Cato Monetary Conference, Fed, Federal Reserve, Richard Clarida, Monetary Alternatives

Improving the Monetary System Since 1983, the Cato Institute’s Annual Monetary Conference has brought together leading scholars and policymakers to discuss important issues in the conduct of monetary policy and steps that might be taken to improve the existing system.  The conferences have also considered ideas for…

Cato Journal, monetary policy, Cato 36th Annual Monetary Conference, James Dorn, new release

The Spring/Summer 2019 edition of the Cato Journal, the Cato Institute’s interdisciplinary journal of public policy, is now available online. This issue features papers from Cato’s 36th Annual Monetary Conference held last November, ten years after the financial panic of 2008. At that conference, leading scholars and policymakers discussed…

34th Annual Monetary Conference, Cato Journal, debt trap, monetary transmission, macroprudential regulation

Research papers presented at November’s 34th Annual Monetary Conference: Central Banks and Financial Turmoil are now available in the latest edition of  the Cato Journal. The articles investigate pressing questions like the monetary effects of macroprudential regulation, central banks and the debt trap, and the monetary transmission…