Monetary Dialogue - 20 November 2017

20-11-2017

Topic 1 – TARGET (im)balances at record level: should we worry?

      TARGET imbalances at record levels: Should we worry? - Daniel GROS (CEPS)
      Should we be concerned about TARGET balances? - Karl WHELAN (University College Dublin)
      TARGET (im-)balances at record level: Should we worry? - Salomon FIEDLER, Stefan KOOTHS, Ulrich STOLZENBURG (Kiel Institute for the World Economy)
      TARGET (im)balances at record level: Should we worry? - Paul DE GRAUWE (LSE), Yuemei JI (University College London and LSE), Corrado MACCHIARELLI (LSE and Brunel University London)
      TARGET (im)balances at record level: Should we worry? - Andrew HUGHES HALLETT (Copenhagen Business School)
      Briefing

Topic 2 – Design and sequencing of exit from non-standard monetary policy measures: What should the ECB “new normal” look like?

      Simulating the macroeconomic effects of ECB tapering – Marius CLEMENS, Stefan GEBAUER, Malte RIETH (DIW Berlin)
      Design and sequencing of exit from non-standard monetary policy measures: What should the ECB “new normal” look like? - Roman Horvath (CASE, Warsaw and Charles University)
      What should the ECB “new normal” look like? – Christophe BLOT, Jérôme CREEL, Paul HUBERT (OFCE).
      How should the ECB ‘normalise’ its monetary policy? - Grégory CLAEYS, Maria DEMERTZIS (Bruegel)
      Briefing