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The University of Auckland Business School
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You are warmly invited to attend the inaugural lecture of Professor Anthony Endres of the Department of Economics.

The international financial system in the age of complexity

imageInternational financial manias, panics and crises have raised doubts about the viability of the present international financial system. Is it in fact a "non-system" in urgent need of a new blueprint or at least more extensive regulation?

Professor Anthony Endres will answer this question in his inaugural lecture by discussing the nature of "crises", the problem of financial "contagion", international creditworthiness, currency competition, big player effects and the "too big to fail" problem. In this discussion New Zealand will feature as a small player.

For the past 29 years Professor Endres has lectured and conducted research at The University of Auckland. He has published more than 50 articles in a wide range of economics journals, four books issued by leading publishing houses, including a recent monograph on international financial integration.

Before coming to Auckland, he held academic positions at the University of Waikato, University of Wollongong and was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Australian National University. During several sabbatical leave periods he has held visiting research positions at the Geneva-based International Labour Organisation, the University of Kyoto, the University of Toronto and New York University.

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Event Details

Professor Anthony Endres

Thursday 24 May 2012


The University of Auckland
Business School
OGGB 5, Level 0,
Owen G Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road, Auckland

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