World Economic Outlook- podcasts

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Saul Estrin, professor of management and head of the department of management at the London School of Economics and Political Science, talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene from London about the study of economics and its impact on managers, the outlook for emerging-market economies, and the differences in productivity and lifestyles between the U.S. and Europe. Listen to the podcast.

Lord Meghnad Desai, a professor of economics at the London School of Economics, talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene in London about the outlook for the Group of Seven nations, the impact of globalization on the world's economy and U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East. Listen to the podcast

A discussion with Pam Woodall, Asian Economics Editor of The Economist;“World growth, world inflation, world interest rates, wages, profits, oil prices and even house prices are all now being influenced by China, India and other developing economies”

World Economic Outlook press conference -webcast
or read the transcript of a Press Conference on the World Economic Outlook Report (Singapore, September 14, 2006)

Karl P. Sauvant discusses with James Reese "World Investment Prospects to 2010: Boom or Backlash?" a joint report from the Economist Intelligence Unit and the Columbia Program on International Investment

Can the IMF Avert a Global Meltdown?- Keneth Rogoff

See also Economonitor blog. Also Nouriel Roubini's Blog- has a couple of recent posts on the IMF annual meetings in Singapore

More readings on the world economic outlook

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