The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) hosted a conference
on “Spillovers of Unconventional Monetary Policy” on October 15. Experts from a wide range of official and private institutions shared their perspectives on the global spillovers of recent policies from the Federal Reserve and other major central banks.
The first panel, “Theory and Evidence of Spillovers,” included presentations by Steven Kamin, (Federal Reserve System); Prakash Loungani (IMF); and Michael Klein (Tufts University).
The second panel on “Policy Implications of Spillovers” featured analyses by Joseph E. Gagnon (PIIE) and Reuven Glick (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco). Tae Soo Kang (John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies), discussed their views from his perspective.
The conference concluded with a high-level panel featuring Olivier Blanchard (PIIE); Jose De Gregorio (University of Chile); and Guillermo Mondino (Citi).