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The Future of Asian Financial Markets in a Changing World|
Zhu Min will give a talk at LSE focussing on the future of the Asian financial market in a changing world.
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, based on his new book written with Jean Drèze, An Uncertain Glory, Amartya Sen will argue that the country's main problems lie elsewhere, particularly in the lack of attention that is paid to the essential needs of the people, especially the poor.
Revealing Indian Philanthropy|
Marking the launch of the new book Revealing Indian Philanthropy, this event discussed the imaginative culture of giving in India and explored the influences shaping its future.
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.
Chinese Tsunami or Urban Revolt? Malaysia After the 13th General Elections|
Professor James Chin (Monash University, Malaysia Campus) looked at the results of the recent elections in Malaysia in detail and discussed the future of ethnic politics in Malaysia. He concentrated on the electoral system and the role of ethnic political parties.
India: Macroeconomic Challenges, Some Reserve Bank Perspectives|
Dr Duvvuri Subbarao, Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, reflected on the macroeconomic challenges posed by the global financial crisis from the Reserve Bank perspective and illustrated the dilemmas encountered in making policy choices.
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Deleveraging and Growth: Is the developed world following Japan's long and winding road?|
Masaaki Shirakawa (Governor, Bank of Japan) reflected on the experience of Japan leading to and following the bursting of the Japanese bubble and discussed the similarities and differences between Japan in the 1990s and the current state of developed economies.
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Better Sino-US relations benefit worldDr Ehtisham Ahmad comments on the recent meeting between President Xi Jinping and President Barack Obama (China Daily USA 11 June 2013)
The Future of Asian Financial Markets in a Changing WorldTickets are now available for Zhu Min's talk at LSE #LSEIMF
Rural development schemes can also help in adapting to climate changeDr Ruth Kattumuri is quoted in an article in the Times of India to coincide with World Environment Day.
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An Uncertain Glory: The economic and social condition of modern India26th June 2013 Speaker: Professor Amartya Sen Chair: Professor Craig Calhoun #LSEIndia
The Future of Asian Financial Markets in a Changing World18th June 2013 Speaker: Mr Zhu Min Discussant: Professor Lord Nicholas Stern Chair: Professor Craig Calhoun #LSEIMF
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