Speaking

2020
The Oxford and Cambridge Club, 16 November 2020Writer’s Talk: The Cost of Free Money by Paola Subacchi
International Conference: Priorities for Global Economic Governance in the Post-Covid-19 Digital World, RANEPA, 7 October Digitalization. Impact on the economy, society, international cooperation and global governance
Forum AffarInternazionali, IAI, 6 October Reframing Goals and Priorities of the G20 Agenda in a Post-COVID 19 World
From Bretton Woods to 2008 and beyond: global monetary governance – Roundtable: What Prospects for the Global Financial and Monetary Governance, UCL Louvain Conference (online), 18 September Roundtable : What Prospects for the Global Financial and Monetary Governance
Virtual 2020, INSOL International, 17 September Coming out Stronger: Lessons Learned and Ideas for Dealing with the Next Global Crisis
Scotland China Education Network, 10 September Cooperation or competition — China in the post-Covid world economy
Essential Economics, 14 JulyThe Cost of Free Money – launch webinar
SAIIA, 23 June The G20 in the time of COVID-19
Digital Global Solutions Summit 2020, Global Solutions Initiative, 19 April 2020What can the G20 do to stabilise the world economy in times of the COVID-19 pandemic?
Forum AffarInternazionali, IAI, 3 April Economia e Covid 19. Le risposte dell’Ue
2019
RADIX, 27 November What next for monetary policy?
NDC, 29 October Upturning the rules of the game: Has the world economy become more fragmented and less stable?
ICAEW, 21 MayGeopolitics and global M&A panel discussion
Workshop in Economics – Growth and Development in Uncertain Times, QMUL and SUFE, 14 MayRegional or Global? Financial Stability, Safety Nets, and Institutions in Uncertain Times
PROSPECTS FOR JAPAN’S G20 OSAKA SUMMIT: A SYMPOSIUM, Munk School, University of Toronto, 8 May New frontiers for economic governance and the promotion of diversity
Global Solutions Summit 2019, Global Solutions Initiative, 19 MarchAging Population: Its Impact and Challenges Parallel Session
European Young Leaders, Friends of Europe, 15 March Money makes the world go round? Changing the future of finance
NDC, 25 February Do trade and financial integration underpin security – or vice versa?
2018
‘China and the world: engaging with a reemerging superpower’ forum, Nazarbayev University, 29 NovemberFinancial sector of China and the world
Future Trends Forum, Fundación Innovación Bankinter, 26 November Soluciones de gobernanza para ciudades inteligentes
EBRD Policy Academy, 2 November BRI and the next steps of renminbi internationalisation
BBL Seminar, RIETI, 25 OctoberA View from Europe: Monetary policy, structural reforms and the rise of populist politics
ANU, 28 September Regional or global? Crises, safety nets, institutions, and international cooperation
Workshop on Enhancing the Participation of Women Entrepreneurs and Traders in Government Procurement, WTO, 25 JuneUnderstanding the links between trade, government procurement and women empowerment: What are the economic opportunities? What is the role of the GPA?
Manila 2018: 51st Annual Meeting of the Asian Development Bank, ADB, 4 May Past, Present, and Future of the World Economy: Saving the International Economic Order
NDC, 6 March Globalization, Regionalization and Fragmentation
2017

1st International Symposium on the “New demands of Global Economic Governance”, FES, 4 November

Global Economic Governance at a Crossroads
The Global Security Environment, NDC, 14 SeptemberGlobalization, Regionalization and Fragmentation
Symposium on the Internationalisation of the RMB, QMUL, 27 June The Belt and Road as a means for RMB internationalization
International Forum on Women and Trade, International Trade Centre, 20 June Opening markets for women to trade
The Luxembourg Renminbi Forum 2017, Luxembourg for Finance, 1 June The Future of Europe’s Relations with China in Financial Services
Annual Conference 2017, The Association of Corporate Treasurers, 17 MayQuestion Time: Finance and business leaders take questions and debate the financial, political and economic headlines of the day
The Business Confucius Institute at the University of Leeds, 17 March Meet the Author: ‘The People’s Money’ by Dr Paola Subacchi
Young China Watchers, 12 MarchBeijing – The People’s Money: How China Is Building a Global Currency with Paola Subacchi 
FT Debt Capital Markets Outlook, 28 February“Where is the dry tinder?” An overview of global risks
EBRD, 30 January The return of history
2016
LSE, 23 NovemberGoverning the global economy: why international policy cooperation is important
BBL Seminar, RIETI, 15 November The People’s Money: How China is Building a Global Currency
The 3rd Dameisha China Innovation Forum, November International Policy Cooperation to Revamp the Global Economy
“G20 and BRICS – new global governance institutions” conference, RANEPA, 25 October Persisting Challenges: What G20 and BRICs Actions are needed?
Vistula University, 6 October Vistula University

