Professor Mehrling and host Demetri Kofinas aim to help deepen the understanding of a financial system that has proven to be far more resilient than many of its critics and most ardent supporters could have possibly imagined.
Professor Mehrling discusses how an understanding of what he calls the “hierarchy of money” can help us understand the cryptocurrency crash of 2022.
Professor Gallagher and Cecilia Han Springer talk about new findings from the GDP Center’s “China’s Global Energy Finance Database,” and outline China’s declining energy sector loans and what that means for future development financing and global green energy investments.
Professor Gallagher joined global experts to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on SDG implementation, whether the international community is on track to meet the 2030 deadline, as well as the need for renewed multilateralism and buy-in from advanced economies in emerging markets and developing countries.
Professor Grimes and William Kring discuss East Asia’s economic growth and explore why the economies of the region have not put forward new models of global financial governance.
Professors Kring and Gallagher co-authored an OpEd on the need for a more robust, inclusive, and equitable GFSN.
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses China’s growing influence on global finance at a time when the U.S. is scaling back participation on the global stage.