virtual format. Academics, representatives of international organizations and Presidents of Central Banks will attend the Conference.">
The 2021 Money and Banking Conference (MBC) organized by the BCRA—"Macroeconomic Conditions, Growth and Distribution. Underlying Problems of the Global Economy and Lessons from the Pandemic"—will be held in November and in 2021 Money and Banking Conferencevirtual format as it happened in 2020.
Academics, representatives of international organizations and Presidents of Central Banks in the region will attend the MBC. The BCRA’s President, Miguel Ángel Pesce, and the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán, will also take part in the Conference.
The 2021 MBC will feature four discussion panels —on November 3, 10, 17 and 24— on the following topics: Fiscal policy, Growth and Inequality; Monetary and Financial Policies, Macroeconomic Stability and Development; Rethinking the Role of Central Banks; and Underlying Problems of the Global Economy and Lessons from the Pandemic.
Speakers are as follows: Barry Eichengreen, Özlem Onaran, Mark Setterfield, Claudio Borio, Stephany Griffith Jones, Annina Kaltenbrunner, Alejandro Díaz de León Carrillo, Roger Edwin Rojas Ulo, Julio Velarde. Miguel Ángel Pesce and Martín Guzmán will close the Conference. The Economic Research Deputy General Management Office of the BCRA led by Germán Feldman, Economic Research Deputy General Manager, has been responsible for the organization.
The MBC will be broadcast in 2021 Money and Banking Conferencevirtual format, openly and for free, giving way to a greater audience reach from all over the country and the region as well. According to the program, presentations will be uploaded to this link every day, and will remain available at the platform for the public to have access at any time.
Like all other academic and outreach initiatives of the BCRA, the 2021 MBC seeks to stimulate discussion on macroeconomic, monetary and financial topics. It is addressed to a wide audience, including academics and policymakers, among others.
The 2021 MBC has a digital platform that gathers relevant information (program and speakers´ bios and topics) so that interested people may have access to the different discussion panels.
October 27, 2021.