ECON+ Interview With Otaviano Canuto – China’s Grand Strategy In A Changing World

It is with great pleasure that ECON+ brings you another conversation with Otaviano Canuto, Executive Director at the World Bank, to continue this series of interviews on the global economy. This time, we delve into one of the world’s earliest civilizations and the … Continue reading ECON+ Interview With Otaviano Canuto – China’s Grand Strategy In A Changing World

ECON+ Podcast Episode Seven: What Does 2017 Look Like For Emerging Markets?

In this ECON+ podcast, we focus the debate on the economic health of emerging economies in the current global economic, financial and political climate. We explore in detail the domestic situation and outlook of Brazil, Russia and China, and what is the … Continue reading ECON+ Podcast Episode Seven: What Does 2017 Look Like For Emerging Markets?

Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 5: The standards of global economic governance should not be lowered or undermined

By Pedro Sousa * The fifth in a series of five articles The standards of global economic governance should not be lowered or undermined The economic order that was established after two World Wars has since faced numerous challenges of varying complexity. … Continue reading Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 5: The standards of global economic governance should not be lowered or undermined

Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 4: The IMF, China, and the current financial architecture

By Pedro Sousa * The fourth in a series of five articles The IMF, China, and the current financial architecture  The global financial crisis shook up the international financial architecture, catching many institutions off guard. G20 leaders agreed on coordinated expansionary policies … Continue reading Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 4: The IMF, China, and the current financial architecture

Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 3: Anemic global economy, inequality, and the call for collective action

By Pedro Sousa * The third in a series of five articles Anemic global economy, inequality, and the call for collective action  The most significant issues that international macroeconomic policy coordination must solve are the global economic slowdown and rising inequality. … Continue reading Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 3: Anemic global economy, inequality, and the call for collective action

Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 2: Multilateralism and the recent rise of regionalism

By Pedro Sousa * The second in a series of five articles Multilateralism and the recent rise of regionalism The growing regional focus is what we have heard about in the news in recent years. In 2015, we saw a major move … Continue reading Global Macroeconomic And Financial Coordination System Needs To Act Collectively – Part 2: Multilateralism and the recent rise of regionalism