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International responses to an International Financial Breakdown (Video)

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  • The international financial crisis requires international responses. Early in the crisis some observers in the European Union was responding more appropriately and coherently than the U.S. government. Now there are reports that nationalist pressures may fragment European responses, which may prove inadequate anyway. Meanwhile, the U.S. and Europeans need to find ways to collaborate with Japanese, Chinese, and other nations' finance ministries and central bankers. How is it going, and what might happen next? The panel for this discussion includes Kathleen R. McNamara (Associate Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University), Karl Kaltenhaler (Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Akron), and Elliot Posner (Assistant Professor of Political Science at Case Western Reserve University). Introduced by Joe White (Director of Center of Policy Studies, Case Western Reserve University). Event held on March 18, 2009 in the 1914 Lounge, Thwing Center, Case Western Reserve University)
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  • 2009-03-18
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  • Center for Policy Studies, Case Western Reserve University
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  • English
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  • Video
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  • video/mpeg
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  • ksl:mcntwe00
Identifier ksl:mcntwe00, http://hdl.handle.net/2186/ksl:mcntwe00
HANDLE http://hdl.handle.net/2186/ksl:mcntwe00
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