AGENDA – Fifth Annual Single Global Currency Conference
Sunday, 9 March 2008 at Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Arlington St., Boston.
The first part of the Conference will consist of two sessions on last day of the Annual Conference of the Eastern Economics Association. (For the preliminary EEA agenda, see http://www.iona.edu/eea/conf2008/cover.htm.)
9:00-10:40 "The Costs and Benefits of a Single Global Currency." (Session #174 of the EEA Conference)
Ted di Stefano, Managing Partner, Capital Solurce
Partners and SGCA Director
Jeremy Slater, Writer, Brussels .
11:00 – 12:30 "James Tobin’s 1978 "not [yet] a viable option" view of a Single Global Currency – What has changed since then?" (Session #193 of the EEA Conference)
A. G. Malliaris, Professor, Loyola University of
Chicago , and Board of Advisors, SGCA
12:30-1:30 Lunch and end of EEA conference.
1:30 p.m. Opening Comments for Single Global Currency Conference. Morrison Bonpasse, Single Global Currency
2:00-3:00 Open Discussion: "How to get there from here?"
Open Discussion: "Will the IMF be part of the solution
or remain part of the problem?"
4:15-5:00 Summary of conference, and Recommendations for the Sixth Single Global Currency Conference in 2009.
5:00 Adjourn to informal discussions into the evening.