What is the Paradigm of the Global Economy Today ?

Washington D.C., USA

April 15, 2016



This seminar explored the views of a diverse group of panelists on whether a new pardgim has emerged for the global economy.



  • Anna GELPERN: Professor of Law, Georgetown University
  • Beat SIEGENTHALER: Global Macro Advisor, UBS Investment Bank
  • Changyong RHEE: Director, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF
  • Christian KOPF: Partner, Spinnaker Capital Limited
  • Eduardo LEVY YEYATI: Visiting Professor, Harvard Kennedy School
  • Frank WARNOCK: james C. Wheat, Jr. Chair, Darden School of Business, University of Virginia
  • Haizhou HUANG: Managing Director, China International Capital Corporation
  • Hung TRAN: Executive Managing Director, Global Capital Markets, Institute for International Finance
  • Jacob FRENKEL: Chairman, JP Morgan Chase International, Former Governor of Bank of Israel
  • Jae KU: Director, US-Korea Institute at SAIS
  • James BULLARD: President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
  • Klaas KNOT: President, Dutch Central Bank
  • Marc UZAN: Executive Director, Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
  • Mark BOWMAN: Director General, International and EU, HM Treasury
  • Massimiliano CASTELLI: Managing Director, Head of Strategy, Global Sovereign Markets, UBS Global Asset Management
  • Minouche SHAFIK: Deputy Governor, Bank of England
  • Paolo MAURO: Senior Fellow, Peterson institute for International Economics
  • Philip LANE: Governor, central Bank of Ireland
  • Robert SHILLER: Sterling Professor of Economics, Yale University
  • Sean HAGAN: General Counsel and Director, Legal Department, IMF
  • Sergei STORCHAK: Deputy Finance Minister, Russian Federation
  • Stijn CLAESSENS: Senior Adviser, International Finance Division, Federal Reserve Board
  • Yanqing YANG: Deputy Editor-in-Chief, China Business News

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