commission, People's Republic of China. - Jin Keyu, Professor of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom; Young Global Leader. - Glenn Youngkin, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Carlyle Group, USA. - John Zhao, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hony Capital, People's Republic of China. Moderated by: - Yang Yanqing, Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Yicai Media Group, People's Republic of China. http://www.weforum.org/
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Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations in the Global Economy
 
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Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations Conference: Jacob J. Lew, Keynote Address Jacob J. Lew, former secretary of the US Treasury and partner at Lindsay Goldberg, delivers the keynote address, "The Road Ahead for US-China Relations," for the conference on “Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations in the Global Economy,” on September 17, 2018, at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE), following opening remarks by XIE Fuzhan (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences [CASS]), and Adam Posen (PIIE). Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations Conference: Session 1 Marcus Noland (PIIE) chairs "Session 1: The Impact of Trade Conflicts Between China and U.S.," for the conference on “Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations in the Global Economy,” on September 17, 2018, at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE). Speakers inlcude: Dr. C. Fred Bergsten, Senior Fellow & Director Emeritus, PIIE; Prof. DONG Yan, Head of Department of International Trade, Institute of World Economics & Politics, CASS; Dr. Caroline Freund, Director, Macroeconomics, Trade & Investment, World Bank and Senior Fellow (on leave for public service), PIIE; and Prof. YU Yongding, Member, CASS. Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations Conference: Session 2 ZHANG Yuyan (Institute of World Economics & Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) chairs "Session 2: Risks and Realities of a Technological Race and Cooperation Between China and the U.S.," for the conference on “Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations in the Global Economy,” on September 17, 2018, at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE). Speakers inlcude: Prof. Lee Branstetter, Professor of Economics & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University and Nonresident Senior Fellow, PIIE; Prof. HUANG Qunhui, Director General, Institute of Industrial Economics, CASS; Prof. Mary Lovely, Maxwell Professor of Teaching Excellence, Syracuse University and Nonresident Senior Fellow, PIIE; and Dr. WANG Xuejia, Acting Director General, Enterprises Rights Protection Center, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT). Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations Conference: Session 3 PEI Changhong (Former Director General of Institute of Economics; Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) chairs "Session 3: The WTO Reform," for the conference on “Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations in the Global Economy,” on September 17, 2018, at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE). Speakers inlcude: Prof. JIANG Xiaojuan, Vice Chairperson, Committee of Social Construction of the National People’s Congress; Dr. Gary Hufbauer, Nonresident Senior Fellow, PIIE; Prof. HUO Jianguo, Former Director General, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation; and Dr. Sherman Robinson, Nonresident Senior Fellow, PIIE. Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations Conference: Session 4 Christopher A. Padilla, IBM Corporation, chairs "Session 4: How to Rebuild Sino-US Strategic Trust," for the conference on “Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations in the Global Economy,” on September 17, 2018, at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE). Speakers inlcude: Dr. Adam Posen, President, PIIE; Prof. WU Baiyi, Director General of Institute of American Studies, CASS; and Prof. YAO Zhizhong, Deputy Director General, Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP), CASS. For more information, visit: https://piie.com/events/sino-us-economic-and-trade-relations-global-economy
The Future of the Global Economy: Integration or Fragmentation?
 
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Adam S. Posen participates in the American Economic Association (AEA) panel discussion "The Future of the Global Economy: Integration or Fragmentation?" held at the 2019 Allied Social Science Association (ASSA) annual meeting. David Lipton, first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, chaired the session. Other panelists included Yiping Huang, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University; Kristin J. Forbes, Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Professor of Management and Global Economics, MIT; and Jay Shambaugh, professor of economics and international affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, and Brookings Institution. PIIE thanks AEA for permission to repost video.
William Nordhaus: The Economics of Climate Change
 
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In this informal talk, William Nordhaus, Sterling Professor of Economics at Yale University and author of two widely used models of the economics of climate change, makes the case for using markets to mitigate the issue of global climate change by putting a price on pollution. If you experience technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to [email protected]
Matheus Grasselli: How Advanced Mathematics Can Support New Economic Thinking
 
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Welcome to our new video series called "New Economic Thinking." The series will feature dozens of conversations with leading economists on the most important issues facing economics and the global economy today. This episode features Matheus Grasselli, Deputy Director of the Fields Institute for Research in Mathematical Sciences and Institute for New Economic Thinking grantee, discussing how the use of advanced mathematics in economics enables innovative new thinking and could help transform what's possible in the field. For a short introduction from Grasselli, go here: http://ow.ly/mCUld
Views: 19961 New Economic Thinking
Rising Debt and Geo-Economic Tensions Present New Risks
 
