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PIIE’s renowned scholars explore and analyze a broad range of economic topics and issues, including globalization, economic and growth prospects, finance, political economy, and trade and investment, as well as economic challenges facing individual regions and countries.
Conference jointly hosted by the World Bank Group and the Peterson Institute for International Economics
David R. Malpass (World Bank Group), Anabel González (World Trade Organization; PIIE), Adam S. Posen (PIIE), Mari Pangestu (World Bank), Sunny George Verghese (Olam International Limited), Jeffrey J. Schott (PIIE), Moses Kiarie Kuria (Ministry of Trade, Investment and Industry, Government of Kenya)
Cecilia Malmström (PIIE), Børge Brende (World Economic Forum; Former Foreign Minister of Norway), Arancha González Laya (Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po; Former Foreign Minister of Spain) and Adam S. Posen (PIIE)
Wally Adeyemo (US Department of the Treasury), Andrew Bailey (Bank of England), Nadia Calviño (Government of Spain; International Monetary and Financial Committee), Charles Evans (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago), Paolo Gentiloni (European Commission), Thomas Jordan (Swiss National Bank), Christine Lagarde (European Central Bank), Adam S. Posen (PIIE) and Lawrence Wong (Minister for Finance, Singapore)
Adam S. Posen (PIIE), Laurence Boone (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), Moritz Schularick (Sciences Po Paris, University of Bonn, and Centre for Economic Policy Research) and Anna Gelpern (PIIE)