6th Joint Bank of Canada and European Central Bank Conference on "The underwhelming global post-crisis growth performance—determinants, effects and policy implications"
The post-crisis recovery continues to disappoint in advanced and emerging economies alike. Slow growth and low inflation have led to concerns that advanced economies (AEs) might be facing secular stagnation putting greater emphasis on emerging market economies (EMEs) to support global growth. However, EMEs are also adjusting to lower rates of growth compared to the pre-crisis boom. This conference aims to provide researchers and policy-makers the opportunity to discuss theoretical work, empirical findings, and policy implications related to the underwhelming global growth performance as well as the implications on the linkages between advanced and emerging economies in an environment of high economic and financial integration. - Macroeconomic determinants of post-crisis recovery in the global economy - Long-term growth and potential output in the post-crisis period – the role of demand and supply, financial regulation and structural reforms - Linkages between EME and advanced economies with implications for global trade, commodity prices, cross-border capital flows and exchange rates - Risk of protracted demand weakness in economies, possible long-term effects (e.g. unemployment hysteresis, low investment) and the role for monetary and fiscal policies - The link between inequality and growth
|Event dates:||2015-06-08 – 2015-06-09|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2015-03-08|
|Organizers:||Bank of Canada European Central Bank|
|Classification:||E6 - Macroeconomic Policy Formation, Macroeconomic Aspects of Public Finance, Macroeconomic Policy, and General Outlook ; O4 - Economic Growth and Aggregate Productivity|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|