AsiaGlobal Voices | November 19, 2020
In this webinar, Joachim Voth will talk about pitfalls and simple strategies for improving one's chances of attaining success in the publishing game.
Phoebe Ewen, The Mekong Club; Hannah Thinyane and Sophie Zinser, United Nations University Institute, Macau
In this Quantitative History Webinar, Fabio Braggion (Tilburg School of Economics and Management) will explore behavioural finance in historical perspective.
Focusing on nuclear technology and the market for cybersecurity products in United States and China, this AsiaGlobal Paper outlines the variables that shape government decisions to intervene via trade policy and investment rules in these markets.
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To some extent, Hong Kong's economy is affected by the US-China trade war. In this interview with Master Insight, Heiwai Tang, associate director of Asia Global Institute, says to reinvent its economy, Hong Kong will need to reindustrialise and undergo an economic transformation.
As Hong Kong remains enveloped in uncertainty, some see opportunities in refashioning its economic prospects and place in the world. Zhiwu Chen, director of the Asia Global Institute, comments on Hong Kong's economic future in The New York Times.
China has suspended the listing of Ant Group, which was set to become the world’s largest IPO. The ripple effects of the cancelled IPO are many — and mostly worrying. “The message is that no big private businessman will be tolerated on the mainland,” Zhiwu Chen, director of the Asia Global Institute, tells the Financial Times.
Ant Group's initial public offering was suspended in Hong Kong and Shanghai on Tuesday. Zhiwu Chen, director of the Asia Global Institute, tells Financial Times that while private groups such as Ant do not pose the same level of potential financial risk as China’s big banks, they need to be subject to a more systematic regulatory framework.
Asia Global Institute Advisory Board Co-Chair and Nobel Laureate Michael Spence and David W Brady show why Joe Biden is in a far better position - at least in opinion polls - than Hillary Clinton was in 2016.