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Tedxlse Danny Quah Global Tensions From A Rising East

Will the East slow before it counts? Is the East only big enough to be culpable but not mature enough to be responsible? Danny Quah is Professor of Economics ...

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The west historically have been dominating the global economy. With the rise of China and Asia, how would the world change with the new center of economy ...

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Our world runs on rules of engagement drawn from past success. This holds for nations dealing with other nations, the same way it does for people engaging ...

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The LSE Big Questions lecture Speaker: Professor Danny Quah Recorded on 30 June 2011 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building. Your clothes ...

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Danny Quah is a leading economist on the issue of globalisation Until recently he was a professor at the London School of Economics, he has taken up a new ...

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Must China emulate the political and social order of the West in order to compete, or is it possible to deliver comparable social and economic benefits by a ...

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Speaker(s): Professor Iain Begg, Arnab Das, Dr Gerard Lyons, Rachel Ziemba Chair: Professor Danny Quah Recorded on 25 October 2012 in Old Theatre, Old ...

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World Finance interviews Dr. Danny Quah, Professor of Economics and International Development at the London School of Economics, about whether an aging ...

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Speaker(s): Professor Danny Quah Chair: Nick Byrne Recorded on 11 October 2011 in Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building. From 1981 to 2005 ...

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Editor's note: We apologise for the poor audio quality in some parts of this recording. Speaker(s): Professor Mick Cox, Professor Danny Quah Recorded on 11 ...

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Jehan Ratnatunga is an engineer, turned management consultant turned, social entrepreneur. Born and raised in Australia, he has a passion for tackling big ...

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Geopolitics might be in turmoil​ but why should that matter to the average Malaysian? The entire world used to run on rules of engagement drawn from past ...

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International relations expert Dr. Zhu Feng sheds light on the future of China, underlining that China will remain a “transformative power” in the next ten years.

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World Finance interviews Dr. Danny Quah, Professor of Economics and International Development at the London School of Economics, about how close both ...

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In the Q&A session, H.E. Mr Cyril Ramaphosa shares and answers his views and opinions on the questions asked by the floor. Click here for the dialogue ...

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Speakers: Professor Ian Goldin, Professor Danny Quah Chair: Dr Jean-Pierre Zigrand Recorded on 3 February 2015 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House.

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Humans love vegetables; so why aren't we eating them? Amy Cooper looks at how the techniques of junk food marketing have led us into a battle with obesity ...

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Genoeconomics: the promise and pitfalls of a new research frontier in economics. Dr Jan-Emmanuel De Neve outlines how and why social scientists have ...

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Is economic growth always a good thing? Why are people in countries like the US and UK not happier or working fewer hours when GDP has tripled since 1950 ...

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Event Info: http://www.ned.org/events/the-rise-of-the-worlds-poorest-countries/ For more than two decades now, the majority of the world's poorest countries have ...

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