Domenico Lombardi
Project Syndicate
What Enabled Bretton Woods?
What would convince Chinese leaders that they must rapidly reinforce the open global economy that enabled China's export-driven economic rise? One such catalyst might be a financial crisis emanating from the country’s risk-laden shadow-banking system...Bretton Woods demonstrated that it takes a major crisis to produce a political dynamic of reform. Today's world, for all of its troubles, is simply not dangerous enough -- at least not yet -- for the countries at the helm of the global economy.
Domenico Lombardi is an expert on international monetary relations, the global economy, and G-20 and G-8 summits. His current research focuses on the global financial crisis, the European crisis, and the reform of the international monetary system. He has published several peer-reviewed articles and books and his research has been quoted in Congressional and Parliamentary hearings around the world. Domenico is a regular commentator in the leading international press and on major TV networks.
The Bank of Canada and the Global Financial Crisis: Quietly Influential Among Central Banks, with P. Syklos, in Crisis and Reform, R. Medhora and D. Rowlands (eds.), CIGI Press, June 2014
Italy: Strategies for Moving from Crisis to Growth, with L. Paganetto, Europe's Crisis, Europe's Future, Brookings Press, K. Dervis and J. Mistral (eds.), April 2014
Financial Regionalism, Finance and Development, September 2012
Ukraine's Debt Dilemma, Project Syndicate, November 12, 2014
America un Po' Meno Global, Il Foglio, November 6, 2014
La Rottamazione Intelligente e Sviluppista dei Burocrati Indiani, Il Foglio, October 28, 2014


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