Thursday 30 June 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
The Hidden Wealth of Nations: Dr Gabriel Zucman (LSE) discussed how big the wealth in hidden offshore tax havens is, the consequences of inequality, how tax havens work and are organized, and how we can begin to approach a solution. Audio and video of this event is available on the LSE's Event page.
Wednesday 11 May 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
The Rise and Fall of American Growth: Professor Robert Gordon examined the history of economic growth in the USA, and explored solutions needed to overcome the economic challenges of the future. Audio and video of this event is available on the LSE's Event page.
Friday 18 March 2016: NIESR Event
CFM was proud to co-sponsor NIESR's conference, Financial regulation: are we reaching an efficient outcome? Examining regulatory policy in light of the financial crisis, at the Bank of England, London.
14-15 March 2016: CFM, ADEMU and cemmap Masterclass
The Macroeconomics of Uncertainty Shocks: Evidence, Models, and Methods: This series of lectures will introduce students to the recent literature on the macroeconomics of uncertainty shocks (also known as volatility shocks), studying time-varying volatility with the help of DSGE models, the workhorse of modern macroeconomics and the most common laboratory for policy evaluation.
Wednesday 09 March 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
Clear and Present Challenges to the Chinese Economy: Dr Keyu Jin discussed the impact of China’s financial reforms. Video and Podcast of this event are available from the LSE event page.
4-5 March 2016: Emerging Markets Forum
CFM was proud to be part sponsor of the 7th LSE SU Emerging Markets Forum which took place on 4th and 5th of March at the Millennium Hotel, Mayfair.
Wednesday 02 March 2016: CFM and Bank of England Seminar
Ben Broadbent Deputy Governor, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England delivered a lecture Central Banks and Digital Currencies.
Tuesday 01 March 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
The End of Alchemy: Professor Lord King and Professor Lord Stern took part in a discussion on Lord King's new publication, The End of Alchemy: Banking, the Global Economy and the Future of Money, which suggests original ways to end the alchemy of our current monetary and banking system and to correct the disequilibrium in the world economy today.
Monday 18 January 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
Debt, Demographics and the Distribution of Income: new challenges for monetary policy: Dr Gertjan Vlieghe (Bank of England) discussed how debt, demographics and the distribution of income can have significant and long-lasting effects on the economy. Historically, these 3 D’s have not been a major focus for monetary policy, but that is starting to change. A transcript and press release for this event can be found at the Bank of England's website, and a podcast is available on the LSE's event page.
Tuesday 12 January 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
Economics Of Migration: Alan Manning (LSE) looked at immigration, currently one of the most common responses when asked about the most important issues facing Britain. This lecture explains why there is a demand for immigration into the UK, and what the effects of it has been. Slides [PDF] are available, and further video and audio is available on the LSE's event page.
Monday 26 September 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
The Wealth of Humans: work, power, and status in the twenty-first century: Ryan Avent (The Economist) addresses the difficult questions about the increasing abundance of labour and what this means politically, economically and socially for every one of us. In order to navigate our way across today’s rapidly transforming economic landscape, Avent argues that we must radically reassess the very idea of how, and why, we work.
Tuesday 27 September 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
The Productivity Puzzle: Andrew Haldane (Bank of England).
Productivity growth has weakened across a number of economies over
recent years, particularly in the UK. Does this reflect a slowing of
innovation? Or a slowing in the rate at which this technology is
diffused to companies? And, having answered that, what role can public
policy play in supporting productivity growth in the period ahead?
Wednesday 19 October 2016: CFM Public Lecture
The Euro and the Battle of Ideas: Markus Brunnermeier, Harold James, and Jean-Pierre Landau argue if the core problem with the Euro lies in the philosophical differences between the founding countries of the Eurozone, and how these seemingly incompatible differences can be reconciled to ensure Europe's survival.
