Departments of Economics and International Development, LSE
[Photo 2013.04.23 University of London International Programme KL Public Lecture]
I work on the shifting global economy and the rise of the east. My current writing is on global hegemony and world leadership in global economic policy-making. I think of my empirical research as seeking to make large things visible to the naked eye.
My office hours are Tuesdays 1130h-1330h - for priority, book a slot via LSE For You.
I am Tan Chin Tuan Visiting Professor in the Economics Department at the National University of Singapore. May-June 2010, I was visiting professor of economics at Tsinghua University, Beijing; April 2011, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. I served on Malaysia’s National Economic Advisory Council, 2009-2011.
PLACES I UPDATE
I'm writing a book Economics in a Disordered World Order, which is my attempt to organize the different things I've been writing and speaking on. The manuscript is only in very rough draft form for now.
08 April 2015 “ 改革措施得力 经济增速合理-China's New Normal: What These Reforms Might Achieve” (originally published China's People's Daily 02 April 2015. English version “China's New Normal and the AIIB” 09 April 2015)
23 January 2015 “大男子气概”的经济学需要更多的包容--This needs to be more inclusive, less fuelled by machismo” (CDS Interview - Part 2)
15 Nov 2014 “Convergence Determines Governance - Within and Without” Brookings, November 2014
10 Nov 2014 “Chinese Lessons: Singapore's Epic Regression to the Mean” World Bank Future Development, November 2014 (“中国经济放缓不可怕,” FT Chinese, 15 December 2014)
23 July 2014 “How We Choose Our Political Leaders Tells the World a Lot About Us”. Democratic Audit, July 2014 (“如何选择全球领袖：美国主导的单极世界vs.国际公务员机制,” Guancha Syndicate, 20 October 2014)
18 July 2014 “This Growth Model is Just Not Sustainable in the Long Run”. Global Policy, July 2014
|SOME LECTURES ONLINE|
American Decline: Global Power in the 21st Century
Is America in decline? Where now the age of US unipolarity?
What narrative will carry world leadership
in the 21st century? (with Profs ME Cox and Peter Trubowitz of the
International Relations Department at LSE)
Economics, Democracy, and the New World Order
Parts of our current global system carry hypocritical and damaging
inconsistencies. While the TransAtlantic Axis seeks to disseminate
democratic ideals throughout the world, today’s system of global
governance built on US benevolent hegemony is itself deeply undemocratic.
Global tensions from a Rising East
Will the East slow before it counts? Is the East only big enough to
be culpable but not mature enough to be responsible?
06 December 2011 Inaugural LSE Big Questions Lecture
East beats West? Is the East taking over the world?
Big questions for young minds: LSE launches new economics lecture for
young people online
SOME THINGS I HAVE WORKED ON
|My 2011 animation of the global economy’s shifting center of gravity since 1980. The dots in black are 1980-2007; those in red are 2010-2049 The paper won the GPPN Best Article Prize for 2011.|
|Danny Quah Last modified: Mon May 25 11:07:20 GMT Daylight Time 2015|