Money and Banking Conferences organized by the Central Bank bring together outstanding local and international economists to discuss topics on macroeconomic, monetary and financial policies. Moreover, there are seminars on specific topics.
Money and Banking Conferences
Since 1996, the Money and Banking Conference seeks to stimulate discussion on macroeconomic, monetary and financial topics. It is addressed to a wide audience including academics and policymakers. Admission is free.
Before the launch of the Money and Banking Conference, the Monetary Economics and External Sector Conference took place between 1991 and 1977. The resources available at the libraries of the BCRA may be found in this link.
Emerging Countries Facing Crisis: Lessons and Challenges - in Spanish -
Financial Turmoil: Impact on Developed and Emerging Economie - in Spanish -
Monetary Policy in a Context of Uncertainty -in Spanish -
Monetary Policy and Economic Growth - in Spanish -
Inflation Targeting - in Spanish -
The First Decade of Convertibility - in Spanish -
Money and Banking Conferences, 2000 - in Spanish -
Money and Banking Conferences, 1999 - in Spanish -
Money and Banking Conferences, 1996 - in Spanish -
XXXV Meeting of South American Central Banks' Presidents - in Spanish-
Financial Innovation Program - in Spanish-
6th UTDT Annual Seminar on Economics - in Spanish -
5th UTDT BCRA Annual Seminar on Economics - in Spanish -
Macroeconomic Models for Small Open Economies - in Spanish -
Workshop Nowcasting & Big Data - in Spanish -