Arthur Burns Memorial Lecture

The speeches in this series are from decision-makers from the fields of economics and finance. The focus of the traditional yearly lectures is the role of the transatlantic partnership in regard to economics, finance, and markets. The Arthur Burns Memorial Lecture, established by Atlantik-Brücke in cooperation with the Deutsche Bundesbank, commemorates Arthur Burns contribution to German-American relations, as a renowned economist and president of the Federal Reserve as well as a dedicated U.S. Ambassador in Germany from 1981 to 1985.

XXII Arthur Burns Memorial Lecture
Fundamentals of the German-American partnership were themes of the Arthur Burns Memorial Lecture given by German Federal Minister of Defense Dr. Karl-Theodor Freiherr zu Guttenberg on February 8, 2011. The event, which brought together 250 members and guests of Atlantik-Brücke, was held at the DZ Bank in Frankfurt am Main. Guttenberg’s speech addressed the concern […]
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XXIII Arthur Burns Memorial Lecture
Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, joined 180 Atlantik-Brücke members and guests in the Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt on March 27th to deliver the XXIII Arthur Burns Memorial Lecture. His lecture on the ECB’s monetary policy in the context of the global financial crisis continued the tradition of bringing key players in the […]
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