David Hale discusses 'a new economic world order' on American Public Radio
Thursday, 15 September 2011
The EU is in crisis, with many debating whether Greece, with its crippling level of debt, should even remain in the EU. In the US, new figures from the Census Bureau reveal that nearly one in six people was living in poverty last year, painful proof of the recession’s debilitating impact on Americans. David Hale, co-editor of What's Next? Unconventional Wisdom on the Future of the World Economy, discusses the jittery markets and the current economic climate on American Public Radio.
About the Author
David Hale is a Chicago-based global economist whose clients include asset management companies in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. He is the founding chairman of David Hale Global Economics and he serves as the Global Economic Advisor to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Mr. Hale holds a BS degree in international economic affairs from the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and an MS degree in economics from the London School of Economics. In September 1990, the New York chapter of the National Association of Business Economists conferred upon Mr. Hale the William F. Butler Award.