Integrating financial stability and monetary policy analysis
Speaker: Øystein Olsen, Governor of Norges Bank
Discussant: Dr Sushil Wadhwani CBE, Wadhwani Asset Management LLP
Masterclass series: Risky Strategic Interactions and the Emergence of Stationary Network Dynamics
Tutors: Prof Frank Page (Indiana University) and Jieshuang He (Indiana University)
Bank Culture and Financial Reform: What Works?
Organiser: Daniel Beunza (Department of Management / SRC)
Research Frontiers in Law, Finance and Governance
Organisers: Eva Micheler (Department of Law/ LFMP/ SRC, LSE) and Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law School).
The Law, Finance and the Abyss - Public Lecture
Speakers: Julia Black (LSE), Jon Danielsson (SRC), Charles Goodhart (LSE) and Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law School)
Dialogue on creating an EU Capital Markets Union
A dialogue on the benefits of creating, as well as the steps which can be taken to deliver, a well-functioning European Capital Markets Union.
Masterclass series: Heavy Tails & Extreme Value Theory and Market Risk & Systemic Risk
Tutor: Prof Casper G. de Vries (Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam)
The Butterfly Defect - Public Lecture
Speaker: Prof Ian Goldin (Director, Oxford Martin School)
Discussant: Prof Danny Quah (Professor of Economics and International Development, LSE)
Masterclass series: Risk Management Issues in Central Counterparty Clearing
Tutors: Priyanka Malhotra (Bank of England) and Pedro Gurrola (Bank of England).
Perspectives on Systemic Risk
Organisers: Jon Danielsson (SRC) and Eva Micheler (Department of Law, LSE)
The Outlook for Global Financial Stability - Public Lecture
Speaker: Dr José Viñals (IMF), Chair: Dr Jon Danielsson (SRC)
The changing face of financial intermediation and the second phase of global liquidity
Speaker: Hyun Song Shin (Monetary and Economic Department, BIS)
Economic Networks and Finance - Conference
Organisers: Kathy Yuan (LSE) and Christian Julliard (LSE)
Giving guidance on future monetary policy in a very uncertain world - Public Lecture
Speaker: Professor David Miles (Bank of England)