Guest speaker Leonardo Bartolini, senior vice president for the International Research Function at the New York Fed, discusses international economic conditions. His current research relates to issues of monetary policy execution, interbank markets, and domestic and international lending of last resort. He has also written on a variety of international macroeconomic topics, including exchange rate regimes, foreign direct investment and capital controls. He is an associate editor of Research in Economics, a member of the advisory board of International Finance and an adjunct associate professor at Columbia University. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, he was an economist in the Research Department of the International Monetary Fund.
This Fed Forum is in collaboration with the World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara.
The Fed Forum series brings speakers from the Federal Reserve System to upstate New York business and community leaders to enrich the public dialogue around issues of regional interest.
Thursday, April 12
12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
40 Fountain Plaza
South Tower, Suite 650
Buffalo, New York 14202