Bank of Finland hosts monetary policy webinar “New Challenges to Monetary Policy Strategies”
Bank of Finland hosts monetary policy webinar “New Challenges to Monetary Policy Strategies” on Tuesday, 24 November 2020.
The invited speakers will be James B. Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Isabel Schnabel, Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank and Eric Leeper, Professor at University of Virginia.
Follow live as leading experts discuss for example how persistently low inflation and interest rate environment affect the European Central Bank’s as well as the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy strategies and what kind of impact the Covid-19 pandemic has to the economy at large and the ECB’s and Fed’s monetary policy.
The webinar will start at 14.00 CET with introductory remarks by the Bank of Finland Governor Olli Rehn.
Please see the event's web page for the whole program.
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