November 16, 2011

29th Annual Monetary Conference

29th Monetary Conference: Welcoming Remarks and Keynote Address

Featuring Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), Chairman, House Financial Services Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy; James Grant, Editor, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer; Jeffrey M. Lacker, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Robert Zoellick, President, World Bank; Allan Meltzer, University Professor of Economics, Carnegie-Mellon University, and Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Hoover Institution; Judy Shelton, Author, Money Meltdown; Benn Steil, Director of International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations; John Allison, Former Chairman and CEO, BB&T, and Distinguished Professor of Practice, Wake Forest University.

November 18, 2010

28th Annual Monetary Conference

28th Annual Monetary Conference: Keynote Address

Featuring Charles Plosser, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia; Carmen M. Reinhart, Professor of Economics, University of Maryland; Jerry L. Jordan, Former President, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland; George S. Tavlas, Director-General, Bank of Greece; John B. Taylor, Professor of Economics, Stanford University; and Manuel Sánchez, Vice Governor, Banco de México.

June 24, 2009

Bringing Transparency to the Federal Reserve

Bringing Transparency to the Federal Reserve

Featuring Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX); with comments by Gilbert Schwartz, Partner, Schwartz & Ballen LLP, Former Associate General Counsel, Federal Reserve; and Bert Ely, President, Ely & Company, Inc. Moderated by Mark Calabria Director, Financial Regulation Studies, Cato Institute.

April 24, 2009

Shadow Open Market Committee

Featuring position papers from Michael Bordo, Rutgers University, “The Great Contraction 1929–1933: Are There Parallels to the Current Crisis?”; Charles Calomiris, Columbia University, “The Dos and Don’ts of Financial Regulatory Reform” and “TALF and PPIP: Will they Work to Unclog the Financial Plumbing?”; Marvin Goodfriend, Carnegie Mellon University, “We Need an Accord for Fed Credit Policy”; Mickey Levy, Bank of America, “What’s in Worse Shape, the Economy or Fiscal Policy?”; Bennett McCallum, Carnegie Mellon University, “China, the U.S. Dollar, and SDRs”; and Anna Schwartz, NBER, “Boundaries Between the Fed and the Treasury”; Moderated by Gregory Hess, Claremont McKenna College.

April 17, 2009

Can Government Be Trusted with the Money Supply?

Can Government Be Trusted with the Money Supply?

Featuring George Selgin, Author of Good Money; Steve H. Hanke, Professor of Applied Economics, Johns Hopkins University and Senior Fellow, Cato Institute; Richard W. Rahn, Chairman, Institute for Global Economic Growth and Senior Fellow, Cato Institute; moderator James A. Dorn, Director, Cato Annual Monetary Conference, and Editor, Cato Journal