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People | experts Stephen Grenville
Nonresident Fellow
Lowy Institute
Areas of ExpertiseRegional economic integration; Australia's economic relations with East Asia; international financial flows and the global financial architecture; financial sector development in East Asia

Closer ties mean sharing our icons

In this opinion piece in the Australian Financial Review, Lowy Institute Visiting Fellow Stephen Grenville argues the case for a common Australian-New Zealand currency. Australian Financial Review, 11 September 2006, p. 20

NZ tests a capital idea

In this opinion piece, Stephen Grenville looks at one of globalisation's unresolved policy challenges. Australian Financial Review, 3 July 2006, p. 24

IMF needs the Group of 20

In this opinion piece, Stephen Grenville examines the role of the International Monetary Fund and the need for its reform. Australian Financial Review, 26 June 2006, p. 24

A case for reform

The international economic architecture is overdue for renovation. Product of a simpler, post-war world, it faces the challenge of adapting to a new century characterised by emerging middle-class economies, new regional alliances, and crumbling ruins in once great superpowers. Stephen Grenville

China current account and personal freedom

Lowy Institute Visiting Fellow Stephen Grenville argues that unpegging the yuan must be a measured process. A version of this opinion piece was published in the Australian Financial Review as: China right to capitalise on caution.Australian Financial Review, 23 February 2006, p. 63

Indonesia needs rules know-how

Lowy Institute Visiting Fellow Stephen Grenville writes about an unexpected way for Australia to make a big difference in Indonesia.Australian Financial Review, 17 October 2005, p. 27

A better sense of balance

Lowy Institute Visiting Fellow Stephen Grenville writes on the risks we face in any realignment of international payments. Australian Financial Review, 14 October 2005, Review p. 3

Let sit down and make a deal

Stephen Grenville writes in this opinion piece that instead of bullying China over the yuan, international co-ordination holds the answer to international payments imbalances.Australian Financial Review, 6 June 2005, p. 23

Asia faces capital conundrum

Stephen Grenville, Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute, writes that there are serious global imbalances apart from the US current account deficit.Australian Financial Review, 21 March 2005, p. 25

The Asian side of the coin

Stephen Grenville looks at the inevitable adjustment of the US current account deficit from the Asian point of view. Australian Financial Review, 22 November 2004, p. 23

Unfinished business

Stephen Grenville reviews "Why globalisation works", by Martin Wolf (Yale University Press, 2004). Australian Financial Review, 12 November 2004, Review p. 5

A currency union is not what Asia needs

Stephen Grenville writes on possible models for economic integration in Asia, and suggests that convergence of economic rules would be more useful than currency union. Financial Times, 30 August 2004, p. 17

Golden straitjackets can chafe

Trade agreements, such as the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement, are usually evaluated in terms of their success in reducing tariffs and other barriers to market access. These negotiations, however, present a more important opportunity - to improve the rules which govern international economic

The world viewed from Wall Street

Dr Stephen Grenville, Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute, finds lessons for Australia in a new book from ex-US treasury secretary Robert Rubin. Originally published in the Australian, 2 June 2004, p. 24, as "Rubinomics explained

Integration: "think global, act regional"

As international integration continues, the scarcity of rules governing these cross-country relationships becomes more pressing. The multilateral framework has gone some distance to proving international rules, but these can be usefully supplemented both by regional efforts to get a louder voice in