The 2006 Global Meeting of the Emerging Markets Forum was held in Jakarta, Indonesia in September. PT Danareksa (Persero) of Indonesia was the local host and sponsor.
The Jakarta Meeting was co-chaired by former President Ramos and Michel Camdessus and had between 70-75 participants.
As at the inaugural meeting, the overarching theme of the 2006 global meeting was Private Capital Flows and Emerging Market Economies. Within this overall theme, four to five related issues were explored in depth, including global and regional financial integration, better deployment of the current “savings glut” in Asia, and mechanisms for financing huge infrastructure needs of fast growing economies.
- 2006 Global Meeting of the Emerging Markets Forum Highlights, Proceedings, and Actionable Proposals (PDF)
- 2006 Global Meeting of the Emerging Markets Forum Program (PDF)
- 2006 Global Meeting of the Emerging Markets Forum List of Participants (PDF)
- 2006 Global Meeting Participants Profiles (PDF)
2006 Global Meeting of the EMF Background Papers
By V. Sundararajan and Harinder Kohli, The Centennial Group.
By Haruhiko Kuroda, Rajat Nag, and Rita Nangia, Asian Development Bank.
By Claudio Loser, Centennial Latin America.
By Eisuke Sakakibara, Waseda University.
By Marcio Marques Moreira, Centennial Latin America.
By Jack Boorman, Emerging Markets Forum.
By Harpaul Alberto Kohli, The Centennial Group.
By Luis Miguel Castilla, CAF.
By Rakesh Jha, ICICI Bank Limited, India.
By Andrew Sheng, University of Malaya & Tsinghua University, Malaysia.
By Heinz Hauser, Swiss Institute for International Economics & Applied Economic Research and University of St.Gallen.
By Armando Ribeiro de Araujo, Centennial Latin America.
The local team in Indonesia was headed by David Agus at PT Danareksa.