The Federal Reserve in the 21st Century: A Symposium for College Professors
Monday, March 4 and Tuesday, March 5, 2013

The Federal Reserve in the 21st Century symposium gives college professors a chance to hear presentations from top economists and senior staff of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, ask them questions and chat with them informally during lunch.

This year's highlights include: Special Q&A sessions with First VP Christine Cumming (March 4) and President Bill Dudley (March 5); monetary policy updates, including discussion of recent innovations in Fed communications; latest developments in the U.S. outlook for labor and housing markets; an assessment of international economic outlook; up-to-date information on financial stability policy under Dodd–Frank, including evolving tools for evaluating systemic risk; and recent proposals for Tri-party repo and money market mutual fund reform.

This event is open to active college professors who teach economics, finance or business at two- or four-year colleges and universities. Unfortunately, due to space limitations we cannot grant exceptions.

This event is closed to the media.

Registration Information

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Wednesday, February 27

There is a $45 per day fee to attend the symposium.

Registration is closed

Event Details

Tentative Agenda

Date and Time
Monday, March 4
Tuesday, March 5
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
12th Floor Conference Center
New York City
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Hotel information

Continental breakfast and lunch will be served. 
Dress code is business casual.