Central banking – bank supervision and monetary policy - has undergone rapid change over the past dozen years. Quantitative easing, negative interest rates and other tools were created, yet we don’t really know what the long-term implications will be on the real economy and the financial markets.
Join Dr. Miroslav Singer, former governor of the Czech National Bank in conversation with Pavel Oliva, ’00, as Dr. Singer offers insight and perspective as someone who helped shape these policies during the Great Financial Crisis. Read Dr. Singer's bio
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