Past MMF-Sponsored Events

2022

MMF-sponsored workshop on Environmental Finance for the Common Good

March 31st and April 1st, 2022
Venue: Birkbeck campus, University of London, UK
Hybrid event
Co-funded by the Money Marco and Finance Society (MMF), and the Department of Management, Birkbeck College, University of London.
Website
Programme

2021

MMF SPECIAL SESSION AT RES CONFERENCE 2021

14 April 2021
Online event
The Impact of Covid and Brexit Shocks on UK Employment, Investment and Productivity

Macroeconomic consequences of technological change

10-11 June 2021
Online event
Hosted by the University of Kent
Organised by the University of Kent and the Bank of England
Programme
Registration

Climate change: economic implications, tools and challenges for policy-makers in Europe

17 June 2021
Online event
Hosted by NIESR
Website

ESRC Virtual Workshop on Predictability, Forecasting and Monitoring

12-14th July 2021
Hosted by the University of Essex
Website

Macroeconomics Network in the South West Workshop

24 September 2021
Hosted by the University of Bath
Programme
Website

Lille-Reading Workshop on International Finance

4-5 November 2021
Hosted by the University of Reading
Online event
Organised by GDRE, University of Reading and Université de Lille
Website
Programme

What have we learned about the macroeconomic effect of forward guidance?

9-10 November 2021
Online event
Hosted by the University of Oxford
Website
Programme

Workshop on productivity and structural change

26 November 2021
Physical and online event
Hosted by Bank of England, with NIESR and The Productivity Institute, MMF, Essex Business School and Adam Smith Business School (Glasgow)
Website

2020

All events were postponed due to Covid-19

2019

The Recent Decline in Real Interest Rates: Causes and Consequence

  • Special Session, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2019
  • 15 April 2019, University of Warwick
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Structural VAR Models

  • MMF-sponsored workshop
  • 30-31 May 2019, Queen Mary, University of London
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Macroprudential policies, Inequality, and Financial Inclusion

Too Much or Too Little Credit? Which Should Make us Worry More?

  • MMF-sponsored workshop
  • Centre for Macroeconomic Policy at Durham University Business School