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Global growth has returned to a healthy 3.5%, yet weak productivity growth, rising debt burdens and geo-economic tensions present new risks in many regions. How robust is the global economic recovery? Speakers: - Tyler Cowen, Professor of Economics, George Mason University, USA - Rintaro Tamaki, Deputy Secretary-General, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris - Zhang Tao, Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC - Helen Zhu, Managing Director and Head, China Fundamental Equities, BlackRock, Hong Kong SAR Moderated by: - Stephen Engle, TV Correspondent, Bloomberg News, Hong Kong SAR
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Finance Has Become the Dominant Force in Shaping the Global Economy
 
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Global inequality, household indebtedness, insufficient investment and stagnant economic recovery are the consequences of the dominance of large financial and corporate bodies in shaping globalization, explains Richard Kozul-Wright, UNCTAD's chief economist Visit http://therealnews.com for more stories and help support our work by donating at http://therealnews.com/donate.
Views: 5108 The Real News Network
"Circular Economy" -hacking a broken system while building a new future | Harald Friedl | TEDxTirana
 
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Harold is the Circle Economy’s CEO, with extensive international experience running both for-profit and non-profit businesses with a focus on scaling impact. Before joining Circle Economy in 2017, Harold spent 5 years in Myanmar, during which he co-founded Impact Hub Myanmar. Prior to moving to Myanmar, he lived in New York where he worked as the Head of Office for the Assistant Secretary General and acted as the spokesperson for the Deputy Prime Minister of Finance in Austria. Circular economy is the future. In his talk Harold describes the life changing experience of “circular mindset”. He describes how linear economy is consuming irreversibly our planet resources. Describing his personal story of engaging in a circular economy system he gives us hope for a change and an example to follow for how to build a safer and healthier future. In his role as Circle Economy’s CEO, Harald brings extensive international experience running both for-profit and non-profit businesses with a focus on scaling impact. Before joining Circle Economy in 2017, Harald spent 5 years in Myanmar, during which he co-founded Impact Hub Myanmar, headed the market development for the world market leader of electromechanical hydropower projects in the country and co-founded Myanmar’s first pre-incubation programme for social enterprises. Prior to moving to Myanmar, he lived in New York where he worked as the Head of Office for the Assistant Secretary General and acted as the spokesperson for the Deputy Prime Minister of Finance in Austria. He has also spent time as a journalist and TV presenter for economic focused news. Harald enjoys connecting with people who are striving to make the world a better place for future generations. In his spare time, he loves exploring the great outdoors with his wife and kids This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 5574 TEDx Talks
LSE Events | Pessimism and the State of the World
 
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Why are people in some of the richest countries in the world so miserable when so much of the economic and social data show massive material progress? Where did all that anger and anxiety come from that is manifested in populism, terrorism, and worsening well-being and mental health? Are we, despite the massive gains in material progress in recent decades, living in an age of insecurity? Minouche Shafik is Director of the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to this she was Deputy Governor of the Bank of England. Andrés Velasco (@AndresVelasco) is the inaugural Dean of the new School of Public Policy. He was the Minister of Finance in Chile between 2006 and 2010 and held professorial roles at the Harvard Kennedy School and Columbia University´s School of International and Public Affairs. He has advised governments around the world and formulated policy at the highest levels. Peter Trubowitz (@ptrubowitz) is Department Head of International Relations and Director of the US Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science and Associate Fellow at Chatham House, Royal Institute of International Affairs. Twitter hashtags for this event: #LSEFestival #NewWorldDisorders This event is part of the LSE Festival: New World (Dis)Orders running from Monday 25 February to Saturday 2 March 2019, with a series of events exploring how social science can tackle global problems.
Press Conference: World Economic Outlook - An Update
 
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will release its World Economic Outlook Update. Speakers: - Maury Obstfeld, Economic Counsellor and Director of Research Department, IMF. - Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti, Deputy Director, Research Department, IMF. Moderator: - Gerry Rice, Director, Communications Department. Opening Remarks by: - Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Washington DC; Member of the Board of Trustees, World Economic Forum. http://www.weforum.org/
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Davos 2019: Historian Rutger Bregman berates billionaires at World Economic Forum over tax avoidance
 
