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"The purpose of the Forum is to promote the discussion of frontier research on empirical and theoretical issues in international finance, banking and macroeconomics, with a special eye on the relevance for monetary policy. In the wake of financial crises in Europe, the United States and...
Conference Programme: Session 1) Cross-Border Effects of Unconventional Policies Session 2) Monetary Policy Implementation and Transmission at the ZLB Session 3) Theoretical Perspectives on Liquidity and Financial Markets Session 4) Modeling Credit Easing
The workshop will give researchers and central bankers the opportunity to discuss theoretical work, empirical findings and policy implications related to cross-border banking. Topics: - the role of internationally active banks in the global economy - the effects of crossborder banking on the...
The aim of this workshop is to allow those responsible for the design and implementation of such policies to deepen their theoretical understanding of monetary operations and to compare and contrast experiences with their peers. Topics: - lessons learned from the financial crisis; - forms of...
Conference Program: Session I - Transatlantic Macro-Financial Linkages: The Ties that Bind Session II - Macroeconomic Developments and Policy Challenges in the United States and Europe Session III - Transatlantic Dimensions of Financial Reform
Topics: - financial market incentives and bank funding, - International implications of the evolving models of funding, - the impact of different types of bank funding on the supply of corporate lending (including SME lending) and investment, - corporate bond issuance as a complement/substitute...
The goal of this two-day conference is to enhance the interaction among researchers interested in financial intermediation. Submissions in all areas of financial intermediation will be considered.
The 2007-09 financial crisis has demonstrated that systemic risk spreads globally across markets and institutions. Funding difficulties in one country can spill over to other countries via internationally active institutions, and the tail risk in financial markets can be transmitted across the...
The attendance is by invitation only. [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information] The website is no longer available.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Brandeis International Business School will host this workshop, where researchers and practitioners will discuss issues central to the design, regulation, and use of financial markets, including liquidity, bid-ask spreads, transparency, and market...
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