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Conference

SOMC: Current Monetary Policy | The Influence Of Marvin Goodfriend

New York, N.Y. 08:30am—05:00pm
Friday March 6
Friday March 6 2020
PAST EVENT Friday March 6 2020

AGENDA:

WELCOMING REMARKS
Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets, LLC

REMARKS
Robert King, Boston University

PANEL I: TRANSPARENCY AND COMMUNICATIONS
Chair: Gregory Hess, Wabash College
Charles Calomiris, Columbia Business School
Charles Evans, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Donald Kohn, The Brookings Institution and former Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board
Loretta Mester, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland


PANEL II: INFLATION TARGETING AND RULES-BASED POLICY
Chair: Michael Bordo, Rutgers University
James Bullard, President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Peter Ireland, Boston College
Athanasios Orphanides, MIT


REMARKS
J. Alfred Broaddus, former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

PANEL III: MONETARY POLICY AND THE ZERO LOWER BOUND
Chair: Michael Bordo, Rutgers University
Andrew Levin, Dartmouth College
Eric Rosengren, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
John Williams, President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York


PANEL IV: THE FED’S BALANCE SHEET AND CREDIT POLICY
Chair: Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets, LLC
Esther George, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Deborah Lucas, MIT
William Poole, Mises Institute & former President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

 


The Shadow Open Market Committee, under the auspices of the Manhattan Institute, is an independent group of economists that provides external perspectives on policy choices by the Federal Reserve and other leading central banks. The SOMC addresses a wide range of macroeconomic issues, including monetary policy, banking and financial regulations, and fiscal-policy matters that bear on monetary-policy decisions.

 

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EconomicsMonetary Policy
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