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Research Seminars

Virtual CBID Central Bankers’ Forum

Wednesday, 29 September 2021
13:00 to 16:45
Virtual forum

The Centre for Banking, Institutions and Development (CBID) is hosting the next virtual CBID Central Bankers’ Forum.

The aim of the forum is to spark research ideas and discussions on emerging issues from a policy perspective in banking and intermediation. The speakers of this edition are established researchers in the field from Bilkent University, Norges Bank, Bank of England, Imperial College and the European Central Bank.

Programme:

13:00-13:05 – Welcome

13:05-13:55 – Refet Gürkaynak (Bilkent University) - News, Noise, and Anchoring Shape International Yield Curves

13:55-14:45 – Kasper Roszbach (Norges Bank) - Household Leverage and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from a Macroprudential Mortgage Restriction

SHORT BREAK (15 minutes)

15:00-15:50 – David Elliott (Bank of England and Imperial College) - Nonbank Lenders as Global Shock Absorbers: Evidence from US Monetary Policy Spillovers

15:50-16:40 – Florian Heider (European Central Bank) - Why So Negative? The Effect of Monetary Policy and Bank Credit Supply Across the Euro Area.

16:40-16:45 – Concluding remarks

For those in Durham, we want to invite you for coffee and cake from 16:45 onwards in the Business School Lounge.

Please sign-up here if you are planning to attend.

Virtual CBID Central Bankers’ Forum

Wednesday, 29 September 2021
13:00 to 16:45
Virtual forum

The Centre for Banking, Institutions and Development (CBID) is hosting the next virtual CBID Central Bankers’ Forum.

The aim of the forum is to spark research ideas and discussions on emerging issues from a policy perspective in banking and intermediation. The speakers of this edition are established researchers in the field from Bilkent University, Norges Bank, Bank of England, Imperial College and the European Central Bank.

Programme:

13:00-13:05 – Welcome

13:05-13:55 – Refet Gürkaynak (Bilkent University) - News, Noise, and Anchoring Shape International Yield Curves

13:55-14:45 – Kasper Roszbach (Norges Bank) - Household Leverage and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from a Macroprudential Mortgage Restriction

SHORT BREAK (15 minutes)

15:00-15:50 – David Elliott (Bank of England and Imperial College) - Nonbank Lenders as Global Shock Absorbers: Evidence from US Monetary Policy Spillovers

15:50-16:40 – Florian Heider (European Central Bank) - Why So Negative? The Effect of Monetary Policy and Bank Credit Supply Across the Euro Area.

16:40-16:45 – Concluding remarks

For those in Durham, we want to invite you for coffee and cake from 16:45 onwards in the Business School Lounge.

Please sign-up here if you are planning to attend.