Will Nationalism elbow out globalisation? Is there a new capitalism and are we included?

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Date Tuesday, June 26, 2018
Time 17:00 - 20:00
Speaker(s) Jim Mora, Bernard Hickey, Jennifer Lees-Marshment and Bevan Graham

In conjuction with London Business School we invite you to take part in a panel discussion hosted by Jim Mora with Bernard Hickey, Jennifer Lees-Marshment and Bevan Graham.


“Will Nationalism elbow out globalisation? Is there a new capitalism and are we included? Where on earth is the world going? We’ve fastened our seatbelts, and are

the oxygen masks about to drop?”



Bernard Hickey Financial journalist and commentator

Bernard Hickey is a financial journalist and commentator with 25 years’ experience working for Reuters, the FT Group, Fairfax,Interest.co.nz and now Newsroom, where he is the Managing Editor of its subscription service for corporate and Governmental clients.Bernard also contributes to Banking Day,Herald on Sunday, Interest.co.nz, Radio Live and Economist Intelligence Unit.



Jennifer Lees-Marshment Associate Professor, The University of Auckland

Jennifer is a world expert in Political Marketing. A research-led but practice oriented academic, she has interviewed over 200 political practitioners including government ministers and advisors to Prime Ministers and Presidents and was lead academic advisor to TVNZ’s Vote Compass in the 2014 and 2017 New Zealand elections.Author/editor of 14 books, The Ministry of Public Input (Palgrave 2015) won the IAP2 Australasia Research Award and her most recent edited book Political marketing and management in the 2017 New Zealand Election (Palgrave) is due to be published in August. 



Bevan Graham

New Zealand Chief Economist, AMP Capital Bevan has held a number of senior positions in New Zealand including Chief Economist at Westpac, Chief Economic Advisor to the Leader of

the Opposition and Chief Executive at the Economic Development Association of New Zealand. He was appointed Chief Economist at AXA Global Investors in 2008 and moved to AMP Capital in 2011 through the merger of the two companies. Bevan’s key research interests include economic growth, economic development and monetary policy. In 2011 his work in economic development saw him appointed to the Government’s Maori economic development panel which produced the Maori economic development strategy He kai kei aku ringa. Bevan has a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree from Waikato University majoring in Economics.


Charge: $35/per person payable to LBS Club account 02 0238 0066712-00.1 by 22 June. Please provide your name and use reference "KIMCHI" when making the payment.


Please pay by 22nd June.


Venue Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Boardroom, L20, Lumley Centre
88 Shortland St,
Dress Code Business Professional
Registration Deadline Friday, June 22, 2018

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