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Guest Lecture: David Skilling - Small Countries in the Global Economy: Thoughts on New Zealand

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Presentation material for David Skilling lecture 'Small Countries in the Global Economy: Thoughts on New Zealand', presented at the Treasury on 15 May 2012.

Biography

David is the founding Director of Landfall Strategy Group, a Singapore-based advisory firm that works with governments of small developed countries on strategic issues.  David is currently Senior Advisor, Strategy, to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Trade in New Zealand, is a Fellow at the Civil Service College in Singapore, where he works with the Singapore government, and writes extensively on globalisation, policy, and public sector issues from a small country perspective.  Previously David worked with McKinsey & Company in Singapore, was the founding CEO of The New Zealand Institute, and was a Principal Advisor at the New Zealand Treasury.  David has Masters’ and PhD degrees in Public Policy from Harvard University, a Masters’ degree in Economics from Auckland University, and is a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum.