12.30-2.30pm Central Banking in Contemporary Capitalism
Nathan Marcus (Ben Gurion University, Israel): The Interwar Origins of Central Bank Independence
Pavlos Roufos (University of Kassel, Germany): Foster Parents of Central Bank Independence: Ordoliberal influence in the formation of the Bundesbank
Ulas Sener (University of Potsdam, Germany): Economic theories on central bank independence: From ‘institutions interfere’ to ‘institutions matter’
Nina Eichacker (University of Rhode Island, US): Liquidity, Assets, and Power in Monetary Policy for the European Core and Periphery, Before and After the Eurozone Crisis
Benjamin Braun (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Germany) and Maximilian Düsterhöft (Dresden University of Technology, Germany): Technocratic politics in hard times: A global experiment in central banking
2.30-3pm Coffee Break
3-4.30pm Macroeconomics and Finance
Devika Dutt (University of Massachusetts Amherst, US): Exorbitant Privilege or Ultimate Responsibility? Access to the International Lender of Last Resort
Davide Villani (University of Greenwich, UK): Revisiting the External Financial Dependence index in light of the rise of Corporate Net Lending: What do we really measure?
Monika Meireles (UNAM, Mexico): Financial regionalization, new foreign banking and trans-Latin banks
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