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A discussion panel at the Davos World Economic Forum has become a sensation after a Dutch historian took billionaires to task for not paying taxes. Rutger Bregman, author of the book Utopia for Realists, bemoans the failure of attendees at the recent gathering in Switzerland to address the key issue in the battle for greater equality: the failure of rich people to pay their fair share of taxes. Noting that 1,500 people had travelled to Davos by private jet to hear David Attenborough talk about climate change, he said he was bewildered that no one was talking about raising taxes on the rich. “I hear people talking the language of participation, justice, equality and transparency but almost no one raises the real issue of tax avoidance, right? And of the rich just not paying their fair share,” Bregman tells the Time magazine panel on inequality. “It feels like I’m at a firefighters conference and no one’s allowed to speak about water.” Industry had to “stop talking about philanthropy and start talking about taxes”, he said, and cited the high tax regime of 1950s America as an example to disprove arguments by businesspeople at Davos such as Michael Dell that economies with high personal taxation could not succeed. “That’s it,” he says. “Taxes, taxes, taxes. All the rest is bullshit in my opinion.” A member of the audience, former Yahoo chief financial officer Ken Goldman, challenged his comments and said it was a “one-sided panel”. He argued the fiscal settings across the global economy had been successful and had created record employment. But another panel member, Winnie Byanyima, an Oxfam executive director, took up the fight and said high employment was not a good thing in itself because many people found themselves in exploitative work. She cited the example of poultry workers in the US who had to wear nappies (diapers) because they were not allowed toilet breaks. “That’s not a dignified job,” she said. “those are the jobs we’ve been told about, that globalisation is bringing jobs. The quality of the jobs matter. In many countries workers no longer have a voice. Addressing Goldman, she said: “You’re counting the wrong things. You’re not counting dignity of people. You’re counting exploited people.” Billions of dollars were leaked by tax avoidance every year which should instead be going to alleviate poverty in the developing world, she added. #Davos #WorldEconomicForum #RutgerBregman
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Davos 2019 - Strategic Outlook on the Digital Economy
 
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The number of connected devices globally has soared to over 17 billion, and is projected to double by 2025. What technological, social and political shifts will shape the future of the digital economy? On the Forum Agenda: - Growth rate and scale of artificial intelligence applications - Coalition building to invest in 5G infrastructure - Public policy changes on data and artificial intelligence The System Initiative for this session is Shaping the Future of Digital Economy and Society. Speakers: · Eileen Donahoe, Executive Director, Global Digital Policy Incubator, USA. · Ken Hu, Deputy Chairman and Rotating Chairman, Huawei Technologies, People's Republic of China. · Alfred F. Kelly Jr, Chief Executive Officer, Visa, USA. · Abidali Neemuchwala, Chief Executive Officer, Wipro, India. · Rajeev Suri, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nokia Corporation, Finland. Introduced by: · Derek O'Halloran, Head of Digital Economy and Society System Initiative; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum. Moderated by: · Victoria A. Espinel, President and Chief Executive Officer, BSA - The Software Alliance, USA. http://www.weforum.org/
IMF Deputy Director Markus Rodlauer - China Economy Presentation
 
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Markus Rodlauer, deputy director of the International Monetary Fund's Asia and Pacific Department, addressed China's economic outlook in April as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series at Shenandoah University's Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business. China, is redirecting and expanding the footprint of the world's largest economy. If the redirection succeeds, everyone will benefit, and if it doesn't we're all in trouble, said Rodlauer, who also offered up his ideas on how China and the rest of the world can work together ways beneficial to international economies.
The Banking Union: What’s in it for Sweden?
 
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A breakfast seminar with John Berrigan, Deputy Director General of the Commission’s financial services division and Karolina Ekholm, State Secretary at the Ministry of Finance. Participants John Berrigan, Deputy Director General at the European Commission. Director for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union. Karolina Ekholm, State Secretary at the Ministry of Finance, responsible for economic analysis and international cooperation on economic policy. The meeting is moderated by Pehr Wissén, Senior Adviser at Swedish House of Finance, Stockholm School of Economics.
Views: 153 SNSkunskap
Europe - On Achieving an Appropriate Economic Policy Stance
 
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October 4, 2016 Speakers: Benjamin Friedman William Joseph Maier Professor of Political Economy, Harvard university Servaas Deroose Deputy Director-General, Directorate-General Economics and Financial Affairs (ECFIN), European Commission Thomas Wieser President, Euro Working Group and Economic and Financial Committee, Council of the European Union Discussant: Dante Roscini Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Businees School; Seminar Chair Chair: Hans-Helmut Kotz Visiting Professor of Economics, Harvard University; Professor of Economics. Freiburg University , Seminar
LSE Events | The Environment And The Economy: fostering clean growth in the 21st century
 
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Recorded on 11 October 2017 Catherine McKenna, Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change will speak to Canada’s climate actions and the importance of clean growth, and why the Paris Agreement is crucial to international success in fighting climate change. Catherine McKenna (@ec_minister) is Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change, a position she has held since November 2015. Catherine practiced competition and international trade law in Canada and Indonesia and was senior negotiator with the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in East Timor. She also served as senior advisor on the former Chief Justice Antonio Lamer’s review of Canada’s military justice system. Catherine co-founded Canadian Lawyers Abroad, a charitable organization that works in developing countries and with Indigenous communities in Canada. She served as Executive Director of the Banff Forum, a public policy organization for young leaders. Catherine taught at the Munk School of Global Affairs. Catherine has degrees from McGill University and the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the New York Bar. Sam Fankhauser is Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Deputy Director of the ESRC Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy. The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment(@GRI_LSE ) was established by the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2008 to create a world-leading centre for policy-relevant research and training on climate change and the environment, bringing together international expertise on economics, finance, geography, the environment, international development and political economy.
The Tide Is Turning: International Trade in 2018
 
