Banking Crisis: International Dimensions

Continuing its examination of the ramifications of the banking crisis, the Treasury Committee undertook a short inquiry into the international dimension of the banking crisis.


As part of this inquiry the Committee held the following evidence sessions, please use the above link to access the transcripts of the sessions:

Tuesday 9 June 2009 - Bretton Woods Project

Witness: Peter Chowla, Policy and Advocacy Officer

Tuesday 16 June 2009 - Academics

Witnesses:  Professor Willem Buiter, London School of Economics and Political Science, Dr Jon Danielsson, London School of Economics and Political Science, Professor John Driffill, Birkbeck College, and Professor Mark Taylor, Warwick Business School


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