Instituto Fernand Braudel de Economia Mundial - Associado à FAAP

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The role of the State in the Financial Crisis

In this seminar we discussed the role of national States and multilateral organizations in the creation of new mechanisms for international cooperation.

When: 10/04/2010, at 19:30

Martin Wolf explored the political and economic options to sustain production and employment rates in the face of increasing government debt from developing countries. Lecture topics range from public finance vulnerabilities to the imbalances generated by Germany and China. In this seminar we discussed the role of national States and multilateral organizations in the creation of new mechanisms for international cooperation.

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