Mehrling Publishes New Book: “Money and Empire“
In his latest book, Professor Mehrling traces the evolution of Charles Kindleberger’s thinking in the context of a ‘key-currency’ approach to the rise of the dollar system, here revealed as the indispensable framework for global economic development since World War II.
Gallagher & Kozul-Wright Discuss New Book and Future of Global Economics
In drawing parallels to the original “Bretton Woods moment,” Gallagher argues that the world finds itself “at the 1944 point;” we are in the midst of a proxy war, and due to the increasingly globalized nature of the global economic system the world is reeling from one financial crisis after another. As Gallagher argues, “we already made our mistake in 2008. The time to act is now.”
Gallagher and Kozul-Wright Call for Reform of Global Economic System
“Only through a mixture of dedicated domestic policies and strengthened international cooperation can we hope to reverse the deep-seated inequities of hyper globalization and deliver the UN’s sustainable development goals.”
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Gallagher and Kozul-Wright Discuss Inequality and Climate Change
Professor Gallagher and Richard Kozul-Wright discuss the findings of their latest book – “The Case for a New Bretton Woods‘ – and the need to reform the international economic order to address pressing climate and development challenges.
Gallagher Argues for Global Financial Support of Green Economic Recoveries
As stated in his latest book, Professor Gallagher calls on the IMF and World Bank to abandon austerity requirements and cooperate with other development banks to boost worldwide financing for just green transitions to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars.
Gallagher and Kozul-Wright Argue for Re-Orientation of Global Economic Systems
In their remarks, Gallagher and Kozul-Wright outline the motivation and purpose of the new book – “The Case for a New Bretton Woods” – which is to call for a global discussion to realign global economic institutions for our collective climate, social and development goals.
Gallagher Argues That the World Needs a New Bretton Woods Moment
“Facing today’s intersectional economic, environmental and health crises and building a better tomorrow requires, according to the International Monetary Fund managing director, Kristalina Georgieva, ‘a new Bretton Woods moment.’ As we argue in our new book…she is right.”
Gallagher Discusses New Book on Revamping Global Economic System
“[A Bretton Woods–era convening] might seem impossible today, but we are arguing that we have to have that kind of moment because it’s almost equally impossible to face the consequences of not having any action.”
Gallagher Publishes OpEd on a New Multilateralism
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher discussed working toward a new multilateralism for shared prosperity.
Gallagher in Bretton Woods Project on IMF Policies
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses an article in the IMF in-house magazine questioning orthodox macroeconomic policies.
Gallagher in BWP: China Goes Global With Development Banks
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discussed the impact of China’s massive increase in development finance.