OCED at the Turn of the Century: The World’s Window on Globalization

New York, USA

April 4-5, 1997



A month before the Ministerial Meeting of the OECD, The Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee met in New York as part of the continuing search for a new architecture for those international institutions that would be as modern as the financial markets themselves. The conference goal was both ambitious and important: to help forge updated rules for the modern, globalized economy and to discuss specifically the role of the OECD.

The two-day session was a unique dialogue between academics, private sector participants, and representatives of the organization. The discussions were provocative and probing, listening to a few prepared papers by speakers and then supplementing and debating the presentations, from a rainbow of perspectives.


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