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2001 G8 Pre-Summit Academic Symposium

Assembling a New International Financial Architecture:
The Deeper Challenges Summit

17 July, 2001
LUISS University
12, Viale Pola
Rome, Italy

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Draft Conference Program

A. Welcome and Introduction: Governing Global Finance - The Key Issues

Professor Paolo Savona, Guido Carli Association, LUISS Guido Carli University, The Global Monetary System and its Challenges

Professor John Kirton, G8 Research Group, University of Toronto, The G7's Role and Response

B. Assembling a New International Financial Architecture: Past Performance, Present Challenges

Professor George Von Furstenberg, Fordham, One Region, One Money: Implications of Regional Currency Consolidation for Financial Services [PDF]

Sir Nicholas Bayne, London School of Economics and Political Science, Reforming the International Financial Architecture: G7's Successes and Shortcomings [PDF]

C. Generating Global Growth in the "New Economy"

Professor Alan Rugman, University of Oxford, Multinationals, Britain, the Euro and North America

Professor Andreas Freytag, Cologne, Generating Global Growth in the "New Economy"

D. Preventing and Containing Crises: The IFI and Private Sector Roles

Takashi Kiuchi, Shinsei Bank, Japan, Japan, Asia and the Rebuilding of Financial Sector

Giorgio Gomel, Head of International Relations, Bank of Italy, Crisis prevention and the role of IMF conditionality

E. The Need for New Directions: Recapturing Monetary Sovereignty from the Market

Professor Paolo Savona, Guido Carli Association, LUISS Guido Carli University, On Some Unresolved Problems Of Monetary Theory And Policy [PDF]

Professor Michele Fratianni, Indianna, International Lender of Last Resort: A Concept in Search of a Meaning [PDF]

Professor Dominick Salvatore, Fordham, Problems and Reforms of the International Monetary System

F. Concluding Roundtable: What Should the G7 Do? Chair: John Kirton

Professor Von Furstenberg, Fordham, North American Perspectives

Professor Michele Fratianni, Indianna University, European Perspectives

Takashi Kiuchi, Shinsei Bank, Japan, Asian Perspectives

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