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SOMC: Fed Governance, Accountability, and Transparency

Paul Tucker Senior Scholar at Harvard University, Former Deputy Governor, Bank of England, and author of Unelected Power
Kathryn Judge Professor of Law, Columbia Law School and Editor, Journal of Financial Regulation
Wed, Sep 30, 2020 EVENTCAST

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SOMC: Fed Governance, Accountability, and Transparency

Paul Tucker Senior Scholar at Harvard University, Former Deputy Governor, Bank of England, and author of Unelected Power
Kathryn Judge Professor of Law, Columbia Law School and Editor, Journal of Financial Regulation
EVENTCAST 03:00pm—05:00pm
Wed Sep 30
Wed Sep 30 2020
PAST EVENT Wed Sep 30 2020
 


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3:00 PM
Welcoming Remarks: Allison Schrager, Manhattan Institute

PANEL I: ISSUES IN FED GOVERNANCE: BROADER PERSPECTIVES
Moderator: Greg Hess, President, IES Abroad
Kathryn Judge, Columbia University School of Law: “Why the Fed Needs a Credit Policy Framework”
Athanasios Orphanides, MIT: "Interpreting the Federal Reserve's Mandate: A Legitimacy Challenge”
Andy Levin, Dartmouth College: “Strengthening the Role of the Regional Federal Reserve Banks in the Fed’s Policymaking Decisions”

3:45 PM
INTERVIEW WITH PAUL TUCKER,
Senior Scholar at Harvard University, Former Deputy Governor, Bank of England, and author of Unelected Power

Moderators: Debbie Lucas, MIT
Charles Plosser, Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

4:15 PM
PANEL II: THE ROLE AND SCOPE OF MONETARY POLICY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY
Moderator: Charles Plosser
Panelists: Mike Bordo, Rutgers University and Hoover Institution: “The Economic Effects of the Fed’s New Corporate Bond Purchase Program”
Peter Ireland, Boston College: “End Interest on Bank Reserves”
Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets LLC: “Issues Posed by the Fed’s New Strategic Framework”

5:00 PM
Concluding Remarks

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EconomicsMonetary Policy
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