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Andrew Lo on the adaptive markets hypothesis
 
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The OECD New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) Initiative and the OECD Committee on Financial Markets (CFM) organised a workshop on financial markets on 20 October 2017. Andrew Lo, Professor of Finance at the MIT Sloan School of Management, outlines his “adaptive markets hypothesis”, according to which financial market dynamics are driven by our interactions as we behave, learn, and adapt to each other, and to the social, cultural, political, economic, and natural environments in which we live; and survival is the ultimate force driving competition, innovation, and adaptation.
Views: 275 NAEC Video
John Vickers on reform of financial markets since the 2008 crisis
 
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The OECD New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) Initiative and the OECD Committee on Financial Markets (CFM) organised a workshop on financial markets on 20 October 2017. Sir John Vickers, Chair of the UK's Independent Commission on Banking (ICB) answered questions on regulatory reform since the crisis.
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William White Warns of a Next Big Financial and Monetary Crisis - November 2018
 
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Bill White warned about the financial crisis of 2007 and now warns of a big financial and monetary crisis again. Learn why he sees more dangers then 2007 in this video and on the website: http://conference2018.monetative.de/ Keynote "Economic Outlook and The Need for Monetary Reform" at the Conference "The Future of Money - 10 Years after Lehman and Nakamoto" by Dr William White. William White is the former Chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD, former chief economist and member of the Executive Committee of the Bank for international Settlements (BIS), former member of the Issing Committee which advises the German chancellor on G-20 issues, former Deputy Chief and Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, one of the most famous economists that warned about an upcoming financial crisis before 2007. The conference was jointly organized by the German NGO Monetative e.V. and the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center. It was supported by the International Movement for Monetary Reform Monetative e.V.: Monetative is a not-for-profit NGO. It was founded in 2012 as a think tank and campaigning organization. It has more than 160 members, many of whom work or carry out research in the field of monetary systems. The aim of Monetative is to inform society, academics and politicians how the current money system works and why the power of commercial banks to create money systematically produces financial crises. As an alternative money system, Monetative campaigns for a „Vollgeld“- or „Sovereign Money“-System. https://www.monetative.de/ | Berlin, Germany Frankfurt School Blockchin Center The Frankfurt School Blockchain Center is a think tank and research center which investigates the implications of blockchain technology for companies and their business models. Apart from the development of prototypes, it serves as a platform for managers, startups and technology and industry experts to share knowledge and best practices. The Blockchain Center also provides new research impulses and develops training for students and executives. It focuses on banking, mobility, “Industry 4.0” and the energy sector. http://www.fs-blockchain.de/ | Frankfurt, Germany International Movement for Monetary Reform (IMMR) The IMMR is an international coalition of nonprofit organisations from across the world, campaigning for a monetary system that serves society. We maintain a very clear and specific aim, namely to change the way money is created and allocated, but we are not dogmatic about the way our proposal is implemented as the details will vary from country to country. To serve this goal, the IMMR supports and connects various national member organisations to share ideas, discuss research and exchange best practices. Read more: https://internationalmoneyreform.org
Views: 876 Monetative TV
Measuring progress
 
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Political momentum is building for finding new ways of measuring the progress and failings of our society. Measuring the progress of societies project: www.oecd.org/progress
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Thomas Wieser on political constraints of EMU reform
 
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What is feasible, when, and will it be enough? In December 2019, Thomas Wieser, non-resident scholar of Bruegel and former President of the Euro Working Group and of the European Financial Committee of the EU, gave a seminar on the political constraints of the EMU reform in the premises of wiiw. The present work strand of EMU Reforms has been an ongoing project for nearly a decade, and will continue for at least as long. Reforms have been undertaken against a vast background of analytical and policy papers going back decades. Progress has nevertheless been slow and uneven. To a certain extent there is genuine lack of intellectual agreement, but more importantly political approaches towards a stable and efficient monetary union differ across Member States. I shall discuss these issues against the background of the issues described in the so-called Four Presidents’ Report. How far have we gotten, and what are the medium term prospects for further reforms? What are the political forces that push, and what are the political forces that impede progress? Thomas Wieser was the Brussels based President of the Euro Working Group and Chairman of the EU’s Economic and Financial Committee from 2012 to 2018. In this function he was responsible for the preparation of the negotiations and decisions of EU Finance Ministers. He was the G 7 Deputy for the Eurogroup and represented the Euro Working Group in a number of other international fora. Prior to that Thomas Wieser was Director General for Economic Policy and Financial Markets of the Austrian Ministry of Finance. He studied economics in Innsbruck. His post graduate education took him to Boulder, Colorado, on a Fulbright scholarship, and the Institute of Advanced Studies in Vienna. At present he is associated with Bruegel, the Brussels Think Tank, as Non-Resident Fellow. He has held a number of other international functions, such as that of Chair of the OECD Committee on Financial Markets and has published on a range of economic policy issues.
OECD's White Sees Spain Determined to Sort Out Problems
 
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April 21 (Bloomberg) -- William White, chairman of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's Economic and Development Review Committee, talks about the European debt and financial markets. He speaks with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television's "Surveillance Midday." (Source: Bloomberg)
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[Panel] The New Financial System: Decentralized? | BEF Davos 2019
 