International Symposium on the Rules for Global Governance, DRC, 2 August

Economic governance, cooperation and growth
How to re-energize the G20? China’s Presidency in 2016 and its Agenda, SIIS, 23 April How successful is the financial regulation reform?
CNW Capital Service  Limited seminar, 10 March London and the development of the renminbi offshore market
National Defence College of Oman, 14 FebruaryIFIs and MNCs in the world economy
2015
Nomura Investment Forum, 30 NovemberNomura Investment Forum
Heinrich Böll Foundation, 6 October Future of Europe
Chatham House, 23 April Has the global financial architecture become more resilient?
National Defence College of Oman, 15 FebruaryState and non-state actors in a changing world
FT Debt Capital Markets Outlook, 10 FebruaryIs QE a global game-changer?
2014
University of Bath, 7 October All Change: The New World of International Currencies (Dr Paola Subacchi)
The Global Economy: Challenges and Prospects, HKUST Leadership and Public Policy Series, 4 July RMB Internationalization
“The Future of currencies”, Future Trends Forum, 5 JuneNeeds Not Met by the Current Systems: Liquidity
National Defence College of Oman, 19 February
State and non-state actors in a changing world
2013
G20 Seoul Conference, 18 December
Heading for the exit: will policy coordination help managing the ‘new normal’?
BRICs Conference,  FCO, 11 DecemberMoving on and adapting to the ‘new normal’: the G20 five years after Washington
G20 at Five Forum, Crawford School of Public Policy, 15 NovemberThe G20 and global governance challenges
The International Monetary and Financial System
Centre for Central Banking Studies, Bank of England
, 23 October
Managing interdependencies and spillovers: The new face of international policy coordination
Globalisation and Uncertainty Workshop Exeter University, 23 SeptemberManaging interdependencies and spillovers: The new face of international policy coordination
Changing of the guard, INET, 4 April The RMB and The Future of Asian Finance
Model United Nations, 12 March Resetting the World Economy
2012
Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, 28 November Shifting Capital The Rise of Financial Centres in Greater China-Panel discussion(Dr Paola Subacchi)
ADBI, 14 November The road to fiscal consolidation
in Europe
Peking University, 5 November The road to fiscal consolidation in Europe
Beijing Forum, 3 November The challenges for global capitalism in the post-crisis world
6th Asia-Europe Editors’ Roundtable, Asia-Europe Foundation, 13 October Opportunities and challenges through the eyes of Asia and Europe
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, 27 SeptemberInternational Symposium on IMS Reform and Internationalization of RMB
“The road to the Fiscal Union in the Eurozone”, KAS Expert Conference, 15 SeptemberThe Balance of Power between the Capitals and Brussels
Chatham House, 23 JulyThe Centre for the Study of the RMB and the IMS (CSRI)
“Governing Globalisation in a  World Economy in Transition”, European Parliament, 27 JuneComment to Michael Hudson’s “Europe’s Three Needs”
Royal Elcano Institute, 1 JuneBroken Forever? Addressing Europe’s multiple crises
The Focal Point, Bauhinia Foundation, 18 MayShifting Capital
Lingnan University
Hong Kong
, 17 May
Broken Forever? Addressing Europe’s Multiple Crises
Trading Places: the Emerging World Order, 22 FebruaryThe Yuan in Reserve?  
2011
PSA Meeting, Chatham House, 2 DecemberThe changing global economic order as seen from  the ‘other’ No 10
CIGI’11: Gaps in Global Governance, CIGI, 4 November Gaps in Global Governance Roundtable
Hong Kong Forum, 27 July The euro crisis
2010
EUSI International Conference ‘Who will provide the next financial model?’, 11 December A Tentative View of the International Monetary System to 2020
2009
CIGI, 7 July G8 L’Aquila: Deflecting a post-G8 Moment?
2007
BISA 2007, University of Cambridge, 17 DecemberThe Emergence of New Power Centres
BBL Seminar, RIETI, 12 November Lenders or Owners? How Surplus Countries are going to Change the Playing Field
2004
BBL Seminar, RIETI, 10 November Catching Up with the Rest of Europe: Challenges and Opportunities from the EU Enlargement