Global Economic Governance: Progress and Prospects in the G20, International Monetary Fund, and World Bank

Introductory Speaker:
Stewart M. Patrick Senior Fellow and Director, Program on International Institutions and Global Governance, Council on Foreign Relations
Eli Whitney Debevoise II Partner, Arnold & Porter LLP, Former U.S. Executive Director, World Bank
Arvind Subramanian Senior Fellow, Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development; Senior Research Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Antoine W. van Agtmael Chairman and Chief Investment Officer, Emerging Markets Management LLC, Director, Strategic Investment Group
David E. Sanger Chief Washington Correspondent, New York Times

A panel of experts discuss how various international institutions such as the G20, IMF, and World Bank are playing a role in today's system of global economic governance.

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