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With established agreements being reworked, how should stakeholders navigate an uncertain trade landscape? This session was developed in partnership with El Pais. This session is associated with the System Initiative on Shaping the Future of International Trade and Investment and the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. · Gilberto Caldart, President, Latin America and Caribbean (LAC), Mastercard, USA · Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Secretary of the Economy of Mexico · Ricardo Meléndez-Ortiz, Chief Executive, International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD), Switzerland · Brian Newman, Executive Vice-President, Finance and Operations, Latin America, PepsiCo, USA · Fernando Zavala, President, Consejo Privado de Competitividad, Peru; Young Global Leader Moderated by · David Alandete, Managing Editor and Deputy Director, El País, Spain http://www.weforum.org/
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China: Economic Growth and Opening Up
 
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Zhu Min, former deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, discusses "China: Economic Growth and Opening Up" at an event organized by the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) and China's Caixin Global on April 10, 2019. Also joining the discussion are C. Fred Bergsten, PIIE director emeritus and founding director, sharing his analysis on the status of China's economic reforms and offering his projections for their future trajectory; and Martin Chorzempa, PIIE research fellow, examining the Chinese model of developing fintech and whether the United States and other countries should try to follow it. For more information, visit: https://piie.com/events/china-economic-growth-and-opening
Dr Ndlozi Ask Deputy Minister Of Finance A Difficult question
 
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Parliament. Questions for oral reply. Deputy minister of Finance battles to answer question from EFF MP Dr Ndlozi. MY AFRICA welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward. However, we will NOT condone the following: - Racism (including offensive comments based on ethnicity and nationality) - Sexism - Homophobia - Religious intolerance - Cyber bullying - Hate speech - Derogatory language - Comments inciting violence. We strive to make the YouTube (MY AFRICA) community a safe and welcoming space for all.
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Ghana: Managing Financial Risks
 
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SECO-supported IMF technical assistance has helped Bank of Ghana improve the effectiveness of financial system oversight and build the capacity to identify and analyze risks to boost financial stability. Speakers: Kewsi Amissah-Arthur,Vice President of the Republic of Ghana; Millison Narh, First Deputy Governor, The Bank of Ghana; Brigitte Cuendet, Director of Economic Cooperation, SECO, Ghana; Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Co-founder and CEO of UT Bank; Kojo Addae-Mensah, Chief Operating Officer, Ghana Commercial Bank Limited; Asafoa Nye Ogbedie, Queen Mother of Mallama Atta Market; Seth Terkper, Minister of Finance, Republic of Ghana
Views: 4022 IMF
Marco Buti - Inclusive Multilateralism as a Response to Economic Nationalism?
 
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Marco Buti has been Director-General for Economic and Financial Affairs at the European Commission since December 2008, after a 6-month period as acting Director-General. After studies at the Universities of Florence and Oxford, Mr Buti joined the European Commission in 1987. He held various posts as an economist in DG ECFIN and the Commissioner's cabinet (private office) before taking up a post as an economic adviser to the Commission President in 2002-03. In 2003 he returned to DG ECFIN as Director for the Directorate for economies of the Member States, and in September 2006 was appointed Deputy Director-General. Mr Buti has been a visiting professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, the University of Florence and the European University Institute, and has published extensively on Economic and Monetary Union, macroeconomic policies, welfare state reforms, and European unemployment. Listen to Mark's one on one discussion with Marco Buti: https://soundcloud.com/rhodescenter/marco-buti-inclusive-multilateralism-as-a-response-to-economic-nationalism
Interview with Marco Buti, DG for Economic and Financial Affairs, EU Commission
 
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Marco Buti, Director General for Economic and Financial Affairs at the European Commission, analyzes the economic situation within the Eurozone in 2018, including the perspectives for economic growth and the current external surplus of the Euro area. He also discusses the EU Commission's proposal to tax the digital economy and the EU’s response to the crisis of multilateralism. This interview was recorded on October 29, 2018, before a public event sponsored by the European Institute and the Center on Global Economic Governance at Columbia University. The event and the interview were made possible thanks to the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Views: 75 European Institute
We’ve turned the economy around – Finance Minister
 
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The Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta has stated that the Akufo-Addo led government has turned around the economy in the last 10 months.
Views: 4580 GhanaWeb TV
Mahathir vs The IMF: The 1997 Asian Financial Crisis | Insight | CNA Insider
 
