Central Banks: Network Models for Financial Stability – Research and Practice Plenary Session @ FINEXUS Conference

Time and Venue: Fri, 19 Jan 2018, 14:00 – 15:00. Aula KOL-G-201, Univ. of Zurich
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Summary. While most central banks’ mandate is focused on price stability, a major legacy from the Great Recession has been that price stability requires to look at financial stability from a systemic point of view and this in turn requires to look at the financial system as a multi-level network. This session discusses how the lessons from financial network models are applied in the practice to financial stability and macroprudential policies and what challenges regulators have to address in terms of both data and concepts.

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Stefano Battiston (Professor, UZH)
Moderator
Christoffer Kok (Advisor, Directorate General Macroprudential Policy and Financial Stability, ECB)
Speaker
Tuomas Peltonen (Deputy Head, European Systemic Risk Board)
Speaker
Joseph Stiglitz (Professor, Columbia University)
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