All future conferences
Economic Philosophy: complexities in economics
2nd October – 30th November 2017
Monetary Policy After The Global Crisis: How Important Are Economic (Divisia) Monetary Aggregates for Economic Policy?
15th January – 15th February 2018
The main subject of the conference is to discuss the challenges for monetary policy ten years after the Global Crisis. The conference aims to survey and discuss the recent theoretical advances in monetary tools, goals and policies, along with the latest empirical research findings with particular emphasis on the role and relevance of Divisia monetary aggregates. Indeed, this Conference will be one of the first, which in an extensive manner, tackles the problem of monetary aggregation after the Great crisis. The leaders are Filip Fidanoski (University of Luxembourg) and James Swofford (University of South Alabama, USA).
In addition, other conferences are being planned on: Deficient Arguments in Economics, Public policies after the financial crisis and Climate Change. They are still in the early stages of development.
Those interested in co-leading some of these conferences or proposing other subjects, please contact Maria Alejandra Madi <email@example.com