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Quantitative Investing Group Meeting

Friday, April 1 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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The Great Rupture: What does it mean for the economic fundamentals?

As the world economy crawls out of the health crisis, a rapidly unfolding geopolitical crisis puts the recovery on a tailspin. Are these crises reinforcing and entrenching the rupturing of the two largest economies?  How will the great decoupling – against the backdrop of health, geo-political, inequality and climate crisis – shape the economic fundamentals, particularly productivity growth? What do the macro-models predict? How will the transition and adjustments affect asset prices worldwide? Will there be a new equilibrium? Or are we heading for multiple equilibria, with a diminished role for the dominant reserve currency?

Quantitative Investing Group

Guest Speaker

Dr. Hamid Rashid
Chief, Global Economic Monitoring
United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDEA)

Dr. Hamid RashidChief, Global Economic Monitoring at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDEA) – is the lead author of the UN flagship report, the World Economic Situation and Prospects, jointly published by UNDESA, UNCTAD, the UN Regional Commissions and UN-WTO. Previously, he served as the Senior Adviser for Macroeconomic Policy in UNDESA, advising finance, central banks and planning authorities in developing countries on fiscal and monetary policy issues. Prior to joining UN/DESA in 2010, Dr. Rashid served as a Senior Adviser in UNDP’s Bureau for Development Policy and also as the Director General for Multilateral Economic Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Bangladesh.

Dr. Rashid earned his Ph.D. in economics and finance from Columbia University in New York under the supervision of Nobel Laureate Prof. Joseph Stiglitz. In a recent co-authored paper, Prof. Stiglitz and Dr. Rashid warn against the looming risks of a catastrophic debt crisis in developing countries.  He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas. Dr. Rashid’s research interest includes macroeconomic policies, international finance, debt management, technological change, financial market liberalization and their impact on economic growth and sustainable development.