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Future development of national debt

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Erwin-Schrödinger-Saal
Plenary / Panel
German and English language
Chief Executive Officer, European Financial Stability Facility; Designated Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism, Luxembourg
President, Government Debt Committee; Former Director, IHS - Institute of Advanced Studies, Vienna
Professor of Economics, Université Libre de Bruxelles; Senior Fellow, Bruegel, Brussels
Chief Business Correspondent, BBC, London

Dipl.-Vw. Klaus REGLING

Chief Executive Officer, European Financial Stability Facility; Designated Managing Director, European Stability Mechanism, Luxembourg

Bachelor's degree in Economics, University of Hamburg Master's degree in Economics, University of Regensburg Young Professional Program: Research and African Department International Monetary Fund, Washington Economist in the Research Department: Participation in the preparation of the World Economic Outlook, International Monetary Fund, Washington German Bankers' Association: Economist German Ministry of Finance: Economist, European Monetary Affairs Division International Monetary Fund, Washington and Jakarta Economist/Senior Economist/Deputy Chief in the International Capital Markets Division: Preparation of capital markets reports; program negotiations with African and Asian countries Resident Representative in Indonesia German Ministry of Finance Chief of the International Monetary Affairs Division: IMF, G7, world economy Deputy Director-General for International Monetary and Financial Relations: Preparation of EMU, IMF, EBRD, World Bank, export credit guarantees, debt, G7 Director-General for European and International Financial Relations: All European and international issues of relevance for Ministry of Finance (except tax issues) Managing Director, Moore Capital Strategy Group, London: Analysis of economic policies in major industrial and emerging markets European Commission: Director-General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG ECFIN) Fellow at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore and Senior Advisor, European Commission Founder and chairman of KR Economics, Economic and financial consultancy, Brussels
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Dr. Bernhard FELDERER

President, Government Debt Committee; Former Director, IHS - Institute of Advanced Studies, Vienna

Studies, Law and Economics, University of Vienna Studies, Economics, Faculté de Droit et Sciences Economiques, University of Paris Doctoral degree, Vienna Habilitation, Karlsruhe, Germany Research Assistant of Prof. Fritz Machlup, Princeton University, New York, USA Visiting Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA Assistant Professor, University of Karlsruhe, Germany Professor of Economics, University of Cologne, Germany 6-month appointment of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, consulting and teaching, mainly in Novosibirsk and Moscow Director, Economic Seminar, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Cologne, Germany Professor of Economics, University of Bochum, Germany Director, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna Chairman, Austrian Government Debt Committee
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  Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Cologne, Germany
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PhD André SAPIR

Professor of Economics, Université Libre de Bruxelles; Senior Fellow, Bruegel, Brussels

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI Associate then Full Professor, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels Economic Adviser to the Director-General for Economic and Financial Affairs then to the President, European Commission, Brussels Senior Fellow, Bruegel, Brussels
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since 1982
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PhD Linda YUEH

Chief Business Correspondent, BBC, London

Economics Fellow, Oxford University, Oxford Adjunct Professor of Economics, London Business School, London
since 2003
since 2006