Laurence Brahm (USA)

Laurence Brahm is a global activist, social entrepreneur, political economist, international mediator and film director. After filming a documentary in Tibet in 2002, he decides to leave his career as China policy and investment advisor. He pioneers the Himalayan and African Consensus movements dedicated to protecting ethnic diversity through sustainable economics. His previous books include Zhu Rongji: The Transformation of Modern China (John Wiley, 2001) and The Anti-Globalization Breakfast Club (John Wiley, 2009). He currently divides his time between China and the US, as Foreign Policy advisor to the 2016 Presidential candidate Jill Stein of the American Green Party. Fusion Economics: How Pragmatism is Changing the World is his latest book.