35th Annual Monetary Conference
THE FUTURE OF MONETARY POLICY
Thursday, November 16, 2017
9:00AM — 6:15PM
Cato Institute, 1000 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.
After more than nine years of unconventional monetary policy, it’s time to question the Fed’s strategy and offer new ideas for the future of monetary policy. At Cato’s 35th Annual Monetary Conference, leading scholars, policymakers, and journalists will examine the case for a rules-based international monetary system, consider steps to normalize monetary policy, debate the future of currency, and explore China’s future in the global monetary system.
Please join our distinguished speakers on Thursday, November 16, to discuss these and related issues.
- Loretta Mester, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
- Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY), Chairman, House Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy and Trade
- John B. Taylor, Stanford University
- Charles I. Plosser, Former President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
- Kevin Warsh, Hoover Institution
- Eswar S. Prasad, Cornell University
- Judy Shelton, Director, Atlas Network Sound Money Project
- Martin Feldstein, Harvard University
- J. Houston McCullough, New York University
- Gunther Schnabl, Leipzig University
- Lawrence H. White, George Mason University
- William D. Lastrapes, University of Georgia
- David Dollar, Brookings Institution
Additional details — including the day’s schedule and registration information — will be posted in the very near future.