Manu Bhaskaran, leading Singapore-based Economist, joined the Japan-Singapore Symposium Webinar “Japan-Singapore Partnership in Regional Cooperation”, to discuss with the other experts from both Singapore and Japan, the following topics:
(1) Political and Security Development in the Indo-Pacific: Implications for Japan and ASEAN;
(2)Review of Japan-Singapore Bilateral Relations in the Regional Context; and
(3) Regional Economic Relations including Trade Agreements.
Learn more about it here.
Manu Bhaskaran is Director of Centennial Group International and the Founding Director and Chief Executive Officer of Centennial Asia Advisors. Mr. Bhaskaran has more than 30 years of expertise in economic and political risk assessment and forecasting in Asia. Before joining the Centennial Group, he was Chief Economist for Asia of a leading international investment bank and managed its Singapore-based economic advisory group. Mr. Bhaskaran is a well-regarded commentator on Asian financial and economic affairs, and has regular columns in business weeklies such as the Edge in Singapore/Malaysia. He serves as Member of the Regional Advisory Board for Asia of the International Monetary Fund; Senior Adjunct Fellow, Institute of Policy Studies; Council Member of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs; and Vice-President of the Economics Society of Singapore. Mr. Bhaskaran has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the John F Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a Bachelor’s degree in economics from Cambridge University. He has also qualified as a Chartered Financial Analyst. He is based in Singapore.
- Asia Economy
- Asia-Pacific Macro Issues
- South East Asian Prospects
- Economic Prospects for Australia & Developing Asian Economies
- Political Risks in Asia
- State Capitalism in Asia
- Asian Market Outlook
- Long Term Trends & Business Implications in Asia
- Emerging vs Developed Markets