Monetary and Financial Shifts: Challenges and Possible Outcomes

Lima, Peru

October 6, 2015



Rapid growth in China, the rise of Asia and the BRICs, globalization, economic convergence, and changes in the international financial system – in short assumptions about the underpinnings of the future of the world economy – are being called into question by the legacy of the 2008 great recession. This high level seminar, held during the fall IMF/World Bank meetings and organized in cooperation with the Central Bank of Peru, helped bring into focus the secular forces that will shape the global economy in the years to come. 



  • Axel WEBER: Chairman of the Board, UBS
  • Barry EICHENGREEN: Professor of Economics and Political Science, UC Berkeley
  • Boris VUJCIC: Governor, Central Bank of Croatia
  • David DAOKUI LI: Professor of Economics, Tsinghua University
  • Erdem BASCI: Governor, Central Bank of Turkey
  • Erik BERGLOF: Professor, London School of Economics
  • Felipe LARRAIN: Professor of Economics, University di Catolica, Chile
  • Heenam CHOI: Deputy Finance Minister, Ministry of Finance and Strategy Korea
  • Ignazio ANGELONI: Member of the Supervisory Board, European Central Bank
  • Jaime CARUANA: General Manager, BIS
  • Jin LIQUIN: Secretary General Designate, Asian Infrastructure Bank
  • Joe STIGLITZ: Professor of Economics, Columbia University
  • Jose URIBE: Governor, Central Bank of Colombia
  • Jose VINALS: Director, International Monetary fund
  • Julio VELARDE: Governor, Central Reserve Bank of Peru
  • Kairat KELIMBETOV: Governor, Central Bank of Kazakhstan
  • Liliana ROJAS SUAREZ: CGD and CBP
  • Marc UZAN: Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
  • Pierre SILKOS: Senior Fellow, CIGI
  • Qiao YIDE: Secretary General, Shanghai Research Foundation
  • Thomas JORDAN: Chairman of the Board, Swiss National Bank
  • Yi GANG: Deputy Governor, PBOC
  • Zhou HAO: Associate Dean, People’s Bank of China School of Finance, Tsinghua University

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