Tag: Financial Stability

Is It Time To Take Away The Carbon Punch Bowl?

| 5 September 2017
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Climate Change, Financial Stability, Macroprudential Regulation
Climate change poses serious financial risks. Perhaps the biggest systemic risk is a disorderly transition to a low carbon economy. As noted in the Bank of England’s ‘response to Climate Change’, current forecasts suggest that to keep global average temperatures below 2 degrees, around two-thirds of ... continue reading

Central Banking, Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability

14-15 November 2016
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Climate, Environment, Financial Stability, Interest Rates, Macroprudential
Co-organized with the Bank of England ... continue reading

Monetary Policy, Macroprudential Regulation and Inequality

3-4 October 2016
Monetary, Workshops | Tags: Financial Stability, Inequality, Inflation, Interest Rates, Macroprudential, QE
Co-organized with the International Monetary Fund ... continue reading

Central Banks, Financial Stability and Inequality

| 9 March 2015
Blog, Monetary | Tags: Central Banks, Financial Stability, Inequality
When you ask a central banker what her job is, she will most probably answer: “keeping inflation under control!” Indeed, securing price stability constitutes the current raison d’être of most, if not all, central banks around the world. In parallel to this objective, however, many ... 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