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Analysis and insight into trends
in money and banking, and their impact
on the world's leading economies

The roles of central banks ten years after the global financial crisis

Date: 30th July 2018 | 15.45-17.15

Venue: Prebend House, University of Buckingham

Dialogue between Professors Tim Congdon (IIMR and University of Buckingham) and Pedro Schwartz (UCJC and University of Buckingham)

Chaired by Juan Castaneda (IIMR and University of Buckingham)

Have central banks done too much in the crisis? What is the role of a central bank in a modern economy? Should the central bank provide extra lending to a bank in need of liquidity, and if so, how should it? Ten years after the outbreak of the crisis, should central banks go back to 'normal'? These are some of the key questions we will address in our discussion panel with two experts on the subject.