XX Annual Conference of the Central Bank of Chile Monetary Policy and Global Spillovers: Mechanisms, Effects and Policy Measures

November 10th and 11th, 2016

 

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

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

Opening remarks
Opening remarks

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 University

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