World Economic Outlook: Challenges for Central Banks in Emerging Economies
Tuesday, October 16 @ 3:30 PM | FIU MMC | SIPA 100
Lecture by Francesco Grigoli, International Monetary Fund
Join us for a special presentation by International Monetary Fund (IMF) Economist Francesco Grigoli for a discussion of the global financial situation and the role of central banks in emerging economies. He will be presenting the findings from two key chapters of IMF’s October 2018 World Economic Outlook: The ‘Global Outlook’ and the ‘Challenges for Central Banks in Emerging Economies as Global Financial Conditions Normalize.’
Francesco Grigoli is an economist in the World Economic Studies Division of the IMF’s Research Department. Previously, he worked in the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs and Western Hemisphere Departments and was a visiting scholar at Columbia University. His research focuses on real-time macroeconomic policy and its effectiveness, consumption and saving dynamics, expectations, uncertainty, income inequality and expenditure efficiency.
Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, please call 305-348-2316.