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Traduttore Traditore? Recognizing and Promoting the Critical Role of Translation in a Global Culture 
The Search for Stability: Financial Crisis, Major Currencies and a New Monetary Order
18 Apr - 22 Apr, 2009
(Session 462)
 12th Annual Freeman Foundation Symposium: Strengthening Cooperation Between the US and East Asia

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Why Salzburg? Stuart Mackintosh explains...

Why Salzburg? Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the Austrian National Bank, explains...
While attending a conference entitled, "The Search for Stability: Financial Crisis, Major Currencies and a New Monetary Order ", at the Salzburg Global Seminar, Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the Austrian National Bank, took a few moments to reflect on the quality and uniqueness of the Salzburg Global Seminar experience. Nowotny first attended the Salzburg Seminar, back in the summer of 1965, and has returned to many participate in several conferences, on a regular basis.

ECB May Consider Quantitative Easing, says Austrian Central Bank Governor in Exclusive Interview
Ewald Nowotny, Governor of the Austrian Central Bank, discussed the current financial crisis and its implications for Europe in a wide ranging exclusive interview in Salzburg. Discussing the potential need for increased interest rate reductions and longer lending periods on ECB loans, Governor Nowotny also suggested a potential move beyond traditional ECB practices, including the purchasing of assets, a practice known as credit easing or quantitative easing.

Speaking at Session 462, “The Search for Stability: Financial Crisis, Major Currencies and a New Monetary Order”, Governor Nowotny’s suggest that the ECB is considering new kinds of technical instruments in dealing with the crisis’ fallout, but may lack the political will needed to implement such measures.

The Post-Crisis Banking and Financial Sectors will be Smaller, More Conservative, says G30 Executive Director in Exclusive Interview
Stuart Mackintosh, Executive Director of the Group of Thirty, talks about the financial crisis, the future of the banking sector, and the dangers of lessons not learned in an exclusive interview conducted by Adam Plowright, economics sub-editor at Agence France Press and Knight Foundation Fellow at “The Search for Stability: Financial Crisis, Major Currencies and New Monetary Order.”

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