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20 years since the Asian Financial Crisis, a look back at how Malaysia's then-Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad defied the International Monetary Fund, and his subsequent clash with his deputy Anwar Ibrahim. Has Malaysia come out of the crisis for better or for worse in the long run, as a result of his rejection of the IMF's measures? The full Insight episode: https://cna.asia/2uVoe5t
Views: 52574 CNA Insider
IMF predict fast economic growth in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa
 
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Ghana has lost its mantle as the African economy likely to grow fastest this year to Ethiopia, which has held the position for most of the past decade. That is according to the International Monetary Fund. CGTN's Girum Chala reports that Ethiopia's fast growth is largely being displayed in its capital, Addis Ababa with many people rising from extreme poverty. But will Ethiopia sustain its impressive growth in the coming years? Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
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Economic leadership in times of crisis - G Edward DeSeve at ANU, March 2011
 
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Edward DeSeve gives this lecture entitled 'Economic leadership in times of crisis: Implementing the US stimulus program' at The Australian National University on 2 March 2011. Presented by the HC Coombs Policy Forum, ANU and Carnegie Mellon University. As Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, Mr DeSeve oversaw the successful implementation of the $787 Billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, to drive the US economy out of the Global Financial Crisis. His career has included work in finance, academia and government. Mr DeSeve was the founder and president of Public Financial Management - the nation's largest independent financial advisor to governments. He served as a tenured professor of public management and finance at the University of Maryland where he is currently a professor emeritus. His other government service at the federal level included being Controller and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as well as the Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He was the Director of Finance for the City of Philadelphia and served as a Special Assistant to the Governor at the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. At each level of government, Mr DeSeve oversaw complex fiscal affairs. He was instrumental in balancing Philadelphia's budget during two fiscal crises. At OMB, he helped balance the federal budget for the first time in more than a generation. Mr DeSeve also oversaw the fiscal reforms of the District of Columbia that led to its return to investment grade ratings with strong budget and cash surpluses. He is the author of numerous publications including The Presidential Appointees' Handbook(Brookings 2009). At the National Academy of Public Administration he served as Vice Chair and co-authored its first Fiscal Future Report, warning of the coming federal deficits. He was awarded the Kenneth Howard award for career public service in financial management by the American Society of Public Administration. He is a graduate of Cornell University's School of Labor Relations and has a Master's in Public Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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VICE Special Report: A House Divided
 
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'VICE Special Report: A House Divided' is nominated in the 2017 Primetime Emmy Awards for "Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special." See below for links to watch more of this year's nominees from VICE. With exclusive access to the President, his inner circle and key opponents, VICE founder Shane Smith examines the rise of the Tea Party, the faltering of key deals, and how growing extremism has left America more divided than ever. Watch more 2017 Primetime Emmy Nominees from VICE: 'GAYCATION' with Ellen Page and Ian Daniel is nominated for "Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program" - http://bit.ly/2cGHOvl 'VICELAND At The Women’s March' is nominated for "Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction or Reality Series" - http://bit.ly/2wJ1Vyp VICE’s "Assad’s Syria and Cost of Climate Change" is nominated for "Outstanding Picture Editing for A Nonfiction Program" - http://bit.ly/2w7CFnG  Click here to subscribe to VICE: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our Tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com Follow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vice Check out our Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/vicemag Download VICE on iOS: http://apple.co/28Vgmqz Download VICE on Android: http://bit.ly/28S8Et0
Views: 1409223 VICE
What’s the Story? A New Perspective on the Value of Economic Forecasts
 
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Steven A. Sharpe, Deputy Associate Director, Federal Reserve Board presents "What’s the Story? A New Perspective on the Value of Economic Forecasts" at Columbia Business School’s Program for Financial Studies 3rd Annual News & Finance Conference, March 8, 2018
Is the High Tide of Populism Over? The European Experience
 
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Skip ahead to main speaker at 2:18 With Marco Buti, moderated by Mark Blyth. Marco Buti has been Director-General for Economic and Financial Affairs at the European Commission since December 2008, after a 6-month period as acting Director-General. After studies at the Universities of Florence and Oxford, Mr. Buti joined the European Commission in 1987. He held various posts as an economist in DG ECFIN and the Commissioner's cabinet (private office) before taking up a post as an economic adviser to the Commission President in 2002-03. In 2003 he returned to DG ECFIN as Director for the Directorate for economies of the Member States, and in September 2006 was appointed Deputy Director-General. Mr. Buti has been a visiting professor at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, the University of Florence and the European University Institute, and has published extensively on Economic and Monetary Union, macroeconomic policies, welfare state reforms, and European unemployment. The discussion with Marco Buti will be moderated by Mark Blyth, Eastman Professor of Political Economy and Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs.
Venezuela in Crisis: As U.S. Pushes Regime Change, Fear Grows of Civil War & Famine
 
