Wednesday 29 November 2017
18:00 – 20:30 GMT
Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street, London SE1 9NH

A major critique of post-financial crisis regulation is that it has failed to address deep-seated problems with the processes of money and credit creation and allocation in advanced economies. This event will propose alternatives to the current status quo, drawing on examples from the past, the present and also looking forward at the opportunities presented by the latest developments in digital technology.

The event is the culmination of research carried out over the past two years by researchers at Copenhagen Business School and the New Economics Foundation think tank as part of the project Monetary reform for the post-growth economy’ supported by the KR Foundation.

Agenda

6pm
Opening Remarks & introduction to Chair
Sara Mahmoud, Senior Economist, New Economics Foundation

6.05pm
Chair’s introductions
Tony Greenham, Director of Economy Enterprise and Manufacturing, RSA

6.10pm
Breaking the taboo: lessons from the past on monetary financing and fiscal-monetary policy cooperation
Josh Ryan-Collins, Senior Research Associate, Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose, UCL.

6.40pm
Digital central bank money and seigniorage
Ole Bjerg, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School

7.10pm
Response from Martin Wolf
Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Editor, Financial Times

7.30pm
Response from Victoria Chick
Victoria Chick, Emeritus Professor of Economics, UCL

7.45pm
Audience Q&A

8.15pm
Close with drinks & canapes

The event will be livestreamed here.

Registration required.