Financial Stability Considerations for Monetary Policy

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CfP Deadline Date:
July 31, 2022

Conference Event:
September 30, 2022

Event Location:
New York, NY, USA

Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Federal Reserve Board

The academic consensus has evolved to recognize that financial vulnerabilities have the potential to adversely affect the real economy and are also an inherent and largely procyclical part of the financial system. The Federal Reserve System is organizing a conference to garner the insights of researchers and policymakers on how monetary policy affects financial vulnerabilities and in turn how the state of the financial system interacts with the achievement of the maximum employment and price stability goals of monetary policy. The conference is being co-led by Federal Reserve Board Vice Chair Lael Brainard and Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John C. Williams, who will give opening and closing remarks. The conference will also include a panel of central bank policymakers to explore the themes of the conference, as well as paper presentations with discussants.

The organizers welcome submissions of theoretical and empirical papers that address the nexus between monetary policy and financial stability, with an emphasis on the following topics:

  • Costs and benefits of monetary policy interventions that lean against the buildup of financial vulnerabilities.
  • Interactions between monetary policy and macroprudential policy.
  • The role of nonbank financial institutions in the transmission of monetary policy to financial stability.

Further Information:

The deadline for paper submissions is June 30, 2022. Please send completed papers to the following email address: Authors of accepted papers will be informed by July 31, 2022. The conference will be held in-person, with proceedings broadcast online. Travel funding may be available for academic presenters and discussants. Participation is by invitation only.

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