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SOMC: Restoring Price Stability: Keep at It

John Taylor Professor of Economics Stanford University and Senior Fellow Hoover Institution
Donald Kohn Brookings Institution and former Vice Chair at the Federal Reserve
Fri, Nov 11, 2022 New York, N.Y.

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SOMC: Restoring Price Stability: Keep at It

John Taylor Professor of Economics Stanford University and Senior Fellow Hoover Institution
Donald Kohn Brookings Institution and former Vice Chair at the Federal Reserve
New York, N.Y. 08:30am—02:00pm
Friday November 11
Friday November 11 2022
PAST EVENT Friday November 11 2022

AGENDA:
8:30 AMREGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST9:00 AMWELCOME REMARKSGregory D. Hess, IES AbroadPANEL I: INFLATION, DISINFLATION, AND THE FED’S CHALLENGEModerator: Deborah Lucas, MITMickey D. Levy, Berenberg Capital Markets: “Inflation and the Fed’s Challenge”Jeffrey Lacker, former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond andCharles Plosser, former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia: “To maintain Resolve the Fed Should Reference Successful Policy Rules”OPEN DISCUSSION:THE COST OF KEEPING AT IT: WHAT (IF ANYTHING) SHOULD GIVE THE FED PAUSE?PANEL II: HOW SHOULD THE FED ADDRESS ITS CURRENT CHALLENGE AND RISKS?Moderator: Athanasios Orphanides, MITJohn Taylor, Professor of Economics, Stanford University and Senior Fellow, Hoover InstitutionDonald Kohn, Brookings Institution and former Vice Chair at the Federal Reserve12:00 PMRECEPTION/LUNCHLUNCHEON ADDRESS: HISTORY OF CENTRAL BANKS
Introducer: Andrew Levin, Dartmouth CollegeMichael Bordo, Rutgers University and Senior Visiting Scholar the Hoover Institution

 

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