Dambisa Moyo is a Harvard-Oxford-trained, Zambian-born global economist who analyzes the macroeconomy and international affairs. She advises companies, corporate boards, CEOs and management on investment decisions, capital allocation and risk management. Her work examines the interplay of international business and the global economy, while calling for open-minded solutions to vexing political and social problems.
Her most recent publication, Edge of Chaos: Why Democracy is Failing to Deliver Economic Growth and How to Fix It, discusses why economic growth is essential to economic stability, and why liberal democracies are failing to produce it today. TIME Magazine named her as one of the “100 Most Influential People in the World” and was awarded the Friedrich Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. Currently a Barclays Bank, Chevron, Barrick Gold and Seagate Technology board member, she is a frequent CNBC and Bloomberg contributor, and also writes for the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal.
The new political and economic challenges facing the world, and the radical solutions needed to resolve them
Why leaders can no longer ignore the twin threats of rising income inequality and a stagnat economy
Discussion for change in order to galvanize growth and ensure the survival of democracy in the twenty-first century
Spotlight in the UK: Risk and opportunities in the context of a shifting economic and political context