Cato Institute 23rd Annual Monetary Conference: Monetary Institutions and Economic Development
Poverty reduction requires adopting the right institutions—including monetary institutions. Emerging market economies that peg their currencies and thwart market adjustments risk overheating and might engender protectionism on the part of their trading partners. This year’s monetary conference will address the following issues: - What kinds of monetary institutions should emerging market economies adopt for sustainable development? - Is China’s new exchange rate regime conducive to future development? - What have we learned from the failure of debt-based development? - What is the link between financial market liberalization and economic development? - How will global imbalances and financial crises be resolved in the post- Greenspan era? Please join our distinguished speakers on November 3 at the Cato Institute to discuss the role of monetary institutions in promoting development. We will address the challenges facing policymakers as they confront an evolving global economy that shows signs of growing imbalances and protectionism.
|Organizers:||Cato Institute The Economist|
|Conference venue:||Washington, D.C|
|Classification:||E4 - Money and Interest Rates ; E5 - Monetary Policy, Central Banking and the Supply of Money and Credit ; O1 - Economic Development|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|