Monetary dialogue

Monetary Dialogue of 15 February 2016

02-03-2016

Topic 1 - Implications for the euro area of divergent monetary policy stances by the Fed and the ECB

    Andrew HUGHES HALLETT (University of St Andrews) - Implications for the euro area of divergent monetary policy stances by the Fed and the ECB
    Kerstin BERNOTH, Philipp J. KöNIG (DIW Berlin) - Implications for the Euro Area of Divergent Monetary Policy Stances by the Fed and the ECB – The role of financial spillovers
    Roman HORVATH (CASE and Charles University) - Divergent monetary policies of the US Federal Reserve and the ECB: Implications for the euro area

Topic 2 - Limits in terms of eligible collateral and policy risks of an extension of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme

    Daniel GROS (CEPS) - QE infinity: What risks for the ECB?
    Jens BOYSEN-HOGREFE, Salomon FIEDLER, Nils JANNSEN, Stefan KOOTHS, Stefan REITZ (Kiel Institute for the World Economy) - Limits in terms of eligible collateral and policy risks of an extension of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme
    Eddie GERBA and Corrado MACCHIARELLI (London School of Economics) - Policy options and risks of an extension of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme: An analysis
    Grégory CLAEYS (Bruegel) - European Central Bank quantitative easing: Limits and risks
    Christophe BLOT, Jérôme CREEL and Paul HUBERT (OFCE) - Rooms for extension of the ECB’s quantitative easing programme
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