Paul Blustein Discusses State of International Economic Institutions

  • 2014•02•21

    In this video interview, journalist Paul Blustein joins UNU Rector David Malone to discuss the principal economic and financial institutions meant to be guiding and managing global economic cooperation and preventing systemic shocks (which manifestly failed in recent years). He discusses the International Monetary Fund, G-20, and the Financial Stability Board, touching on other international economic organizations such as the WTO and the World Bank, and contemporary strains in emerging economies and on the unfinished business of the European Union’s recovery.