Wednesday 23 November 2016: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
The Curse of Cash: The world is drowning in cash—and it’s making us poorer and less safe. Kenneth Rogoff (Harvard), one of the world’s leading economists, makes a persuasive and fascinating case for an idea that until recently would have seemed outlandish: getting rid of most paper money.
Tuesday 02 August: CFM Survey
Results for July's CFM Survey are now available, questioning if academic economists are in touch with voters and politicians. Full details available on the CFM Survey website. Discussed in Time Higher Education and Bloomberg.
Tuesday 14 June 2016: CFM Survey
Results for June's CFM Survey, analysing Brexit and long-term consequences for the UK financial sector, are now available at the CFM Survey website. Citied in The Guardian and the Financial Times.
Friday 13 May 2016: CFM Survey
April's CFM Survey, The future role of (un)conventional unconventional monetary policy, results are now available at the CFM Survey website. Discussed at VoxEU.
Thursday 24 March 2016: CFM Survey
March's survey questioned opinions on the National Living Wage and the Uk Economy, results are available at the CFM Survey website. Cited in articles at VoxEU, Tutor2u, Reuters UK, Financial Times, and David Smith's Economics Blog.
Thursday 26 February 2016: CFM Survey
The results of this month's CFM Survey, Brexit and Financial Market Volatility is now available. Cited in the Financial Times, and discussed in The Independent and VoxEU.
Tuesday 26 January 2016: CFM Survey
Latest CFM Survey results now available, January's survey questions UK market turbulence and growth prospects for the global economy. Discussed in VoxEU and The Economist, Wouter den Haan was interviewed regarding the survey on Share Radio and in The Observer's article The world has glimpsed financial crisis. But is the worst to come?
Tuesday 19 January 2016: CFM ePublication
New VoxEU eBook Quantitative Easing: Evolution of economic thinking as it happened by Wouter den Haan. Details available at VoxEU [PDF].
Friday 20 November 2015: ERC Clash of the Titans 2015
Congratulations to CFM's Mike McMahon on winning this year's ERC Clash of the Titans competition.
Friday 16 October 2015: CFM Survey
Findings of the latest CFM Survey, analysing the European Central Bank's quantitative easing have now been released. Visit the CFMSurvey website for full details.
Monday 07 September 2015: CFM Publication
CFM Member Keyu Jin published in the American Economic Review: Credit Constraints and Growth in a Global Economy, with Nicolas Coeurdacier, and Stéphane Guibaud.
Wednesday 26 August 2015:
CFM welcomes new member Ricardo Reis to LSE.
Tuesday 27 August 2015:
Congratulations to CFM Professor Francesco Caselli on being announced as the Director of the Macroeconomics and Growth Programme at the Centre for Economic Policy Research.
Tuesday 21 July 2015: CFM Survey
July's CFM Survey results are now available, focusing on Monetary Policy and Zero Lower Bound.
Wednesday 08 July 2015: CFM & LSE Greece and the Eurozone Letter
LSE faculty urge both sides in the Eurozone/Greek drama to find a solution by acting in a more economically responsible manner. Letter can be found here [PDF].
Wouter Den Haan discussed these ideas with USA Today, and press coverage includes VoxEU and Voice of America.
Thursday 25 June 2015: Congratulations
Congratulations to CFM student Markus Riegler on winning the Society of Computational Economics prize for best paper.
Tuesday 23 June 2015: Congratulations
Congratulations to CFM member Silvana Tenreyro, on being awarded a British Academy/Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship of £65,113 for her project on the redistributive effects of monetary policy.
Wednesday 03 May 2015: CFM in the Media
CFM Director Wouter Den Haan mentioned in Financial Times article Has the rethinking of macroeconomic policy been successful?
Friday 29 May 2015: CFM Survey in the Media
March's CFM Survey results cited in Financial Times report on the Bank of England's move to enhance transparency.
Friday 01 May 2015: Gearty Grilling with Chris Pissarides
CFM Chairman and LSE Regius Professor Sir Chris Pissarides was interviewed as part of LSE's Gerty Grillings series.