New Africa Growth Story: Financing Infrastructure
Dr. Harry G. Broadman on "Where is the Growth in the Global Economy?"
Dr. Harry G. Broadman. World renowned multinational corporate strategist, international private equity practitioner, global economic policy reform advisor and negotiator in emerging markets. Former Senior Managing Director and Chief Economist of PricewaterhouseCoopers; Chief of Staff of the President’s Council of Economic Advisors; US Assistant Trade Representative; Senior Official at the World Bank; Professor at Harvard and Johns Hopkins Universities; and Staff at the Rand Corporation. Prolific author of books and professional articles in leading business, foreign policy and law journals on some of the most hotly debated business and economic policy issues of our time; the most recent best-selling books, being Africa's Silk Road: China and India's New Economic Frontier and From Disintegration to Reintegration: Russia in the World Economy. Currently CEO of Proa Global Partners LLC; Johns Hopkins University Director of Center on Global Enterprise and Emerging Markets and Senior Fellow at Johns Hopkins Foreign Policy Institute; and monthly global business columnist for Forbes. Widely known for giving highly impressionable speeches that are provocative and entertaining while providing a crisp and compelling point of view that engenders robust audience Q & A and interchange.
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Where is the growth in the global economy?
The resiliency of the US economy.
“Africa’s ‘Silk Road’” and the role of Chinese and Indian investors in Africa’s future
Why are emerging markets the best long term investment bet?
Which region of the world fared the best during the global financial crisis?
Squandering the windfall of low oil prices
Changes in multinational corporate strategy and operations in emerging markets
The role of international private equity in the global growth
New risk-mitigating approaches for cross-border corporate transactions
The future of multilateral financing and aid in global economic growth
Innovations in strategic alliances and public-private-partnerships (PPPs)
Implications of the rise of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs)
Why corporate intelligence/reputational due diligence is so important, yet challenging to do
Why infrastructure is the Achilles Heel of the future of the US economy
Should the US forget about energy security?
- Africa (sub-Saharan)
- Asia, especially China, India and SE Asia, including Myanmar
- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Emerging Markets
- Energy Policy
- Russia and the Former Soviet Union
- Global Business Growth Strategy
- Government Regulation, Legislation, Institutions
- International Finance
- International Trade and Investment Agreements, Negotiations, Treaties
- Latin America, especially Brazil and Colombia
- Market Entry Risk Management
- Multilateral and Bilateral Development Policy
- Political Risk
- Private Equity
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