A Transatlantic Perspective on the International Monetary System, Geopolitics and Fiscal Constitutions
The speaker will draw upon his varied experience to provide insight into the intersection of geopolitics and economic interests at play in the international monetary system. He will also examine the case for fiscal constitutions as a measure to prevent central banks from becoming too powerful.
This roundtable is part of the US Project’s series on US and European Perspectives on Common Economic Challenges. Conducted with the support of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, this series examines some of the principal global challenges that we face today and the potentially differing perspectives from across Europe and the US.
Attendance at this event is by invitation only.
The Chatham House Rule
To enable as open a debate as possible, this event will be held under the Chatham House Rule.