7th Annual Conference 2019 – Interaction of fiscal and monetary policies
DAY 1 September 26, 2019
- An empirical investigation of the effects of fiscal policy on the Albanian economy.
- Meri Papavangjeli, Bank of Albania.
- Fiscal policy and macroeconomic stabilization in Colombia.
- Ignacio Lozano, Central Bank of Colombia
- Interaction of monetary and fiscal policies in emerging countries (Tunisian economy).
- Hager Ben Romdhane, Central Bank of Tunisia
- Monetary policy vs fiscal policy and their impact on foreign direct investments: The Case of Tunisia.
- Raoudha Louafi, Central Bank of Tunisia
- Public Debt Thresholds, Self-Discipline and Sustainability.
- Jair Ojeda-Joya et al., Central Bank of Colombia
WORKSHOP PANEL 1: Assessing the fiscal situation, and capital flows
- Capital Flows Impact on Labor market: How do FDIs and Remittances Effect Youth Employment in Bosnia and Hercegovina?
- Bojan Baškot, Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- How much is too much? The fiscal space in emerging market economies.
- Carlos Montoro et al., Central Reserve Bank of Peru.
- The fiscal stance in Colombia implied by the Tax Policy.
- Jorge Toro et al., Central Bank of Colombia.
- Comments by: Rahul Mukherjee, the Graduate Institute, Geneva
MINI-WORKSHOP on Research Stumbling blocks
Facilitated by Cédric Tille, BCC & the Graduate Institute, Geneva And Rahul Mukherjee, the Graduate Institute, Geneva
WORKSHOP PANEL 2: Impact of fiscal policy
- Does monetary and fiscal policies interact in oil exporting countries? Evidence from Azerbaijan, Russia and Kazakhstan.
- Heyran Aliyeva et al., Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
- Fiscal multipliers and balance sheet effects in a small open economy.
- Martha López, Central Bank of Colombia.
- Fiscal policy, output and financial stress in the case of developing and emerging European economies: a threshold VAR approach.
- Gerti Shijaku, Bank of Albania.
- Comments by: Daniel Kaufmann, University of Neuchâtel
Marcos Chamon, IMF
DAY 2 September 27, 2019
POLICY PANEL 1: Changing cyclicality and predictability of fiscal policies: how do they affect the conduct of monetary policy?
- Chair: Ugo Panizza, the Graduate Institute, Geneva
- Azer Alasgarov, Central Bank of the Republic of Azerbaijan
- Belma Colakovic, Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Benjamin Born, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
POLICY PANEL 2: Impact on financial stability: should fiscal and monetary policy be coordinated, and if so how?
- Chair: Urs Birchler, University of Zurich
- Altin Tanku, Bank of Albania
- Renzo Rossini, Central Reserve Bank of Peru
- Graciela Kaminsky, George Washington University
- Matthew B. Canzoneri, Georgetown University
- Ryan Banerjee, Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
- Jonathan Ostry, IMF
POLICY PANEL 3: How should the interaction between finance ministries and central banks be structured?
- Chair: Cédric Tille, BCC & the Graduate Institute, Geneva
- Marouane El Abassi, Central Bank of Tunisia
- Juan José Ospina, Central Bank of Colombia
- Thomas Moser, Swiss National Bank
- Franziska Ohnsorge, World Bank
- Olga Pogarska, National Bank of Ukraine