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- Are decentralized currency and financial system viable? - Who will benefit and who will lose out from decentralized currencies? - Could independent currencies help emerging economies to overcome inflation and weak financial institutions? - How can decentralized currencies increase transparency and accountability? - How would international trade benefit from the new system? The panel was represented by the following speakers: Nouriel Roubini (New York University Stern School of Business), Tim Draper (DFJ Fund $5 bln AUM), Alex Cukierman (Bank of Israel's Monetary Committee), Valentin Preobrazhenskiy (LATOKEN), Greg Medcraft (Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs, OECD), Lawrence H. White (George Mason University). The Blockchain Economic Forum is dedicated to the adoption of the new technologies to automate and decrease costs of enforcement of rules and contracts in capital markets, banks, and governments. Visit our website for more information on BEF: http://bef.latoken.com/ For more information about LATOKEN: Twitter: https://twitter.com/latokens Facebook: https://facebook.com/LiquidAssetToken/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/latokens LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/latoken/ Telegram: https://t.me/la_token #beflatoken #davos #wef #latoken #bef #bef2019 #blockchain #crypto #fintech #stablecoin #decentralized #tokenization #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #ethereum #youtube #exchange #cryptoexchange
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Joseph Stiglitz talks about going beyond GDP
 
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Discussion continues about improving traditional assessments of economic progress. Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz talked about the new means of measuring progress well-being and sustainability during a recent visit to the OECD. For more info visit: www.oecd.org/betterlifeinitiative
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William White OECD Sees More Dangers in Economy Than in 2007
 
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Empty+++. Feb 26 – William White, chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD and former chief economist at the Bank for International . Economist Richard Wolff joins Bill to shine light on the disaster left behind in capitalism's wake, and discusses how to battle for economic justice. A noted . Researcher Hans Rosling uses his cool data tools to show how countries are pulling themselves out of poverty. He demos Dollar Street, . Economist Richard Wolff joins Bill to shine light on the disaster left behind in capitalism's wake, and discusses how to battle for economic justice. Also on the .
Views: 3007 Maarten Tromp
William White OECD Sees More Dangers in Economy Than in 2007
 
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Empty+++. Feb 26 – William White, chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD and former chief economist at the Bank for International . Economist Richard Wolff joins Bill to shine light on the disaster left behind in capitalism's wake, and discusses how to battle for economic justice. A noted . Researcher Hans Rosling uses his cool data tools to show how countries are pulling themselves out of poverty. He demos Dollar Street, . Economist Richard Wolff joins Bill to shine light on the disaster left behind in capitalism's wake, and discusses how to battle for economic justice. Also on the .
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London Summit 2015 - The Future of Finance: Strategies for a Fast-Changing Industry (I)
 
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Milken Institute London Summit 10/2015 Moderator Anna Edwards, Co-Anchor, "Countdown," Bloomberg Television Speakers Nobel Gulati, CEO, Two Sigma Advisers, LLC Dominic Lester, Managing Director, European Joint Head of Investment Banking, European Head of TMT Investment Banking, and Joint Global Head of Technology, Jefferies LLC Seth Merrin, Founder and CEO, Liquidnet Holdings, Inc. William White, Chairman, Economic and Development Review Committee, OECD Innovative technologies, with their promise of faster, more efficient markets, are reshaping the global financial services industry. Traditional institutions are competing with nimbler, more specialized platforms that transact loans and payments with greater speed than traditional institutions. Investment funds are playing a bigger role in lending to small enterprises and infrastructure projects. The new entrants to the market, and old players taking on new roles, can help economies grow, but they also may bring new risks to financial markets. Can regulators keep pace with this rapid change? What new measures are needed to monitor them? This panel will feature representatives of leading financial institutions sharing their views about the future of finance.
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Private flows in Development Assistance Committee (DAC) statistics
 
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What are private flows and how do they help finance global development? In this two minute video, private flows are described and their purpose in financing global development explored. More here: http://www.oecd.org/dac/stats/beyond-oda.htm The DAC is the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD. We collect and publish data on external resource flows, that is financial resources, good or services from countries providers of development finance to developing countries. These flows include operations extended with both developmental and commercial motives. DAC statistics distinguish between official and private sources, and concessional and non-concessional flows. Concessional flows are those extended at conditions below market rates.
Views: 1409 OECD-on-Development
The Next Big Thing: How The OECD's Action Plan on 'Base Erosion & Profit Shifting'
 
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The implications of the OECD's Action Plan on Base Erosion & Profit Shifting for off- shore financial centers and their clients. Ben Arrindell, Member, United Nations Committee of Experts on Int'l Cooperation in Tax Matters (Barbados) Chris Faiferlick, Tax Bureau Member, Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD (Washington, DC)
Views: 66 OffshoreAlert
Official flows in Development Assistance Committee (DAC) statistics
 
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What types of financial flows for global development exist in the statistics of the Development Assistance Committee? This two minute video introduces these sources of financing for global development. More here: http://www.oecd.org/dac/stats/beyond-oda.htm The DAC is the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD. We collect and publish data on external resource flows, that is financial resources, good or services from countries providers of development finance to developing countries. These flows include operations extended with both developmental and commercial motives. DAC statistics distinguish between official and private sources, and concessional and non-concessional flows. Concessional flows are those extended at conditions below market rates.
Views: 2115 OECD-on-Development
"Saving labour: automation and its enemies" with Dr Carl Benedikt Frey
 
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In 2013, Carl Frey and Michael Osborne published a paper titled ‘The Future of Employment: How Susceptible Are Jobs to Computerisation?’ which estimated that 47% of jobs in the US are at risk of automation. In this talk Dr Carl Benedikt Frey, Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Technology and Employment, will discuss the societal consequences of the accelerating pace of automation, and what we can learn from previous episodes of worker-replacing technological change. Carl Benedikt Frey is Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Technology and Employment, and Economics Associate of Nuffield College, both University of Oxford. He is also a Senior Fellow of the Programme on Employment, Equity and Growth at the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School, and the Department of Economic History at Lund University. His research focuses the transition of industrial nations to digital economies, and subsequent challenges for economic growth, labour markets and urban development. To secure impact for his research outside academia, Carl Benedikt is widely engaged in policy, advisory and media activities. In partnership with Citigroup, he works to help global leaders navigate the rapidly changing world economy. Over the course of his career, he has also worked with governments, such as the Digitalisation Commission of the Swedish Government, and acted as a Specialist Advisor to Digital Skills Select Committee at the House of Lords. He has further engaged as an external consultant to various international organisations (e.g. OECD and UN agencies) and leading corporations (e.g. Deloitte and PwC). His work has been widely covered by the BBC, CNN, The Economist, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Foreign Affairs, New York Times, Washington Post, Der Spiegel, Scientific American, TIME Magazine, Forbes, and many others. Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk
Blockchain’s Global Economic Impacts - Arunma Oteh
 
