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    Danny Quah in conversation with Ha-Joon Chang on BBC Radio 4: ”Teaching Economics After the Crash”

Danny Quah in conversation with Ha-Joon Chang on BBC Radio 4: ”Teaching Economics After the Crash”

Professor Danny Quah will be speaking on the BBC Radio 4 programme,”Teaching Economics After the Crash” tonight at 8pm alongside Ha-Joon Chang and the Bank of England’s chief economist Andy Haldane.

Listen live on BBC iPlayer, or catch up here.

About the programme
At universities from Glasgow to Kolkata, economics students are fighting their tutors over how to teach the subject in […]

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    Danny Quah: Convergence Determines Governance – Within and Without. Reset

Danny Quah: Convergence Determines Governance – Within and Without. Reset

The longer we remain in denial on what the emerging economies have achieved, the longer we keep global governance gridlocked and ineffective.
Convergence across nation-states is about the poor catching up with the rich, even as growth continues for all. Convergence is about the Global South achieving parity with the Global North. Convergence is about the distribution of incomes of […]

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    Danny Quah: Chinese Lessons: Singapore’s Epic Regression to the Mean

Danny Quah: Chinese Lessons: Singapore’s Epic Regression to the Mean

This article was published by the World Bank on 10th November, 2014. Across all recorded history, 99% of humanity has never invented a single thing. Yet, it is a truth universally acknowledged that long-run sustained progress in economic well-being arises from human creativity and innovativeness. In this regard, the average human and indeed the great majority of humanity over the last seven […]

Economics, Democracy, and the New World Order

Some of us wake up every morning to find ourselves living in a society where economic opportunity is unfairly distributed, where a narrow social elite is given everything while others endure harsh deprivation. If we live in such a society, every morning our soul yearns for a system better than that we’re in. We might live in a society where discrimination […]