We are thrilled to announce that Dambisa Moyo, renowned economist, will be in Asia in November 2013. Moyo is the author of best seller “Winner Take All – China’s Race for Resource and What it Means for the World”, and she has been named by Time Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World”, as well as to the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders group.
Dr. Dambisa Moyo is a renowned economist who analyses the global macroeconomy. Dr. Moyo has an established international reputation as a thought leader on the political and macroeconomic landscape across developing countries, in particular the BRICs and the frontier economies in Africa, Asia and South America. She currently serves on the boards of Barclays Bank, SABMiller, and Barrick Gold.
Dr. Moyo completed a PhD in Economics at Oxford University and holds a Masters degree from Harvard University. She has been named by Time Magazine as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World”, as well as to the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders group. Her work regularly appears in economic and finance-related publications such as the Financial Times, Barrons magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. Ms. Moyo is also a contributing editor to CNBC, the business and finance news network.
Ms. Moyo leverages her comprehensive economic understanding to inform a practical investment strategy, realise opportunities and manage risks across emerging economies. Her work examines the interplay between rapidly developing countries, international business, and the global economy, while highlighting investment opportunities and convergence themes.
Winner Take All – China’s Race for Resource and What it Means for the World (2012) – New York Times best-seller debuting at #13, as well as entering The Wall Street Journal’s business best sellers at #4 and the Publishers Weekly best-seller list at #11.
How the West Was Lost: Fifty Years of Economic Folly – And the Stark Choices that Lie Ahead (2011) – It became a New York Times bestseller, debuting at #6 in its first week. It also debuted at #4 in the Washington Post and #2 in the Wall Street Journal.
Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way For Africa (2009) – New York Times bestseller, and is published in Chinese, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese and Dutch.