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CATO’S 32ND ANNUAL MONETARY CONFERENCE —will bring together leading scholars and advocates for fundamental monetary reform to discuss: - The bitcoin revolution and future of crypto-currencies - How technology will drive further innovations so that private currencies become a reality - The...
Cato's 28th Annual Monetary Conference - Asset Bubbles and Monetary Policy - will address a key issue underlying the 2008 financial crisis: Did the Federal Reserve contribute to the crisis by keeping interest rates too low for too long? Would a more restrictive monetary policy have prevented the...
Cato University is the Cato Institute's premier educational event of the year. This annual program brings together …
Cato's 27th Annual Monetary Conference--Restoring Global Financial Stability--will provide an in-depth discussion of alternative proposals for reforming the international monetary system and correcting global imbalances. In particular, leading experts will address the role of the government...
Panel 1: Asset Market Bubbles and Fed Policy Panel 2: Financial Innovation and Monetary Policy Panel 3: Moral Hazard and the Limits of Monetary Policy
This annual program brings together outstanding faculty and participants from across the country – business and professional people, retirees, small business owners, high school and college students, employees of large and small firms, families, and many others who share a commitment to...
Cato’s 25th Annual Monetary Conference will focus on money and freedom—in particular, the risks inherent in a government fiat money regime—and consider monetary and exchange-rate regimes that may emerge in the search for stable money. In addition to the dollar, yen, and euro, special...
This year's monetary conference will address the following issues: - How should the Fed respond to growing global imbalances and a falling dollar? - Is global competition sufficient to discipline central banks? - Did the Greenspan Fed err by providing too much liquidity in the face of crises and...
The conference is designed to achieve three mutually supportive objectives: 1. Build a strong regional network of reformers who will share information and experiences, provide mutual support, and spread proven techniques of promoting freedom and creating and mobilizing constituencies for liberal...
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