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One Bank Research Seminars

​While the Bank strives to be an international thought leader in the areas of its policy responsibilities, making progress on such a broad agenda requires input from the wider community of academics, policy makers and experts, both within economics and finance and from disciplines well beyond.  One way in which the Bank actively engages with the academic community is through our regular seminar series, which take place weekly on a variety of research and policy topics.  Academic visitors and research staff present current research in a 90 minute seminar format in these series.  Recent seminar speakers include Jose Fernandez-Villaverde, Franc Portier and Valerie Ramey.  For more information, please contact the One Bank Research Seminar Team.  These seminars are closed to the press.

The Bank puts diversity and inclusivity at the heart of its practices and our seminars are no exception.  We recognise the value of cultivating a seminar environment in which people are encouraged to share their views openly.  Because of this we seek to invite diverse speakers from a variety of backgrounds to help encourage a range of thought.

2017 Winter Schedule

 

Banking, Finance and Regulation

Date Speaker​​ Organisation​ ​Title
8 February John Tsoukalas University of Glasgow Optimal Bailout of Systemic Banks
15 February Gerardo Ferrara Bank of England Central counterparty’s auction design and transmission of financial stress
22 February Michalis Vasios Bank of England Identifying Contagion in a Banking Network
15 March Marius Zoican Université Paris-Dauphine Beyond the Frequency Wall: Speed and Liquidity on Batch Auction Markets
5 April Andreas Schrimpf BIS ​Segmented Money Markets and Covered Interest Parity Arbitrage
 

 

Monetary and Macroeconomics

​Date ​Speaker ​Organisation Title​
13 January Xavier Gabaix Harvard University A behavioural New Keynesian model
3 February Yannis Kalantzis Banque de France TBC
10 February Marc Lavoie University of Ottawa TBC
17 February Ben Morley ​Bank of England The design of the corporate bond purchase scheme
3 March Juan Antolin-Diaz Fulcrum Asset Management LLP ​Narrative Information as Sign Restrictions in SVARs
7 March Mathias Trabandt Freie Universitaet Berlin TBC
17 March Jouchi Nakajima BIS Cross-country macro evidence on the effectiveness of unconventional monetary policies in low interest rate environments
23 March Sebastian Mallaby​ Council on Foreign Relations​ The m​an who knew: The life & times of Alan Greenspan​
24 March Tobias Schuler ​University of Rome ‘Tor Vergata’, EIEF ​Liquidity, Interbank Lending and Policy
​31 March Javier Bianchi ​Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis ​Liquidity management and monetary policy
 

 

New methods, perspectives and approaches

​Date Speaker​ Organisation​ Title​​
7 February Hamza Bennani Media Coverage and ECB Policy-Making: Evidence from a New Index
21 February Remy Jansen and Margot Aelen De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) Supervisory Biases
28 February Matheus Graselli Continuous Time Stock-flow consistent Models
10 March Geoff Hodgson Conceptualizing Capitalism
14 March ​Donald MacKenzie ​University of Edinburgh ​A Material Political Economy: Automated Trading Desk and Price Prediction in High-Frequency Trading
21 March ​James Anderson ​Baillie Gifford ​TBC
 

 

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