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Harry Broadman Litigation Expert/Academic on Emerging Markets and Global Transaction Advisory
We are in an era of profound uncertainty. Senior Fellow, International Economics, Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Broadman explains required collective action for the economic policy landscape. The over-arching issue should be decoupling? Are we going inward away from China? Where is the growth going to come from?
Dr. Harry Broadman is a member of the international economics faculty at Johns Hopkins University and also a Managing Director and the Chair of the Emerging Markets Practice at BRG. He serves on several corporate boards; writes monthly global business columns for Forbes and Gulf News; and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Bretton Woods Committee.
Harry Broadman, managing director and chair of emerging markets practice at Berkeley Research Group and former assistant U.S. trade representative and discusses the U.S.-China trade negotiations, the phased approach they are taking, growth in the U.S. and the prospects for phase 2. He speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”