Since 2020, the Institute has produced webinars from renowned economists, covering a broad range of topics including government debt, banking and inflation.
These webinars are held online and available free of charge to all. A recording is made available on the IIMR YouTube channel shortly after each event and can be viewed using the link below.
Click on the button below for details of forthcoming webinars.
- Tuesday 23rd May: Geoffrey Wood (University of Buckingham): Financial stability and what causes banking crises
- Wednesday 19th April: Brandon Davies (formerly of Barclays Bank): Banking liquidity vs bank solvency: Interest rate risk in the banking book
- Wednesday 15th March: Lawrence Goodman (Center for Financial Stability): How Money Metrics would improve Fed policy
- Wednesday 8th March; John Greenwood (International Monetary Monitor): The case for implementing a monetary agenda at the Bank of England
- Wednesday 2nd November: Pedro Schwartz (Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid): Monetarism in an historical perspective: Why is it not fashionable any more?
- Wednesday 5th October: Charles Calomiris (Columbia Business School): Does the Fed need a tighter monetary policy rule and Congress scrutiny to restore price stability?
- Wednesday 20th July: Alexander Salter (Texas Tech University): The return to price stability. As assessment of the US Fed average inflation targeting rule
- Wednesday 1st June: Lars Christensen (Markets and Money Advisory/University of Copenhagen): Who is the blame for the current inflation episode?
- Wednesday 25th May: Charles Goodhart (Former member of Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee and Emeritus Professor of banking and finance, LSE): Government debt accumulated since March 2020
- Wednesday 18th May: Bill Robinson (KPMG): The current inflation episode in the UK - lessons from the 1970s
- Wednesday 16th March: Professor David Llewellyn (Loughborough University): Has the regulation pendulum swung too far in the baking industry?
- Wednesday 23rd February: Tim Congdon (IIMR): Banking in a free society
- Wednesday 9th February: Mark Skousen (Chapman University): The implications of using Gross Output for the making of monetary decisions
- Wednesday 13th October: James Ferguson (Macro Strategy): Will inflation be temporary or an embedded phenomenon
- Wednesday 14th July: Tim Congdon (IIMR) Geoffrey Wood (University of Buckingham) and Brandon Davies (formerly of Barclays): Round table discussion on inflation outlook for 2021 and 2022.
- Wednesday 28th April: Lawrence White (George Mason University): The Hong Kong monetary system: temporary fix of long term solution?
- Wednesday 14th April: John Greenwood (International Monetary Monitor, formerly at Invesco): Bitcoin and gold standards: similarities and differences
- Wednesday 24th February: Gabriel Stein (Stein Brothers): The economic and inflation outlook for 2021 and 2022
- Wednesday 10th February: Dimitrios Tsomocos (Said Business School, Oxford University): The role of money and default in macroeconomic modelling
- Wednesday 27th January: Steve Hanke (Johns Hopkins University): Alternative monetary regimes to fight inflation in emerging economies: Dollarisation, monetary boards and monetary competition
- Wednesday 11th November: Ryland Thomas (Bank of England): The Bank of England as lender of the last resort in the 19th century
- Wednesday 4th November: Alberto Musso (ECB): Inflation cycles, money cycles and credit cycles: Evidence from the Euro area
- Wednesday 21st October: Hans-Werner Sinn (Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich): The economics of target balances
- Wednesday 14th October: Christopher Neely (Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis): Differences in unconventional policy across central banks
- Thursday 1st October: Forrest Capie (Cass Business School): The role of central banks in great financial crises: Part 2
- Thursday 24th September: Forrest Capie (Cass Business School): The role of central banks in great financial crises: Part 1
- Thursday 10th September: Charles Goodhart (Financial Markets Group, LSE): The evolution of central banks: Part 2
- Thursday 10th September: Charles Goodhart (Financial Markets Group, LSE): The evolution of central banks: Part 1
- Wednesday 26th August: Marcel Magnus (European Parliament): Banks' capital ratios: minimum requirements vs. supervisory requirements
- Wednesday 19th August: Diego Zuluaga (Cato Institute): New means of payment and monetary policy
- Wednesday 29th July: Lars Christensen (Market and Money Advisory/University of Copenhagen): Will the Covid-19 crisis be inflationary?
- Wednesday 15th July: Geoffrey Wood (University of Buckingham): Debt, central banks and inflation
- Tuesday 19th May: Maria Nieto (Banco de España): Banks, Climate Risk and Financial Stability
- Tuesday 12th May: Pedro Schwartz (Universidad Camilo José Cela, Madrid): The Quantity Theory