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Ranging from greater empowerment of citizens to improved financial inclusion, Arunma Oteh, Vice President and Treasurer of the World Bank, talks to the OECD about the potential of blockchain technology to make a hugely positive impact on the global economy. For more information see: www.oecd.org/daf/blockchain Webcasting of advice, opinions or statements by external speakers, or their promotion of ideas, data or products, does not imply endorsement by OECD.
Istanbul to host G20/OECD corporate governance forum
 
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Representatives from G20 and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries will meet in Istanbul on April 10 to discuss how companies can avoid financial risks. Organized by the Capital Markets Board of Turkey (SPK)\ in partnership with Boğaziçi University’s Center for Corporate Governance and the Corporate Governance Association of Turkey, the G20/OECD Corporate Governance Forum will consider sound corporate organization, safer financial markets and well-regulated financial systems in emerging markets. “The OECD Principles of Corporate Governance are currently being revised with a view to support sound financial markets that provide companies with access to patient capital for investment,” the OECD said in a statement, adding that the meeting will have a “particular focus on the need for capital markets serve the real economy.” The forum will also “address issues of systemic importance to sustainable private sector growth, including the institutionalization of growth companies and capital market development in emerging market economies,” the Capital Markets Board of Turkey said in a statement. Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, a key figure for the Turkish economy, is scheduled to make the opening speech at the event. Other speakers will include Capital Markets Board of Turkey Chairman Vahdettin Ertaş, OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría, Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil Executive Chairman Leonardo P. Gomes Pereira, OECD Corporate Governance Committee Chairman Marcello Bianchi, and the Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs Financial Security Agency (FSA), Japan, Kenji Okamura. Turkey assumed the G20 presidency last December, and has vowed to “fight global inequality” during its time as president. According to Turkish officials, around 13,000 people, including a number of world leaders, are expected to attend the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Turkey’s southern city of Antalya in November 2015.
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Antonio Gomes talks about the OECD Competition Committee and ongoing work
 
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The OECD Competition Committee exists since 1961. In this video Antonio Gomes (Head of the OECD Competition Division) talks about the Committee itself, how it functions as well as recent/ ongoing work. To learn more about the OECD work on Competition, please access http://www.oecd.org/daf/competition.
EPOG seminar #136 - Conducting monetary policy in a complex adaptative economy
 
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EPOG seminar #136 Conducting monetary policy in a complex adaptative economy: past mistakes and future possibilities by William White, Chairman, Economic and Development Review Committee (EDRC) at the OECD, and former Head of the Monetary and Economic Department at the Bank for International Settlements Discussants: Julian Cavallero & Clara Lea Dallaire-Fortier On Tuesday, January 16, 2018
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OECD Report: Scaling up Private Investment in LCR Infrastructure through Green Banks
 
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This webinar features an overview of the highly anticipated report, "Green Investment Banks: Scaling up Private Investment in Low-carbon, Climate-resilient Infrastructure". Produced by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the report provides the first comprehensive study of publicly capitalised Green Investment Banks (GIBs) and analyses the rational, mandate and financing activities of this relatively new category of public financial institution. Based on the experience of over a dozen GIBs and GIB-like entities, the report provides non-prescriptive stock-taking of the diverse ways in which these public institutions are catalysing private investment in LCR infrastructure and other green sectors, with a spotlight on energy efficiency projects. The report also provides a summary for policy makers to guide the establishment, capitalization and operationalization of green investment banks. Robert Youngman, Team Leader of the OECD's Climate, Finance and Investment Unit, presents takeaways from the report. Douglass Sims, Director of Strategy and Finance at the Natural Resources Defense Council Center for Market Innovation, moderates the presentation and Q&A and will provide an introduction to the Green Bank Network.
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OECD - WikiVidi Documentary
 
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The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is an intergovernmental economic organisation with 35 member countries, founded in 1960 to stimulate economic progress and world trade. It is a forum of countries describing themselves as committed to democracy and the market economy, providing a platform to compare policy experiences, seeking answers to common problems, identify good practices and coordinate domestic and international policies of its members. Most OECD members are high-income economies with a very high Human Development Index and are regarded as developed countries. OECD is an official United Nations Observer. In 1948, the OECD originated as the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation , led by Robert Marjolin of France, to help administer the Marshall Plan . This would be achieved by allocating American financial aid and implementing economic programs for the reconstruction of Europe after World War II. In 1961, the OEEC was reformed into the O... http://www.wikividi.com ____________________________________ Shortcuts to chapters: 00:01:58: Organisation for European Economic Co-operation 00:04:07: Founding 00:05:28: Enlargement to Central Europe 00:06:20: Reform and further enlargement 00:10:15: Aim 00:11:29: International investments and multinational enterprises 00:13:42: PISA 00:14:07: Taxation 00:17:47: Publishing 00:18:27: Magazine 00:19:14: Statistics 00:19:30: Working papers 00:19:46: Reference works 00:20:21: Meetings 00:21:02: Secretariat 00:23:36: Committees 00:24:07: Current members 00:24:36: Relations with non-members ____________________________________ Copyright WikiVidi. Licensed under Creative Commons. Wikipedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OECD
Thomas Wieser - Completing the Banking Union: The Challenges Ahead
 
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About the Speech: Mr Wieser's address took place shortly before the December European Council, at which European leaders hoped to secure agreement on the Single Resolution Mechanism. Mr Wieser discussed Europe's progress in creating a framework to prevent or resolve future banking crises. Mr Wieser drew on his extensive economic and policy experience to discuss the challenges that lie ahead in Europe's attempts to forge a 'steel-framed' Banking Union. About the Speaker: Thomas Wieser has been President of the Eurogroup Working Group since October 2011. Prior to his present appointment, he was Director General for Economic Policy and Financial Markets in the Ministry of Finance, Vienna, in charge of macro-economic policy, international and EU affairs. He chaired the OECD Committee on Financial Markets from 2005-2009 and was elected to a third term as President of the Economic and Finance Committee in January 2012.
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TEDxYaleWorldFellows - Nicky Newton-King - African Capital Markets: The Elephants in the Room
 
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Yale World Fellow Nicky Newton-King is the Deputy CEO of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and a member of the JSE's Executive Committee and Board of Directors. She heads a team of lawyers which is responsible for advising the JSE on all aspects of law that affect the operation and regulation of a stock exchange. She has been part of various teams which were responsible for drafting key legislation affecting the South African financial markets and the new Companies Act. She is also a member of the Financial Markets Advisory Board and the Standing Advisory Committee on Company Law. Newton-King has just completed the JSE's acquisition of the Bond Exchange of South Africa which has resulted in the JSE being a completely horizontally and vertically integrated exchange now offering trading, clearing and settlement services in equities, derivatives, interest rate and commodity products. She leads the development of the JSE's Socially Responsible Investment Index and is also responsible for the development of the JSE's strategy and its investor relations. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations.)
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David Wessel and Dr. Thomas Simpson - #FedForecast2015 on #PreMarket Prep
 
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Listen to the daily broadcast live: http://premarket.benzinga.com/pre-market-show/ David Wessel is a former Wall Street Journal reporter and current director for the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy. David Wessel is director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, which provides independent, non-partisan analysis of fiscal and monetary policy issues in order to further public understanding and to improve the quality and effectiveness of those policies. He joined Brookings in December 2013 after 30 years on the staff of The Wall Street Journal where, most recently, he was economics editor and wrote the weekly Capital column. He is a contributing correspondent to The Wall Street Journal and appears frequently on NPR’s Morning Edition. Dr. Thomas Simpson is a former Federal Reserve office and author of "Financial Markets, Banking, and Monetary Policy." At the board, Thomas was a senior officer, with responsibilities in the area of monetary policy, economic forecasting, and financial markets, and served as an officer of the Federal Open Market Committee. In addition, he represented the Board in various outside organizations, including the Committee on Financial Markets of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
Views: 242 Benzinga
China’s shift to a low-carbon economy - Chai Qimin
 
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The OECD spoke with Chai Qimin, Director, International Cooperation, NCSC, NDRC, China at the OECD Forum on Green Finance and Investment. This annual forum of the OECD Centre on Green Finance and Investment convenes leading actors across the green finance and investment community, including institutional investors, asset managers, ministries of finance and central banks, financial regulators, commercial and investment banks, international climate funds, multilateral development banks, green investment banks, corporations, civil society, philanthropic sectors and more. For more information see: http://www.oecd.org/cgfi/ Webcasting of advice, opinions or statements by external speakers, or their promotion of ideas, data or products, does not imply endorsement by OECD.
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What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets
 
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Speaker: Professor Michael Sandel Discussants: Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand, Rt Revd Peter Selby Chair: Ann Pettifor Recorded on 23 May 2012 in St Paul's Cathedral, London. Is there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? If so, how can we prevent market values from reaching into spheres of life where they don't belong? What are the moral limits of markets? Noted public philosopher and Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel will explore some of these pressing questions with responses from Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand and Bishop Peter Selby. St Paul's Cathedral is delighted to host a discussion on this vital topic within a sacred space in order to explore the intersection between faith, morality and markets and the power that money has in our lives. Questions and comments from the audience will be taken. Michael J. Sandel is the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at Harvard University, where he has taught political philosophy since 1980. His recent book, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do? relates the big questions of political philosophy to the most vexing issues of our time. His new book, What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets, has just been published. At Harvard, Sandel's courses include Ethics, Biotechnology, and the Future of Human Nature, Ethics, Economics, and Law, and Globalization and Its Critics. His undergraduate course, Justice, has enrolled over 15,000 students, and is the first Harvard course to be made freely available online and on public television. A recipient of the Harvard-Radcliffe Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize, Sandel was recognised by the American Political Science Association in 2008 for a career of excellence in teaching. He has been a visiting professor at the Sorbonne (Paris), delivered the Tanner Lectures on Human Values at Oxford University, and in 2009 delivered the BBC Reith Lectures. In 2010, China Newsweek named him the "most influential foreign figure of the year" in China. Stephanie Flanders has been a reporter at the New York Times (2001); a speech writer and senior advisor to the US Treasury Secretary (1997-2001); a Financial Times leader-writer and columnist (1993-7); and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School. She became BBC economics editor in April 2008. She has won numerous awards, including the 2010 Harold Wincott Award for online journalism. She blogs at Stephanomics. Julian Le Grand is the Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, a Trustee of the Kings Fund, and a Founding Academician of the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences. He has an honorary doctorate from the University of Sussex. In 2003-5 he was seconded to No 10 Downing St as a senior policy adviser to the Prime Minister. As well as his position at No 10, he has acted as an adviser to the President of the European Commission, the World Bank, the World Health Organisation, the OECD, Her Majesty's Treasury and the UK Departments of Health and Work and Pensions. Dr Peter Selby was Bishop of Worcester from 1997 until 2007 and in 2001 was also appointed to Bishop of Prisons, a post from which he also retired in September 2007. Dr Selby's interest in prisons is long-standing, and he is himself the son of refugees, and served for a time as the Chair of the Asylum Committee of the Refugee Council. His concern for prisons and the criminal justice system extends back to 1965 when he served as an interim chaplain at San Quentin, California, as part of his ministerial training. Ann Pettifor is director of Policy Research in Macro-Economics (PriME), and a senior fellow of the New Economics Foundation. She is the author of The Coming First World Debt Crisis which was published in 2006 St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: financial integrity, economic justice, and the meaning of the common good. JustShare is a coalition of churches and charities committed to global development and social justice.
Thomas Simpson, Former Federal Reserve Officer - #PreMarket Prep for November 17, 2014
 
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Listen to the daily broadcast live: http://premarket.benzinga.com/pre-market-show/ At the board, Thomas Simpson was a senior officer, with responsibilities in the area of monetary policy, economic forecasting, and financial markets, and served as an officer of the Federal Open Market Committee. In addition, he represented the Board in various outside organizations, including the Committee on Financial Markets of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in Paris. He is also the author of "Financial Markets, Banking, and Monetary Policy."
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The Gaidar Forum 2019. DOES RUSSIA NEED A SPECIAL WAY IN CRYPTOECONOMICS?
 
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Expert Discussion Regulation of cryptocurrency and token release has been developing worldwide for more than five years. During this time, many OECD countries have formed a basic legal framework for companies working with cryptoassets. International organizations and countries outline four public risks of the digital financial assets turnover and close the door for them: money laundering and financing terrorism, base erosion, consumer protection, and violating securities laws. Russia is also developing regulation regarding the use of crypto assets. EAEU countries, in turn, demonstrate different approaches on the issue. However, there is a strong need to harmonize principles of crypto economy regulation in Russia and other EAEU countries in accordance with international approaches. Issues for Discussion: Cryptocurrency and ICO in Russia: legislative initiatives Cryptoeconomics in the world: first results and the logic of regulation Proposals for Russian and the EAEU Moderator: Antonina Levashenko, Head, Russian Center For Competences and Analysis of OECD Standards, RANEPA Participants: Anatoly Aksakov, Chairman, State Duma Committee on Financial Market Ivan Ermokhin, Expert, Russia-OECD Center, RANEPA Iota Nassr, Expert on regulatory issues of cryptoeconomics, OECD Alexei Moiseev, Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation Vladimir Nazarov, Director, Financial Research Institute the Ministry of Finance of Russia Alexey Overchuk, Deputy Head, Federal Tax Service Tatyana Valovaya, Member of the Board – Minister in charge of Integration and Macroeconomics, Eurasian Economic Commission
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OECD's White Says Bank Capital Isn't `Magic Bullet': Video
 
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Sept. 13 (Bloomberg) -- William White, chairman of the economic development and review committee at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, talks about bank capital rules agreed to by regulators yesterday in Basel, Switzerland. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision will require lenders to have common equity equal to at least 7 percent of assets, weighted according to their risk, including a 2.5 percent buffer to withstand future stress. White speaks with Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg)
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Launch of the International Association of Trusted Blockchain Applications - INATBA
 
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Follow #INATBA for updates Join a global community to take blockchain and distributed ledger technologies to the next level. The official launch of INATBA takes place in Brussels on April 3. INATBA brings together industry, startups and SMEs, policy makers, international organisations, regulators, civil society and standard setting bodies to support blockchain and DLT to be mainstreamed and scaled-up across multiple sectors. Featured speakers: Mariya Gabriel- Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society, European Commission Roberto Viola- Director General, Directorate General of Communication, Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission Gerard de Graaf- Director, Digital Single Market, Directorate General of Communication, Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission Pēteris Zilgalvis, Head of Unit, Digital Innovation and Blockchain, Directorate General of Communication, Networks, Content and Technology, European Commission Stela Mocan, Head of Innovation and Blockchain Labs, World Bank Group Jelena Madir, Director, Chief Counsel, Financial Law Unit, EBRD Massamba Thioye, Manager, Regulatory Development Unit, Sustainable Development, UNFCCC Caroline Malcolm, Head Bolockchain Policy Center, OECD Bernhard Kowatsch, Head of Innovation Accelerator, UN World Food Programme INATBA Board Members Julie Maupin, Director, IOTA Director of Social Impact & Public Regulatory Affairs at IOTA Foundation Nina Siedler, Board Member, thinkBlocktank Carlos Kuchkovsky, CTO, New Business Development, BBVA Henry Rõigas, Head of European Affairs, Guardtime Paco Garcia, CTO, Yoti Agenda- link to the agenda- pdf document INATBA Founding Members – please link to members list- pdf https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/launch-international-association-trusted-blockchain-applications-inatba
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Corporate Governance in Emerging Economies – View from India
 
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Corporate Governance in Emerging Economies – View from India Contributors - Nimesh Kampani; Chairman, Confederation of India Industry’s National Committee on Financial Markets; Chairman, JM Financial Group Dr Tom Kirchmaier, Corporate Governance at LSE
Central Banks Now Doing More Harm Than Good, Says Former BIS Chief Economist
 
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Sep 28 – Today we speak with William White, former Chief Economist at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and current chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD, where he tells Financial Sense... http://www.financialsense.com/subscribe
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Introduction to non ODA flows
 
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This video aims to provide an overview of DAC statistics, with a special focus on statistics beyond Official Development Assistance -- or ODA. For more on beyond ODA, please click here: http://www.oecd.org/dac/stats/beyond-oda.htm The DAC is the Development Assistance Committee of the OECD. We collect and publish data on external resource flows, that is financial resources, good or services from countries providers of development finance to developing countries. These flows include operations extended with both developmental and commercial motives. DAC statistics distinguish between official and private sources, and concessional and non-concessional flows. Concessional flows are those extended at conditions below market rates.
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William White OECD Sees More Dangers in Economy Than in 2007
 
