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How do you predict the next set of prosperous world cities? Jeremy Kelly (Director of Global Research, JLL) and Tim Moonen (Director, The Business of Cities Ltd) discuss the key strengths of the world’s most successful cities, the challenges these cities face in accommodating growth and reveal a new group of cities that are challenging the dominance of the world’s most powerful and globally connected - London, New York, Paris, Singapore, Tokyo and Hong Kong. To find out more about cities, real estate and JLL's market-leading research, visit: http://www.jll.com/cities-research
Daniel Ruppar, Global Research Director, Frost & Sullivan @ Digital Health Summer Summit S.F. 2014 If conversations are a catalyst of innovation, then the Digital Health Summit nailed it in spades. Thanks again for making this year's summit even more seminal than the last. We look forward to seeing YOU in 2015 and at our San Francisco Summer Summit! Web: http:;//www.digitalhealthsummit.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/digitalhealthsummit Photos: http://www.flickr.com/digitalhealthsummit Digital Health LIVE created & hosted by Tim Reha http://www.timreha.com @TimReha and Brian Racherbaeumer, media producer.
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This week's episode of the Global Research News Hour features a special look at the most censored and suppressed news stories of 2016. We first speak with Andy Lee Roth, Associate Director of Project Censored about the organization's list of the TOP 25 most censored stories of the past year, and about its most recent publication: Censored 2017: Fortieth Anniversary Edition. We next hear from John Schertow, the founder and lead editor of INtercontinentalcry.org about the most censored Indigenous stories that barely got any coverage over the last several months. Finally, we are joined by Patricia Elliott, Assistant Professor with the University of Regina's School of Journalism and faculty adviser with Project Censored about Canadian stories that got little or know attention in the major p...
On April 1st, Global Research News Hour host Michael Welch interviewed two geopolitical analysts about some of the developments in the South China Sea, the One Belt One Road project, and Yemen and examined the larger forces shaping them politically, militarily and economically. Dr. Radhika Desai is Professor at the Department of Political Studies, and Director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya is a sociologist, award-winning author and geopolitical analyst who currently teaches at the University of the Philippines. He is the author of The Globalization of NATO, and a Research Associate at the Centre for Research on Globalization.
Dr. Steve Scherer, Director of the Centre for Applied Genomics at Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children and Director of the Autism Speaks Ten Thousand Genomes Program, discusses how the data and insight gained from AUT10K can be shared with the global research community to further accelerate progress in autism research. AUT10K is sequencing the world's largest collection of whole genomes of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their family members.
Explore a high level look at regs and ops versus innovative spending, and find out how retail banking is evolving to meet challenges as well as create new opportunities. Plus, discover the industry trends being seen in North America and in regions worldwide. Date: Oct 09, 2013
The IFI Research, Advocacy and Public Policy-making Program held a Director's Policy Series lecture The Role of a Global Research Institute in Public Policy in the Arab World by Dr. Paul Salem Director and Senior Associate, Carnegie Middle East Center, Beirut Dr. Paul Salem is the director of the Carnegie Middle East Center in Beirut, Lebanon. Prior to joining Carnegie, he was the general director of the Fares Foundation, founded and directed the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, and was a professor of political science at the American University of Beirut. Dr. Salem will discuss his experience as the Director of the Carnegie Middle East Center, with a focus on the role and impact of research institutes in the public policy-making process in the Arab world and globally, and the percepti...
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SUBSCRIBE: http://jpm.com/x/i/NFPWfK0 Joyce Chang, Global Head of Research, speaks with Marko Kolanovic, Global Head of Quantitative and Derivative Strategy, about his most recent report on how machine learning will transform the investment landscape. J.P. Morgan’s award-winning Global Research provides clients with global breadth and expertise across asset classes, yielding a rich source of market insights and ideas. J.P. Morgan’s research professionals are located in 26 countries and cover more than 3,700 companies worldwide and provide economic forecasts for more than 60 countries. About J.P. Morgan: J.P. Morgan is a leader in financial services, offering solutions to clients in more than 100 countries with one of the most comprehensive global product platforms available. We have bee...
Mark Little, Director of GE Global Research, responds to Daniel Schröder's question from Facebook: "If political leaders talk about green solutions for the automotive sector, there are always connections to electric engines and more use of electricity. But can't there be a solutions by using "old-fashioned" gas engines but in another sense?" and discusses new innovations in energy.
Qui est à l’origine des APT ? Comment les cybercriminels procèdent-ils ? Comment les attaques ciblées vont-elles évoluer dans les années à venir ? Découvrez l’avis de notre expert sur les tendances de ces attaques et ses conseils pour s’en prémunir.
William D. Eggers, Global Director, Public Sector Research of Deloitte, USA, in an interview with PING Network says,"Massive growth in variety of problem solvers" he also says,"India has a variety of enterprise funding social ventures".
Crowdfunding is a global phenomenon with the World Bank releasing a report predicting that the global crowdfunding industry could grow into $96 billion per year by 2025. Read more: http://j.mp/1E4zNnV Join NCFA Canada who catches 10 minutes with one of the leading research participants in the study, Dr. Richard Swart, Director Crowdfunding Research at UC Berkeley and co-founder of Program for Innovation in Entrepreneurial and Social Finance at the university. Richard currently leads the research team studying how crowdfunding, and other innovations in entrepreneurial finance models, are helping startups get funded. He is an active director/advisor to several startups and works internationally with policy makers and governments on crowdfunding and entrepreneurial issues. Learn more: h...