International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective
Date: May 25, 2021 ; 11:30am-5:30pm (Paris Time)
- The workshop will be held online (Webex).
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“The Rise and Fall of Global Currencies Over Two Centuries”, Roger Vicquéry (Banque de France)
“Zombie International Currency: The pound sterling, 1945-1971”, Maylis Avaro (Oxford University)
12:30pm-14:00pm Lunch break
“Deviations from covered interest rate parity in financial crises”, David Chambers (Cambridge University), Victor Degorce, Olivier Accominotti, Jason Cen
“The International Consequences of Bretton Woods Capital Controls and the Value of Geopolitical Stability”, Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria (St Louis Fed ), Lee E. Ohanian, Diana Van Patten Mark Wright
“The Aftermath of Sovereign Debt Crises: A Narrative Approach”, Rui Esteves (Graduate Institute Geneva), Seán Kenny and Jason Lennard
“Reconstruction Aid, Public Infrastructure, and Economic Development: The Case of the Marshall Plan in Italy”, Michela Giorcelli (UCLA) and Nicola Bianchi
Keynote Lecture by Moritz Schularick “Central bank balance sheets and the macroeconomy 1587-2020”
Discussion by Matthieu Bussière (Director, Monetary and Financial Studies, Banque de France)
Eric Monnet (PSE, CEPR)
Alain Naef (Banque de France)