St catharines political economy seminars
Wed 30 May 2012
St Catharine's College
This contribution will examine whether in an age of fiscal austerity in the West, China can save the world economy from a depression. Having grown at breakneck speed for the past 30 years, China contributed 17% of the growth in the world economy in 2011. Mo will discuss whether China can continue to be the saviour of the world economy or whether the economic threats that exist internally will be a serious containing factor.
Mo Tanweer graduated from Cambridge University in 2004. After working in
investment banking, he is now Head of Economics at Oundle School. He
lectures in both the UK and Europe on current affairs in Economics, most
recently focussing on currency wars and the state of China's economy.
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|Wed 30 May 2012||6:00PM - 7:30PM|