Professor Andrew Harding is a well-known expert on comparative constitutional law, who has devoted much scholarly time in studying Malaysia as well as other Southeast Asian countries, and authoring or editing more than 20 books.
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus is the father of both social business and microcredit. For his constant innovation and enterprise, the Fortune Magazine named Professor Yunus in March 2012 as “one of the greatest entrepreneurs of our time.”
From flooding and drought to destructive cyclones and atmospheric hazards, such events are increasingly cast as heralds of a new era in earth’s history, the so-called Anthropocene, in which we have only ourselves to blame and scientific experts to save us from the consequences of human-induced climate change.
This lecture will briefly touch upon issues related to (1) whether capital control policies are beneficial to the economy, (2) whether monetary policy and bank risk-taking affect financial markets and drive corporate investment, and (3) whether a firm’s investment decisions affect firm performance.
Free Musical Concert at Sunway University on April 7 (JC1, Level 1, 4pm-6pm) performed by the renown pianist and virtuoso Antonio Galera. Don’t miss it! An event organised by the Department of Performance and Media, School of Arts.
This lecture explores the way in which a playhouse was managed in eighteenth-century France, especially the strategies developed to break down the commercialization of Parisian performances by the ‘Théâtres de boulevard’.
When a composer sits down with a blank sheet of paper, or a blank computer screen, what is the process that leads to a completed piece of music? Further, how does that completed work become a performance?
Your personality is what makes you an individual, but what is it? How unique are you? Is your personality determined by your genes or by your environment? Is the structure of human personality the same across the World? Have humans always had the same personalities?