Making the International Financial Architecture Work for Trade and Development.“ The report identifies how to establish a more stable and inclusive international monetary and financial system to support trade and development challenges over the coming years.
Tuesday, October 6th, 12:00–2:00 pm
Starr Foundation Hall, UL102
63 Fifth Avenue
Presentations will be made by Dean Baker, Executive Director of the Center for Economic Policy Research, and Elissa Braunstein, Associate Professor at Colorado State University and a consultant with UNCTAD. William Milberg, Dean of the New School for Social Research, will provide introductory remarks.
Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis (SCEPA) works to bring reality into conventional economics. An economic policy think tank within the department of economics at The New School, we provide scholars, non-profits, and government officials with research on key policy issues.