"The study deserves credit for aiming to revive interest, for describing the present arrangements with great clarity and for its zeal. The authors explain why the G-7 has gone wrong, and what to do about it."
"The clarity and perceptiveness of the analysis are truly remarkable. I very much agree that the G-7 should be revitalized along the lines that you have so cogently set out."
Jacques de Lárosičre
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
"This is an important book. [Its] analysis of the decline of the G-7 ... is disturbingly accurate. Restoring G-7 cooperation is essential to strengthening world growth without inflation or currency instability."
David C. Mulford
CS First Boston
and former Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs
"The G-7 is fast becoming a ceremonial artifact. So it is timely that [this book] explains why, and offers ideas of what could be done to revive international economic cooperation among the major players."
Robert B. Zoellick
former Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs
"Bergsten and Henning provide more than an overview of the [G-7] policy coordination process; they also cogently address the tough political issues and how the much-needed cooperation among the major economic powers can be revived."
University of California