Bank Credit Flows and Eurozone Stability: Theory, Evidence and Policy Implications
Friday 20 May 2011, Institute of Bankers, 1 North Wall Quay, IFSC, Dublin 1
Angela Maddaloni (European Central Bank)
Kieran McQuinn (Central Bank of Ireland)
Bernd Schwaab (European Central Bank)
Brian O'Kelly (Dublin City University)
This conference is organised by FMC2 and funded by Science Foundation Ireland under its Strategic Research Cluster programme. The venue is generously provided by the Institute of Bankers.
This event is free and open to academics, regulators, industry participants, postdocs and PhD students. To book a place please complete this registration form.
This event will take place at the Institute of Bankers at the IFSC in central Dublin. For directions on how to get to the IFSC please visit this website.
Registration will take place from 3.30 - 4pm on Friday 20 May in the foyer at the Institute of Bankers.
Angela Maddaloni (European Central Bank) Trusting the bankers: A new look at the credit channel of monetary policy
Kieran McQuinn (Central Bank of Ireland) Exploring the steady-state relationship between credit and GDP for a small open economy - the case of Ireland
||Brian O'Kelly (Dublin CIty University) Reflections on the bank credit model during the bubble period
Link to presentation
||Panel discussion with all four speakers. To submit a question for the panel click here.