All of our videos are available on our YouTube channel:
Webinar with Mark Skousen
On 9th February 2022, the IIMR hosted a webinar with Mark Skousen on the Benefits of using gross output in addition to GDP to gauge the state of the economy. The recording is now available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S6rwlT87yY
IIMR Annual Conference, December 2021
Our annual conference at the University of Buckingham discussed the question “Will more inflation follow Covid-19? And what does that say about contemporary economics?”
In March 2020 as fiscal and monetary stimuli raised money growth dramatically across much of the developed world, the Institute of International Monetary Research (IIMR) was somewhat of a lone voice in warning that this wold be inflationary. Now, with economies opening up, by the final quarter of 2021, our predictions have proved correct. On the 1st of December 2021, our annual monetary conference, which was partly a live event but partly virtual, saw a top class panel of speakers from both sides of the Atlantic present a number of different perspectives on the likely consequences of the rise in inflation, with some lively debates ensuing in the question and answers sessions which followed.
Our playlist of the event starts at:
Monthly money update
'The Federal Reserve's incompetence'. By Professor Tim Congdon, Chairman of IIMR.
IIMR Annual Public Lecture 2021
On the 23rd of November, 2021, Lord Mervyn King, former governor of the Bank of England, held a talk titled Monetary policy in a world of radical uncertainty". You can watch the video here:
IIMR July 2021 conference
On the 21st of July 2021, a conference with the title 'Money and payments in the 21st century' was held a the University of Buckingham. This is the first video in the playlist to get you started: