Post Tagged with: "Ngaire Woods"

BSG Faculty, Economic growth and resilience

Globalizing the Fed

Globalizing the Fed

Should the United States worry about whether its monetary policy is wreaking havoc on emerging and developing countries (EMDCs)? That was the question faced by the Federal Reserve at the height of its quantitative-easing program, when its monthly purchases of long-term assets drove yield-hungry investors into these countries, causing their […]

by × 27 February 2014 ×

BSG Faculty, Economic growth and resilience

Global institutions after the crisis

Global institutions after the crisis

When Lehman Brothers collapsed and the global financial crisis erupted five years ago, many glimpsed a silver lining: the promise of more effective global economic governance. But, despite a flurry of early initiatives, the world remains as far from that goal as ever. The Financial Stability Board (FSB), established after the G-20 […]

by × 06 September 2013 ×

BSG Faculty, Dean's corner

Welcome to the BSG blog

Welcome to the BSG blog

Professor Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, recalls highlights of the successful first term at BSG, and discusses applications for entry in 2013.

by × 11 January 2013 ×