Economist Prof Nouriel Roubini has warned of a prolonged downturn and sluggish recovery from the coronavirus in his recent BBC interview. Professor Roubini also said any recovery will be in the shape of what economists call a “U”, or even “something closer to an L” – what he calls a “Greater Depression.” — “These jobs […]
Nouriel Roubini believes that the next global recession will be immune to monetary solutions. He discusses this and more in a one-on-one interview with the Milken Institute. Watch the video below to learn more: Nouriel Roubini is a professor of economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business. He is also CEO of Roubini Macro […]
Nouriel Roubini, shared his insights on the global economy, geopolitical risk, the US-China trade negotiations, the possibility of a global recession, how he thought we could avoid it, China’s economy and global debt, at the “Bloomberg Markets: Asia” , which was part of the Asia Blockchain Summit in Taipei recently. Watch the video below to […]
According to Prof Nouriel Roubini, the global economy is characterized by a new abnormal: in the behavior of growth, of economic policies, of inflation and of key asset prices and financial markets. Below is his keynote speech on the New Abnormal for our Times. More insights from Nouriel Roubini can be read in the Times […]
Prof Nouriel Roubini & Prof Justin Lin were speakers at the FTLife Economic Forum held in Hong Kong last September. Prof Nouriel Roubini, American economist and former senior economist the the White House’s International Affairs spoke on the topic “Global Economy Outlook – the Next 10 Years” while Chinese economist and former senior vice president of the […]
Dr Shirley Yu moderated the panel discussion with Prof Nouriel Roubini and Prof Justin Lin at the FTLife International Economic Forum in Hong Kong. With her strong background in finance and economics, Shirley has moderated the panel discussion with great insights. Dr Shirley Yu (于泽), is a former CCTV 9 anchor, an experienced moderator and author. She […]
Prof Nouriel Roubini talks about the outlook for the global economy and the impact of central bank policy and austerity programs on growth. Nouriel Roubini Prof. Nouriel Roubini is a Professor of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business and is Chairman and Founder of Roubini Global Economics, an innovative economic and geo-strategic […]
We are thrilled to have Nouriel Roubini, macroeconomics expert, in Asia in October 2013. Seize this opportunity to engage Prof. Roubini to inspire your audience riding on his Asian trip! Nouriel Roubini Prof. Nouriel Roubini is a Professor of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business and is Chairman and Founder of Roubini Global […]
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As part of his 59-point economic program for the United States, Romney promised that one of his initial executive orders on his first day as president would be to “clamp down on the cheaters” by slapping duties on Chinese imports if Beijing doesn’t move quickly to float its currency. … The fact that the tariffs are on large cars, the most profitable in any car company’s fleet, and that General Motors, the largest American car company, operates as a subsidiary of the United States Department of the Treasury is a subtle message that should not be lost on anyone. 2012 could be bumpy for U.S. businesses in China.