2009 National Summit: Governing the global economy - Economic nationalism vs. Bretton Woods 2.0
The United States Studies Centre hosted the second National Summit in June 2009. The topic of Plenary Session 2 was "Governing the global economy: Economic nationalism vs. Bretton Woods 2.0" and featured Tim Harcourt, Peter Hartcher and Robert Lawrence. The session was moderated by Ali Moore.
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