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SOMC: Inflation, Employment, and the Federal Reserve

Loretta Mester President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Michael Bordo Rutgers University
Gregory Hess IES Abroad
Peter Ireland Boston College
Andrew Levin Dartmouth College
Mickey Levy Berenberg Capital Markets
Charles Plosser Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Fri, Oct 1, 2021 EVENTCAST

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SOMC: Inflation, Employment, and the Federal Reserve

Loretta Mester President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Michael Bordo Rutgers University
Gregory Hess IES Abroad
Peter Ireland Boston College
Andrew Levin Dartmouth College
Mickey Levy Berenberg Capital Markets
Charles Plosser Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
EVENTCAST 12:00pm—01:30pm
Fri Oct 1
Fri Oct 1 2021
PAST EVENT Fri Oct 1 2021
 

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12:00 PM
WELCOMING REMARKS:
Michael Bordo, Rutgers University

PANEL I: INFLATION, EMPLOYMENT, AND THE FED'S MANDATE
Moderator: Gregory Hess, IES Abroad
Peter Ireland, Boston College and Mickey Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets, “Substantial Progress," Temporary vs Permanent and the Appropriate Calibration of Monetary Policy

Discussion with SOMC members

1:00 PM
Panel II: DISCUSSION WITH LORETTA MESTER, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Moderators: Andrew Levin, Dartmouth College
Charles Plosser, Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia


1:30 PM
CONCLUDING REMARKS
Allison Schrager, Manhattan Institute

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EconomicsMonetary Policy
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