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1998
 

Globalization: The Concept, Causes, and Consequences
by John Williamson, The World Bank
Keynote address to the Congress of the Sri Lankan Association for the Advancement of Science
Colombo, Sri Lanka
December 15, 1998

Market Oriented Solutions to Financial Crises
by Catherine L. Mann, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Statement presented at a conference sponsored by Heinrich Boll Foundation and Friends of the Earth
December 14, 1998

The Outlook for US- Brazilian Trade and Investment Under FTAA: Some Lessons from NAFTA
by Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Barbara Oegg, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Paper for "Brazil as an Export Economy"
St. Anthony's College, Oxford
December 7, 1998

Economists, Policy Reform, and Political Economy
by John Williamson, The World Bank
Keynote address to a conference at the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
December 6, 1998

Marcus Noland on Japan's Economy (Political will needed to solve Japan's woes)
by Steve La Rocque, USIA Staff Writer
Interview reprinted from USIS Washington File
December 3, 1998

How to Target Exchange Rates: G7 Countries Should Allow Their Currencies to Fluctuate within Agreed EMS-Style Ranges
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Article published in the Financial Times
November 20, 1998

On Markets and Regulation
by John Williamson, The World Bank
Paper presented to a conference held at the University of California, Santa Cruz
November 20-21, 1998

Whither Financial Liberalization
by John Williamson, The World Bank
Keynote Address delivered at the Second Annual Indian Derivatives Conference
Mumbai, India
November 12, 1998

Reshaping the Global Financial Architecture
by Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Paper for the Institute for Infrastructure Finance Roundtable Meeting
Singapore
November 5-6, 1998

A Radical but Workable Restructuring Plan for Korea
by Edward M. Graham, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Translated into Korean and published in The Korean Economic Daily
October 15, 1998

Crawling Bands or Monitoring Bands: How to Manage Exchange Rates in a World of Capital Mobility
by John Williamson, The World Bank
Article from International Finance
October 1998

The Future Course of Trade Liberalization
by Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Barbara Kotschwar, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Paper for The World Bank
"Challenges for the Twenty-First Century"
October 1998

The Future of Regional Trading Arrangements in the Western Hemisphere
by Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Barbara Kotschwar, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Paper for Michigan State University 10th Anniversary Conference
"The US-Canada Free Trade Agreement"
September 11-12, 1998

Japan and the United States in the World Economy
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Speech given for a conference on "Wisconsin - United States - Japan Economic Development"
Sponsored by Kikkoman Foods
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
June 19, 1998

US Economic Sanctions: Good Intentions, Bad Execution
by Jeffrey J. Schott, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Statement before the Committee on International Relations
United States House of Representatives
Washington, DC
June 3, 1998

Preferences for Workers? Worker Rights and the US Generalized System of Preference
by Kimberly Ann Elliott, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Speech for the Faculty Spring Conference, '98
"Globalization and Inequality"
Calvin College Grand Rapids, Michigan
May 28-30, 1998
Revised May 8, 2000

Fifty Years of the GATT/WTO: Lessons from the Past for Strategies for the Future
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
A paper presented to the symposium on the world trading system "Fifty Years: Looking Back, Looking Forward"
Co-sponsored by the World Trade Organization and The Graduate Institute of International Studies
Geneva, Switzerland
April 30, 1998

Learning From East Asia's Woes
by John Williamson, The World Bank
Paper presented in Dhaka, Bangladesh
March 1998

Trade Policy and Trade Legislation in 1998
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Speech given to a conference titled "Restarting Fast Track"
Institute for International Economics
Washington, DC
February 3, 1998

Competition Policy and the World Economy
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Speech given before the World Economic Forum
Davos, Switzerland
January 30, 1998

The Economic Outlook: 1998-2000
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Speech given to the World Economic Forum
Davos, Switzerland
January 29, 1998

The Role of the United States and the IMF in the Asian Financial Crisis
by John J. LaFalce, United States House of Representatives
Address before the Institute for International Economics
Washington, DC
January 27, 1998

Agreement Without Convergence: Some Guidelines for Transatlantic Economic Relations
by Adam S. Posen, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Remarks given on the Economics Panel Conference on "What Should We Do for the Relationship with America?"
Social Democratic Party of Germany
Berlin, Germany
January 19, 1998