Rebuilding the Global Financial System

As the current economic crisis spread rapidly around the globe, the existing arrangements for cooperation among governments were found wanting. Can the institutions we already have -- the G7, the G20, the IMF, the World Bank, and others -- meet today's demands, or is entirely new architecture needed? Nancy Birdsall, Sir Nigel Sheinwald, David McCormick, Raghuram Rajan and Nassim Nicholas Taleb discuss with Margo Fitzpatrick

Festival: 2009

Watch and Listen: World

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