International Research Forum on Monetary Policy
The purpose of the forum is to encourage research on monetary policy issues that are relevant from a global perspective. All papers on theoretical and empirical aspects of monetary policy will be considered, but papers on the following topics are encouraged: - Interactions among monetary areas, including exchange rates and global imbalances - Interactions within a monetary union: countries, regions, and sectors - New developments in macroeconomics for monetary economies - Design, implementation, and communication of policy - Role of frictions: adjustment costs, nominal inertia, financial market imperfections - Implications of supply shocks: measurement and appropriate response - Imperfect information and learning Conference Papers will be placed on a website and distributed as discussion papers; there will be no conference volume. Although this call is being circulated fairly widely, further circulation is encouraged, especially to younger economists.
|Event dates:||2005-05-20 – 2005-05-21|
|Conference venues:||Frankfurt am Main|
|Organizers:||Center for Financial Studies|
|Classification:||E5 - Monetary Policy, Central Banking and the Supply of Money and Credit|
|Call for papers deadline:||2004-09-20|