Eighteenth Annual Conference of the Central Bank of Chile "Commodity Prices and Macroeconomic Policy"
Fecha:
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014
Lugar:
Grand Hyatt Hotel, Santiago, Chile
Idioma:
All sessions will be conducted in English. Simultaneous interpretation between English and Spanish will be provided.
Programa:
Opening remarks
Opening remarks
by Rodrigo Vergara – Governor, Central Bank of Chile
Session I: Short-Run Challenges: The Role of Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Commodity Price Fluctuations and Monetary Policy in Small Open Economies
Roberto Chang – Professor of Economics, Rutgers University
Discussant:
Andrés Fernández – Inter-American Development BanK
Liquidity and Foreign Asset Management Challenges for LATAM Countries
Joshua Aizenman– Professor of Economics, University of Southern California
Discussant:
Martin Bodenstein – National University of Singapore
Session II: Medium- and Long-Term Implications
Dutch Disease and Monetary Policy
Juan Pablo Nicolini – Professor of Economics, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and Minnesota FED
Discussant:
César Calderón – World Bank
Keynote address
by Jeffrey Frankel - Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Terms of Trade Shocks and Investment in Commodity-Exporting Economies
Jorge Fornero – Senior Economist, Central Bank of Chile
Discussant:
Alfonso Irarrázabal – Norges Bank
Spend, Baby, Spend: Windfalls, Specialization and Misallocation
Radoslaw Stefanski – Assistant Professor , University of St Andrews
Discussant:
Kim Ruhl – New York University
The Three Policy Clocks for Natural Resource Management
Paul Collier – Professor of Economics, Oxford University
Discussant:
Rodrigo Caputo – Central Bank of Chile