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Dec 23, 2014 2:11am EST
grew up overseas mostly. i i decided having had that experience living in india and thailand, china, you get to watch your country from a different vantage.and see the enormous effect we have on the world. i decided that i wanted to spend part of my life trying to affect those decisions. i went to the treasury as a civil servant, 1988, 1988, i was 27, 28. i never thought i would do it for long, but i have this rewarding experience of working with people that were an excellent and completely ethical -- there was this naÏve existence where politics rarely got in the way or negatively interfered with choices about policy. i i have this experience of watching and being there. very valuable experience. i did not no how valuable. i lived in japan, worked in japan just as their economy was collapsing, watched how they embraced the strategy, mostly sideways drift. did not do much to clean up the financial system. then watched the emerging economies blow themselves up that was an experience. it taught me a lot about how fragile the systems are, how damaging it can be. it gave me a good less
CSPAN
Jun 7, 2014 8:30pm EDT
grew up overseas mostly. i decided having had experience living in thailand studying in china. you get to watch her country from a different vantage point and see the enormous effect we can have on the world mostly for good but not always for good. i decided i wanted to spend part of my life trying to affect those decisions. i went to the treasury pretty early as a civil servant in 1988 i was 27 i think, 28 and i never thought i would do it for a long i had this rewarding experience of working with people that were really excellent completely ethical. there was no -- there was this naÏve existence where politics got in the way or in a negative way interfered with the choice about policy -- he said i have this experience of watching and being part of our helping or observing countries deal with the financial crises. a very valuable experience. i lived in japan. just as there are economy was collapsing i watched how they embraced a strategy of mostly sideways drift for a long time. didn't do much to clean up the financial system. looked at the cost of that and of course watched the
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2014 10:51pm EST
weapons, i ran, north korea, into it inadvertently create a crisis of the south china sea. but the biggest challenge we face is to get our own house in order. >> host: take you so much. very interesting. [applause][inaudible conversati] [applause] >> i have a pretty simple question to start. why did you write your book? so as much as you don't lead to explain you want to be understood? >> and never thought i would. have a hard time to sit still and it is hard to do it but i want to give people a sense of what it was like to have the chance to look at this through our eyes and they were bad choices. it is hard for people to wonder steel and why this was unnecessary, sensible, alter natives and it was worth a shot. in to give our successors a better framework to make choices. in the better understanding so that when they face this mess in the future they can make better choices to do a better job. those are vivacious. >> that governments need to appear to reward the institutions that are failing during the crisis and the severe cases government needs to lead in to borrow more and spe
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Jun 29, 2014 9:00am EDT
overseas mostly, and i decided having had that experience living in india and thailand, studying in china, that you get to watch your country from a different vantage point and see the enormous effect on the world, mostly for good but not always for kirkuk i decided i want to loose spent part of my life trying to effect those decisions i went to the treasure pretty early in life as a civil servant. 1988, i was 27 i think, 28. and i never thought i would do it for long, but i had this really rewarding extremes of working with people that were really excellent, completely ethical. there was no -- we had this naÏve existence were politics rarely got in the way or in a negative way interfered with the choices about policy, and as you said, i had the experience of watching and being part of are helping or observing a bunch of countries deal with pretty devastating financial crisis. very valuable experience but i had no idea how valuable, because i lived in japan, worked in japan just as there economy was collapsing. watched how they embraced the strategy of kind of, mostly sideways drift for
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