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Mark Thirlwell

Mark Thirlwell, Director of the Lowy Institute's International Economy Program, presents the first of the Seminar series for 2012 with an insight into the future economic drivers likely to affect the Asia-Pacific in the coming decade and what impact they may have on the way in which regional actors view security issues over the same period. 20 June 2012

The Lowy Institute's International Economy Program Director Mark Thirlwell examines the future economic drivers likely to affect the Asia-Pacific in the coming decade and what impact they may have on the way in which regional actors view security issues over the same period.

Mark Thirlwell is the Program Director International Economy at the Lowy Institute for International Policy. He is a graduate of Cambridge University; he holds an MPhil degree in economics from Oxford and a postgraduate qualification in applied finance at Macquarie University. Mark began his career as an economist in the Bank of England's international division, where he focused mainly on emerging market issues. He also spent some time in the Bank's UK structural economic analysis division. He subsequently joined JP Morgan, where he was a vice president in the economic research department with responsibility for Central and Eastern Europe. Before joining the Lowy Institute, Mark was senior economist at the Australian Export Finance and Insurance Corporation from 1999 to 2003, where he worked on country risk issues, with a particular emphasis on East Asia.


Mark Thirlwell - 20 April 2012

Mark Thirlwell - 20 April 2012

 

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