New evidence on the monetary transmission mechanism workshop

In-person event on 20 and 21 May 2024

About the workshop

Date: 20 and 21 May 2024

Format: In-person event

Event Directors: Andrew Blake, Angus Foulis and Jagdish Tripathy

Successful monetary policy has become more challenging in recent years as the world economy has been subjected to unprecedented events. Central banks need to reconsider how best to achieve their targets in markedly changed circumstances.

This workshop will bring together leading researchers and policymakers to discuss frontier research on the transmission mechanism of monetary policy.  The workshop will explore, amongst other things, how factors such as market microstructure and the mortgage market affect the MTM, whether this has changed since leaving the zero lower bound, and the alternative methods and data that will be required to assess the impact of rising interest rates. 

Confirmed speakers include: Ben Broadbent (Deputy Governor, Bank of England) and Atif Mian (Princeton University). 

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