May 17, 2012
Discussion on What were the lessons we learnt from the financial crisis and how can we change so that we do not have to learn them again?
The most recent macroeconomic news probably made you order another cup of coffee. After a couple of promising quarters, the country has dipped back down into what economists call “negative growth” and the rest of us call a contraction.
So the first lesson we should learn at an event intended to discuss what this crisis taught us is that we may still have more crisis and more lessons to learn. Especially with Greece serving as a real time example on how not to manage an economy.
See the full outcome from the event attached as well as the presentation on Macroeconomic Outlook.
- Macroeconomic Outlook 20120516 AmCham.pdf
- High Altitude Leadership.pdf
- LearningfromtheCrisis(May162012) doc_fin.docx