NEW PUBLICATION: Managing Complexity: Economic Policy Cooperation After the Crisis
The financial crisis of 2007–09 spread across the globe, highlighting the economic interdependencies between all major countries and raising issues of international cooperation. Managing Complexity examines how, following the crisis, countries have changed the way they cooperate when it comes to economic policy.
This volume, the result of a joint research project of Chatham House and the International Monetary Fund, brings together researchers and policymakers who were directly involved in the crisis. They provide a critical look at the challenges facing international policy cooperation and how the theory and practice of cooperation have evolved in the new postcrisis environment.
PEFM contributors: Russell Kincaid, David Vines and Max Watson
The book is dedicated to Max Watson "A passionate believer in making the world a better place through international economic cooperation who committed in life's work to this goal".
The book will be launched at Chatham House on Wednesday 2 March:
Are we ready for the next financial crisis?
Klaus Regling (Managing Director and Member of Management Board, European Stability Mechanism (ESM)
Paola Subacchi (Research Director, International Economics, Chatham House)
Fabrizio Saccomanni (Visiting Professor in Practice, European Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science; Italian Minister of Economy and Finance (2013-14)