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2005
 

Is America's Burgeoning Export of Private Equity Capital a Plus or Minus for the Global Economy?
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
December 6, 2005

NAFTA Revisited: Achievements and Challenges
Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Jeffrey J. Schott, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
October 18, 2005

Conference on IMF Reform
September 23, 2005

American Trade Politics
I. M. Destler, Peterson Institute for International Economics
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
June 15, 2005

China and the World Economy
Fourth Annual Niarchos Lecture
Long Yongtu, Former Vice Minister, Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation of the People's Republic of China
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
May 23, 2005

Swiss National Bank Sales—Lessons and Experiences
Speech at a luncheon at the Peterson Institute
Philipp M. Hildebrand, Swiss National Bank
May 5, 2005

Will Globalization Survive?
Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
April 5, 2005

Managing Energy Insecurity
Speech presented at the Institute for International Economics
Washington, DC
John Browne, Group Chief Executive, BP plc
February 23, 2005

US Trade Policy in 2005
Luncheon Address at the conference "US Trade Policy in 2005"
Institute for International Economics
Robert Rubin, Citigroup
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
February 15, 2005

The United States and the World Economy: Foreign Economic Policy for the Next Decade
Peterson Institute, Washington, DC
February 9, 2005