Speaker - Uri Dadush

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Uri Dadush is Senior Associate and Director in Carnegie's International Economics Program. His work particularly focuses on trends in the global economy, and he is interested in the implications of the increased weight of developing countries for the pattern of financial flows, trade and migration, and the associated economic policy and governance questions. He is the editor of the International Economic Bulletin, and the coauthor of Paradigm Lost: The Euro in Crisis (Carnegie report, June 2010), Currency Wars (Carnegie report, September 2011), and Juggernaut: How Emerging Markets Are Reshaping Globalization (Carnegie book, 2011). A French citizen, Dadush previously served as the World Bank's Director of International Trade and before that, as Director of Economic Policy. He has also served concurrently as the Director of the Bank's World Economy Group, leading the preparation of the Bank's flagship reports on the international economy over 11 years. Prior to joining the World Bank, he was President and CEO of the Economist Intelligence Unit and Business International, part of the Economist Group (1986-1992); Group Vice President, International, for Data Resources, Inc. (1982-1986), now Global Insight; and a consultant with McKinsey and Co. in Europe. He has a Ph.D. from Harvard University in business economics.

2 Programs

Will the Eurozone 'EZ-17' Save or Sink the Global Economy

05.11.12 | 01:25:55 min | 0 comments

The World Economy in 2010

01.05.10 | 01:57:25 min | 3 comments