Past Event

Global Monetary Conditions and Implications for Emerging Economies

February 25, 2021
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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Recognizing the imperative of restoring global growth, the Columbia Global Center | Rio de Janeiro and the Center on Global Economic Governance at Columbia-SIPA have joined forces to produce a ten-part series, entitled "The Changing Role of the State". The series brings together experts from around the world, including Brazil and other emerging markets. The series will treat subjects ranging from fiscal and monetary challenges, inequality and health, labor markets and social policies, and key sectors, such as energy and technology.

Beginning on January 28-29, the global outlook and its impact on Brazil and other emerging economies were examined by renowned economic experts in two 90-minute webinars. The next two sessions on February 25 and 26 will explore the critically important components of the growth imperative, focusing on fiscal and monetary issues.

Panel Discussion on Feb 25: Changing Role of the State | Global Monetary Conditions and Implications for the Emerging Economies


Ilan Goldfajn, Chairman of the Board Credit Suisse, Brasil

Francesco Papadia, Senior Resident Fellow, Bruegel (Brussels)

Guillermo Calvo, Professor of Economics, Columbia University-SIPA

Seth Carpenter, Chief U.S. Economist, UBS

Moderated by Patricia Mosser, Director, MPA Program in Economic Policy Management, Columbia University-SIPA

This the registration page for Panel 3 on February 25th. If you would like to register for Panel 4 on February 26th, please click on this LINK

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Center on Global Economic Governance