Thomas Barkin, Sarah Bloom Raskin, and Aurel Schubert (panel)

"New Monetary Policy Frameworks: Why Now?"

    Date:  02/19/2020 (Wed)

    Time:  4:30pm- 6:00pm

    Location:  Seminar will be held on-site: Korman Assembly Room | Perkins Library 217 Duke University West Campus

    Organizer:  Elizabeth Richardson

Meeting Schedule: (Not currently open for scheduling. Please contact the seminar organizer listed above.)

    All meetings will be held in the same location as the seminar unless otherwise noted.

    4:30pm - Seminar Presentation (4:30pm to 6:00pm)

    Additional Comments:  With global interest rates close to zero, high debt levels, and a rise in geopolitical risks, economists, central banks, regulators, and policymakers are debating about what type of monetary, fiscal, and structural policies will be needed to support economic growth and respond to the next economic downturns. This panel will discuss some recent proposals in terms of new macro policy frameworks, including close coordination between monetary and fiscal policies in the United States and European Union. This event is organized by the Duke University Center for International & Global Studies with support from the the Global Financial Markets Center at Duke Law and the Department of Economics.