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What does China want in Global Economic Governance?

Summary

Explore China's objectives with a researcher in global economic governance, the global setting and diffusion of financial regulatory standards.

Start Date

24th May 2018 6:30pm

End Date

24th May 2018 7:30pm

Venue

Law Lecture Theatre 2, Faculty of Law Building, Grosvenor Crescent, Sandy Bay campus

RSVP / Contact Information

Enquiries: Barry Holmes, E: tas.secretary@internationalaffairs.org.au T: 6225 2123

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presented by

Andrew Walter

Professor Andrew Walter

University of Melbourne

6:00pm Refreshment
6:30pm Presentation with Q&A
7:30pm Event Ends

Andrew Walter is Professor of International Relations in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne (UoM). He specialises in the political economy of international money and finance, including their governance between and within countries.

Prior to joining UoM in 2012, Andrew was Reader in International Political Economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he had a range of program responsibilities, including research.

Externally, he held a range of positions including one as a member of the Council of Chatham House, a leading British think-tank of international affairs.During his career Andrew has been a visiting lecturer at a number of international institutions.

Andrew graduated with a BA(Hons) degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Western Australia and a MPhil and DPhil in International Relations (on international monetary organization) from Oxford University in 1987. He worked in London and New York as an associate in JP Morgan's investment banking division over 1987-90 before he left for academia.

He has published articles on the political economy of international finance and investment, on globalization, and on international standards and compliance. His list of book publications dates back to 1993.

His current research concerns the role of emerging countries in global economic governance, the global setting and diffusion of financial regulatory standards, and the political and policy aftermaths of financial crises.

Presented in partnership with the
Australian Institute of International Affairs
and Asia Institute Tasmania.

Australian Institute of International Affairs