AT Kearney Executive Roundtable Series

Director: Benn Steil, Senior Fellow and Director of International Economics
January 1, 2000 - September 1, 2002

This roundtable covers major issues in international economics of direct concern to American business. Prominent speakers from industry, government and academia are featured.

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Will the Administration’s Response to Terrorism Create Political Risk in the U.S. Economy?

Presider George J.W. GoodmanChairman, Adam Smith Television
Speakers Maurice R. GreenbergChief Executive Officer, American International Group, Inc., Vice Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations, Leo C. O'NeillPresident, Standard & Poor's
January 8, 2002

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Globalization of Antitrust Policy

Presider Richard N. GardnerProfessor of Law and International Organization, Columbia University; Counsel, Morgan Lewis LLP
Speakers Mario MontiCommissioner for Competition Policy, European Commission, Joel I. KleinChairman and CEO, Bertelsmann Inc.; former U.S. Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division
April 18, 2001

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Trade Policy: The Lessons of Seattle

Presider Leslie H. GelbPresident, Council on Foreign Relations
Speakers Robert B. ReichFormer U.S. Secretary of Labor, Council on Foreign Relations, Jagdish N. BhagwatiSenior Fellow, Economics
October 19, 2000

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Is There a Future for Genetically Engineered Food?

Presider Charlie RoseExecutive Producer and Host, Charlie Rose Show
Speakers Gordon ConwayPresident, The Rockefeller Foundation, Val GiddingsVice President for Food and Agriculture, Biotechnology Industry Organization, Margaret MellonAgriculture and Biotechnology Program Director, Union of Concerned Scientists
June 28, 2000

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The Coming Revolution in Cross-Border Equity Trading: The Stock Exchange as a Global Private Enterprise

Presider Benn Steil
Speakers Brandon BeckerPartner, Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering and former Director, Division of Market Regulation, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Paul ArlmanSecretary-General, Federation of European Stock Exchanges
October 13, 1999

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