CGS Roundtable Series

Director: Benn Steil, Senior Fellow and Director of International Economics
December 1, 2004 - January 1, 2006

This meeting series is designed to bring Council members together in a small seminar environment to discuss new and innovative thinking at the intersection of economics and foreign policy.

Meetings

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Worlds Apart - Measuring International and Global Inequality

Speaker Branko MilanovicCarnegie Endowment
Presider Roger C. KlineDirector, McKinsey & Company, Inc.
December 13, 2005

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Can American Trade Deficits and Chinese Surpluses be Sustained?

Speakers Nouriel RoubiniChairman, Roubini Global Economics; Professor of Economics & International Business, Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University, Brad W. SetserDirector of Global Research, Roubini Global Economics; International Affairs Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, 2002–2003
Presider Peter R. FisherManaging Director, BlackRock
November 22, 2005

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The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth

Speaker Benjamin M. FriedmanWilliam Joseph Maier Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University
Presider Yves-Andre IstelRothschild North America, Inc.
October 25, 2005

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Immigration Reform in the United States: Problems and Prospects

Speaker Jagdish N. BhagwatiSenior Fellow, International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
Presider William F. WechslerVice President, Greenwich Associates
June 29, 2005

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Capital Markets Sanctions: Should They Be Part of the Foreign Policy Arsenal?

Speaker Benn Steil
Presider William HeymanExecutive Vice President & Chief Investment Officer, The St. Paul Travelers Companies
February 15, 2005

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The Myth of Monetary Sovereignty

Presider John H. BiggsFormer Chairman & CEO, TIAA-CREF
Speaker Manuel HindsWhitney H. Shepardson Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
November 17, 2004

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Bailouts or Bail-Ins? Responding to Financial Crises in Emerging Economies

Presider David R. MalpassChief Economist, Bear, Stearns & Co., Inc.
Speakers Nouriel RoubiniAssociate Professor of Economics & International Business, Stern School of Business, New York University, Brad W. SetserResearch Associate, Global Economic Governance Program, University College, Oxford, Former International Affairs Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations (2003-2004)
October 8, 2004

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International Economic and Financial Cooperation: New Issues, New Actors, New Responses

Presider Manuel HindsFormer Finance Minister, El Salvador, and Visiting Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Speakers Jeffrey R. ShaferVice Chairman, Public Sector Client Group, Citigroup Global Markets, Inc., Peter B. KenenSenior Fellow, International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
September 10, 2004

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