globalisation

10 Dec 18, 1:34pm
PwC's Geoff Cooper says China has grabbed the attention of late and is a risk, but the Eurozone might be a larger threat to global financial stability
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5 Dec 18, 12:20pm
Mauldin Economics' Patrick Watson argues globalization is slowly reversing meaning politicians should try to minimize the pain instead of adding to it
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14 Nov 18, 2:45pm
Klaus Schwab says the forces of the new economy have brought a new form of globalisation, needing new forms of governance to safeguard the public good
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14 Nov 18, 11:06am
Patrick Watson suggests future historians will say the 2008–2009 crisis marked 'peak globalization' and we're now heading down the other side of the mountain
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28 Sep 18, 9:58am
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern tells the United Nations General Assembly countries must work together to tackle ‘wicked problems’
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3 Jul 18, 10:16am
Koichi Hamada defends economic openness, while calling for concerted action to address what is fueling opposition to it
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7 Jun 18, 4:59pm
The current trade spat is about more than economics. Minxin Pei says while China might avoid a trade war in the short term, the longer term will bring escalating tension, possibly even a full-blown cold war
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9 May 18, 8:34am
P.H. Yu argues that the survival of the existing international order depends on the West's willingness to reform it
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4 May 18, 9:32am
Given free trade, migration & foreign direct investment promise far-reaching potential gains for all parties involved, Koichi Hamada asks will we allow ignorance & political opportunism to prevent us from realising them?
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18 Apr 18, 9:26am
Siah Hwee Ang says we are accustomed to a regime that centres around the US ‘leading the world’, but now China is actively seeking out and willing to take on some of these roles
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17 Apr 18, 9:21am
Arvind Subramanian finds it odd there is little protest against financial integration even as those who built multilateral trade rules are now undermining them
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8 Feb 18, 5:37pm
As 2018 progresses we are moving ever closer to the date when payment for today’s recovery will fall due. The recent market gyrations suggest awareness of the inevitable reckoning is already beginning to dawn
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4 Feb 18, 6:53am
ANZ Group's chief economist Richard Yetsenga argues technology's at least as big for the global economy as the epoch of China but the impacts are probably broader
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30 Jan 18, 9:03am
Davos man must change. But Larry Hatheway says that cannot mean rejecting the core commitment to the view that human ingenuity, fostered by open societies and rewarded by markets, remains the sturdiest foundation for the advancement of humankind
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27 Oct 17, 11:51am
Peter Dunne suggests our new government ought to study the lessons of the Third Labour Government to avoid its fate and becoming just another 'what if' footnote in history
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11 Aug 17, 10:02am
Motu on a new robot language, the impact of iGen, immigration and job creation, BS detectors for science and inoculating against misinformation, depressing facts on climate change, and an obligatory reference to Jacinda Ardern
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8 Aug 17, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang with everything you need to know about China's ambitious One Belt One Road Initiative
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17 Jul 17, 8:26am
Minxin Pei says the death of an imprisoned Chinese dissident and Nobel Peace Prize laureate shows just how desperately the Chinese Communist Party leadership will defend its political monopoly
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13 Jul 17, 11:19am
John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
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26 Jun 17, 7:03am
Jaime Caruana makes the case for globalisation, saying we should embrace it to make sure it continues to lift economic growth and living standards around the world for generations to come
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