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The conference deliberations will deal with the following themes: - Cash: inefficient, outdated and a facilitator of crime? - Cash: still used vastly, not at the heart of current low inflation rates and keeper of civil rights? - Central Bank Digital Money and e-Krona: the future?
The 99th KKG discusses changes, chances and challenges of the digital (r)evolution. Is the digital transformation merely the most recent form of technological change that allows for further productivity and welfare gains, leaving well-established economic principles in place? Or is this time...
Topics of interest: - Unconventional monetary policies and normalization of the monetary policy and: the pricing of financial assets, the risk taking by banks, the spillover effects to other developed and emerging markets, the financial market liquidity. - Basel III capital and liquidity ratio...
The Deutsche Bundesbank is organizing the 8th Term Structure Workshop to stimulate the discussion of current …
The transition to a low-carbon economy requires shifting trillions from brown to green activities. Given that the horizon of materialisation of climate risk is narrowing, the need to change scale is becoming more pressing for all actors. Also, central banks are playing an increasingly important...
The aim of the conference is to improve our understanding of the nature of financial cycles and to discuss the corresponding analytical challenges and implications for macroprudential policy and financial regulation. The conference is also an opportunity for an exchange of views of researchers...
The 3rd Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders is a platform for discussing statistics methodology, results, challenges and best practices between researchers, producers, and users of European Statistics and enabling the exchange of thoughts and experiences on the broad overarching theme...
The meeting will be the fifth event in the annual conferences series "New Developments in Business Cycle Analysis" bringing together economists from academia and central banks focused on understanding the impact of cross-sectional heterogeneity on the macroeconomic environment, and its...
Papers in all areas of asset pricing are invited.
Professor Fabio Canova will teach the course. Fabio Canova is a professor of Macroeconomics at the Norwegian Business School, director of Training of the Florence School of Banking and Finance, Research associate with the Centre for Applied Macroeconomics and Petroleum Studies and the CEPR. The...
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