Day 1 practitioner conference
What do we know about uncertainty?
Financial Institutions and Uncertainty in a Geopolitical Context – Available Strategies
Discussion: Jens Henriksson (Swedbank) and Nicholas Bloom (Stanford University)
Managing Supply Chain Disruptions – a Global Perspective
Banks, Firms and Sanctions
The Macroeconomic Effects of Sanctions on Russia — (How) Can They Be Assessed?
Discussion: Steven Ongena (University of Zurich) and Torbjörn Becker (SITE)
International Transmission of US Monetary Policy: Policy Credibility and Balance Sheets
Some Issues in a Small Open Economy
Discussion: Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan (University of Maryland) and Stefan Ingves (former Riksbank)
Day 2 academic conference
Global Supply Chain Disruptions and Product Market Competition
Efficiency or resiliency? Corporate choice between financial and operational hedging
Financing Infrastructure in the Shadow of Expropriation
Economic Policy Uncertainty and Global Portfolio Allocations
Trade Uncertainty and U.S. Bank Lending
Do Geopolitical Risks Raise or Lower Inflation?
How did Russian banks respond to sanctions?
How does U.S. monetary policy influence decisions of foreign central banks?
How do we measure uncertainty?
Do geopolitical risks raise inflation?
The importance of hedging operational risk vs. financial risk
How does economic policy uncertainty impact global fund flows?
How do global supply chain disruptions impact firms?