Explore how nations should reform domestic institutions and enhance international coordination in capital flow management
The recent financial globalization has posed substantial challenges to economic stability in emerging economies as well as in developed countries. This seminar will first address the factors behind the recent wave of international capital flows. Then, it will explore how nations should reform domestic institutions and enhance international coordination in capital flow management so as to cope with new challenges in the near future.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in understanding globalisation, its benefits and challenges.
About the Presenter
Dr Haiping Zhang, Ph.D in Economics, University of Bonn (2006), M.A. in Economics, UIBE (2000), B.A. in Economics, UIBE(1997)
Haiping Zhang is a senior lecturer in the Department of Economics, the University of Auckland Business School. Prior to joining UoA, he held positions as assistant professor of economics at Singapore Management University (2007-2016) and visiting research fellow at Bonn University (2005-2011). In 2006, Haiping received his Ph.D. in Economics from Bonn University. His research focuses on international macroeconomics and trade, financial development, and structural changes.