Nottingham Centre for Research on
Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP)
   
   
  

The World Economy Asia Lectures

GEP is grateful to Wiley-Blackwell, proud publisher of The World Economy for sponsorship of this Lecture Series. 

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2017

16 February 2017

Innwon Park, Korea University "Best Practices for Regional Trade Agreements: An Application for the Asia-Pacific Region"

2016

18 February 2016

Norman Loayza, Lead Economist, Development Economics Group, The World Bank, "Informality and the Process of Economic Growth"

2015

12 February 2015

Professor Hans Genberg, South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre, "Implementing Macro-prudential Policies: Challenges, Pitfalls and Way Forward"

2014

20 February 2014

Professor Euston Quah, Professor of Economics, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 'Pursuing Economic Growth in Asia: The Environmental Challenge'

2013

21 February 2013

Professor Datuk Dr Mohamed Ariff, Professor of Economics and Governance at INCEIF (International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance ) - The Global University of Islamic Finance, and Distinguished Fellow of the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER), ‘Whither Islamic Banking?'

2012

16 February 2012

Professor Chris Milner, Professor of International Economics, GEP, University of Nottingham, 'Declining Protection in Developing Countries: Fact or Fiction'

2011

13 January 2011

Professor Wing Thye Woo, University of California, Davies, 'Understanding the Middle Income Trap in Economic Development'

2010

14 January 2010

Professor Masahiro Kawai, Asian Development Bank, 'Rebalancing Asia's Growth'

2009

14 January 2009

Professor Danny Quah, London School of Economics, 'Will Asia Save the World?'   

2008

17 January 2008

Kym Anderson, University of Adelaide and World Bank, 'Agricultural Policies and Economic Development'

 

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