20 Long-Run Fiscal Sustainability in Germany, symposium organized by the IMF; Bertelsman Foundation, and the Institute for Economic Research, Berlin, Germany
22–23 9th Central European Initiative, Summit Economic Forum: Fostering Reforms and Innovation for Sustainable Growth, Tirana, Albania
23–24 World Economic Forum, “Connecting Regions—Creating New Opportunities,” Istanbul, Turkey
26–28 World Economic Forum, “India: Meeting New Expectations,” New Delhi, India
29–30 Group of Eight International Conference on Improving Financial Literacy, Moscow, Russian Federation
7–8 1st Meeting of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Forum on African Public Debt Management, Amsterdam, Netherlands
14 143rd (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OECD and Development Conference, Abuja, Nigeria
5–7 Annual Meeting, American Economic Association, Chicago, Illinois, United States
IMF Executive Board
For an up-to-date listing of IMF Executive Board meetings, see www.imf.org.external/np/sec/bc/eng/index.asp.
16–17 12th Euromoney Central and Eastern European Forum, The CEE: Separating Rhetoric from Reality, Vienna, Austria
24–28 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, Davos, Switzerland
7–8 2nd OECD Forum in Mexico: International Forum on Public Policies for the Development of Mexico, organized by OECD, World Bank, UNDP, Inter-American Development Bank, and ECLAC, Mexico City, Mexico
4–6 Institute of International Bankers’ 2007 Annual Washington Conference, Washington, D.C.
New Perspectives on Financial Globalization Call for Papers IMF, Washington, D.C., April 26–27, 2007
The conference, sponsored by the IMF’s Research Department and Cornell University, aims to provide a forum to present recent theoretical and empirical research on the macroeconomic implications of financial globalization.
Interested authors should submit either a draft of the paper or a detailed abstract by December 1, 2006, to
For details, see www.imf.org.external/np/seminars/eng/2007/finglo/042607.htm.