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Why Abenomics Matters: Abenomics and the Japanese Economy|
In this lecture, Professor Motoshige Itoh, will explain the nature of Abenomics, discussing in particular the impact of aggressive monetary policy and the implications of its growth strategy.
Co-organised with STICERD| and Department of Economics|
India's Mars mission|
Dr Ruth Kattumuri discusses the launch of India's first spacecraft to Mars on BBC World News.
An Uncertain Glory: The economic and social condition of modern India|
Maintaining rapid as well as environmentally sustainable growth remains an important and achievable goal for India. In this lecture Amartya Sen argued that India's main problems lie elsewhere, particularly in the lack of attention that is paid to the essential needs of the people, especially the poor.
The Future of Asian Financial Markets in a Changing World|
Zhu Min's talk at LSE focussed on the future of the Asian financial market in a changing world.
Pakistani Election: Outcome & Implications for the Future|
Dr Ehtisham Ahmad and Professor Athar Hussain discussed the outcome of the Pakistani election and analysed its implications for dealing with the ills of the economy and the threat of terrorism that hangs over the country.
|An ongoing series of research and events focused on China
A centre to foster research and knowledge exchange related to India
|Facilitates social science research on Korea and the understanding of Korea in the context of Asia and the wider world
|Committed to independent, rigorous, and theoretically grounded social scientific research and discussion focused on Taiwan
Voices of the world: Where have China's dividends gone?There is no doubt that China's policy to deepen reform is correct, but one or two years is not enough given the tremendous amount of work needed, comments Professor Athar Hussain (Global Times 4 March 2014)
Sir Ratan Tata Fellowship 2014-15Now accepting applications: The LSE India Observatory/Asia Research Centre Sir Ratan Tata Fellowship supports scholars in the social sciences with experience of research on South Asia. They should hold a PhD.
Subir Chowdhury Fellowship 2014-15Now accepting applications: The LSE India Observatory/Asia Research Centre Subir Chowdhury Fellowship supports scholars in the social sciences with experience of research on India and/or Bangladesh. Applicants should hold a PhD.
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Why Abenomics Matters: Abenomics and the Japanese economy25th March 2014 Speaker: Professor Motoshige Itoh. Chair: Professor Oriana Bandiera. Co-organised with STICERD and Department of Economics
Economic Forum for India at LSE 201415th March 2014 Organised by LSESU Spice
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