Views from the Members

Barbara C. Matthews: The OCC Licensing Drama Continues

Barbara C. Matthews is a Managing Director at KPMG and a Non-resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council.

As originally published on The FinTech RegTrends Blog www.fintechreg.biz.

Lawrence H. Summers: Less is more when it comes to Federal Reserve policy

Column by Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot University professor at Harvard and a former U.S. Treasury Secretary.

As published in the Financial Times.

Remarks By Paul A. Volcker at the Bretton Woods Committee 2017 Annual Meeting

Remarks by Paul A. Volcker at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Bretton Woods Committee
April 19, 2017

Views from the Members: How the ‘T’ time is affecting Emerging Markets by Lourdes Casanova

Bretton Woods Committee Member Lourdes Casanova is Senior Lecturer and Director at the Emerging Markets Institute at Cornell University's S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management.

Views from the Members: As Trump Retreats, China Scales Up Global Economic Leadership by Kevin P. Gallagher

This article has been reprinted with the permission of the Financial Times

Bretton Woods Committee member Kevin P. Gallagher is a Professor of Global Development Policy at Boston University’s Pardee School for Global Studies, where he co-directs the Global Economic Governance Initiative.

Views from the Members: Development Finance in the Age of Trump: Back to the Future? by Raj M. Desai

Bretton Woods Committee member Raj M. Desai is a Professor at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He is also Visiting Fellow of Global Economy and Development at Brookings Institution.

Lawrence H. Summers: Revoking trade deals will not help American middle classes

Column by Lawrence H. Summers, Charles W. Eliot University professor at Harvard and a former U.S. Treasury Secretary.

William R. Rhodes: A New Era of Economic Uncertainty

Remarks by William R. Rhodes, President and CEO of William R. Rhodes Global Advisors, LLC and author of Banker to the World: lessons from the Front Lines of Global Finance.

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