My speaking engagements in Q1 - do you want to see me?
I have been lucky to be very busy since I resigned from Danske Bank back in May - both with my advisory business (Markets & Money Advisory), my commentary and my speaking engagements and all indications are that I will continue to be busy for the rest of the year, but there is still a bit of space in the calendar in Q1 2016 - so if you need me to speak at a seminar or at a conference you might still be able to book me. Everybody who knows me knows that I am happy to talk about everything to do with economics, but here is a few ideas:
- Why China will never be the largest economy in the world
- The end of the 'dollar bloc'
- The euro as a monetary strangulation mechanism
- What is monetary policy and central banking - an introduction
- Russia's continued economic crisis
- How will Africa weather the China long-term slowdown?
- More Open Borders, Much Less Aid
- The US economy in 2016 - what is most important: The Fed or the presidential elections?
- Should commodity exporters 'target' the export price?
- Oil prices, monetary policy and the crisis in the Gulf States economies
- Long-term challenges to global Emerging Markets
- 1930s style politics: Monetary policy failure and the emergence of Trump, Sanders, Orban, Syriza and Golden Dawn
- "When goods don't cross borders, Soldiers will"
- Long live for the ‘currency war’ – how the global competition to print money will pull us out of the crisis
- Prediction markets – why governments and central banks should stop making forecasts and instead leave it to the market