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Lowy Lecture Series: Where now for the Global Economy? - Dr John Edwards & Mark Thirlwell, 27 June 2012


Crisis in the Eurozone. An unconvincing recovery in the United States. Slowing growth in China. Signs of a stall in India. And one of the best quarterly GDP readings in Australia in the past five years. What’s going on?

Dr John Edwards and Mark Thirlwell on 27 June discussed the world's turbulent global economy and the implications for Australia.

Dr John Edwards is a Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute and a member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

Mark Thirlwell is the Director of the Institute’s International Economy Program.

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