The Economics of Monetary Unions. Past Experiences and the Eurozone

A conference on the Eurozone. 21st February 2019 | 14:00

IIMR 2018 Monetary Conference: “Did Milton Friedman matter to British economic policy? Does he still matter?

Contributors include Tim Congdon, Charles Goodhart, Adam Ridley, Michael Oliver, Geoffrey Wood and Tim Sanderson. More to be confirmed shortly13th November 2018 | 09:30-17.30

IIMR 2018 Public Lecture: By James Forder (Oxford University)

James Forder will be speaking on Milton Friedman’s legacy.12th November 2018 | 18:30-20:00

The roles of central banks ten years after the global financial crisis

Have central banks done too much in the crisis? What is the role of a central bank in a modern economy? Should the central bank provide extra lending to a bank in need of liquidity, and if so, how should it? Ten years after the outbreak of the crisis, should central banks go back to ‘normal’? These are some of the key questions we will address in our discussion panel with two experts on the subject. 30th July 2018 | 15.45-17.15

2017 IIMR/IEA Annual Monetary Conference:- Has Financial Regulation Gone Too Far? And do banks need all the extra capital?

The 2017 IEA/IIMR Annual Monetary Conference, to be held at the IEA, London. This will be an invitation only event.8th November 2017 | 09:00 – 18:00

Public Lecture: The Committee of Public Safety: the work of the Financial Policy Committee by Martin Taylor, Bank of England

7th November 2017 | 18:30-20:00

Book Launch – Buckingham
We would like to invite you to the launch of a new book on Money in the Great Recession: did a crash in money growth cause the global slump?, published by Edward Elgar Publishing, which Tim Congdon has edited. 3rd October 2017 | 18:30

Book Launch – London
We would like to invite you to the launch of a new book on Money in the Great Recession: did a crash in money growth cause the global slump?, published by Edward Elgar Publishing, which Tim Congdon has edited.13th July 2017 | 18:00 for 18:30

MSc Launch
The Institute of International Monetary Research is very pleased to announce the new MSc programme in Money, Banking and Central Banking offered by the University of Buckingham from September 2017. The MSc programme is unique in that it offers specialised teaching in banking and financial markets and central banking. Our MSc emphasises the importance of high-quality monetary and banking analysis in order to be able to assess which policies are compatible with steady output growth and long-term financial stability. 

13th March 2017 | 12:00

Quantitative Easing:- Triumph or folly?

Banks and central banks play a central role in the sound functioning of modern monetary economies. 3rd November 2016 | 09:00

What have we learned about money and banking during and since the great recession?2nd November 2016 | 18:30-20:00

International Monetary Research Launch party

On 11th June, the Institute of International Monetary Research held a launch party at the RAC Club, Pall Mall, London. Tim Congdon’s presentation at the event can be viewed here 11th June 2015 | 18:00