The Federal Reserve in the 21st Century
Wednesday and Thursday, March 16 and 17, 2011
The Fed in the 21st Century gives college professors a chance to hear presentations from economists and senior staff of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and ask them questions.
The first day focuses on Fed basics, including the evolving responsibilities of the Federal Reserve System, new developments in monetary policy tools, issues in supervision of large financial institutions, the Fed’s role in ensuring financial stability and recent developments in the global economy. The second day is devoted to hot topics, including U.S. housing policy, the performance of labor markets during the recession, discussions of Dodd-Frank and Basel III, and a roundtable on current policy issues facing the Fed.
This event is limited to active college professors who teach economics, finance or business at two- or four-year colleges and universities.
Wednesday, March 9
You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your registration once we receive your payment. If you do not receive this confirmation and have mailed your check, please e-mail Allison Ramlal at email@example.com.
You may register for either day or both days. Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch and reception (March 16).
If you previously registered and are now unable to attend please e-mail Fiona Riviere at firstname.lastname@example.org for reimbursement procedures.
Time and location
Thursday, March 17
Federal Reserve Bank of New York