The international monetary and financial system - Centre for Central Banking Studies CCBS
The event will cover both theoretical and empirical analyses of the functioning of the international monetary system. The following topics are likely to be covered: - the interplay between domestic policy frameworks and the international monetary and financial system; - the role of ‘rules of the game’ and the trade-off between interventions by supranational authorities and market-based adjustments; - the emergence of new stakeholders in the international monetary and financial system and the consequences of operating and co-ordinating in a more multipolar world; - proposals for providing international liquidity in times of crisis; - the international role of the US dollar as a reserve currency and international store of value and proposals to facilitate global reserves adjustment; • sovereign debt issues and mechanisms for sovereign debt re-structuring; • the role of exchange rate regimes and capital flows; and • the role of private capital markets in the international monetary and financial system.
|Event dates:||2015-10-19 – 2015-10-23|
|Organizers:||Centre for Central Banking Studies, Bank of England|
|Classification:||F3 - International Finance|
|Event type:||Seminare, Summer Schools, Symposien, Workshops; Seminars, Summer Schools, Symposiums, Workshops|