Carnegie-Rochester Conference on Public Policy “Normalizing Central Banking Practice in Light of the Credit Turmoil”
The November 2010 Carnegie-Rochester conference seeks to reconsider aspects of central banking theory and practice in the aftermath of the credit turmoil of 2007-9. The unprecedented reliance on monetary, credit, and interest on reserves policies in the credit turmoil raises a number of questions. In retrospect, by what theory and evidence are these expansive policies thought to have been effective? How should the withdrawal of these policies be sequenced and coordinated to guide the economy back to a noninflationary balanced-growth path? How, if at all, do financial and macroeconomic theory, and experience in the credit turmoil suggest that normal, steady-state central banking operations and practices should be modified? Is there a case for a “new normal” in this regard? [gemäß den Informationen des Anbieters - according to site editor's information] The website is no longer available.
|Event dates:||2010-11-12 – 2010-11-13|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2010-04-12|
|Organizer:||Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh|
|Conference venue:||Pittsburgh, PA, Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University|
|Classification:||E5 - Monetary Policy, Central Banking and the Supply of Money and Credit|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|