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Home > Research > BoE/CEBRA Conference on Fragmentation of International Trade and Finance and Risks from Rising Protectionism (1st annual meeting of CEBRA International trade and finance program)
 

BoE/CEBRA Conference on Fragmentation of International Trade and Finance and Risks from Rising Protectionism (1st annual meeting of CEBRA International trade and finance program)

19 October 2017

Date: 19 - 20 October, 2017
Organisation: Bank of England, Moorgate Auditorium, 20 Moorgate, London EC2R 6DA
Keynote Speakers: Linda Goldberg and Maurice Obstfeld


The first annual meeting of the CEBRA (Central Bank Research Association) International Finance and Macroeconomics programme will take place on October 19-20 at the Bank of England. The meeting will bring together academic and central-bank researchers to focus on all aspects of international financial and trade flows, with an emphasis on how they may respond to protectionist measures, actual and hypothetical. Of particular interest is the question of how global patterns of capital and trade flows might be altered by trade and capital restrictions.

The keynote speakers will be Linda Goldberg (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) and Maurice Obstfeld (International Monetary Fund). Ben Broadbent (Deputy Governor, Bank of England) will provide the opening remarks and Barry Eichengreen (University of California at Berkeley) the concluding thoughts.
 
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