Date: 25th June 2019 | 10:00
Venue: Prebend House, University of Buckingham, MK18 1EG
Session 1 – Juan Castaneda – The roles of central banks in modern economies
Session 2 – Tim Congdon – Money, asset prices and the business cycle
Session 3 – Brandon Davies – Bank regulation after the Global Financial Crisis
Session 4 – Philip Booth – Money, regulation and the Financial Crisis
Session 1 – Brian Sturgess: ‘Alternatives to conventional (Western) banking’.
Session 2 – Forrest Capie – The central banks as lenders of last resort in a financial crisis – with a historical perspective
Session 3 – Presentation by University of Buckingham including the MSc Money, Banking and Central Banking programme
Session 4 – Matthias Klaes – FinTech: The new world of financial intermediation
Paid accommodation on campus is available on a first come, first served basis and there is also a small travel bursary available for each participant. Lunch will also be provided on both days; breakfast and evening meals at participants own cost.
Spaces are limited and will be awarded upon receipt of a CV and a covering letter explaining what you expect to gain from this experience. Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrive no later than 30th April 2019.
The event is sponsored by the Institute of International Monetary Research and Institute of Economic Affairs