Are we headed for secular stagnation?
Dr. Willem H. Buiter Discusses the Future of Our Economy

Tuesday, November 18th at 7:00 pm

Bar 3100 at the British Embassy

Registration required Cash Bar 


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The Cambridge Society of Washington, DC will be joined by Cambridge alumni Willem H. Buiter. Dr. Buiter is the Chief Economist at Citigroup and based in New York. He has graciously agreed to share his economic expertise while in DC in his capacity as a consultant for the IMF.

His talk will address the lowering economic growth rate, the future prospects for economic growth, and the policy failures and institutional weaknesses that have lead to this lower growth rate and secular stagnation.

Dr. Buiter has published on macroeconomics, monetary and exchange rate management, financial markets and institutions, fiscal policy, social security reform, economic development, emerging markets and transition economics. He was a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England from 1997 till 2000 and Chief Economist and Special Counselor to the President at the EBRD from 2000 till 2005. He has been a consultant or advisor to the IMF, the World Bank, other multilateral institutions, national governments and central banks. He has been a Senior Advisor to Goldman Sachs International, a member of the Academic Advisory Board of APG Investments and a Board member of Robeco.


**As this event is being held at the British Embassy, where strict entry and ID requirements apply, please be sure to RSVP using your name as it appears on the ID you intend to use on the evening of the event. Please also note that as a result of these entry requirements, we are obligated to close registration on November 11th, which is one week before the event itself.** 

Event Information
Tuesday, Nov 18 2014 at 7:00pm [ iCal ]
British Embassy
3100 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008