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https://democracynow.org - President Trump called for regime change in Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua on Monday, in a major speech urging the Venezuelan military to abandon its support for President Nicolás Maduro and to support self-proclaimed Venezuelan president Juan Guaidó. During the speech, Trump said the U.S. seeks a peaceful transition of power in Venezuela, but that all options remain on the table. This comes as a new book out by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe reveals Trump privately discussed going to war with Venezuela in 2017. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro responded to Trump’s speech in Miami by accusing him of engaging in Nazi-like discourse. We speak with Venezuelan economist Francisco Rodríguez, who headed the Venezuelan National Assembly’s Economic and Financial Advisory Office under Hugo Chávez. We also speak with Vijay Prashad, director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research and chief editor of LeftWord Books. He is the author of several books, including “The Poorer Nations: A Possible History of the Global South.” Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Friday. Watch our livestream 8-9AM ET: https://democracynow.org Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today: https://democracynow.org/donate FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: https://twitter.com/democracynow YouTube: http://youtube.com/democracynow SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/democracynow Daily Email: https://democracynow.org/subscribe Google+: https://plus.google.com/+DemocracyNow Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracynow Tumblr: http://democracynow.tumblr.com Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/democracynow iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/democracy-now!-audio/id73802554 TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/Democracy-Now-p90/ Stitcher Radio: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/democracy-now
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Keynote: Ali Babacan, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs, Republic of Turkey
 
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Ali Babacan, Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs, Republic of Turkey
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U.S. Tax Reform: Where Are We Now?
 
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As a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code goes into effect, experts with different points of view discuss its implications and ways of redesigning our current system to benefit all. Panelists include Paul Krugman, Nobel laureate, New York Times columnist, and distinguished professor of economics at The Graduate Center; Lily Batchelder, NYU law professor and former deputy director of President Obama’s National Economic Council; Leonard Burman, co-founder of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center and professor at Syracuse University; Laurence Kotlikoff, professor at Boston University and co-author of Get What’s Yours, on social security benefits; and Kathleen Hays, global economics and policy editor at Bloomberg (moderator). Introduced by Janet Gornick, GC professor of political science and sociology and director of the Stone Center. Presented on February 28, 2018, by GC Public Programs and the Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality. For more information about our events, visit: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/publicprograms
Arab-U.S. Business, Finance, & Human Resource Development - 2014 Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference
 
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"Arab-U.S. Business, Finance, & Human Resource Development" 23rd Annual Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference - "Framing and Charting the Region’s Issues, Interests, Challenges, and Opportunities: Implications for Arab and U.S. Policies" Organized by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations October 29, 2014 Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center Washington, DC Chair: Mr. John Pratt - Member, Board of Directors, and Distinguished International Affairs Fellow, National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations. Speakers: Ambassador (Ret.) Patrick Theros - Executive Director, U.S.-Qatar Business Council; former U.S. Ambassador to Qatar. Ms. Nahlah A. Al-Jubeir - Senior International Affairs Fellow, National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations; Director, Center for Career Development, Saudi Arabian Cultural Mission; former Deputy Director for Financial and Administrative Affairs, Saudi Health Mission in Washington, DC. Mr. Nathan Regan - Country Manager for the United States, Bahrain Economic Development Board, Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Mr. Steve Lutes - Senior Director of Middle East Affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; former Senior Legislative Affairs Specialist, Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. Dr. J. W. Wright - Senior Director, Economic Growth Division, Creative Associates International; former Managing Director for the International Programs, American Institutes for Research. Mr. Titus Johnson - Vice President Commercial Americas, Qatar Airways; former Vice President Sales and Marketing the Americas, Air Berlin.
Economic Progress and Financial Reform in China
 
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It is now widely realized that China's sustainable economic growth rate is slowing and its unprecedentedly high investment ratio is unsustainable. It is less well recognized that its investment ratio implies a growth rate in the capital stock (perhaps 12% or more) that is hugely higher than the current speed limit on Chinese economic growth (perhaps 7% or less). To adjust the former down to the latter obviously risks a powerful accelerator multiplier contraction. So the issue at hand is whether China will bite the bullet now and take the pain or defer doing so to a later date. As it is a command economy and its overall debt to GDP ratio is still well below levels that have proved to be ceilings in other economies, it could well defer. But if the country moves too quickly toward Western style financial liberalization, this might well complicate the re-balancing process. It has becoming increasingly clear that debt growth has been so great in recent years the Chinese authorities will now try restraint/reform/re-balancing. Because the Chinese growth disequilibrium is now so wide, and the debt dependence of its fixed investment so great, these policies may well inflict too much pain on too many vested interests. In time a "stop" phase of a "stop go" policy will once again give way to a go phase led by debt dependent state-sponsored investment. But we will first get that "stop" phase involving restraint/reform/rebalancing. This panel examines a range of views on what everyone regards as a critical issue for the global economy. Speakers: • He Fan, Deputy Director, Institute of World Economics & Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences • Wang Hui, Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Tsinghua University • Jehoon Park, Professor, School of Northeast Asian Studies, University of Incheon • Hongying Wang, Senior Fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation • David Wu, Beijing Senior Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers Moderated by Chrystia Freeland, Member of Parliament, Toronto Centre
2)Thank of Chair and Deputy of Economic and financial Committee in GA
 
