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.


The evolving global financial system: some implications for emerging markets

The title I have chosen for my paper is rather a broad one so let me state more directly the …
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The role of regional and global institutions in crisis prevention and management

Panel discussion contribution by William R White, Economic Adviser, Bank for International Settlements, at a conference on ‘The role of regional …
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The Bursting of the Technology Bubble: International Implications

Date:  30 May 2001 File:  2001 05_Asia_Central Bank o fChina_Presentation_30May2001 [Mode de compatibilité].pdf …
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