Willem Buiter (l), Katinka Barysch (c) and Jim O'Neill (r)
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Stephanomics: Can summits fix the world economy?

In the third part of her series Stephanomics, BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders discusses the current financial crisis with leading thinkers, asking whether the world has the political and financial institutions it needs to confront it.

Stephanie Flanders is joined by Jim O'Neill, chairman of the asset management division of Goldman Sachs, Willem Buiter, chief economist at Citigroup and Katinka Barysch, deputy director of the Centre for European Reform.

Stephanomics was broadcast on BBC Radio 4, the BBC World Service, the BBC News Channel and BBC World News. You can also download the radio programme via the Bottom Line podcast.

Read more on Stephanie's blog.

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