Stanford economist Prof. Anat Admati talks about how poor regulation and a lack of political will are endangering the global banking system, and why banks remain “addicted” to debt to fund their often highly profitable business. Presented by Eric van Bemmel.
Political economist Prof Andrew Walter talks about approaches to financial regulation in the long aftermath to the Global Financial Crisis, and what happens when banks over-comply with the new rules. Presented by Lynne Haultain.
Global finance expert, author and commentator Satyajit Das warns us that the sustained economic growth we’ve come to believe is the norm is, in fact, unlikely to continue. Joined by host Peter Mares, Das ponders what a world of little or no growth would look like.
Global finance expert Satyajit Das argues that the inherent -- and largely ignored -- fragility of China’s economy threatens to undo the fruits of decades of phenomenal export-led growth. Presented by Peter Mares.