An interview with professor Yacine Ait-Sahalia of Princeton University.
Venture Capital adviser and research expert Dr Martin Haemmig speaks at NUS Business School. Part one of a two part talk. Watch part two here http://youtu.be/UV8VOOCpeco
Joseph Cherian, Professor of Finance at NUS Business School and Director of the Centre for Asset Management Research & Investments (CAMRI), discusses with Morgan Stanley's co-CEO for Asia-Pac, Bill Strong, the new challenges in education faced by business schools.
Founder and CEO of China's biggest internet company speaks to NUS Business School on the challenges and opportunities in China's fast-changing dotcom sector.
Girija Pande, chairman of Tata Consultancy Services Asia Pacific, on leading innovation and growth in an interconnected but turbulent world.
Hong Kong Queen's Counsel and former chief advisor to the China Securities Regulatory Commission Anthony Neoh speaks at a forum on internationalising the renminbi held at NUS Business School.
Martin Feldstein, George F. Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University and President Emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Research, speaks on "The Dollar and Global Investment" at CAMRI's luncheon forum.
Dr. Cao Yuanzheng, Chief Economist at the Bank of China, speaks to NUS Business School about the process of internationalising the Chinese currency.
Temasek Holdings chairman and former long-serving Singapore cabinet minister S Dhanabalan shares lessons on leadership from his 50-year long career as a civil servant, politician, banker and corporate chief.
NUS MBA Finance Forum: a panel discussion on the Future of Finance with investment guru Jim Rogers, Ronald Ong of Morgan Stanley Asia (Singapore), and John Tan of Asia Capital Reinsurance. Moderated for Think Business by former CNBC anchor Grace Phan. (Video only for public viewing in Sept 2012).
World Bank chief economist for East Asia and the Pacific Bert Hofman at NUS Business School on his outlook for the regional economy. Hofman was speaking at a forum jointly organised by the Centre for Asset Management Research and Investments at NUS and Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University.