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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.
Joaquín Almunia (European Commission),
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi (Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank),
Dominique Strauss-Kahn (Managing Director, International Monetary Fund) and
Christian Noyer (Banque de France and European Central Bank)
Edwin M. Truman (PIIE), C. Fred Bergsten (PIIE), Rodrigo de Rato (International Monetary Fund), Timothy D. Adams (US Department of the Treasury), Morris Goldstein (PIIE), John Williamson (PIIE), C. Randall Henning (PIIE), Rawi Abdelal (Harvard Business School), Edwin M. Truman (PIIE), Lorenzo Bini Smaghi (Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank), Miles Kahler (University of California, San Diego), Martin Redrado (Central Bank of Argentina), William R. Cline (PIIE), Gregor Irwin (Bank of England), Chris Salmon (Bank of England), Kemal Dervis (United Nations Development Program), Nancy Birdsall (Center for Global Development), Tito Cordella (International Monetary Fund), Eduardo Levy Yeyati (Harvard Kennedy School of Government), Kristin Forbes (PIIE), John B. Taylor (Under Secretary of Treasury for International Affairs), Steven Radelet, Michael Mussa (PIIE), Ariel Buira (Group of 24), Desmond Lachman (American Enterprise Institute), Karin Lissakers (International Monetary Fund), Barry Eichengreen (University of California, Berkeley), Mohamed A. El-Erian (Allianz), Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa (Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank) and Yu Yongding (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)