Global Financial Governance after the Crisis

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GEG hosts Timothy Lane, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, for a closed roundtable discussion of global regulatory reform

Canada has been widely touted as a success story of recovery after the financial crisis. in March, 2015, GEG researchers enjoyed a unique opportunity to discuss the stabilization of the global economy after the 2009 crisis with Timothy Lane, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada.

Given Lane’s front-seat perspective on global finance and lengthy previous experience with the International Monetary Fund, researchers were able to engage him on a wide range of topics, including transformations in monetary policy, IMF reform and economic transition.