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Designed around the theme “Promoting Sustained Growth: Policy Tensions and Risks,” the 2018 event will focus on the key challenges for policymakers and business leaders in promoting sustained global growth amid rising threats from nationalism and protectionism. Topics include a broad range...
The conference will focus on the state of play with global imbalances, exchange rate developments, and financial integration, with a view to assess challenges from a forward-looking perspective. Topics: - Current accounts and global imbalances, - Monetary policy and exchange rates, -...
The purpose of the IRFMP is to promote the discussion of innovative research on theoretical and empirical macroeconomic issues with relevance for monetary policy. Topics: - factors accounting for very low global real interest rates; - whether central banks have adequate scope to ease policy in a...
We welcome submissions of high-quality research on all topics related to financial institutions. Topics includes, but is not limited to, the theory of financial intermediation; financial sector performance and risk; market-making institutions; banking and the real economy; syndicated lending and...
Charles Plosser has been involved in the Carnegie-Rochester-NYU conference series for most of his distinguished career. He served as an editor and convener of the CRNYU series for nearly two decades. Charles’ research embodies the CRNYU ideal of path-breaking research at the frontier of...
The conference will cover a broad range of themes related to the estimation of the effects of unconventional monetary policies in the data. A special emphasis is on methodological, econometric, and especially empirical aspects of the estimation of the effects of unconventional monetary policies,...
The global financial and economic crisis in 2008/2009 has shown the critical importance of the financial sector for macroeconomic activity. In response, many policy makers and academic scholars have focused their attention on the link between financial markets and the real economy. Topics: -...
Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to: - How under-represented are women in fields such as finance, economics and central banks? - What are the factors that keep women from advancing in their careers? - What benefits does increased diversity appear to convey to...
Original papers subject to high academic standards and preferably with important policy or practical implications are invited, for example, on the following topics, though not restricted to them: - Effects of new technologies and digitalization on various aspects of financial intermediation;...
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