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Empty+++. Feb 26 – William White, chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD and former chief economist at the Bank for . William White OECD Sees More Dangers in Economy Than in 2007. Empty+++. Feb 26 – William White, chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD and former chief economist at the Bank for . Following on from our discussion re UNCAC Mark Fielding-Pritchard looks at the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in .
Business models in the digital economy - TU Digitalisation Forum, Feb 2017
 
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The digital economy is based on cross-border data flows and networks supporting business and social interactions – underpinned by greater opportunities for regulatory arbitrage between jurisdictions (such as tax avoidance, failure to protect data privacy, escaping financial reporting requirements, etc.). This is amplified by an increased mobility of intangibles, network effects, Big Data and multi-channel business models. It is dominated by a limited number of large corporations creating concerns about the resurgence of privately run oligopolies. Meanwhile, corporate governance regimes of so-called “unicorns”, fast growing digital businesses that operate on high-priced market valuations, often do not match minimum standards. The session will look at proactive solutions towards responsible business and investment practices, with particular attention to data privacy, tax compliance, investment risks and corporate governance. Moderator: Pierre Habbard, Senior Policy Advisor, TUAC - Edouard Marcus, Co-chair of the OECD Committee on Fiscal Affairs' Task Force on the Digital Economy and Director of European and International Affairs, Ministry of the Economy and Finances, France - Héctor Lehuedé, Senior Policy Analyst, Corporate Affairs Division, OECD - Dr. Christina J. Colclough, Senior Advisor, UNI Global Union - Mac Urata, Inland Transport Section Secretary, International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) - Blake Harwell, Senior Campaign Strategist, Unite Here
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6th OECD World Forum kicks off in Songdo Convensia
 
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제 6차 OECD 세계포럼 송도서 개막 The sixth OECD World Forum kicked off in South Korea's western port city of Incheon on Tuesday. Since 2004, the event has served as a venue to share knowledge and experience... on the role of data and policy in shaping a better world for all. Kim Hyesung reports. "Welcome to the 6th OECD World Forum on statistics, knowledge and policy Around three thousand policymakers, academics and business leaders from over 100 countries... gathered in South Korea's western port city of Incheon to discuss "the future of well-being". "Korea is a unique country in a sense that we have achieved miraculous economic growth within a short time period, and that people's interest in future of well-being has never been higher before. In this context, it cannot be more appropriate to hold the OECD World Forum here in Korea this year." Since the first OECD world forum in Italy in 2004, the OECD has developed models to measure people's 'well-being',... taking into account,... factors like work-life balance, environment, and sense of security,... which cannot be measured by conventional economic indicators like GDP. "This year's forum focused on three key trends - the digital revolution, new modes of governance and the role of the private sector - factors that could affect people's well-being over the next 10 to 20 years." The OECD report shows... technological advances like AI could disrupt up to one half of the workforce among OECD countries... worsen inequality, and engender political polarization due to fragmented data. The aging population in particular, add complexity to this digital transformation... and participants at the forum pointed out... that the role of governments is to help provide security for the people through better healthcare and access to education. But the private sector also plays a critical role. "What businesses need to do is to have products that really deliver good things for the public, healthy foods, products and services that raise people's well-being. Also taking care of their own workers, so that people are able to work in dignity, they have vacation time." During the three-day event,... policymakers and statisticians will examine detailed ways to push for inclusive growth... and formulate a collective action plan Thursday to help improve people's well-being. Kim Hyesung, Arirang News, Incheon. Arirang News Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtvnews ------------------------------------------------------------ [Subscribe Arirang Official YouTube] ARIRANG TV: http://www.youtube.com/arirang ARIRANG RADIO: http://www.youtube.com/Music180Arirang ARIRANG NEWS: http://www.youtube.com/arirangnews ARIRANG K-POP: http://www.youtube.com/arirangworld ARIRANG ISSUE: http://www.youtube.com/arirangtoday ARIRANG CULTURE: http://www.youtube.com/arirangkorean ARIRANG FOOD & TRAVEL : http://www.youtube.com/ArirangFoodTravel ------------------------------------------------------------ [Visit Arirang TV Official Pages] Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld Homepage: http://www.arirang.com ------------------------------------------------------------ [Arirang K-Pop] YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/arirangworld Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangkpop Google+: http://plus.google.com/+arirangworld
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Don't Panic! OECD says we're going to be OK!
 
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Recorded Sert 12, 2010 - 14:30 EDT OECD says UK will be fastest growing G7 country in Q3: http://tinyurl.com/25rxme8 Beware of Greeks Bearing Bonds: http://tinyurl.com/2e7mmhq Do not fall for talk of European solvency: http://tinyurl.com/2c9ax2b Greece moves to reassure investors on reform: http://tinyurl.com/26oyr8a Default in Today's Advanced Economies: http://tinyurl.com/2clf6mx New Basel rules split Germany's bankers: http://tinyurl.com/295vkoj Basel Committee agrees to new bank regulatory reform package: http://tinyurl.com/24uxaxx Congress must realise America is on the verge of a fresh economic crisis: http://tinyurl.com/23bc8gq Japan approves stimulus package: http://tinyurl.com/2e6fdq2 U.S. auto sales slump: http://tinyurl.com/29o88ah Paradise Lost: Why Fallen Markets Will Never Be the Same: http://tinyurl.com/25f7zuy Carney, Volcker see long haul to recovery http://tinyurl.com/34ntyg2 EU markets chief Barnier warns the City casino days are over: http://tinyurl.com/325kxxg Unions warn of co-ordinated strikes against cuts: http://tinyurl.com/2fyrd5f Tip of the week ;-) More bad news for RIM: JPMorgan testing iPhones http://tinyurl.com/26tujcc Max Igan - Waking Up to Reality 1/4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr0nkQhSt1g Peace and Love
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William White: Are Central Bankers Trying To Do Too Much?
 
