Global Economic Integration: Opportunities and Challenges



A symposium sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
August 24-26, 2000
  • Foreword
    THOMAS M. HOENIG
    President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City


  • Symposium Summary
    GEORGE A. KAHN
    Vice-President & Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City,

  • Opening Remarks
    ALAN GREENSPAN
    Chairman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

  • Commentary
    DOUGLAS IRWIN, Professor, Dartmouth College

  • Commentary
    CHARLES GOODHART, Professor, London School of Economics

PANEL DISCUSSION:

How Should Financial Market Regulators Respond to the New Challenges of Global Economic Integration?

  • Commentary
    Panelist: ANDREW CROCKETT, General Manager,
    Bank for International Settlements

  • Commentary
    Panelist: HOWARD DAVIES, Chairman, The Financial Services Authority,
    United Kingdom

  • Commentary
    Panelist: RANDALL KROSZNER, Professor, University of Chicago

  • General Discussion

LUNCHEON ADDRESS:


  • Commentary
    IGNAZIO VISCO, Head, Economics Department, and Chief Economist,
    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

PANEL DISCUSSION:

How Should Monetary Policymakers Respond to the New Challenges of Global Economic Integration?


OVERVIEW PANEL

  • MARTIN FELDSTEIN, President, National Bureau of Economic Research

  • STANLEY FISCHER, First Deputy Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

  • JACOB FRENKEL, Chairman, Sovereign Advisory Group and Global Financial Institutions Group, Merrill Lynch International