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柯成兴

Danny Quah

   

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柯成兴

柯成兴是新加坡国立大学(NUS)李光耀公共政策学院(LKYSPP)主管学术事务的副院长及李嘉诚经济学荣誉教授。他目前的研究对于世界秩序采取了一种经济方面的分析角度,即世界秩序的供应与需求:一方面,世界超级大国可以提供何种国际系统;另一方面,国际社会需要何种世界秩序。柯以此角度来分析国际力量的转换、东方的崛起、地区秩序以及国际力量关系模型。柯是《国际经济重心的转移》的著作者。他于2013年进行了第三场伦敦政治经济学院-新加坡国立大学(LSE-NUS)演讲,于2012年、2014年和2016年分别在TED大会上进行了演讲,并在2011年伦敦政治经济学院大问题讲座上做首次演讲。柯曾是麻省理工学院的助理教授,随后成为伦敦政治经济学院经济学和国际发展学系教授,兼伦敦政治经济学院东南亚研究中心负责人。同时,他也曾任职伦敦政治经济学院经济系主任,以及马来西亚国家经济咨询理事会成员。2016年以来,他的个人博客入选“世界100个顶尖经济学博客”。柯的研究由国库控股研究所、麦克阿瑟基金会、英国国家学术院、英国经济和社会研究协会以及安德鲁•梅隆基金会资助。柯的著作涉及一系列话题,包括时间序列计量经济学、空间计量经济学、收入不平等、经济收敛和增长、通货膨胀、新科技以及经济波动的来源等。柯曾在普林斯顿大学、明尼苏达大学和哈佛大学学习。

 

Danny Quah is Vice Dean (Academic Affairs) and Li Ka Shing Professor in Economics at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS.  His current research takes an economic approach to world order, studying the supply and demand of world order: on the one hand, what international system the world’s superpowers provide, and on the other, what world order the global community needs.

Quah uses this to recast analysis of global power shifts, the rise of the east, regional order, and models of global power relations.

Quah is the author of “The Global Economy’s Shifting Centre of Gravity”.  He gave the third LSE-NUS lecture in 2013, TEDx talks in 2016, 2014, and 2012, and the Inaugural LSE Big Questions Lecture in 2011.  Quah was previously Assistant Professor of Economics at MIT, and then Professor of Economics and International Development, and Director of the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre at LSE.  He had also served as LSE’s Head of Department for Economics, and Council Member on Malaysia’s National Economic Advisory Council. 

Since 2016 his has been named one of the top 100 Economics blogs in the world. Quah’s research has been supported by the Khazanah Research Institute, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the British Academy, the UK’s Economic and Research Council, and the Andrew Mellon Foundation.

Quah has written on a range of different topics including timeseries econometrics, spatial econometrics, income inequality, economic convergence and growth, inflation, new technologies, and sources of economic fluctuations.

Quah studied at Princeton, Minnesota, and Harvard.