For more than two decades, Hertz's economic predictions have not only been accurate and ahead of the curve, but crucial for the success of the world's economy. Often called upon to consult for multinational corporations and high profile CEOs, Hertz has become one of the most influential economists on the international stage. From prime ministers to presidents, global superpowers to emerging markets, Hertz helps make sense of a complex world.
Currently the Duisenberg Professor of Finance, Globalization and Sustainability based at both Erasmus University and University of Cambridge, Hertz's work offers a much needed blueprint for rethinking economics. Her unique, integrated approach weaves traditional economic analysis into foreign policy trends, psychology and sociology, all against a backdrop of a profound understanding of shifting geopolitical tectonics.
Focus: Business, Debt, Development, Economy, Environment, Finance, Globalization, Poverty, Trade,
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Last Updated: Oct 09, 2009