Joint conference by De Nederlandsche Bank, European Central Bank and University of Groningen "Monetary Policy and Financial Stability - What Role for Central Bank Communication?"
Topics: - The role of central bank communication in the conduct of monetary policy and in ensuring financial stability. Is the role of communication in maintaining price stability and financial stability different? What should be communicated with respect to financial stability? How should central banks communicate in the presence of conflicts among different goals? - What is the role of Financial Stability Reports (FSRs) in maintaining financial stability? How have FSRs evolved over time? Is the information content of FSRs different across central banks and if so, what explains these differences? What role do FSRs play in central bank communication? - Analyses of the reputational risk that is entailed, e.g. by studying the determinants of central bank reputation, its evolution over time (and in particular during crisis episodes), the effect of reputation on central bank performance, and the degree to which reputation and its effects depend on the central bank having supervisory functions. - The extent to which communication effects and reputation risks differ depending on the form and extent of the financial stability mandate of the central bank.
|Event dates:||2010-11-18 – 2010-11-19|
|Deadline Call for Papers:||2010-06-30|
|Organizers:||De Nederlandsche Bank European Central Bank University of Groningen|
|Conference venue:||Amsterdam, De Nederlandsche Bank|
Jakob de Haan (J.de.Haan@DNB.NL)
|Classification:||E5 - Monetary Policy, Central Banking and the Supply of Money and Credit|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|