"The Future is Here: Global Leaders on the Changing World" Lecture Series
Global growth remain sluggish, and risks remain skewed to the downside amidst high policy uncertainty. Global trade has slowed with U.S.-China trade tensions contributing to the slowdown. Trade tensions has also weighed on financial markets, resulting in volatile capital flows and contributing to the global growth slowdown. Volatile global financial flows is one challenge that central banks, especially in emerging markets, face. Invited by Dr. Min Zhu, Chair of National Institute of Financial Research (NIFR) at Tsinghua University and former Deputy Managing Director of IMF, Gita Gopinath, Chief Economist of IMF, is coming to Tsinghua PBC School of Finance to talk about the policy challenge of developing an integrated policy framework which consider jointly the role of monetary policy and exchange rate flexibility as well as capital controls and macroprudential measures.
Dr. Min Zhu,Gita Gopinath
Reception Hall, Main Building, Tsinghua University
Undergraduates Graduate Faculty
Tsinghua PBC School of Finance (PBCSF); National Institute of Financial Research (NIFR), Tsinghua University
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