Fixing finance is not enough

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Mon, Apr 30, 2012

The reform of the financial sector is, after the colossal failures that began in 2008, front and center of the agenda. But neglecting the steps to correct monetary and financial policies that increase income and wealth inequality has been deleterious to growth, to social cohesion and to economic stability.

A new publication co-issued by Center of Concern convenes thinkers from governments, international organizations and academia to make the case for an urgent link between reforms in the financial sector and their social consequences.