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Vince Hooper

Dr Vince Hooper is an associate professor at the Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University, Saudi Arabia.

He is a British/Australian citizen and an expert and consultant in international finance to major multinational enterprises. He publishes in top journals like the International Journal of Forecasting, on volatility. He has served on the faculty at the Australian National University and the Australian School of Business. He has organized two major symposiums on the global financial crisis in Australia [2008] and Britain [2012] appropriately titled the “Time Varying Correlation and Volatility Symposium” which has enjoyed participation and input by world leading financial economists with coverage by the BBC. He has been a contributor to the AFR, SMH and ABC amongst other leading media on the Euro, the GFC, as well as financial market regulation.

As Managing Director of Plymouth Videoconferencing Services he is establishing educational programmes in Brunei, China, Kazakhstan and the Middle East for Australian and UK Institutions.

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Health - 8/11/2023 - 2 comments
Geopolitical risks associated with giant infrastructure projects: are diversified sea routes more sustainable?
International - 1/11/2023 - 3 comments
Reconsidering the UN Refugee Convention: examining Suella Braverman's perspective
International - 26/10/2023 - 3 comments
Saudi Arabia's electrifying vision: accelerating the electric vehicle revolution.
International - 12/10/2023 - 2 comments
Striking a balance: climate change realism in a world of hysteria
Environment - 3/10/2023 - 10 comments
China at a crossroads: the future of the 'Chinese miracle’ within the context of a possible financial crisis 2023
International - 14/09/2023 - 3 comments
Pioneering Kurdistan's economic future
International - 8/09/2023 - 3 comments
Navigating energy transition: achieving goal congruence amidst oil companies' green commitments
Environment - 18/08/2023 - 13 comments
Algorithmic fairness in Australia's healthcare: fostering inclusivity for indigenous communities
Health - 15/08/2023 - 6 comments
Rising from the ashes: central banks must embrace the fintech challenge to rebuild trust in times of crisis
Economics - 11/08/2023 - 3 comments
Navigating economic waters: pondering currency prospects for BRICS nations and MENA region advantages in August 2023 BRICS meeting
Economics - 8/08/2023 - 3 comments
Were the US and Australia robbed of FIFA tournament, and what to do about it
Law & Liberties - 24/01/2019 - 9 comments
A Brexit World? EU plus One
International - 4/09/2017 - 8 comments
Pendulum swing from globalization to protectionism?
Economics - 29/08/2017 - 38 comments
Is global banks’ exposure to global shipping being neglected by markets?
Economics - 1/11/2016 - 1 comment
Can Australian foreign aid be better allocated?
International - 17/06/2016 - 3 comments
Brexit is the only way to bring EU reforms
International - 26/05/2016 - 9 comments
Redefining regionalism
International - 9/01/2013 - 4 comments
Evaluating the world risk factors for Australian financial markets for 2013
Economics - 7/01/2013 - 1 comment
Working with our neighbours
Economics - 27/04/2009 - 7 comments

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