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New economies of exchange rate adjustment, Cambridge

Cambridge, Verenigd Koninkrijk.
datum 21 maart 2019
plaats Cambridge, Verenigd Koninkrijk
locatie University of Cambridge, Cambridge The conference will be jointly organised by the Bank for International Settlements, the Bank of England and the Universities of Cambridge and Basel. It will be held in Cambridge (UK) on 21- March 2019. The event will be organised so as to promote an interactive and forward-looking discussion, and provide an open forum for policymakers and academics to define key issues and share research agendas. The main aim of this conference is to take stock of the latest research on the economics of exchange rate adjustment. Economists and policymakers have been discussing for quite a while whether and how far the exchange rate is an effective shock absorber or a source of macroeconomic and financial instability. This discussion has been influenced by the shift in thinking about the determinants of exchange rates from trade related to financial factors, which has become more pronounced since the financial crisis of 2008/09, as well as by recent micro-economic research on exporters’ behaviour and the role of the dollar as dominant currency in trade invoicing and pricing. Organisers Giancarlo Corsetti (University of Cambridge), Olivier Jeanne (Johns Hopkins University), Sarah Lein (University of Basel), Simon Lloyd (Bank of England), Giovanni Lombardo (BIS), Dubravko Mihaljek (BIS) and Luiz Pereira A. da Silva (BIS). Invited speakers Hélène Rey, London Business School Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Berkeley Maurice Obstfeld; Berkeley Submissions Authors are invited to submit theoretical and empirical papers on the above topics. Submissions must consist of either a full paper (preferred) or an extended abstract, and should be sent to er2019.conference@bis.org by 15 November 2018. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by mid-January 2019. Each paper will be assigned a discussant. Call for papers Back to top This page was last updated 19 September 2018 Was this page useful? Yes No Page Url Is Mobile Browser IP Address Operating System Thanks! Would you like to give more detail? What did you think of this page?Add your details... Page Url Is Mobile Browser Operating System Please prove that you're not a robot: Follow us Add us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Connect with us on LinkedIn Watch us on Youtube Find us on Flickr Museum Like the museum on Facebook Follow us the museum Twitter Follow us on Instagram Browse topics Banknotes Financial stability Gold Markets Monetary policy Payment and settlement Prudential regulation Research Statistics Useful links Subscribe to emails FAQs Careers Freedom of Information CCBS The Archive Visit the museum Visiting the bank Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8AH Switchboard: +44(0)20 3461 4444 Enquiries: +44(0)20 3461 4878 Visiting the museum Bartholomew Lane, London, EC2R 8AH ©2018 Bank of England Accessibility Cookies Cymraeg Legal Privacy Sitemap We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better Some of the cookies we use are essential for the site to work (for example, to manage your session). We also use some non-essential cookies (including third party cookies) to help us improve the site. By clicking ‘Accept’ on this banner, or by using our site, you accept our use of cookies. You can also view our Cookies statement and learn how to control or disable them. Accept Toon locatie
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The conference will be jointly organised by the Bank for International Settlements, the Bank of England and the Universities of Cambridge and Basel. It will be held in Cambridge (UK) on 21-22 March 2019. The event will be organised so as to promote an interactive and forward-looking discussion, and provide an open forum for policymakers and academics to define key issues and share research agendas.

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