It was a real pleasure to get to attend the conference (agenda here). Incredibly informative and stimulating — sometimes I think I know a lot about a subject, but conferences like this disabuse me of that notion.

I add links to ungated versions of the papers presented today, below:

Welcoming Remarks

Chair: Beth Anne Wilson (Federal Reserve Board)

Christopher J. Waller, Governor, Federal Reserve Board

Session 1: Global Investors Session 2: Geoeconomics and the U.S. dollar

Presenter: Linda Goldberg (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
DiscussantMenzie Chinn (University of Wisconsin Madison) 

Panel: Global Payment Systems and International Implications Session 3: Dealer risk Keynote Address

I’d seen one paper presented before (“…International Retrenchment”), but everything else was a revelation. Jansen’s paper documented how bond holdings — both American and Euro area — responded to dollar

Keep reading this article on Econbrowser Blog - James Hamilton & Menzie Chinn.

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