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2)Thank of Chair and Deputy of Economic and financial Committee in GA in 6th day EGMUN 2009
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Dr. Peter Orszag - "The New U.S. Political Economy"
 
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The New U.S. Political Economy Room 028, Silsby Hall 4:00 PM Dr. Peter Orszag Vice Chairman of Global Banking, Citigroup, Inc. Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations Contributing Columnist, Bloomberg View Former Director, Office of Management and Budget, Obama Administration Peter R. Orszag is Vice Chairman of Global Banking at Citigroup, Inc., and a member of the Senior Strategic Advisory Group there. He is also a Contributing Columnist at Bloomberg View and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to joining Citigroup in January 2011, he served as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and a Contributing Columnist at The New York Times. Dr. Orszag previously served as the Director of the Office of Management and Budget in the Obama Administration from January 2009 until July 2010. In that Cabinet-level role, he oversaw the Administration's budget policy, coordinated the implementation of major policy initiatives throughout the federal government, and reviewed federal regulatory action, among other responsibilities. From January 2007 to December 2008, Dr. Orszag was the Director of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), supervising the agency's work in providing objective, nonpartisan, and timely analyses of economic and budgetary issues. Under his leadership, the agency significantly expanded its focus on areas such as health care and climate change. Prior to CBO, Dr. Orszag was the Joseph A. Pechman Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution, where he also served as Director of The Hamilton Project, Director of the Retirement Security Project, and Co-Director of the Tax Policy Center. During the Clinton Administration, he was a Special Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and, before that, a staff economist and then Senior Advisor and Senior Economist at the President's Council of Economic Advisers. Orszag has also founded and subsequently sold an economics consulting firm.
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Where Are We Heading? Visions and Projections for the Future of the SDGs
 
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2018 ECOSOC High-level Policy Dialogue Thursday, 19 July, 10:00 am United Nations Headquarters, ECOSOC Chamber 10:30 am Policy Dialogues Moderator: Mr. Michael Shank, Communications Director, Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance and Urban Sustainability Directors Network Policy Dialogue 1 Trends in the global economy and international trade and finance Mr. Liu Zhenmin, Under Secretary-General, DESA Mr. Mukhisa Kituyi, Secretary-General, UNCTAD Ms. Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary, ECLAC, and current Coordinator, United Nations Regional Commissions Mr. Masamichi Kono, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD Mr. Bjorn Gillsater, Special Representative of the World Bank Group to the UN Mr. David Robinson, Deputy Director, African Department, IMF Mr. Robert Teh, Chief of Section, Economic Research and Statistics, WTO 11:20-11:45 am Open dialogue 11:50 am Policy Dialogue 2 Projections and visions on the advancement of sustainable development Projections and visions on sustainable development: Mr. Moussa Oumarou, Deputy Director-General for Field Operations and Partnerships, International Labour Organization Mr. Juha Siikamaki, Chief Economist, International Union for Conservation of Nature Foresight and alternative futures in sustainable development strategies: Ms. Catarina Tully, Co-Founder, School of International Futures 12:30-1:00 pm Open dialogue To watch the entire panel presentation, click here: http://webtv.un.org/meetings-events/economic-and-social-council/watch/48th-meeting-part-a-ecosoc-high-level-segment-2018/5811359845001/?term=
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LSE Events | Sebastian Mallaby | The Man Who Knew: the life and times of Alan Greenspan
 
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Date: Monday 7 November 2016 Time: 6.30-8pm Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building Speaker: Sebastian Mallaby Chair: Professor Charles Goodhart No post-war figure has loomed over global finance as imposingly as Alan Greenspan, America’s Fed chairman from the booming 1980s until the eve of the 2008 financial crash. And no figure has been more paradoxical: a man who preached the virtue of the gold standard, yet came to embody paper money; a man who posed as a dry technocrat, yet was political to his core. From his debut as an acolyte of the cultish libertarian novelist, Ayn Rand, through his controversial relationship with Richard Nixon and successive presidents, Greenspan was the ultimate Washington wise man, the quiet God in the machine. But when global finance melted down, Greenspan’s reputation melted with it. Drawing on five years of untrammelled access to Greenspan, his papers, and his professional and personal intimates, Sebastian Mallaby has written the definitive study of the preeminent financial statesman of the post-war era. Reckoning both with Greenspan’s monetary decisions and with his approach to financial regulation, Mallaby grapples with the central mystery that Greenspan’s life presents to us. Why did a man so universally celebrated forge a financial system that proved so fatally unstable? And how will his successors protect us from a future crash? Sebastian Mallaby (@scmallaby) is Paul A. Volcker senior fellow for international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and Visiting Senior Fellow at the LSE. He is the author of a newly published biography of Alan Greenspan The Man Who Knew: the life and times of Alan Greenspan. Charles Goodhart is Emeritus Professor of Banking and Finance with the Financial Markets Group at the London School of Economics, having previously, 1987-2005, been its Deputy Director. Until his retirement in 2002, he had been the Norman Sosnow Professor of Banking and Finance at LSE since 1985. The Systemic Risk Centre (@LSE_SRC) was set up to study the risks that may trigger the next financial crisis and to develop tools to help policymakers and financial institutions become better prepared.
Davos 2017 - The Global Fintech Revolution
 
