Posts Tagged ‘global’

To do, or NOT to do, what had never been done before? This week on Your Financial Editor.

Thursday, May 9th, 2013

Join me this week as I talk to the director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, and author of The Battle of Bretton Woods, Benn Steil. We’ll be talking about his vivid account of the worlds attempt to design a global monetary system and the impacts the Bretton Woods conference still has in today’s global economy.

 

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About this week’s guest:

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Benn Steil

Senior Fellow and Director of International Economics

Expertise

International finance; financial markets; economic policy.

Programs

Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies

Bio

Dr. Benn Steil is senior fellow and director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. He is also the founding editor of International Finance, a top scholarly economics journal, and co-writer of the Council’s Geo-Graphics economics blog. Prior to his joining the Council in 1999, he was director of the International Economics Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London. He came to the Institute in 1992 from a Lloyd’s of London Tercentenary Research Fellowship at Nuffield College, Oxford, where he received his MPhil and DPhil (PhD) in economics. He also holds a BSc in economics summa cum laude from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Steil has written and spoken widely on international finance, monetary policy, economic history, and financial markets. He is a columnist for Dow Jones’ Financial News and a regular op-ed contributor at the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times. His latest book, The Battle of Bretton Woods: John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order, was called “a triumph of economic and diplomatic history” by the Financial Times, “a superb history” by the Wall Street Journal, and “the gold standard on its topic” by the New York Times. His previous book, Money, Markets and Sovereignty, was awarded the 2010 Hayek Book Prize. Financial Statecraft: The Role of Financial Markets in American Foreign Policy was named one of the “Best Business Books of 2006″ by Library Journal and an “Outstanding Academic Title of 2006″ by Choice.

Tune out the media hype and catch the launch of my new radio segment, “Your Personal Economy”, this week on Your Financial Editor!

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Today’s economic troubles and financial volatility are taking a toll on retiree’s across the nation.  Triple digit point swings in the market, sometimes on a daily basis, have created a new level of anxiety and stress for those who depend on the wealth they’ve created to see them through a successful and fulfilling retirement.  By tuning out the media hype and financial “noise”, investors can focus on what really matters – what I refer to as “Your Personal Economy”.  Structuring a wealth management strategy that is not only based on sophisticated models, but also one that is actively managed, provides you with opportunities and peace of mind that others can’t achieve because they find themselves caught up in the mainstream.

The inaugural “Your Personal Economy” segment will be about Retiring with Confidence.  I’ll be discussing some basic questions surrounding a successful retirement plan.  I’ll also analyze and review a report from the Federal Reserve regarding headwinds for Baby Boomers’ retirement.

As usual, I’ll breakdown the top stories of the week from  the world of business and finance.

Join me for the premier this Saturday, October 1st at 8am on AM 930 WFMD!

Tiny country – BIG in history, culture and economy! This week on Your Financial Editor.

Friday, May 13th, 2011

Be sure to join me this week  – my guest will be the ambassador of a very interesting country tucked away in Western Europe.  Rich in both history and culture, Liechtenstein has evolved from being a poor agricultural society to being one the most highly industrialized countries in the world!  Find out their role in today’s global economy.

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About this week’s guest:

Claudia Fritsche
Ambassador of the Principality of Liechtenstein
to the United States of America

 Ambassador Claudia Fritsche assumed her duties as the first resident Ambassador of Liechtenstein in Washington at the beginning of October 2002, after leaving her post in New York, where she had served as the Permanent Representative of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations from 1990 to 2002. Ambassador Fritsche served as Vice-President and Member of the General Committee of the United Nations General Assembly during its 48th Session. From June 1999 to September 2002 she served as President of the International Association of Permanent Representatives to the United Nations. Ambassador Fritsche headed the Liechtenstein delegation at major UN conferences.

She joined the Office for Foreign Affairs of the Principality of Liechtenstein on 1 June 1978 and served in a variety of diplomatic functions, inter alia as Secretary to the Liechtenstein parliamentary delegations to the Council of Europe and to the European Free Trade Association, as well as within the Liechtenstein Embassies in Berne and Vienna and the Permanent Representation to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg.

Mrs. Fritsche represented the Liechtenstein Government on the European Committee on Equality between Women and Men (CEEG) from April 1987 until August 1990, while also chairing the Liechtenstein National Committee on Equality between Women and Men.

Mrs. Fritsche was the personal secretary to the Liechtenstein Head of Government from 1970 to 1974 and to the Deputy Head of Government from March to August 1974.

200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes

Thursday, February 10th, 2011

Check out this video by Hans Rosling (The Joy of Stats – BBC).

Business story of the decade: Youth, Technology, and Entrepreneurship are Changing the World from the Bottom Up! This week on Your Financial Editor.

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Join Chris  and his guest this week and find out how youthful emerging markets across the globe, armed with new ideas, new ways to engage customers, new solutions to age-old problems, and new organizational models, are changing their future and ours.  Chris’ guest this week is Rob Salkowitz, who has authored Young World Rising, a book that spells out how your organization can engage with these young entrepreneurs, in a variety of ways, to create opportunities and achieve sustainable growth in the wake of the global recession. 

Join us this this Saturday morning at 8am on AM 930 WFMD, or listen from anywhere on your pc by logging onto www.wfmd.com and clicking the listen live button.

About the Author:

Rob Salkowitz is a writer and consultant specializing in the social implications of new technology and the next-generation workforce.  He has worked with Microsoft and other leaders in global business to help formulate market strategy and articulate business goals.  As an entrepreneur, Rob has helped start seven businesses and is a principal in the Seattle-based communications firm MediaPlant, LLC. Rob is author of Generation Blend and coauthor (with Daniel Rasmus) of Listening to the Future, both from Wiley.  He lives and works in Seattle, Washington.