Why has America stopped investing in itself? We speak with Christine Loh who is a Hong Kong-based academic, environmentalist, and former government official with deep ties to the United States
Professor Christine Loh is Chief Development Strategist, Institute for the Environment, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She is also Visiting Professor, Anderson School of Management, UCLA. Dr Loh is a former legislator and government minister in Hong Kong. She serves on numerous international boards and advisory bodies related to the environment and philanthropy.
Why has America stopped investing in itself? Why do things—from cell phones to highways to schools to trains—work so much better in so many countries that used to look to the United States as their model? Tällberg’s New Thinking for a New World podcast explores those questions and others with Christine Loh who is a Hong Kong-based academic, environmentalist, and former government official with deep ties to—and deep affection for–the United States. Her conversation with Alan Stoga raises questions about whether, how and if the country can recover its dynamism.
Not to be trite or political, but can America be great again?
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