Steering the Economy: Can Monetary Policy Respond to Enduring Stagnation?

Forum 2

Steering the Economy: Can Monetary Policy Respond to Enduring Stagnation?

In collaboration with Western & Southern Financial Group
Date and Room
11 April 2016 - 10:30am
Room: 
Stoneman-Douglas

Despite the central banks’ significant role in providing stability and stimulating demand during the prolonged period of crisis, global economic recoveries are weak, inflation is low and talk of stagnation is on the rise. What is the margin of maneuvre left for central banks today in light of current market volatility and slow growth forecasts? How is U.S. monetary policy impacting central bank policy in other parts of the world? How will the build-up of debt created by stimulation policies affect emerging and growth markets?

Moderator 
Nicholas Sargen
Chief Economist and Senior Investment Advisor, Fort Washington Investment Advisors
Speakers 
Marek Belka, Governor, Central Bank of Poland
Governor, Central Bank of Poland
Governor, Central Bank of Uruguay
Frank Holder, Managing Director, Head of Latin America, Berkeley Research Group (BRG)
Managing Director, Head of Latin America, Berkeley Research Group (BRG)

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