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Technological change is leading to a world where markets for goods, services, assets, and workers are all becoming truly global. Research can play an important role in informing how businesses, consumers, and policymakers respond. This year’s conference, hosted by the Becker Friedman Institute’s International Economics Initiative, brought together a small group of faculty working at the intersection of international finance and international macro finance to discuss early stage research in an informal setting.
Friday, November 30, 2018
Welcome Lunch: Gleacher Center, Room 420
Program Begins: Gleacher Center, Room 408
Monetary Policy Spillovers through Invoicing Currencies
Currency Choice in Contracts
An Equilibrium Model of the International Price System
Conference adjourns for the day
The Albert, 228 East Ontario St, Chicago, IL 60611