William White has been intimately involved in setting macroeconomic policy for over forty years.

William was chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD, which makes policy recommendations to associated countries. He writes and speaks widely on macroeconomic issues.

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International financial regulation: why it still falls short.

The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) recently published a Working Paper by William White. He argues that changes to …
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Is the world still at risk of the “Japan disease”?

This question was posed by the editors of The International Economy to a symposium of over thirty analysts, including William …
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Beyond the lockdown: Monetary policy and financial stability in the transition

William White gave a webinar on 9 June 2020 for the Global Risk Institute. He began by explaining how the …
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