Economic Assets Group

• Macroeconomic Strategy for Sustained Development of Economic Community Platforms •

In a globally integrated world, municipal, state, regional and national economic communities cannot not afford to presume their current economic leadership, stability or even survival can be sustained. Instead, policymakers and community leaders must manage the brand of their entire macroeconomic platform vis-a-vis a cohesive underlying portfolio and forward/backward linkages.

• Monetary Policy & System Analysis in Asia •

The macroeconomies, financial systems, and monetary policies in Asia are undergoing fundamental changes shaped by structural and political economy reforms and developments. Regardless of public or private sector, the ability to risk manage these changes in both advanced and emerging Asia requires a robust and holistic understanding of an Asia under transformation.

• Global Strategic Investing Theory •

Essential lessons from modern economic theory are applied to performance comparison across sovereign nations. Macroeconomic factors are used as indictors of long-term potential economic performance, and for comparing relative returns to investment.

• Academic & Professional Educational Branding •

Students from pre-school to graduate school can no longer rely on traditional indicators for admission to school/job of their choice. Likewise, professionals are facing a hyper-competitive and internationalized market that is increasingly without job tenure or security. Personalized economic branding can help students and professionals both compete effectively for placement at elite institutions and design pathways optimally suited for the individual.

Increasingly economics and finance have been added to the curricula of secondary schools, though often without the benefit of a well-developed program. At the undergraduate and graduate levels, economics and finance programs are often watered down, isolated from their social science roots, left independent of key numerical platforms, or lacking in mathematical and intellectual rigor. Without sound curriculum design, economics and finance students will continue to lose academic and professional advantage to well-prepared mathematics, science, and engineering students.