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Fri Mar 21 17:11:41 2014 UTClccn-no990314170.00Geithner, Timothy F. : Aug. 18, 1961- : Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Treasury0.660.96The interdependencies of payment and settlement systems /31628307Timothy_Geithnerno 990314174978170lccn-no2008183976Troubled Asset Relief Program (U.S.)lccn-no2008183506United StatesCongressional Oversight Panellccn-n79017982United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on Ways and Meanslccn-n81028014United StatesDepartment of the TreasuryOffice of the Secretarylccn-n78088975United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Financelccn-n81033403United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairslccn-no99031416Gensler, Gary S.lccn-n78096864United StatesDepartment of the Treasurylccn-n82132475Truman, Edwin M.lccn-no2002039441Duberstein, Kenneth M.Geithner, Timothy F.United StatesEconomic assistance, DomesticTroubled Asset Relief Program (U.S.)ManagementTransparency in governmentGovernment lendingGeithner, Timothy FBank failures--Government policyEconomic historyEconomic stabilizationBanks and banking--State supervisionTaxationBudgetExpenditures, PublicUnited States.--Department of the Treasury.--Office of the SecretaryAutomobile industry and tradeGensler, Gary SUnited States.--Department of the TreasuryTruman, Edwin MAutomobile industry and trade--Economic aspectsInternational trade--Environmental aspectsLabor laws and legislation, InternationalEnvironmental policy--Economic aspectsForeign trade and employmentCommercial policyForeign trade promotionFree tradeFinancial crises--Econometric modelsFinanceBanks and bankingAsset-backed financingFinancial institutions--Law and legislation196119981999200120082009201020112013201434431630338.5430973HG1816142ocn436997162book20090.63United StatesTreasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner : hearing before the Congressional Oversight Panel, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, April 21, 20095273ocn747839026book20110.70United StatesHearing on the President's fiscal year 2012 budget proposal with U.S. Department of the Treasury secretary Timothy F. Geithner hearing before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Twelfth Congress, first session, February 15, 20113792ocn472666163book20090.59United StatesTreasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner : hearing before the Congressional Oversight Panel, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, September 10, 20093761ocn591015545book20090.59United StatesHearing with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner : hearing, Congressional Oversight Panel, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, December 10, 20093452ocn692669540book20100.63United StatesHearing with Secretary Timothy Geithner : hearing before the Congressional Oversight Panel, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session : hearing held in Washington, DC, June 22, 20103272ocn713023246file20110.59United StatesHearing with Treasury Secretary Geithner : hearing before the Congressional Oversight Panel, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first [i.e. second] session, hearing held in Washington, DC, December 16, 2010834ocn048483423book20010.93Building support for more open trade : report of an independent task force sponsored by the Council on Foreign RelationsWith the current slowdown in the world economy, the expansion of free trade is critically important to economic growth in the United States and abroad--and the United States must move forward on expanding trade now. That is the conclusion of this independent Task Force, which specifically recommends that Congress give Trade Promotion Authority, formerly known as "fast-track," to the president. Created to help break America's political deadlock on trade, and accepting that trade expansion contributes "to economic growth by promoting investment, encouraging competition and technological innovation, and reducing inflation," the Task Force reached two broad conclusions: trade expansion, when combined with complementary domestic policies, can help address the problems cited by labor, environmentalists, and others concerned with social issues; and the United States must move ahead on Trade Promotion Authority. The report outlines recommendations for building a stronger American political consensus on trade expansion. Among its other recommendations: the president should ask Congress for separate votes on individual trade agreements and programs, thus employing a "building block" strategy that will help build a durable base of confidence in, and political support for, trade expansion; the administration should more closely involve Congress throughout the trade-negotiating process, which includes developing broader and deeper contacts with congressional trade committees; Congress and the administration should agree to procedural reforms whereby trade agreements that affect U.S. domestic regulations would be subject to ordinary public notice, comment, and a review process. Failure to reach consensus, the Task Force Report argues, raises the danger of "a broader erosion of support for policies that are fundamental to economic success and rising standards of living in all countries."+-+203745123551ocn268750031book20080.96The interdependencies of payment and settlement systems21ocn864548645book20140.10Geithner, Timothy FUntitled11ocn698100029file2011Geithner, Timothy FMacroeconomic effects of risk retention requirements11ocn848673597art1998Geithner, Timothy FThe economic policy benefits of international co-operation5184ocn707079483com20090.76United StatesNomination of Timothy F. Geithner hearing before the Committee on Finance, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, on the nomination of Timothy F. Geithner to be Secretary of the Treasury, January 21, 20092423ocn041261159book19990.73United StatesReport of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate on the questions asked and the responses provided by the nominees: Timothy F. Geithner, of New York, to be Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs ; Gary S. Gensler, of Maryland, to be Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance ; Edwin M. Truman, of Maryland, to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, March 9, 1999121ocn041668462book19990.47United StatesReport of the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate on the questions asked of the responses provided by the nominees: Timothy F. Geithner, of New York, to be Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs ; Gary S. Gensler, of Maryland, to be Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance ; Edwin M. Truman, of Maryland, to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, March 9, 1999101ocn865576052file20130.70Acemoglu, DaronThe value of connections in turbulent times evidence from the United StatesThe announcement of Timothy Geithner as nominee for Treasury Secretary in November 2008 produced a cumulative abnormal return for financial firms with which he had a connection. This return was about 6% after the first full day of trading and about 12% after ten trading days. There were subsequently abnormal negative returns for connected firms when news broke that Geithner's confirmation might be derailed by tax issues. Excess returns for connected firms may reflect the perceived impact of relying on the advice of a small network of financial sector executives during a time of acute crisis and heightened policy discretion11ocn533686094art2009Geithner, Timothy F. : Aug. 18, 1961- : Secretary of the U.S. Department of the TreasuryBiography+-+2037451235+-+2037451235Fri Mar 21 16:02:10 EDT 2014batch12237