Monetary dialogue

Monetary Dialogue – 28 November 2016

24-11-2016

Topic 1 – An assessment of the impact of Brexit on euro area stability

      Nauro Ferreira CAMPOS (Brunel University London), Corrado MACCHIARELLI (London School of Economics) - The impact of Brexit on the stability of the euro area
      Christopher HARTWELLl (Center for Social and Economic Research), Roman HORVATH (Charles University and CASE) – An assessment of the impact of Brexit on euro area stability
      Michael HACHULA, Michele PIFFER, Malte RIETH (DIW Berlin), Rosa LASTRA (Queen Mary University of London) - Uncertainty after the Brexit vote: Economic effects and legal aspects
      Karl WHELAN (University College Dublin) - Brexit and the future of the Euro

Topic 2 – How do low and negative interest rates affect banks’ activity and profitability in the euro area?

      Daniel GROS (Centre for European Policy Studies) - Low rates = low bank profits?
      Christophe BLOT, Paul HUBERT (OFCE) - Negative interest rates: incentive or hindrance for the banking system?
      Maria DEMERTZIS, Guntram B. WOLFF (Bruegel) - What is the impact of the ECB’s quantitative easing policy on banks’ profitability?

Topic 3 – Transmission channels of unconventional monetary policy in the euro area: Where do we stand?

      Salomon FIEDLER, Nils JANNSEN, Maik WOLTERS (Kiel Institute for the World Economy), Isabel HANISCH (University of Notre Dame) - Transmission channels of unconventional monetary policy in the euro area: Where do we stand?
      Andrew HUGHES HALLETT (University of St Andrews) - Transmission channels of unconventional monetary policy in the euro area: Where do we stand?

Monetary Dialogue – 26 September 2016

13-10-2016

Topic 1 - Ultra-low/Negative yields on euro-area long-term bonds: reasons and implications for monetary policy

      Grégory CLAEYS (Bruegel) - Low long-term rates: bond bubble or symptom of secular stagnation?
      Andrew HUGHES HALLETT (University of St Andrews) - Ultra-low/negative yields on euro area long term bonds: reasons and implications for monetary policy
      Jacob KIRKEGAARD (Peterson Institute for International Economics) - Ultra-low / Negative yields on euro area long-term bonds: causes and implications for ECB monetary policy
      Daniel GROS (Centre for European Policy Studies) - Ultra-low / Negative yields on euro area long-term bonds: causes and implications for ECB monetary policy

Topic 2 - Financial market fragmentation in the euro area: state of play

      Paul BERENBERG-GOSSLER, Henrik ENDERLEIN (DIW Berlin) - Financial market fragmentation in the euro area: state of play
      Corrado MACCHIARELLI, Panagiotis KOUTROUMPIS (London School of Economics) - The current state of financial (dis)integration in the euro area
      Salomon FIEDLER, Klaus-Jürgen GERN, Matthias RADDANT, Ulrich STOLZENBURG (Kiel Institute for the World Economy) - Financial market fragmentation in the euro area: state of play
      Roman HORVÁTH (Centre for Social and Economic Research) - Financial market fragmentation and monetary transmission in the euro area
      Christophe BLOT, Jérôme CREEL, Paul HUBERT, Fabien LABONDANCE (OFCE) - Financial market fragmentation in the euro area
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Monetary Dialogue - 21 June 2016

15-09-2016

Topic 1 - Why has ECB’s very accommodative monetary policy not yet triggered a rebound of investment? – Compilation of notes

      Monetary experts: Christophe BLOT, Jérôme CREEL, Paul HUBERT, Fabien LABONDANCE, Christopher HARTWELL, Nils JANNSEN, Martin PLÖDT, Jacob KIRKEGAARD, Karl WHELAN

Topic 2 - Effectiveness of the ECB programme of asset purchases: where do we stand? – Compilation of notes

      Monetary experts: Kerstin BERNOTH, Michael HACHULA, Michele PIFFER, Malte RIETH, Maria DEMERTZIS, Guntram B. WOLFF, Eddie GERBA, Corrado MACCHIARELLI, Daniel GROS, Andrew HUGHES HALLETT
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Monetary Dialogue - 15 February 2016

15-09-2016

Topic 1 - Implications for the euro area of divergent monetary policy stances by the Fed and the ECB - Compilation of notes

      Monetary experts: Roman HORVATH, Kerstin BERNOTH, Philipp J. KöNIG, Andrew HUGHES HALLETT

Topic 2 - Limits in terms of eligible collateral and policy risks of an extension of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme - Compilation of notes

      Monetary experts: Daniel GROS, Jens BOYSEN-HOGREFE, Salomon FIEDLER, Nils JANNSEN, Stefan KOOTHS, Stefan REITZ, Eddie GERBA, Corrado MACCHIARELLI, Grégory CLAEYS, Álvaro LEANDRO FERNÁNDEZ-GIL, Christophe BLOT, Jérôme CREEL, Paul HUBERT
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