Recap from the Annual IMF Research Conference

Nov. 20, 2015

From the IMF website:  "Although many countries have adopted unconventional monetary policies since the global financial crisis, the effects of those policies continue to be a matter of debate—all the more so as some central banks, having exhausted their conventional ammunition and with little support from fiscal policy, seem ready to push unconventional measures even further.

The Sixteenth Jacques Polak Annual Research Conference—hosted by the IMF at its Washington, D.C., headquarters on November 5 and 6—gathered some of the best researchers in the field to discuss the lessons and the future of unconventional monetary policies."

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