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Welcome to our new video series called "New Economic Thinking." The series will feature dozens of conversations with leading economists on the most important issues facing economics and the global economy today. This episode features William White, chairman of the Economic Development and Review Committee (EDRC) at the OECD in Paris. White explores whether central bankers are now being asked to do too much: whether in pursuit of elusive goal of financial stability, central bankers are risking the hard won gains of previous decades, and undermining their popular legitimacy in the process. Watch the interview to see what he has to say!
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OECD's White Sees `Burden of Debt' Slowing Global Growth: Video
 
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Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- William White, chairman of the economic development and review committee at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, talks about the possible impact of household and sovereign debt on global economic growth. White, talking with Bloomberg's Michael McKee at the Federal Reserve's annual symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, also discusses Fed monetary policy. Bloomberg's Pimm Fox also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)
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G20 OECD Global Forum on International Investment 1
 
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ISTANBUL, TURKEY - OCTOBER 05: Secretary-General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Jose Angel Gurria delivers a speech during G20-OECD Global Forum on International Investment in Istanbul, Turkey on October 05, 2015. Footage by Stringer / Anadolu Agency .
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Business Forecast 2011 - Randall S. Kroszner - University of Chicago Booth School of Business
 
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Randall S. Kroszner is the Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics at Chicago Booth and Former Governor at the Federal Reserve Board. Kroszner served as a governor of the Federal Reserve System from March 2006 until January 2009. During his time as a member of the Federal Reserve Board, he chaired the committee on supervision and regulation of banking institutions and the committee on consumer and community affairs. In these capacities, he took a leading role in developing responses to the financial crisis and in undertaking new initiatives to improve consumer protection and disclosure, including rules related to home mortgages and credit cards, and was director of NeighborWorks America. He represented the Federal Reserve Board on the Financial Stability Forum (now called the Financial Stability Board), the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, and the Central Bank Governors of the American Continent (CEMLA). Kroszner chaired the working party of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), comprised of deputy central bank governors and finance ministers, on policies for the promotion of better international payments equilibrium. As a member of the Federal Reserve Board, he was also a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee. Before becoming a member of the board, Kroszner was a professor of economics at Chicago Booth. Upon returning, he assumed a newly created chair—the Norman R. Bobins Professorship of Economics. Kroszner was director of the George J. Stigler Center for the Study of the Economy and the State and editor of the Journal of Law & Economics. He was a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and a director at the National Association for Business Economics. Kroszner also was a member of the Federal Economic Statistics Advisory Committee at the Bureau of Labor Statistics in the Department of Labor. Kroszner was a member of the President's Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) from 2001 to 2003, where he was heavily involved in formulating the policy response to corporate governance scandals as well as advising on a wide range of domestic and international issues, including banking and financial regulation, government-sponsored enterprises, pension reform, terrorism risk insurance, tax reform, currency crisis management and sovereign debt restructuring in Latin America, the role of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), international trade, and economic development. Kroszner has been a visiting scholar at the Securities and Exchange Commission, the IMF, the Stockholm School of Economics, the Stockholm University, the Free University of Berlin, Germany, and the London School of Economics. He was the John M. Olin Visiting Fellow in Law and Economics at the University of Chicago Law School and the Bertil Danielson Visiting Professor of Banking and Finance at the Stockholm School of Economics. Kroszner's research interests include regulation of financial institutions, international financial crises, the Great Depression, monetary economics, corporate governance, debt restructuring and bankruptcy, corporate governance, and political economy. Kroszner received a BS (magna cum laude) in applied mathematics-economics (with honors) from Brown University in 1984 and an MA (1987) and PhD (1990), both in economics, from Harvard University.
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Responding to the impact of economic crisis - ILO and OECD
 
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Juan Somavia, Director General of the ILO, and Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the OECD spoke today to the ILO's Governing Body on their organizations' roles in the current economic and social crisis. Angel Gurría cited recent OECD estimates that there could be around 10 million more unemployed in the OECD area by 2010.
OECD's William White: Monetary Policy Has Failed
 
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Feb 26 – William White, chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD and former chief economist at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), says the risks posed by global debt levels are greater today than... http://www.financialsense.com/subscribe
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What people are saying about the OECD Consumer Policy Toolkit?
 
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Find out what people are saying about the OECD Consumer Policy Toolkit which examines how markets have evolved and provides insights for improved consumer policy making. It explores, for the first time, how what we have learned through the study of behavioural economics is changing the way policy makers are addressing problems.
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Professor Frédéric Jenny on The Globalisation of Competition Enforcement
 
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About the Speaker: Frédéric Jenny is Professor of Economics at ESSEC Business School in Paris and a leading authority on competition policy. He is also a Judge at the Commercial, Economic and Financial Law Chamber of the French Supreme Court (Cour de cassation), Chairman of the OECD Competition Committee and Non Executive Director of the Office of Fair Trading in the United Kingdom. He was previously Vice-Chair of the French Competition Authority and Chair of the WTO Working Group on Trade and Competition. He holds a Ph.D in Economics from Harvard University, a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Paris and an MBA degree from ESSEC Business School in Paris. He has written extensively about trade, competition and economic development and has served as an adviser to many developing countries on competition issues. About the Event: This address is the second event in the 'Competition Enforcers Series', which is co-hosted by the Competition Authority. This purpose of this series is to analyse the impact of and the need for rigorous enforcement of competition policy on a global scale to overcome the current crises and promote growth and innovation. In his address, Frédéric Jenny will draw on his extensive economic expertise to provide a unique perspective on competition enforcement.
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Korea′s economic growth strong over past decade: OECD 

