Décimo séptima Conferencia Anual del Banco Central de Chile Liquidez Global, Externalidades a Mercados Emergentes y Respuestas de Política
Fecha:
14 y 15 de noviembre, 2013
Lugar:
Grand Hyatt Hotel, Santiago, Chile
Programa:
Thursday, 14th November, Opening remarks
Opening Remarks
by Rodrigo Vergara – Governor, Central Bank of Chile
Keynote address
by Maurice Obstfeld – Professor of Economics, University of California at Berkeley.
Thursday, 14th November, Session I: Global Liquidity
Corporate Saving in Global Rebalancing
Philippe Bacchetta – Professor of Economics, University of Lausanne.
Discussant:
Elías Albagli – Central Bank of Chile.
External Adjustment to the Global Crisis: An Update
Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti – Deputy Director, Western Hemisphere Department, International Monetary Fund.
Discussant:
Norman Loayza – The World Bank.
Thursday, 14th November, Session II: Carry Trade, Capital Controls and Monetary Policy
A Theory of Capital Controls as Dynamic Terms-of-trade Manipulation
Guido Lorenzoni – Professor of Economics, Northwestern University.
Discussant:
Guido Sandleris – Torcuato Di Tella University.
Financial Frictions and the Transmission of Foreign Shocks in Chile
Javier García-Cicco – Senior Economist, Central Bank of Chile.
Discussant:
Gianluca Benigno – London School of Economics.
Sterilized Foreign Exchange Interventions under Inflation Targeting
Marcos Chamon – Deputy Division Chief, Systemic Issues Division, Research Department, International Monetary Fund.
Discussant:
José De Gregorio – University of Chile.
The Carry Trade Reconsidered
Craig Burnside – Professor of Economics, Duke University.
Discussant:
Rodrigo Valdés – BTG Pactual.
Friday, 15th november, Session III: Global Banking and Credit Bubbles
Spillovers to Emerging Markets: The Role of Financial Linkages
Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan – Professor of Economics, University of Maryland
Discussant:
Claudio Raddatz – Central Bank of Chile.
Bubbly Collateral and Economic Activity
Jaume Ventura – Research Professor, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics.
Discussant:
Bernardo Guimaraes – Sao Paulo School of Economics.
Friday, 15th november, Policy Panel: The End Of Qe – Consequences for Emerging Markets
Presentation
by Guillermo Calvo
Presentation
by Vittorio Corbo
Presentation
by Maurice Obstfeld