The Financial Crisis: Long Term Implications

Speakers:
Greg Ip U.S. Economics Editor, The Economist
David Leonhardt Columnist, The New York Times
Sebastian Mallaby Director, R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies; Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
Presider:
Kevin Nealer Partner, The Scowcroft Group
Description

As Congress works to reach consensus on a financial bailout plan, questions about the long term consequences remain. Join our speakers to examine the complexity of the financial crisis and its proposed solution.

**PLEASE NOTE: This meeting will also be broadcast as a conference call.

More on this topic

Global Economic Trends: A Conversation with Joseph E. Stiglitz

Watch Dr. Stiglitz for a discussion of the financial crisis and his suggestions for a way forward that restores balance between markets and governments and addresses inequalities.

Wall Street in Crisis

Sebastian Mallaby and Roger Kubarych weigh in on the recent financial crisis and its immediate implications.

Currency Wars, Capital Controls, and the Outlook for the International Monetary System (Audio)

Experts discuss the the current global economy and their skepticism of effective capital control, as well as the future of currency pegging, fixed currency rates, and capital mobility.

This session was part of CFR's Stephen C. Friedheim Symposium on Global Economics which was made possible through generous support from Stephen C. Freidheim.

Terms of Use: I understand that I may access this audio and/or video file solely for my personal use. Any other use of the file and its content, including display, distribution, reproduction, or alteration in any form for any purpose, whether commercial, non commercial, educational, or promotional, is expressly prohibited without the written permission of the copyright owner, the Council on Foreign Relations. For more information, write publications@cfr.org.