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Southeast Asia Centre

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Clement's Inn

WC2A 2AZ

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Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre event launch|

We are delighted to host Dato' Sri Nazir Razak, Chairman on CIMB Group, on 28th January for the public event launch of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre. This public lecture will examine the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015, from a business perspective. #LSESEAC

 
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Convergence Determines Governance - Within and Without|

Danny Quah present empirical evidence that suggests the emerging economies have resilience and growth momentum that is their own, and at the same time, explains why so many think the statistics show the world economy remains firmly driven by a Transatlantic engine. His article appeared in a Brookings volume published to coincide with the recent G20 meetings in Brisbane this past November.

 

 

AEC 2015: A Perspective from Business|

Wednesday 28th January 2015, 6.30 - 8.00pm, Old Theatre, Old Building

Speaker: Dato' Sri Nazir Razak; Chair: Danny Quah

This event will mark the official launch of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre.

Hong Kong: The Struggle at the End of History|

Tuesday 10th February 2015, 6.30 - 8.00pm, Old Theatre, Old Building

Speakers: Prof Conor Gearty and Prof Danny Quah

Rebellion and Foundation:  Southeast Asia, the UK, and 50 years of development|

Saturday 28th February, 3.00 - 4.30pm, Sheikh Zayed Theatre, NAB

Speakers: Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Nickson Fong, Yang-May Ooi

LSE Literary Festival 2015: Foundations

Debating Tomorrow's Issues Today - Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
On Thursday 8th January 2015, LSE SEAC Director Danny Quah will be taking part in the 'Regional Outlook Forum 2015 - Debating Tomorrow's Issues Today', organised by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore.

Chinese Lessons: Singapore’s Epic Regression to the Mean
How long-lasting can be the spectacular runs of economic growth the world has seen for China and other parts of Asia, including notably Southeast Asia? Danny Quah argued that the statistical evidence on "regression to the mean" is far from compelling and that, moreover, the most resonant examples of failed Asian economic growth, according to that mean-regression view, have actually been dramatically successful. Quah, Danny. 2014. “Chinese Lessons: Singapore’s Epic Regression to the Mean.” World Bank Future Development (November 10).

Asean community by 2015? Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid for The Star Online
"In reality Asean as an organisation is an inter-governmental association of states without surrender of sovereignty to any supranational authority. There is no harm to aspire to become a community. The point, however, is that to become a community it cannot remain a pure association without communitarian obligations." Writes Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid for the Star Online.

Director Danny Quah on BBC Radio 4
LSE Southeast Asia Director, Prof Danny Quah, appeared on BBC Radio 4, together with Cambridge author Ha-Joon Chang to discuss 'Teaching Economics After the Crash.'