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Four Vulnerabilities of the 2010 Global Economy

Complete video at: Philip Suttle, a macroeconomist specializing in emerging markets, speculates about probable hurdles to economic recovery in 2010. "We should all be prepared to imagine the unimaginable," he says. ----- The year 2009 -- the worst year for economic performance in recent memory -- is ending on a more positive note with most of the world's major economies growing again. The Carnegie International Economics Program hosts a distinguished panel of experts to discuss the global economy in 2010 and what policy makers need to do in order to ensure sustainable growth. - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Philip Suttle is the new Director of Global Macroeconomic Analysis at the IIF in Washington DC. The IIF is the global association of financial institutions, with more than 365 member institutions around the world. Its primary focus is to provide its membership with research on developments in emerging economies. Mr. Suttle has had a long career as a global macroeconomist, with a specialization in emerging markets. Before coming to the IIF, he was Managing Director and Global Head of Emerging Markets Research at Barclays Capital. He has also worked at the World Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Bank of England. For most of his career, however, he was at JP Morgan, where he helped build Morgan's global economic research effort. He joined JPMorgan in London 1988, where he rose to become Head of European Economic Research. He was transferred to New York in 1992 to help build Morgan's international economics research effort. In 1996, he was promoted to Managing Director.
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