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Strengthening Economic Cooperation

Through the Strengthening Economic Cooperation Program, scholars, policymakers and practitioners focus on issues related to how to strengthen economic cooperation from both a bilateral and multilateral perspective. The Program hosts a series of events aimed at critically reviewing some of the most relevant issues in this field.

Future Events

Friday, 10 June, 2011, 5.30pm
Gulbenkian Theatre, St Cross Building
Development: Do We Know the Difference Between Success and Failure?
By Tim Harford (FT)

Past Events

Monday February 14, 2011
Reforming the International Monetary System
By Dr. Reza Moghadam (IMF)

Monday 26 January 2009
International Control of Market Power: Cooperation and Standards in Market Power
By Dr. John Fingleton (Office of Fair Trading)

Tuesday 11 November 2008,
What the Shift of Economic Power to Asia Really Means
By Mr. Bill Emmott (former Editor of The Economist)

Wednesday 20 February 2008
Fixing Global Finance
By Mr. Martin Wolf (Financial Times)

Wednesday 28 November 2007, 5:00 pm
2007 OXONIA INAUGURAL LECTURE
International Monetary Cooperation in the XXI Century
By Dr. Jim O'Neill (Goldman Sachs)

Tuesday 31 January 2006
What Is the Economics of Climate Change?
By Prof. Nicholas Stern  (HM Treasury)

Wednesday 26 October 2005
Deficits, Debt and The Dollar
By Mr. Martin Wolf (Financial Times)

Friday 26 November 2004
OXONIA Roundtable: Towards a New Aid Architecture
Panelists:
Dr. Masood Ahmed (DFID)
Mr. Robert Guest (The Economist)
Dr. Domenico Lombardi (OXONIA)

Tuesday 9 November 2004
Tensions in the Role of the IMF
By Dr. Timothy Lane (International Monetary Fund)

Thursday 11 November 2004
Directions for the Reform of the IMF
By Dr. Timothy Lane (International Monetary Fund)

Wednesday 13 October 2004
2004 OXONIA Inaugural Lecture
The End of Poverty
by Prof. Jeffrey D. Sachs (Columbia University)

Thursday 10 June 2004
The Debate over a North American Monetary Union: A Canadian Perspective
By Prof. H. Grubel (The Fraser Institute)

Monday, February 16 2004
OXONIA Roundtable: Reforming the International Financial Architecture
The Panelists:
Prof. James Boughton
Prof. Charles Goodhart

Monday 9 February 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)

Monday 2 February 2004
The Reinventions of the World Bank and the Failure of American Political Science
By Prof. R. Wade (LSE)

Monday 26 January 2004
The International Development Architecture and Low-Income Countries: Is It Time for a Change?
By Dr. R. Turner (Chief Advisor, DFID)

Monday 19 January 2004
Challenging Foreign Aid:Why The Millennium Development Account is Different
By Mr. R. Quarles (US Treasury Assistant Secretary)

 

 

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