A New Chapter in the Global Economy

Washington D.C., USA

April 21, 2017 



Can the IMF’s recent anticipation that global growth will pick up be seen as an announcement for a new chapter for the global economy? Are we turning a corner? Is the global economic outlook indeed positive despite clear looming uncertainties and what is the prospect for sustainable growth in the years ahead?



  • Beat SIEGENTHALER: Global Macro Advisor, UBS Investment Bank
  • Ewald NOWOTNY: Governor, Central Bank of Austria
  • Jacob FRENKEL: Chairman, J.P. Morgan Chase International
  • Jae KU: Director, US Korea Institute at SAIS
  • James BACCHUS: Chair Global Practice, Greenberg Traurig
  • Jin KYO SUH: Visiting Fellow & Adjunct Professor, US Korea Institute at SAIS, Senior Research Fellow, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy
  • Juan Jose ECHEVARRIA: Governor, Central Bank of Colombia
  • Judy SHELTON: Senior Fellow, Atlas Network
  • Julio VELARDE: Governor, Central Bank of Peru
  • Kairat KELIMBETOV: Chairman, Astana International Financial Center
  • Liqing ZHANG: Professor and Director for International Finance Studies, Central University of Finance and Economics
  • Marc UZAN: Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
  • Massimiliano CASTELLI: Managing Director, UBS Global Asset Management
  • Perry WARJIYO: Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Indonesia
  • Philip LANE: Governor, Central Bank of Ireland
  • Qiangwu ZHOU: Director General, International Economics and Finance Institute, Ministry of Finance, China
  • Richard COOPER: Professor of Economics, Harvard University
  • Takatoshi ITO: Professor of Economics, Columbia University
  • Yanqing YANG: Deputy Editor in Chief, China Business News
  • Yide QIAO: Vice Chairman & Secretary General, Shanghai Development Research Foundation

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