The Crawford School of Public Policy is holding a seminar on the elevated risks for emerging Asia. Risks can be traced back to the period of massive capital inflows to the region associated with changing global liquidity since mid-2000s, following the ultra-easy money policy and the unprecedented quantitative easing (QE) in advanced economies.
Three phases of capital flows are identified, and the implications of each for emerging Asia are to be discussed in the lecture.
This lecture is by Professor Iwan Azis who is currently at ANU as the Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Indonesia Project.
Date: Tuesday 05 April 2016
Venue: Hedley Bull Lecture Theatre, Hedley Bull Building 130, Garran Road, ANU
Further information is available on the Crawford School of Public Policy Website