The conference EU and US Perspectives: Changing climates is the sixth annual high-level conference focusing on fiscal and monetary interventions in Europe and the United States co-organized by SUERF | The European Money and Finance Forum, the Center on Global Economic Governance at Columbia University, the European Investment Bank, and Société Générale.
Common threads are clearly visible in how the US and Europe are tackling the Covid19 crisis, be it temporary measures to protect the supply side or seizing the opportunity of green and digital transformations to support recovery in the medium-to-longer term. Both the ECB and the Fed have redesigned monetary policy strategies and the Biden Administration has reaffirmed US interest in close economic ties with Europe. Moreover, both the US and the EU face questions on how to tackle the broader geopolitical landscape. Behind these commonalities, important differences nonetheless reside and these hold significant implications in a world of changing climates.
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Format: Online via Cisco WebEx The access link to enter the online event will be sent to registered participants the day before the meeting.
07:30 (EDT) / 13:30 (CET) Opening and Welcome Jakob de Haan, SUERF President I University of Groningen
07:45 (EDT) / 13:45 (CET) Keynote: ECB Monetary Policy François Villeroy de Galhau, Banque de France
08:15 (EDT) / 14:15 (CET) Keynote: Title tbc (video) Werner Hoyer, EIB
08:30 (EDT) / 14:30 (CET) Fireside chat: Economic Outlook Moderation: Michala Marcussen, Société Générale; Philip R. Lane, ECB; Klaus Regling, ESM
09:15 (EDT) / 15:15 (CET) Keynote: Role of Central Banks in a 21st Century Economy, Monetary Policy Frameworks, and the Choice of Leadership Joseph E. Stiglitz, Columbia University
09:45 (EDT) / 15:45 (CET) Panel - Cross Atlantic views of the new policy mix Moderation: Ernest Gnan, OeNB; Elga Bartsch, BlackRock; Patricia C. Mosser, Columbia University; Debora Revoltella, EIB; Jan Svejnar, Columbia I SIPA I CGEG
11:00 (EDT) / 17:00 (CET) Keynote Session: Managing the climate transition — Transatlantic perspectives Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Société Générale
11:20 (EDT) / 17:20 (CET) Rethinking Development Finance Jeffrey Sachs, Columbia University