Asian Perspectives Global Issues
Here you’ll find curated op-ed articles written by Fung Global Institute’s Leadership and Network of Experts that have either been disseminated through mass media and the text of speeches delivered.
Jul 25, 2016
Fellow Patrick Low comments on new data that shows countries around the world are turning inwards, hoisting trade barriers and protectionist practices.
Jul 22, 2016
Distinguished Fellow Andrew Sheng on how the world has moved from the age of risk to the age of uncertainty.
HKU Visiting Professor Jean Pierre Lehmann examines the options open to global trade in a post-TPP environment.
Academic Council Chairman Michael Spence calls for a major rethink of European governance structures and institutional arrangements, with the goal of restoring a sense of control and responsibility to the electorates.
Jul 12, 2016
Distinguished Fellow Andrew Sheng sets the scene for his latest book on China's non-bank financial institutions.
Jul 8, 2016
Fellow Patrick Low says maintaining a civil and constructive tone to the exit negotiations is essential, if difficult, amid an atmosphere of political recrimination.
Jun 29, 2016
China has lately been facing harsh criticism for the direction of its reforms of state-owned enterprises, particularly its strengthening of the role of Communist Party committees in SOE
Fellow Patrick Low expounds on a recent Swiss referendum on the introduction of a universal basic income.
Jun 28, 2016
HKU Visiting Professor Jean Pierre Lehmann discusses the forces that led to the outcome of the historic Brexit vote on June 23.
Distinguished Fellow Andrew Sheng writes on the uncertainties generated by globalization.
Jun 21, 2016
Fellow Patrick Low looks at the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit vote scheduled for June 23.
Fellow Patrick Low says there are few pros- and plenty of cons- for Britain to consider over Brexit.
Jun 20, 2016
Fellow Patrick Low says standard microeconomic approaches have failed to boost growth in GDP and productivity.
Distinguished Fellow Andrew Sheng proposes that wealth can transfer some state assets into the people’s hands, creating wealth in the process.
Jun 1, 2016
Distinguished Fellow Andrew Sheng considers policy options open to major economies, including China, to reduce debt.
Get connected via our Email List by filing in the fields below.