Clyde Wu Visiting Fellows Program, founded in 2017, brings scholars from China, the U.S. and other countries to Columbia SIPA for short-term visits each year. This year’s fellows, Dr. GAO Fei and Dr. Andreas Dombret, both visited in October 2018 to engage with SIPA students and faculty on regulatory policy issues .
A book talk with Francesco Papadia, William Dudley, Jens Nordvig and Brian Sack.
A conference discussing monetary policy design and implementation in light of current and future performance of the U.S. Economy. Co- sponsored by Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and the New York Fed.
Debt is a key driver of financial fragility for individuals, companies and the financial system. Three distinguished experts will discuss how excessive debt undermines financial stability and policy prescriptions to manage leverage and improve economic and financial stability.
A discussion of central bank independence, the international experience and challenges for the Bank of Lebanon.
A panel discussion on inflation targeting and economic recovery in Brazil.
The research conference brought together academics, financial market participants, and policymakers to discuss the latest research on bank liquidity regulation, and their impact on markets and the economy.
The great financial crisis began more than 10 years ago, and the intervening years have seen a wholesale realignment of the regulatory environment and business practice, particularly with respect to the largest global financial institutions.
A research conference on technological innovation and financial regulation sponsored by SIPA and the Imperial College Business School.
The research conference brought together academics, financial market participants, and policymakers to discuss the latest research on bank capital and its impact on markets and the economy.
As central bankers reflect on their monetary policy implementation framework in the years to come, what lessons can they draw from the crisis and the long period of very low rates since?
Experts from around the world discussed how newly enlisted macroprudential policy tools might head off the next big financial meltdown.
A workshop jointly sponsored by SIPA and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.