Stephen Grenville

Stephen Grenville is a nonresident fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Sydney and a former deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia.

  • Bitcoin bubble to burst

    Asian regulators right to impose curbs, more warnings needed

  • Economic self-interest can fuel clean energy drive

    Cuts in coal could help Southeast Asia achieve both higher fuel consumption and lower emissions

  • Intellectual property rights row misses the point

    Trump demands will fall flat in China, which is following a well-worn path

  • Asian financial crisis exposed limits of neoliberalism

    Vulnerabilities remain 20 years on, despite West facing similar challenges

  • How China can ward off financial crisis

    Right policies on debt could help Beijing confound the pessimists again

  • Indonesian infrastructure weakness weighs on growth

    Commercial charges and 'value capture' needed to kick-start project financing

  • India's universal income plan is not just a distant dream

    Indian proposal would slice through red tape to alleviate poverty

  • Will Trump declare a currency war?

    The U.S. president could find this weapon to be less effective than he thought

  • How Asia should respond to Trump's flawed trade agenda

    President-elect's protectionism will hurt US, but wider damage can be avoided

  • US election puts TPP in doubt

  • Central bankers 'pushing on a string'

  • Australia needs better foreign investment rules

  • Asian central banks should 'keep calm and carry on'

  • Chilling lessons for the world from Australia's election

  • Economic risks of Brexit are big but unclear

  • India bids farewell to its 'maverick' central bank governor

  • Turnbull visit highlights the challenge of managing relations with China

  • No way out for global economic policy ?

  • Market noise drowns out serious policy discussion

  • China should devalue, now