Bretton Woods@75 Blog
Institutions are products of their time, and essentially all have sell-by dates. They typically arise to meet a given challenge, and if proven durable become embedded in the fabric of their environment—at least, up to a point.
|Tue, Feb 19, 2019|
Both the Committee and emerging market investment field have been in existence for roughly half the period of the 75-year history of the Bretton Woods institutions.
|Thu, Mar 14, 2019|
July 1, 2019 will mark 75 years since the United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire in 1944. It is an understatement to say that the global economy has changed since the delegates of 44 nations gathered at Bretton Woods; yet, the changes of the past 75 years may pale in comparison to the economic transformations ahead.
|Thu, Nov 29, 2018|
|James M. Boughton:
As the world economy and its governance structure continue to evolve at an accelerating rate, calls for reform of multilateral institutions are growing louder.
|Tue, Feb 5, 2019|
|Ousmène Jacques Mandeng:
Financial technology seems set to have a major impact on monetary relations.
|Wed, Apr 17, 2019|
|Dr. Abdulhamid Alkhalifa:
Dr. Abdulhamid Alkhalifa, a Saudi Arabian national, is the Director-General and Chief Executive Officer of OFID - the OPEC Fund for International Development.
|Wed, Apr 24, 2019|
Paul James Sheard is an Australian-American economist. He is Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School's Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government.
|Mon, Apr 29, 2019|
The successful crafting of the Bretton Woods global economic architecture at the end of WWII followed decades of monumental destruction, bloodshed, and misery.
|Mon, Apr 1, 2019|
Few initiatives would be more in keeping with the spirit and goals of the Bretton Woods Committee than the development of wide spread use of a truly international currency—the IMF’s SDR.
|Tue, Feb 19, 2019|
|Luis San Vincente Portes:
The architecture of the liberal world-order ---mainly that of the post-war era--- has relied on the principle of national self-determination and a rule-based framework underpinning diplomatic and economic relations.
|Mon, Mar 25, 2019|