Speakers and Panelists at 2019 Economic Policy Symposium

From: Who Controls America?

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If one looks at the names of the directors of the Federal Reserve on the above article, numerous others also appear to have Jewish names as well.

Summary: Of the seven (7) Federal Reserve Board governors, four (4) are Jews. This is a numerical representation of 57%. Of the twelve (12) Federal Reserve District Bank presidents, four (4) are Jews. This is a numerical representation of 33%. Jews are approximately 2% of the U.S. population.* Therefore Jews are over-represented on the Federal Reserve Board of Governors by a factor of 28.5 times (2,850 percent), and over-represented among the Federal Reserve District Bank presidents by a factor of 16.5 times (1,650 percent).

Thursday, August 22, 2019
6 p.m.
Opening Reception and Dinner

Host: Esther L. George | Remarks
President and Chief Executive Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Friday, August 23, 2019
Chair: Janice C. Eberly
Professor, Northwestern University

Introduction: From:

8 a.m. Opening Remarks

Jerome H. Powell | Remarks
Chairman
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

8:30 a.m. Monetary Policy Divergence

Authors: Alan M. Taylor | Paper | Handout
Professor
University of California-Davis

Òscar Jordà | Paper | Handout
Vice President
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Discussant: Kristin J. Forbes | Remarks | Handout
Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

9:05 a.m. General Discussion

9:55 a.m. Monetary Policy Spillovers to Advanced and Emerging Market Economies

Author: Şebnem Kalemli-Özcan | Paper | Handout
Professor
University of Maryland

Discussant: Hélène Rey | Remarks
Professor
London Business School

10:30 a.m. General Discussion

10:55 a.m.
What Does It Mean to be a Data-Dependent Central Banker?

Author: Athanasios Orphanides | Paper | Handout
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Discussants:
Frank R. Smets | Remarks | Handout
Director General
European Central Bank

Valerie A. Ramey | Remarks
Professor, University of California, San Diego

11:45 a.m. General Discussion

1 p.m. Luncheon Address
Mark Carney | Remarks
Governor, Bank of England

2 p.m. Adjournment

Saturday, August 24, 2019
Chair: Ilan Goldfajn
Former Governor, Central Bank of Brazil

8 a.m.
Responding to Commodity Price Shocks in an Era of Financialization

Author: Silvana Tenreyro | Paper | Handout
Professor

London School of Economics and External Member, Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England

Discussant: Wei Xiong | Handout
Professor, Princeton University

8:35 a.m., General Discussion

9 a.m. Financial Markets

Authors: Arvind Krishnamurthy | Paper | Handout
Professor, Stanford University

Hanno Lustig | Paper | Handout
Professor, Stanford University

Discussant: Wenxin Du | Remarks | Handout

Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

10 a.m., General Discussion

10:25 a.m. Overview Panel

Panelists: Gita Gopinath | Handout
Chief Economist International Monetary Fund

Philip Lowe | Remarks
Governor Reserve Bank of Australia

Amir Yaron | Remarks | Handout
Governor Bank of Israel

11:25 a.m. General Discussion

2 p.m. Adjournment

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