How the Financial Elite & Their Networks Rule our World, with Sandra Navidi
Sandra Navidi is a macroeconomic consultant and strategic relationship manager. She is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of BeyondGlobal, an international management consultancy.
Sandra worked closely with renowned economist Nouriel Roubini as Director of Research Strategies and Senior Relationship Manager at Roubini Global Economics.
She is an expert commentator on financial markets and author of the bestselling book “$uper-hubs: How the Financial Elite and their Networks rule the World“.
The book combines an insider’s knowledge with principles of network science. In Superhubs, Sandra offers a startling new perspective on how the financial system really operates.
In this episode of Informed Choice Radio, I speak to Sandra about what really happens at places like Davos, some of the common traits of the global financial elite, whether Brexit is an example of the elites losing their power, why women are the missing link, and much more.
Welcome to Superhubs with Sandra Navidi, in episode 196 of Informed Choice Radio.[clickToTweet tweet=”‘The more homogeneous the network becomes, the more fragile it becomes’ @sandranavidi” quote=”‘The more homogeneous the network becomes, the more fragile it becomes’ @sandranavidi”]
Some questions I ask:
-What happens at Davos which makes it such an influential event and such an important place?
-What’s been the impact of the way these superhubs and these networks work on global finance?
-What are some of the common traits that you’ve identified?
-Where do women feature in this, and what role could they play within superhubs?
-Is where you went to school still really important when it comes to finance networks and superhubs?
-Is Brexit an example of superhubs starting to lose out to the power of the people?
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