34th Annual Monetary Conference

CENTRAL BANKS AND FINANCIAL TURMOIL


Thursday, November 17, 2016
9:00AM — 6:15PM

Cato Institute, 1000 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.

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The Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives invites you to join us at CATO’S 34TH ANNUAL MONETARY CONFERENCE. Leading experts will address the risks inherent in the unconventional monetary policies of the world’s leading central banks and the steps that need to be taken to restore long-run economic growth.

The lack of any monetary rule to guide policy decisions has created great uncertainty and increased financial volatility. Zero or negative interest rates and quantitative easing have created severe distortions in asset markets by increasing risk taking and politicizing credit allocation while failing to bring about robust economic growth. Attend Cato’s Annual Monetary Conference to find out why.

Please join our distinguished speakers on Thursday, November 17, to discuss these and related issues.

Featured Speakers

Thomas J. Sargent
Thomas J. Sargent
Nobel Laureate in Economics
Thomas M. Hoenig
Thomas M. Hoenig
Vice Chairman, FDIC
Hon. Phil Gramm
Hon. Phil Gramm
Former Chairman, Senate Banking Committee
H. Robert Heller
H. Robert Heller
Former Member, Federal
Reserve Board of Governors
James Grant
James Grant
Editor, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer
J. Christopher Giancarlo
J. Christopher Giancarlo
Commissioner, CFTC
Steve Hanke
Steve Hanke
Johns Hopkins University
Mark Spitznagel
Mark Spitznagel
President & CIO
Universa Investments, LP


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