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OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in Hilary Term 2004
 

Reforming the Governance of the IMF and the World Bank

By Dr. N. Woods (Chairman, Working Group on Institutional Reform in Global Financial Governance and Fellow, University College, Oxford)

                  
Chair:    Prof. D. Vines (Balliol College, Oxford)

Date:     Monday 9 February 2004

Venue: Seminar Room B/C, Department of Economics

Time:    5:00 - 7:00pm


This seminar is part of the OXONIA Distinguished Speakers Events in Hilary Term 2004. It has been organized in cooperation with the Economics Department, University of Oxford. The seminar is part of the OXONIA Programme "STRENGTHENING ECONOMIC COOPERATION".

Ngaire Woods is Director of the Global Economic Governance Programme and Fellow in Politics and International Relations at University College, Oxford. And Senior Research Associate of Oxford's International Development Centre, Queen Elizabeth House. She is also a member of the Commonwealth Secretariat Expert Group on Democracy and Development and member of the Latin American Trade Network. Ngaire Woods is on the editorial board of the series Cambridge Studies in International Relations and on the advisory boards of many journal. Her research interests include international relations, global economic governance, the challenges of globalisation, and the role of international institutions such as the IMF, the World Bank, and the WTO.



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