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Vigésimo primera Conferencia Anual del Banco Central de Chile

Monetary Policy and Financial Stability: Transmission Mechanisms and Policy Implications

Program arranged by Álvaro Aguirre, Markus Brunnermeier and Diego Saravia

 

High Definition videos of this Conference
 


Openings remarks

by Mario Marcel – Governor, Central Bank of Chile


MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY CHANNELS

Jens Eisenschmidt – Principal Economist, Directorate General Economics, European Central Bank Frank Smets – Director General Economics, European Central Bank Discussant: Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel – Pontifical Catholic University of Chile


MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY CHANNELS

Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel – Pontifical Catholic University of Chile


MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY CHANNELS

Ricardo Reis – A.W. Phillips Professor of Economics, London School of Economics


MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY CHANNELS

Alejandro van der Ghote – European Central Bank


MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY CHANNELS

Álvaro Aguirre – Senior Economist, Central Bank of Chile Sofia Bauducco – Senior Economist, Central Bank of Chile Diego Saravia – Manager of Economic Research, Central Bank of Chile


MONETARY POLICY AND FINANCIAL STABILITY CHANNELS

Nicolás E. Magud – International Monetary Fund


FINANCIAL STABILITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES

Markus Brunnermeier – Director of the Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton University


FINANCIAL STABILITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES

Carlos Viana de Carvalho – Central Bank of Brazil


FINANCIAL STABILITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES

Viral Acharya – Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India Arvind Krishnamurthy – Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business


FINANCIAL STABILITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES

Guillaume Plantin – Department of Economics, Paris Institute of Political Studies


FINANCIAL STABILITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES

Roberto Chang – Professor of Economics, Rutgers University


FINANCIAL STABILITY IN EMERGING MARKET ECONOMIES

José De Gregorio – Department of Economics, University of Chile


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Vincenzo Quadrini – Professor, University of Southern California, Finance and Business Economics, Marshall School of Business


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Alexi Savov – New York University, Stern School of Business


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Lars E.O. Svensson – Affiliated Professor, Department of Economics, Stockholm School of Economics


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Rodrigo Vergara – Centro de Estudios Públicos (CEP)


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Claudio Borio – Head of the Monetary and Economic Department, Bank for International Settlements Piti Disyatat – Director of Economic Research, Bank of Thailand Mikael Juselius – Senior Research Economist, Bank of Finland Phurichai Rungcharoenkitkul – Senior Economist, Bank for International Settlements


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Giovanni Dell´Ariccia – International Monetary Fund


IMPLICATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT AND DESIGN OF MONETARY AND MACROPRUDENTIAL POLICIES

Sir Paul Tucker – Chair, The Systemic Risk Council. Senior Fellow, Mossavar Rahmani Center for Business and Government, Harvard Kennedy School.


 
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