Solutions for growing economic efficiencies

22 March 2012

Portrait of Professor Ian Goldin

with Professor Ian Goldin
Professor of Globalisation and Development

Professor Ian Goldin was the founding Director of the Oxford Martin School from September 2006 to September 2016. He is currently Oxford University Professor of Globalisation and Development, Senior Fellow at the Oxford Martin School, Director of the...

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Professor Ian Goldin’s new book “Globalization for Development” led Lauren Lyster of Capital Account on RT TV to ask Professor Ian Goldin “How can we maintain and grow economic efficiencies that are associated with globalised trade and capital movement without compromising stability?” (02.50 – 12.23) And from his Opinion piece in the Financial Times she argues that there is a cause for the developing economies to be more represented in these international institutions (IMF and World Bank) and asks “why hasn’t there been more movement on this issue?” (14.38 – 20.17)