Special Events

Past Special Events

Challenges of a Low Inflation/Low Interest Rate Environment

26/09/2016
Banca D'Italia - Rome

Luigi Federico Signorini (Deputy Director General, Banca d‘Italia) will talk about the impact of the downward trend in advanced countries' nominal interest rates and their impact on the measurement of the unobservable determinants of interest rates (inflation expectations, risk premia, natural interest rates), the assessment of the persistence of the causes of current exceptional circumstances, and the short- and long-term risks for price and financial stability.

Rethinking the Link Between Exchange Rates and Inflation: Misperceptions and New Approaches

28/09/2015
Bank of England

Professor Kristin Forbes (Monetary Policy Commitee, Bank of England) will talk about "Rethinking Current Account Vulnerabilities" and this will be discussed by Gianluca Benigno (LSE and CEPR), Giancarlo Corsetti (University of Cambridge and CEPR) and Frank Smets (ECB and CEPR). Bank of England will host the event.

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International Banking and Liquidity Risk Transmission: Lessons from cross Countries

28/09/2014
Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt

Activities of international banks have been at the core of discussions on the causes and effects of the international financial crisis. Yet we know little about the actual magnitudes and mechanisms for transmission of liquidity shocks through international banks, including the reasons for heterogeneity in transmission across banks. The International Banking Research Network (IBRN), establishes in 2012, brings together researchers from around the world with access to micro-level data on individual banks to analyse issues pertaining to global banks.

Guest speakers will include:

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Fiscal Fragmentation in the Euro Area, Implications and Policy Responses

22/09/2013
ECB

The EABCN Discussion Forum has considered a range of issues related to the state of current financial fragmantation in the Euro Area. This have included the spillovers from financial fragmantation, the consequences of financial fregmantation for the resolution of the crisis and the rebalancing of the Euro area economy, the short run policy actions taken in responce to financial fragmantation, as well as the longer-term institutional reforms such as banking union that need to be taken in order to avoid fragmantation in the future.

Guest Speakers have included:

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Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the Euro Area

20/09/2012
National Bank of Belgium

This EABCN Discussion Forum will consider a range of issues within the context of fiscal and monetary policy in the euro area, such as:

- moving from rescue packages to a better steady state

- coordination of fiscal policy among euro area country members

- criteria for fiscal sustainability

- enlarging the role of the European Central Bank.

The guest speakers include:

  • Christopher Sims (Pinceton University), presentation
  • Jordi Gali (CREI and CEPR), presentation
  • Jean Pisani-Ferri (Brugel and Universite' Paris-Dauphine), presentation
  • Stephanie Riso (European Commission),

Albert Marcet, EABCN Scientific Chair, moderates the discussion.

Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the Euro Area

20/09/2012
National Bank of belgium

The EABCN is happy to announce the discussion forum: Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the Euro Area.

This EABCN Discussion Forum will consider a range of issues within the context of fiscal and monetary policy in the euro area, such as:

The guest speakers include:

  • Christopher Sims (Pinceton University), presentation
  • Jordi Gali (CREI and CEPR), presentation
  • Jean Pisani-Ferri (Brugel and Universite' Paris-Dauphine), presentation
  • Stephanie Riso (European Commission),

Albert Marcet, EABCN Scientific Chair, moderates the discussion.

 

 

- moving from rescue packages to a better steady state

- coordination of fiscal policy among euro area country members

- criteria for fiscal sustainability

- enlarging the role of the European Central Bank.