Events

Global Finance, Debt and Sustainability

3 October 2016, Zurich, Switzerland
Lectures, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Debt, Financial Regulation, Housing, Inequality
CEP Lecture by Adair Turner co-hosted with the IMF. Lord Turner has been a Senior Fellow at the Institute for New Economic Thinking since 2013, and in 2015 became Chairman of the Institute’s Governing Body. ... continue reading

ATI Regional Workshop on Tax Expenditures (East Africa) – Estimation, Reporting and Evaluation

18-19 October 2022 | Nairobi, Kenya
Fiscal, Workshops | Tags: Tax Expenditures
By invitation Following the first ATI Regional Workshop on Tax Expenditures in West Africa held in Nigeria (Lagos, 27-28 July, 2022), the upcoming Workshop will take place in Kenya (Nairobi, 18-19 October 2022). This is the second event of a series, this time with a ... continue reading

Monetary Policy 2020 – Fundamentals and Scenarios

4 October 2013
Conferences, Monetary | Tags: Commodities, Corporate Finance, Energy, Inequality, Resource Security
Conference on the long-term effects of monetary policy with Peter Bernholz, Dirk Niepelt, Pierre Monnin, Frank Somogyi, Martin Neff, Christoph Schaltegger, Katharina Serafimova, Yves Schneider, Marc Zahner, Rudolf Minsch, Rudolf Walser, Bernhard Herz, Katrin Assenmacher, and Beat Gygi. ... continue reading

Monetary Policy and Society

30 January 2014, Zurich, Switzerland
Lectures, Monetary | Tags: Financial Stability, Inequality
CEP Lecture by William White. Dr White is the Chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee of the OECD, and the former Chief Economist of the Bank for International Settlements. He is also an advisor to CEP. ... continue reading

What is Sustainable Monetary Policy?

17 February 2014
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Alternative Currencies, Commodities, Financial Stability
Colloquium on monetary policy, its impact on financial markets in general and commodity markets in particular, the role of deregulation in the financial crisis, and the potential of alternative currencies. ... continue reading