Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen gave a webinar on the evolution of financial management and how to manage your wealth in the middle of a pandemic.
Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen was interviewed by the Shenzhen Satellite TV on the pandemic's impact on the economy and how the pandemic changes the US-China relationship.
Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato discusses in his Diamond Online column how the Chinese government has been handling the Covid-19 pandemic, and the difficulties Western liberal democracies such as the US, Europe and Japan have confronted.
George Lwanda, 2018 AsiaGlobal Fellow, argues that preliminary data based on the first 7 days of the national lockdown in South Africa suggests the country may be flattening its curve.
Ananth Krishnan, 2019 AsiaGlobal Fellow, provides a more complete picture of Chinese investment in India and to assess the implications of Chinese investment and acquisitions for India’s diplomacy, trade strategy, and security in his research paper in Brookings.
Social distancing should only be "the first step in a more comprehensive targeted strategy" in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, writes Asia Global Institute Advisory Board Co-Chair and economist Michael Spence in Project Syndicate.
Ananth Krishnan, 2019 AsiaGlobal Fellow, interviewed the Director of the Infectious Diseases Department at one of Wuhan's biggest hospitals on how the city battled COVID19.
Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen joins an expert panel on the impact of Covid-19 on the stock market.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rages on, Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen shares his views with Southern People Weekly on what he considers an "unprecedented" financial market downturn.
Layla McCay, 2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow, interviewed by BBC 5 Live and talked about the prospect of the new COVID-19 antibody test and what it means for the NHS.
With cities, regions and even countries going in`to lockdown to impede the spread of the coronavirus, physician and 2018 AsiaGlobal Fellow Amit Wanchoo, Founder Chairman of the H N Wanchoo Trust in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India, provides insight into how Kashmiris have endured multiple lockdowns over the past 30 years and offers practical advice on how to live through a crisis.
The Japanese are largely in support of postponing the Olympic Games, although many feel "regretful and helpless", says Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato in a Global Times article.
The Federal Reserve and other central banks have moved to cut interest rates to counter the sharp downturn in financial markets due to the global coronavirus crisis. But as Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen tells NetEase, these cuts will do little to prevent an economic slowdown.
In an interview with Phoenix TV, Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen discusses how the stock markets halted for unprecedented third time due to coronavirus scare. He also shares his insights on the global economic impacts of COVID-19.
How has the international community reacted towards China's proactive diplomacy amid the COVID-19 outbreak? Yoshikazu Kato of the Asia Global Institute gives his insights in his regular column on Diamond Online.
Could the coronavirus outbreak be the black swan that pushes the global economy into recession? Asia Global Institute Director Zhiwu Chen gives his analysis in Caixin podcast.
Gender inequality due to biases against women is indeed a global phenomenon. Women in Africa’s smallest country, The Gambia, continue to face barriers to equality, regardless of social status. George Lwanda, 2018 AsiaGlobal Fellow, reflects on why gender equality is men and women's business in The Gambia.
Asia Global Institute Director of Policy Research Heribert Dieter tells Deutschlandfunk that the reaction of financial markets to the coronavirus pandemic has been exaggerated, but with well-considered fiscal measures, governments could help counter the COVID-19 crisis.
Ira Paulo Pozon, 2018 AsiaGlobal Fellow, discusses the newly launched National Business One-Stop Shop as a means to streamline and automate business registrations in a single place and the NEHEMIA program as a strategy to streamline using a whole-of-government approach in his article in The Manila Times.
Technology is aiding China’s fight against the virus, and also helping people cope with the stresses of a quarantined life. Ananth Krishnan, 2019 AsiaGlobal Fellow, gives his take on how China is deploying new Artificial Intelligence technologies in fighting the outbreak in his article in The Hindu.
Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato discusses the COVID-19 outbreak in his latest Journalist column and the challenges it has brought to the Japanese government and economy.
Asia Global Institute Advisory Board Co-chair and Nobel Laureate Michael Spence says that the COVID-19 epidemic’s tail risks are significant and frightening, but as of now, they do not seem particularly likely to materialize. Instead, the outbreak’s economic consequences will probably be substantial but transitory.
As EU and UK Brexit negotiations kick off, what will be the implications for the NHS and patients? Layla McCay, 2017 AsiaGlobal Fellow, shares her insights on this subject.
While the Japanese government maintains the country is safe from a large-scale COVID-19 epidemic, many people worry that the virus may over-stretch its medical system. Our adjunct associate professor Yoshikazu Kato shares his views on the subject with CGTN.
As the possible cancellation of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics looms due to the coronavirus outbreak, Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato analyzes the significance of the event to the Japanese, telling Global Times that "It is seen as an opportunity to unite the entire Japanese nation after a long period of economic stagnation, boost Japanese people's self-confidence, and increase Japan's international visibility, especially after Japan has experienced a 'lost 30 years' and continuous decline of its international status," and also a "political task to the Abe administration". (Photo credit: Marco Verch / Flickr)
In his regular column in Japanese publication Diamond Online, Yoshikazu Kato, Adjunct Associate Professor of the Asia Global Institute, explores how China’s government is coping with the COVID-19 outbreak and its implications.
In an interview with Phoenix TV, Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato discusses what the COVID-19 outbreak may mean for the Abe administration and the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Kato also shares his observations on how society has responded to the virus in Japan and Hong Kong.