Global Financial Linkages Conference - Day 2

When 02 February 2018 8:30 AM

Following a wave of globalisation during the mid-2000s, the global financial crisis and European sovereign debt crisis highlighted how shocks can be transmitted internationally because of tighter global financial linkages. In the wake of these crises, policy makers instigated a wide range of policy interventions and reforms to mitigate risks to the global financial system, and safeguard domestic macroeconomic and financial conditions. Greater understanding of the determinants of financial globalisation is, therefore, important for policymakers and researchers alike, given it offers important insights to identifying the build-up of future imbalances and potential transmission of financial shocks.

To contribute to the debate on these topical issues, the conference will see presentations from academics, central banks and international institutions.


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Registration is by invitation only.

Further Information

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