Venue: Tokyo, Japan
Organiser: Jon Danielsson, Systemic Risk Centre, LSE
The inaugural ‘Frontiers of financial research and future financial and economic challenges’ event, organised by the Systemic Risk Centre at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), brought together experts from the UK and Japan to discuss the latest research on investment strategies, key challenges for the financial industry and financial stability, and research on business cycles and monetary policy.
Sir Charles Bean, Professor of Economics at LSE and former Deputy Governor for Monetary Policy at the Bank of England, and Kikuo Iwata, Deputy Governor of Bank of Japan, delivered the keynote session on macroeconomic challenges facing Japan and Europe.
The final programme can be found here.
Sir Charles Bean - Macroeconomic challenges facing Europe
Jon Danielsson - Challenges for financial stability and systemic risk
Wouter Den Haan - Consequences of New Macroeconomic Insights for Economic Policy and Economic Performance in the Europe
Kazumasa Iwata - The Latest Research on Business Cyles and Monetary Policy and Implications for Macroeconomic Prospects of Europe
Kikuo Iwata - The Effects on Expected Real Interest Rates and Expected Rates of Inflation through QQE
Dong Lou - Crowded Trading
Katsuhiko Okada (with Stephane Cheung and Yukinobu Hamuro) - Detecting stock market seasonality: A period mining approach
Henry Overman - Future challenges for society and the financial industry: spatial disparities
Tsuyoshi Oyama - Global Regulatory Trend and Its Impacts on Financial System Stability
Other materials will be published on this page as soon as they are available.