Leadership in Economics

CUALA Conference: “2009, Crunch time for Asia?” Seminar

 

CUALA Annual Conference 2009
Corpus Christi College Cambridge
Topic: “2009, Crunch time for Asia?”
Organizing Committee: CUALA
Media Partner: The Leadership Institute (Between 2007 and 2011 the Institure temporarily carried the name The Wall Street Journal Future Leadership Institute)


Date: 28 February 2009
Joint Seminar
Venue: McCrum Lecture Theatre Corpus Christi College Cambridge
UK Time: 10am – 5pm

 

Program

1000 – 1015 Registration
1015 – 1030 Introduction
1030 – 1050 “The Crisis – China’s Moment to Stand out, or Stay in the Pack.” Dr Kerry Brown, Senior Fellow, Chatham House
1050 – 1100 Q & A Session
1100 – 1120 “Home Grown Innovation in Response to the Financial Crisis.” Professor Arnoud De Meyer, Director of Judge Business School
1120 – 1130 Q & A Session
1130 – 1150 “Hong Kong tackling challenges ahead.” Ms Sarah Wu, Director of General, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office
1150 – 1200 Q & A Session
1200 – 1220 “Integration of Western Management and Chinese Philosophy in the current Economic Downturn.” Dr Richard Li-Hua, Visiting Academic at Judge Business School; Director of China Programme, Salford Business School
1220 – 1230 Q & A Session
1230 – 1330 Networking Lunch
1330 – 1500 Oxbridge Debate – Debate between Oxford and Cambridge students “THBT the Four Little Dragons a gone-pass now?”
1500 – 1520 “Why has Asia been so severely impacted by the credit crunch?” Dr John Greenwood, Chief Economist, Invesco
1520 – 1530 Q & A Session
1530 – 1550 “China and the Financial Crisis.” Professor Athar Hussain, Director of the Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics
1550 – 1600 Q & A Session
1600 – 1620 “Will Asian countries be able to protect themselves from the current world financial turmoil?” Professor Ajit Singh, Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge
1620 – 1630 Q &. A Session
1630 – 1700 Panel Discussion “Will Asia be able to lead the world out of the current recession?”

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