Events, Interviews, Discussions- Making Globalization Work

Making Globalization Work; Lee C. Bollinger, Tina Rosenberg, Nancy Birdsall, George Soros, and Joseph E. Stiglitz discuss solutions for some of the world's most pressing problems, such as debt, unfair trade, the "resource curse", the need to curb harmful emissions and world poverty at Columbia University.

Clinton Global Initiative 2006

IMF-World Bank Program of Seminars at annual meeting –Singapore (not yet online)

New Foundations of Cost-Benefit Analysis (not yet online)

How Nations Prosper: Economic Freedom and Doing Business in 2007 (tomorrow)

James Galbraith, an economist at the University of Texas, talks on the outlook for the U.S. economy (podcast)

Discussions about the IMF-World Bank annual meetings issues at PSD Blog;
Private sector public goods
Business takes on the poverty penalty
Can the World Bank fight corruption?
Economists debate financial sector in India and China
Reforming collateral laws

Roubini has a couple of posts on the IMF-World Bank annual meeting

FT Interview with Clinton

FT special coverage of Clinton Summit

The latest Foreign Exchange show;
“The World Bank and the IMF are getting together for their annual meeting in Singapore. This year it's not just talk of exchange rates and balance of payments - the United States is pushing hard to give greater weight to Asian and other emerging market economies. To help us understand the dynamics at play, we're joined by Zanny Minton-Beddoes, Washington Economics Editor from The Economist.”


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