The global economy
All our services are based on the belief that the global economy moves in cycles, and that without an awareness of these cycles one cannot understand the Vietnamese economy.
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This course aims to equip participants with an alternative, more real-world, economics training than that provided by most Universities.
The aim is to showcase the way in which the alternative approach can provide a more plausible and informed explanation of current trends in economic phenomena than what is taught in the Universities.
This includes both those who have followed formal economics and business-related study programmes at secondary and tertiary education levels, as well as those who have had no formal training in either of these.
The last part of the course is dedicated to a case study of the Vietnamese economy using the alternative approach.
Money & Financial Markets
We cover the basics…
Understand the nature and dynamics of different segments of the financial markets, and rates of return on different financial assets in these market segments.
Who is it for?
…and then go deeper
Linking developments in financial markets with those in the rest of the economy, particularly with respect to the movement of economies through various phases of the business cycle.
All our services are based on the belief that any understanding of developments in the Vietnamese economy requires context of the global economy and global business cycles.
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What will a global recession mean for Vietnam’s economy?
Updates on the current state and future directions of the global and Vietnamese economies
The target group is those lower and middle level local and foreign executives that are aware of the importance of an understanding of real-world economic developments for business and investment decision-making, and feel they are in need of an update of the relevant information.
The contents of the workshop may be of particular interest to those responsible for corporate planning, treasury management, pricing, sales and procurement.
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Global Economic Monitor
Monitoring the global economy
Our report on the global economy is referred to as the Global Economic Monitor (GEM) and is prepared on a monthly basis by our partner company in the Netherlands. As its name suggests, this report monitors important trends in the global economy as a whole and a number of key variables in particular.
Continuity in analysis
The variables chosen, and interpretation of the significance of their movement, are based on our view of the functioning of the global economy. The data and charts selected for each month’s report are intended as indicating important developments in the global economy on the basis of our particular view of its functioning.
We are of the view that most other reports tend to reproduce what is in effect “the flavour of the month” – offering little by way of substance and continuity.