00:01    |    
Initial credits
00:19    |    
Introduction
00:37    |    
Which economic philosophies shaped your knowledge about the market?
03:32    |    
What is the main idea behind Commanding Heights?
05:47    |    
Is globalization a new phenomenon?
08:09    |    
Is globalization an ongoing process? Is it inevitable?
09:15    |    
What is the difference between globality and globalization?
10:39    |    
What is the role of government in the globalization process?
12:54    |    
Is communism dead? Will other socialist movements emerge?
15:54    |    
Why do people perceive themselves as potential losers when it comes to commerce?
17:41    |    
What has changed, three years after Commanding Heights?
20:07    |    
How will the current Chinese political system affect the economic development of China?
23:15    |    
What is the current state of the oil market? Will the world economy continue to be oil-dependent?
26:09    |    
Are we running out of oil?
28:23    |    
Should high oil prices lead to more investment, exploration and production?
29:25    |    
What is your understanding of the meaning of energy security?
31:48    |    
What advice can you give to Guatemala?
34:04    |    
Closing
34:23    |    
Final credits



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Interview with Daniel Yergin

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Interview with Daniel Yergin
Daniel Yergin, Fritz Thomas

Special Collections Room
Universidad Francisco Marroquin
Guatemala, November 6, 2006

A New MediaUFM production. Guatemala, November 2006
Camera 1: Sergio Miranda; camera 2: Jorge Samayoa; digital editing: Alexander Arauz; index: Christiaan Ketelaar; publication: Pedro David España
 




Daniel Yergin is cofounder and chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associates. He is author of Commanding Heights: The Battle for…

Doctor en Economía y profesor universitario

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Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín