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Domestic and International Dimensions of Unconventional Monetary Policy
March 20-21, 2014
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will bring together research economists and high-level representatives from policy institutions worldwide to review and assess theoretical and empirical aspects of unconventional monetary policies, such as asset purchases, quantitative and credit easing, forward guidance on the policy-rate path, funding for lending schemes, and related interventions.
The conference, entitled Domestic and International Dimensions of Unconventional Monetary Policy, will take place in Hong Kong on March 20-21, 2014. It will be organized into several sessions focused on selected academic papers.
Princeton economics professor and Nobel laureate Chris Sims will be keynote speaker.