Speeches | 24 October 2007

Wednesday Lunch at Lowy - Malcolm Cook and Mark Thirlwell presentations

At the Wednesday Lunch on 24 October 2007, the Lowy Institute's Malcolm Cook and Mark Thirlwell discussed the economic future of the big five economies of Southeast Asia. A decade on from the financial crisis finds policymakers in the region's richer economies struggling with a series of important questions. Drawing on a recent research trip to the region, Malcolm and Mark considered some of the key economic policy challenges facing the region and assessed the nature of the response to date.Malcolm Cook , Mark Thirlwell

  • Malcolm Cook
  • Mark Thirlwell

At the Wednesday Lunch on 24 October 2007, the Lowy Institute's Malcolm Cook and Mark Thirlwell discussed the economic future of the big five economies of Southeast Asia. A decade on from the financial crisis finds policymakers in the region's richer economies struggling with a series of important questions. Drawing on a recent research trip to the region, Malcolm and Mark considered some of the key economic policy challenges facing the region and assessed the nature of the response to date.Malcolm Cook , Mark Thirlwell

  • Malcolm Cook
  • Mark Thirlwell