America faces enormous challenges in restoring financial stability, reviving economic growth and dealing with the shifting balance of world economic power. Dealing with these challenges will require some tough actions to tackle domestic policy issues—including financial sector regulation and the fiscal deficit—and a constructive approach toward multilateralism and broader economic engagement with emerging economic powers.
On January 9, Senior Fellow Eswar Prasad will offer a public memo to President-elect Obama with recommendations on how to restore global financial stability, move America's economy forward and usher in a new era of global cooperation. The memo is the ninth of 12 Brookings memos on the most crucial public policy priorities facing the new president.
A distinguished panel will include Prasad, Brookings Nonresident Senior Fellow Colin Bradford and Senior Fellow Barry P. Bosworth. Journalist in Residence Paul Blustein, former staff writer for the Washington Post, will provide introductory remarks and moderate the discussion. After the program, panelists will take audience questions.