Thursday, June 6, 2019
Columbia University, International Affairs Building, Room 1512
Márton Nagy, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Hungary
The talk at the School of International and Public Affairs, which was moderated by Patricia Mosser, focused on the global perspective on how central bank balance sheets in many countries have been changing in the last few years. He also accentuated the future of central banking and how the central bank’s balance sheet could be used for certain purposes, mainly in the creation of money.
ORGANIZERS AND SPONSORS
- Columbia University, Initiative on Central Banking and Financial Policy
- Columbia University, MPA in Economic Policy Management