2000 Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Symposium: Global economic integration: opportunities and challengesMeeting: The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Symposium, Jackson Hole, WY, August 24-26, 2000Publisher: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, 2000.Language: EnglishDescription: 348 p. ; 24 cm.Type of document: Book
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Global Economic Integration: Opportunities and Challenges Contents Foreword The Contributors Symposium Summary The Moderators GORDON THIESSEN, Governor, vii ix xvii Bank of Canada ANNE KRUEGER, Professor, Stanford University OPENING REMARKS ALAN GREENSPAN, Chairman, 1 Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System FACTORS DRIVING GLOBAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION MICHAEL MUSSA, Economic Counsellor 9 and Director of Research, International Monetary Fund Commentary: DOUGLAS IRWIN, Professor, 57 65 Dartmouth College General Discussion iv Contents CRISES: THE PRICE OF GLOBALIZATION? PAUL KRUGMAN, Professor, 75 Princeton University Commentary: CHARLES GOODHART, Professor, 107 London School of Economics General Discussion PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW SHOULD FINANCIAL MARKET REGULATORS RESPOND TO THE NEW CHALLENGES OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION? Commentary: ANDREW CROCKETT, 121 111 General Manager, Bank for International Settlements Commentary: HOWARD DAVIES, Chairman, 129 The Financial Services Authority, United Kingdom Commentary: RANDALL KROSZNER, Professor, 137 151 University of Chicago General Discussion REFLECTIONS ON THE GLOBAL TRADING SYSTEM MIKE MOORE, Director-General, 163 World Trade Organization PERSPECTIVES ON OECD ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S. CURRENT ACCOUNT ADJUSTMENT MAURICE OBSTFELD, Professor, 169 University of California-Berkeley KENNETH ROGOFF, Professor, Harvard University Contents v Commentary: IGNAZIO VISCO, Head, 209 Economics Department and Chief Economist, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development General Discussion PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW SHOULD MONETARY POLICYMAKERS RESPOND TO THE NEW CHALLENGES OF GLOBAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION? Commentary: DONALD BRASH, Governor, 245 233 Reserve Bank of New Zealand Commentary: GUILLERMO ORTIZ, Governor, 255 Bank of Mexico Commentary: EUGENIO DOMINGO SOLANS, 277 Member, Executive Board, European Central Bank General Discussion OVERVIEW PANEL MARTIN FELDSTEIN, President 289 297 311 National Bureau of Economic Research STANLEY FISCHER, First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund JACOB FRENKEL, Chairman, Sovereign Advisory 319 Group and Global Financial Institutions Group, Merrill Lynch International General Discussion 327 341 The Participants
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