Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee
Established in 1994 by its current executive director Marc Uzan, the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee orchestrates an open dialogue among high-level stakeholders committed to redefining the global financial architecture to better respond to the changing economic landscape.
The RBWC-Network is a project set in motion by the Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee (RBWC) to diffuse and further develop the information, analyses and projections provided by the diverse group of private, public and academic participants that RBWC regularly brings together. As such RBWC-Network provides a place for open discussion, reflection, and information exchange on the debate about the international financial system and shaped by the agenda that RBWC sets each year for its program of work.
The platform aims to be this year a clearinghouse for information about six key issues: Growth versus Stagnation, Currency Areas, Financial Globalization, Global Governance, Emerging markets and Eurozone Architecture. It has a Contribution section where papers solicited to stimulate thinking and reflection are regularly posted as well as a collection of videos of our conferences and exclusive interviews. It also has a Forum that allows visitors to discuss the different issues, thus encouraging an exchange of ideas and debate.