Download: Audio - After-dinner conversation, Audio - Calhoun's Closing Remarks, Audio - Keynote Speech, Audio - Leveraging Asia's success, Audio - Pissarides' Closing Remarks, Audio - Plenary session 1, Audio - Plenary session 2, Audio - Plenary session 3, Audio - Plenary session 4, Audio - Welcome and introduction, Video - Calhoun's Closing Remarks, Video - Keynote Speech, Video - Pissarides' Closing Remarks, Video - Plenary session 1, Video - Plenary session 2, Video - Plenary session 3, Video - Plenary session 4, Video - Welcome and introduction
Speaker(s): Professor Craig Calhoun, Senator Dato' Sri Abdul Wahid Omar, Professor Arne Westad, Professor Tao Wenzhao, Dr Hassan Wirajuda, Professor Ricky Burdett, Datuk Syed Mohamed Ibrahim, Professor Mike Douglass, Professor Danny Quah, Azman Mokhtar…
Recorded on 3 April 2014 in Shangri-La Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
The LSE Asia Forum is an important and very public part of the School's strategy to enhance its long standing relationship with the rapidly developing Asian region. LSE has historically attracted many very talented students and staff from all major Asian countries. The School has a large and distinguished group of alumni in the region and has been active in building partnerships with business and governments for many years.
The LSE Asia Forum is a unique opportunity to bring together LSE's key partners in the region. The Forum provides an opportunity for analysis of different perspectives on the economic, social, political and cultural contributions Asia is making to global development.
The 6th Asia Forum entitled 'Building Asian futures: integration, welfare and growth?' took place on 2-3 April 2014 at the Shangri La Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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YouTube - Keynote speech
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YouTube - Plenary session 1: International and regional relations in Asia
YouTube - Plenary session 2: Cities and urbanisation
YouTube - Plenary session 3: ASEAN leadership in a leaderless world
YouTube - Plenary session 4: Finance - international monetary regimes
YouTube - Welcome and introduction
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