Views from the Members

Gary Kleiman: 'Refugee bonds' could help Bangladesh cope with Rohingya emergency

Gary Kleiman is a pioneer and recognized expert in the field of global emerging economies and financial markets. He is a founder of the first consulting firm dedicated to providing independent analysis and advice to public and private sector clients in 1987, and research coverage and firsthand experience covers 75 countries in all developing regions.

As originally published on Asia Times.

Views from the Members: Anthony Elson

Bretton Woods Committee Member Anthony Elson is a former senior staff member of the IMF and the author of The Global Financial Crisis in Retrospect: Evolution, Resolution and Lessons for Prevention (Palgrave Macmillan 2017).

Lord Adair Turner: The Normalization Delusion

Lord Adair Turner, a former chairman of the United Kingdom's Financial Services Authority and former member of the UK's Financial Policy Committee, is Chairman of the Institute for New Economic Thinking. The paperback edition of his book Between Debt and the Devil has now been published, with a new Afterword assessing the latest economic developments and their political consequences.

As originally published on Project Syndicate.

Azita Raji: Russia’s Cold War With Scandinavia

Ms. Azita Raji, a senior fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, was the U.S. ambassador to Sweden (2016-17).

As originally published in the Wall Street Journal

Lawrence Summers: Why the Federal Reserve’s job will get harder

Lawrence H. Summers was director of the National Economic Council for President Barack Obama until November 2011. He is currently the Charles W. Eliot University Professor at Harvard University and Weil Director, Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government at the Harvard Kennedy School.

As originally published in the Financial Times.

C. Randall Henning: How Greece could escape debtors’ prison–if Europe opens the door

C. Randall Henning is a professor of international economic relations at American University's School of International Service. He specializes in international and comparative political economy, global governance and regional integration.

As originally published on The Conversation.

Willam Jannace et al: Accounting for Trade: President Trump and the “Geopolitical Balance Sheet”

William Jannace is a securities attorney with over twenty-five years of experience in the U.S. securities markets. In addition, Mr. Jannace is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham School of Law, where he teaches a course on Global Capital Markets and Corporate Governance.

As originally published in New York University's Perspectives on Global Issues.

Francesco Stipo: Funding World Bank Should be Congressional Priority

Francesco Stipo is the President of the Houston Energy Club, a member of the National Press Club in Washington D.C., a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science, and recently joined the Bretton Woods Committee. Born in Italy in 1973, Dr. Stipo is a naturalized United States citizen. He holds a Ph.D. in International Law and a Master Degree in Comparative Law from the University of Miami.

As originally published on Newsmax.

Timothy Adams: Gutting the Dodd-Frank financial reform law won't help the budget

Timothy D. Adams is president and chief executive officer of the Institute of International Finance. He served as undersecretary for international affairs at the U.S. Treasury Department under President George W. Bush. He also served as chief of staff to both former Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill and Treasury Secretary John Snow.

As originally published on The Hill.

Scott Morris: What the AIIB Can Do for the Multilateral System

Scott Morris is a Senior Fellow and Director of the US Development Policy Initiative at the Center for Global Development.

As originally published by the Center for Global Development.

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