Eli Remolona Public Lecture: How central banks talk to the markets
Eli Remolona is the former Regional Head for Asia of the Bank for International Settlements and current Visiting Professor at Williams College’s Center for Economic Development. He is the world-leading expert on how financial markets respond to information released by policymakers. He will give a public lecture on how to improve central bank communication as part of the University of Sydney’s FASS FutureFix “Global Perspectives on Economic Policy” initiative.
More about Eli Remolona
Professor Remolona’s extensive experience in financial markets, international finance and monetary policy includes more than a decade at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and almost two decades at the Bank for International Settlements. As the Regional Head for Asia and the Pacific at the Bank for International Settlements, he developed close working relationships with the governors of the 12 leading central banks in the region to advance issues of financial regulatory reform and new frameworks for monetary policy. He has published influential articles in leading journals in economics and finance and has been Associate Editor for the International Journal of Central Banking since 2005. He received his PhD in economics from Stanford University.
More about the University of Sydney’s “Global Perspective on Economic Policy” initiative
The University of Sydney’s FASS FutureFix research theme “Global Perspectives on Economic Policy” seeks to increase interaction and collaboration with policymakers throughout the Asia-Pacific region to develop useful models for economic policy analysis from an open economy perspective. For more details and access to the “model hub” of open-source code for open-economy models and podcasts with senior researchers at policy institutions, go to https://sydney.edu.au/arts/open-economy-model-hub
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Professor Remolona’s public lecture will commence at 6.30pm. Drinks and light refreshments will be served.