18.05.2018 | Wähungskonferenz: Monetary Policy Execution in East Asia

Die 4. Ludwigshafener Währungskonferenz steht unter dem Thema „Monetary Policy Execution in East Asia“ und wird am 18. Mai 2018 in den Räumen des OAI ausgetragen. Gäste sind willkommen und können sich unter conference@oai.de anmelden. Die Konferenz wird auf Englisch gehalten und die Platzanzahl ist begrenzt. Programmübersicht:

The 4th Ludwigshafen conference on monetary policy under the title ”Monetary Policy Execution in East Asia“ will take place at May 18, 2018 at the East Asia Institute. Guests are welcome and can apply under conference@oai.de. The conference will be held in English and the places are limited. Program Overview:

Program for the 4th Ludwigshafen Conference on the Currency Area East Asia:

9.00 – 9.30 | Welcome addresses

Frank Rövekamp
East Asia Institute

Bernd Kaltenhäuser
Deutsche Bundesbank

9.30 – 11.00 | Part 1: Dimensions of monetary policy execution
moderated by Hanns Günther Hilpert, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Berlin

China’s monetary policy revisited: institutional setting, main tools, challenges
Patrick Hess, European Central Bank

The operation of inflation targeting in Korea
Woosik Moon, Seoul National University

Is a fully reserve backed money regime feasible?
Franz Waldenberger, German Institute for Japanese Studies

11.00 – 11-30 | Coffee break

11.30 – 13.00 | Part 2: Central banks in financial markets
moderated by Moritz Bälz, Goethe University Frankfurt

Legal issues on central bank dealings in the financial markets: A Japanese law perspective
Mikari Kashima, Bank of Japan

The Bank of Japan Exchange Traded Funds purchase program: Rationale, mechanisms and consequences
Sayuri Shirai, Keio University

The asset purchase programs of the ESCB in the courts
Helmut Siekmann, Goethe University Frankfurt

13.00 – 14.00 | Lunch

14.00 – 15.30 | Part 3: Central banks in foreign exchange markets
moderated by Frank Rövekamp, East Asia Institute

Monetary policy implementation in Singapore: enhancement measures
Hwee Kwan Chow, Singapore Management University

Taiwan’s foreign exchange policy and its current challenges
Tijen Tsao, Central Bank of Republic of China (Taiwan)

Exchange rate management in East Asia: words and deeds
Ulrich Volz, SOAS London, German Development Institute & University of Leipzig

15.30 – 16.00 | Coffee break

16.00 – 17.00 | Does execution matter?
Panel discussion among all speakers

17.00 | End of conference

Guest are welcome to attend, please apply under conference@oai.de (limited places)

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