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Sep 2016

30
Sep 2016
Workshops und Konferenzen

6th IWH/INFER Workshop on (Ending) Unconventional Monetary Policy

The Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) - Member of the Leibniz Association and the International Network for Economic Research (INFER) were organising a workshop on unconventional monetary policy, international monetary policy spillovers, financial stability and monetary policy.

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Keynote Speaker: Peter Praet  (Europäische Zentralbank)
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IWH conference room
Keynote Speaker: Peter Praet

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Peter Praet joined the European Central Bank as Member of the Executive Board in 2011. He is responsible for the Directorate General Economics.

The Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) and the International Network for Economic Research (INFER) were organising a joint Workshop on Applied Economics and Economic Policy on September 29th and 30th, 2016 in Halle (Saale).

The workshop provided a platform to discuss applied economic research. We invited empirical and theoretical contributions from all fields of macroeconomics and international economics with an emphasis on a high relevance for economic policy.

The special topic of the workshop will be unconventional monetary policy. Contributions on the following topics were especially highly welcomed:

  • unconventional monetary policy
  • international monetary policy spillovers
  • financial stability and monetary policy
  • fiscal and monetary policy

The keynote lecture was given by Peter Praet (ECB).

 

Workshop Report (in German)

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6th IWH/INFER-Workshop on Applied Economics and Economic Policy: “(Ending) Unconventional Monetary Policy

Birgit Schultz Gregor von Schweinitz

in: Wirtschaft im Wandel, Nr. 6, 2016

Abstract

Am 29. und 30. September 2016 fand am IWH in Zusammenarbeit mit dem International Network for Economic Research (INFER) der 6. Workshop in der Reihe „Applied Economics and Economic Policy“ statt. Im Rahmen des Workshops stellten Wissenschaftler europäischer Universitäten und internationaler Organisationen ihre neuesten Forschungsergebnisse zu aktuellen ökonomischen Fragen und Problemen vor und diskutierten diese intensiv. Insbesondere gab es einen regen Austausch über das Spezialthema „(Ending) Unconventional Monetary Policy“. Hier ging es vor allem um die geldpolitischen Maßnahmen und Instrumente, die neben dem Zentralbankzins seit der Finanzkrise eingesetzt werden.

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