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http://www.weforum.org/ With Asia attracting half of global fintech investment, what trends are driving this global next-generation financial system? - David Craig, President, Financial and Risk, Thomson Reuters, United Kingdom - Francisco González, Group Executive Chairman, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), Spain - Eric Jing, Chief Executive Officer, Ant Financial Services Group, People's Republic of China - Dan Schulman, Chief Executive Officer, PayPal, USA - Cecilia Skingsley, Deputy Governor, Swedish Central Bank (Sveriges Riksbank), Sweden Moderated by - Henry Blodget, Chief Executive Officer and Editor-in-Chief, Business Insider, USA
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Deputy Secretary Nides Hosts the U.S.-Pakistan Economic and Finance Working Group
 
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Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources Thomas Nides hosts the U.S.-Pakistan Economic and Finance Working Group in Washington, D.C. on November 30, 2012.
Global Economic Trends: The Credit Crunch
 
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George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management LLC; Author, The New Paradigm for Financial Markets: The Credit Crash of 2008 and What It Means Presider: Sebastian Mallaby, Deputy Director of Studies, Director of the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies, and Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations (May 7, 2008 at the Council on Foreign Relations)
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Davos 2019 - Business Leadership in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
 
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The opportunities of the Fourth Industrial Revolution are coinciding with a growing roster of societal concerns that include data privacy, environmental degradation, market concentration and endemic corruption. How can business leaders best serve the interests of all of their stakeholders while navigating a rapidly changing technological and political landscape? This session was developed in partnership with the Financial Times. Speakers: - Bill McDermott, Chief Executive Officer, SAP, Germany. - Hiroaki Nakanishi, Executive Chairman, Hitachi, Japan. - Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, IBM Corporation, USA. - David Taylor, Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, Procter & Gamble, USA. Moderated by: - Roula Khalaf, Deputy Editor, Financial Times, United Kingdom. http://www.weforum.org/
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Hank Paulson Opening Remarks at New Economy Forum
 
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Nov.06 -- Hank Paulson, chairman of the Paulson Institute and former U.S. Treasury Secretary, delivers the opening remarks as chair of the event at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore on Nov. 7, 2018
ECA launches 2019 economic report on Africa
 
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The 52nd Session of the Economic Commission of Africa’s Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning & Economic Development was held in Marrakech, Morocco from 22nd until the 24th of March. This year’s theme focused on effective fiscal policy, trade and the private sector in the digital era. In this Special, CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters looks at the launch of the 2019 edition of the economic report on Africa, as well as a press conference about clean governance to boost economies. https://www.cnbcafrica.com/
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China Reality Check: Has the Hard Landing in China Already Started?
 
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China’s economic growth rate fell to 7.4% in 2014, and many believe the official figure is actually more generous than the reality. Most forecasts expect growth to come in well under 7.0% in 2015. What are we to make of these trends? Are we at the beginning of a hard landing where the long history of structural inefficiencies are finally and inescapably being revealed and the possibilities of a financial crisis more ever looming? Or are we in a gradual shift toward a “new normal” of healthier and still relatively robust growth as a result of foresighted policy adjustments? Or is something else going on altogether? Anne Stevenson-Yang, co-founder of J Capital Research, is a veteran analyst of the China’s economy and economic policy process. She travels widely in China in order to compare official data with actual behavior and performance. Bob Davis of the Wall Street Journal is a leading expert on macroeconomic policy and recently completed an extended posting in Beijing, where he wrote regularly about China’s economy. Featuring: Anne Stevenson-Yang Co-founder and Research Director, J Capital Research with Commentary from: Bob Davis Washington Correspondent, Wall Street Journal and Scott Kennedy Deputy Director, Freeman Chair in China Studies, and Director, Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy, CSIS Moderated by: Christopher K. Johnson Freeman Chair in China Studies, CSIS Programs Economics, Freeman Chair in China Studies, Project on Chinese Business and Political Economy Topics Trade and Economics Regions Asia, China

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