한국 10년간 경제성적 괜찮았다…OECD 3
 
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Despite the lingering economic uncertainties around the world, Korea′s economic growth over the past decade has remained relatively strong in comparison to that of other OECD member countries. Sohn Jung-in has more. Korea came in at sixth place out of 34 member countries in terms of economic growth rate, growing at an average of three-point-seven percent per year during the period between 2005 and 2014, according to data released by the OECD on Monday. That′s two-and-a-half times higher than the OECD average of one-point-five percent. Chile ranked first on the list, with an average annual expansion of four-point-two percent during the same period, followed by Turkey, Israel, Poland and Slovakia. Australia and Mexico came behind Korea in seventh and eighth places, respectively. The latest figure for Korea represents an outstanding performance for the country, when compared to countries with a per capita GDP exceeding 30-thousand U.S. dollars. The top six countries on the list, with the exception of Korea and Israel, all had a per capita GDP in the 20-thousand dollar range. Also, unlike many OECD members that suffered a period of weak or negative growth right after the 2008 global financial crisis, Korea remained relatively stable. Korea recorded the lowest fall among the top six countries on the list from 2009 to 2014. Financial experts say now it′s time for Korea to come up with a new economic policy, while simultaneously pushing for structural reforms,... as the period of rapid economic growth for the country has come to an end. Sohn Jung-in, Arirang News.
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Nicholas Lardy on Markets over Mao: The Rise of Private Business in China
 
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PIIE Senior Fellow Nicholas R. Lardy presents the conclusions of his latest book published by the Institute, Markets over Mao: The Rise of Private Business in China, on September 10, 2014. Richard McGregor, Washington bureau chief for the Financial Times, provided commentary, along with Jin-Yong Cai, executive vice president and CEO of the International Finance Corporation. For more information, visit: http://www.piie.com/events/event_detail.cfm?EventID=345
The Most Powerful Men in the World & the Crisis of the Global Financial System (2013)
 
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After becoming Bank governor, King explained that Bank of England policy was "similar to that of the Federal Reserve" under Alan Greenspan. Greenspan described his approach as "mitigat[ing] the fallout [from the bursting of a bubble] when it occurs".[12] King agreed with Alan Greenspan that, "It is hard to identify asset price 'bubbles'."[12] Other warnings about the UK housing market followed, including from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research in 2004[13] and the OECD in 2005.[14] King noted the "unusually large" difference between the RPIX and CPI at the beginning of 2004 (the latter does not include house prices as part of its inflation measure, whilst the former does),[15] and, six months later, that UK house prices had risen "to levels which are well above what most people would regard as sustainable in the longer term", having increased by more than 20% over the preceding year and more than 100% over the preceding five.[16] In 2005, The Economist described the run-up in UK house prices as forming part of "the biggest bubble in history",[17] and, by October 2007—when the UK housing bubble was at its peak[18]—the IMF was reporting that the UK housing market was "overpriced by up to 40 per cent".[19] As noted by the OECD, house-price volatility "can raise systemic risks as the banking and mortgage sectors are vulnerable to fluctuations in house prices due to their exposure to the housing market."[20] Dean Baker in The American Prospect said the failure by Greenspan and King to tackle the bubbles in their respective countries' housing markets resulted in catastrophic "fallout" when the bubbles burst, resulting in the worst recessions in both countries since the Great Depression.[21] UK--US inaction may be compared to action taken by China[22][23][24][25][26] and Australia.[27] Another result of the financial crisis has been King's rejection of the Bank's devout focus on price stability, or inflation targeting, a policy that was instituted after Black Wednesday in 1992 and that was continued by King after becoming governor in 2003.[28] One of the two early lessons King drew from crisis were that "price stability does not guarantee stability of the economy as a whole" and that "the instruments used to pursue financial stability are in need of sharpening and refining."[29] Accepting King's narrow concentration on price stability had resulted in disaster, the 2012 Financial Services Bill, in transferring the majority of macroprudential regulatory powers from the FSA to the Bank, will grant the Financial Policy Committee (chaired by King) the power to curb lending in booms, including placing limits on the public's access to mortgages.[30] Overall, one former, senior BoE official summed up the Bank's pre-crisis performance well: "How can you look back with the benefit of hindsight and see it as a success? We were responsible for financial stability and we utterly failed to take any avoiding action against the greatest financial crisis in our lifetimes".[6] David Blanchflower noted that, even as late as the summer of 2008, King did not even see the financial crisis coming.[31] In its review of Bank of England accountability, one of the major complaints of the Treasury Select Committee was the Bank's refusal to undertake an internal review of its performance during the financial crisis,[32] meaning the Bank has still not been held properly accountable for its substantial culpability.[30] Such a review would pose difficulties since evidence on how its most senior policymakers arrived at their decisions is destroyed as a matter of course, as are those of the meetings of the interim Financial Policy Committee, which was set up in 2011 as part of the Bank's greater responsibility for financial stability.[32] By contrast, the United States publishes the Federal Reserve's deliberations with a five-year lag, which have provided "the most detailed picture yet of how top officials at the central bank didn't anticipate the storm about to hit the U.S. economy and the global financial system."[33] As in the UK, the US central bank's devastating failure has led to a new regulatory framework, the 2010 Dodd--Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, giving more supervisory power. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mervyn_King_(economist)
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Delusional Janet Yellen Making a "Profound Ontological Error"
 
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OECD's William White: Monetary Policy Has Failed and Economists Are Making a "Profound Ontological Error": http://www.financialsense.com/financial-sense-newshour/big-picture/oecd-white-reprise Fed Credibility Watch: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-29/credibility-watch-janet-yellen-explains-how-dovishly-hawkish-fed-live-feed The Economic Club of New York: https://www.econclubny.org/
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