Twentieth Annual Conference of the Central Bank of Chile. Monetary Policy and Global Spillovers: Mechanisms, Effects and Policy Measures
Fecha:
November 10th and 11th, 2016
Lugar:
Intercontinental Hotel, Santiago, Chile
Idioma:
Language: All sessions will be conducted in English. Simultaneous translation from English to Spanish will be provided.
Descripción:

Organizing Committee: Enrique Mendoza, Ernesto Pastén and Diego Saravia.

For further information and registration, please contact Ms. Camila Figueroa at: conferencia2016@bcentral.cl

Programa:
Opening remarks
Opening remarks
by Rodrigo Vergara – Governor, Central Bank of Chile
Session I: FINANCIAL SPILLOVERS: EFFECTS OF MONETARY POLICY IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES ON EMERGING COUNTRIES
Aggregate Information Dynamics
Kyriakos Chousakos – Yale School of Management / Gary Gorton – Yale School of Management / Guillermo L. Ordóñez – University of Pennsylvania
Discussant
Yuliy Sannikov – Princeton University
The Effects of Fed Policy on EME Bond Markets
John D. Burger – Loyola University Maryland / Francis E. Warnock – University of Virginia / Veronica C. Warnock – University of Virginia
Discussant:
Carlos Viana de Carvalho – Central Bank of Brazil
Commodity Connectedness
Francis X. Diebold – University of Pennsylvania / Laura Liu – University of Pennsylvania / Kamil Yilmaz – Koç
Discussant:
Danilo Leiva – Central Bank of Chile
Session II: GLOBAL INTERCONNECTEDNESS AND SOURCES OF THE SPILLOVERS
Exchange Rates and the Central Bank Balance Sheet
Manuel Amador – Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis / Javier Bianchi – Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis / Luigi Bocola – Northwestern University / Fabrizio Perri – Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Discussant:
Guido Sandleris – Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
International Financial Networks and Cross-country Macroeconomic Spillovers
Michael B. Devereux – University of British Columbia / Changhua Yu – Peking University
Discussant:
Ernesto Pastén – Central Bank of Chile
TBA
Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas – University of California-Berkeley
Discussant:
Poonam Gupta – World Bank
Session III: POLICY IMPLICATIONS OF SPILLOVERS AND INTERCONNECTEDNESS
Managing Sudden Stops
Poonam Gupta – World Bank / Barry Eichengreen – University of California-Berkeley
Discussant:
Andrés Velasco – Columbia University
Macroprudential Policy: Lessons from Quantitative Fisherian Models
Enrique Mendoza – University of Pennsylvania
Discussant:
Luigi Bocola – Northwestern University
Keynote Speech
Keynote Speech:
Stanley Fischer – Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Special Session: ROUND TABLE OF CENTRAL BANKS’ GOVERNORS OF THE AMERICAS
Monetary Policy and Spillovers
Ilan Goldfajn – Governor, Central Bank of Brazil Stephen S. Poloz – Governor, Bank of Canada / Federico Sturzenegger – Governor, Central Bank of Argentina / Julio Velarde – Governor, Central Reserve Bank of Peru