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OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in Hilary Term 2004

Challenging Foreign Aid:
Why The Millennium Development Account is Different


By Mr. R. Quarles (US Treasury Assistant Secretary)

 
Chair:    Mr. D. Lombardi (President, OXONIA)

Date:     Monday 19 January 2004

Venue: St. Cross Building, Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre

The St. Cross Building is located on the corner of St Cross Road / Manor Road, right behind (north to) the Department of Economics Building

Time:    5:00 - 7:00pm


This seminar is part of the OXONIA Distinguished Speakers Events in Michaelmas Term 2003. It has been organized in cooperation with the Economics Department, University of Oxford. The seminar is part of the OXONIA Programme "STRENGTHENING ECONOMIC COOPERATION".

Randal K. Quarles is Assistant Secretary for International Affairs at the United States Treasury Department. He is also a member of the American Bar Association and the Bar Association of the City of New York. Previously, he was Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund and served the US Department of Treasury as Special Assistant to the Secretary for Banking Legislation and as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions Policy. In the private sector, Mr. Quarles was co-head of Davis Polk & Wardwell's Financial Institutions Group. Mr. Quarles graduated in Philosophy and Economics from Columbia College in 1981 and received his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1984. His interests include international finance and banking.



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