Gold and the International Monetary System in a New Era

Paris, France

November 19, 1999



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?



  • Anthony NEUBERGER: London Business School
  • Antonio CASAS GONZALEZ: President, Central Bank of Venezuela
  • Christian DE BOISSIEU: Professor of Economics, University of Paris
  • D. AJIT: Director in the Department of Economic Analysis and Policy, Reserve Bank of India
  • Edmond ALPHANDERY: Chairman, CNP
  • Geoffrey WOOD: Professor of Economics, City University, London
  • George VOJTA: Chairman, Westchester Group
  • Harold JAMES: Professor of History, Author of the Official History of the IMF
  • Heiner FLASSBECK: Former Deputy Finance Minister of Germany
  • Jean Claude TRICHET: Governor, Bank of France
  • Jean Pierre LANDAU: Director, French Banking Association
  • Jean Pierre PATAT: Executive Director, Bank of France
  • Jessica CROSS: Director, Virtual Metals
  • Krzysztof MAJCZUK: Director, National Bank of Poland
  • Marc FLANDREAU: Economist, Observatoire Française Conjoncture
  • Patrick ARTUS: Chief Economist, Caisse des Depots
  • Radek URBAN: Executive Director, Financial Markets, Czech National Bank
  • Robert MUNDELL, C. Lowell Harris Professor of Economics, Columbia University, Nobel Prize in Economic Science
  • Robert RAYMOND: Chairman, CPR, Former Director-General, European Monetary Institute, Former Executive Director, Bank of France
  • Stewart MURRAY: Chief Executive, London Bullion Market Association
  • Yukio YOSHIMURA: Executive Director for Japan, IMF

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