Newsletter By     2022-01-21
The dollar's volatility has intensified as the Federal Reserve continues to signal monetary tightening. The continual fluctuation of the U.S. dollar in the post-pandemic period, as well as its impact on the RMB exchange rate, are posing accumulated external risks for the world and China. Economists at ANBOUND has previously noted the increased volatility and accelerated cycle of the U.S. dollar in the post-pandemic period. In regard to the RMB exchange rate, this will continue to affect China's economy and its financial markets. On the one hand, because of the perplexity of the dollar, it is vital to improving market education, guide firms to stick to the RMB's neutral expectation and build a risk hedging mechanism. On the other hand, supervision over cross-border capital flows should be strengthened to avoid the impact of excessive capital flows. Sustaining the RMB exchange rate's stability therefore, is a vital foundation for maintaining the country’s economic stability and growth. >>
【KC's Column】 Generally speaking, intellectuals who are paying attention to public issues and public interests are considered to be public intellectuals. This has little to do with their academic fields or professions, but it does have a lot to do with basic ethics, public views, a sense of responsibility, and traditional culture. Internet intellectuals on the other hand, would be more often than not deviating from public issues and pay more attention to controversial ones to gain attention. These internet intellectuals often depend largely on advertising revenues generated online and they must meet the high requirements of view rates. A small number of intellectuals do care about public issues that are genuine, practical, objective, rational, and highly connected to social risks. Our world does not reward this, and for that reason, it is now scarce to find public intellectuals, and they will become even scarcer in the future, said Kung Chan, founder of ANBOUND. >>
At Econsult Solutions, Inc. (ESI), Frank Robinson, Director, and Lee Huang, President and Principal discuss the importance of equityand inclusion and innovation as cities reassess their value proposition in a post-pandemic world. Cities have always competed as places of human expression, cultural exchange, and commerce. An important way that future cities will compete is as inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystems. This is true for two reasons. First, in our global knowledge economy, regions compete through innovation. Second, innovation requires diversity and intensity of interaction. The cities of the future that thrive will do so by creating inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystems that address structural barriers and create access points for diverse participation. Which begs the question that we will be exploring further this year: how do you make that happen? Read more about The Future of Cities is Inclusive Entrepreneurial Ecosystems.
Making judgement in the information analysis profession is not an easy feat. According to the basic model of information analysis, there will not be only one logical line of judgment but several, depending on the number of possibilities. At this stage, all of these logical lines of analysis seem to make some sense, or there is no sufficient reason to reject them. It is also at this point that there will be a "process of gradual revision" with the so-called misjudgments, as well as differences in timing, efficiency, and decision-making. In the end, there is only one correct logical line that can be verified by the final facts. The confidence indicates that different levels of trust should be assigned to the judgment, and therefore a great deal of responsibility should be assumed. ANBOUND research teams, for example, have been given with high reliance by clients over the three decades, which demonstrated their capability and level of judgment. Whether the analytical conclusion is trusted and adopted, yet will depend on many factors. >>
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