Sciences Po / Banque de France Research Seminar
As part of Sciences Po's partnership with the Banque de France, we have created a special monthly seminar series: Banks and the Financial System: What Regulation?
The Sciences Po / Banque de France Research Seminars discuss issues on banking, financial systems and financial regulation. The objective is to confront the approaches and ideas of academics and practitioners.
Wednesday - 17:00 - 19:00
In order to attend, you should contact by email Maria OHLUND.
The Sciences Po / Banque de France Research Seminar series is organised by Vivien Levy-Garboua (BNP Paribas), Denis Beau (Sous-Gouverneur, Banque de France), Stéphane GUIBAUD (Professor at Sciences Po).
Upcoming Banque de France / Sciences Po Research Seminar
fall semester 2022
September 21st - Eric MONNET (PSE, EHESS)
The Future of Central Bank Governance
October 19th - Antoine MARTIN (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Making Sense of Digital Currencies
November 16th - Quentin VANDEWEYER (Chicago Booth School of Business)
Can Stablecoins Be Stable?
winter-spring semester 2022
January 18th - Patricia MOSSER (Columbia)
February 8th - Keyu JIN (LSE)
March 15th - Irène MONASTEROLO (EDHEC)
September 8th - Hyun Song SHIN (BIS)
Central Bank Digital Currency: Where Do We Stand?
October 6th - Jean-Charles ROCHET (UNIGE, TSE)
Banks and Public Debt
November 17th - Darrell DUFFIES (Stanford)
Do Credit Sensitive Loan-Rate Benchmarks Enhance Credit Provision?
December 1st - William COEN (Former Secretary General of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision)
Financial Sector Regulation: How Much Is Too Much?
February 9th - Kevin STIROH (Senior Advisor and Chair of the Supervision Climate Committee, Federal Reserve Board)
Microprudential Issues around the Financial Risks of Climate Change
March 16th - Zoltan POZSAR (Crédit Suisse)
From Quantitative Easening to Quantitative Tightening
April 20th - Robert OPHÈLE (Chairman of the French Financial Market Authority (AMF)
The Pros and Cons of the Carbon Quota Market in the EU
May 11th - Oliver WANG (NYU Stern)
A Credible Solution to the TBTF Conundrum
Fall Semester 2020
September 23rd - Olivier GARNIER (Banque de France)
The New Normal for Monetary Policy
October 14th - Jose Luis PEYDRO (Barcelona GSE, Imperial College London)
Monetary and Macroprudential Complementarities
November 25th - Claudia BUCH (Deutsche Bundesbank)
Financial Stability Implications of Fiscal Measures Taken During the Covid Crisis
December 16th - Martin OEHMKE (LSE)
Do socially responsible investors make a difference?
Winter-Spring Semester 2021
January 20th - Elena CARLETTI (Bocconi)
How much capital will firms need after Covid-19 ?
February 10th - Marianne VERDIER (University of Paris II)
Will digital currency competition drive banks out of payment services ?
March 3rd - Nicolas VERON (Bruegel, Peterson Institute for International Economics)
Zombie banks and zombie firms: what reality, what solutions ?
April 14th - Xavier RAGOT (Sciences Po)
Monetary and Fiscal Policy: A New Coordination ?
May 19th - Pierre MONNIN (Council on Economic Policies)
Central Banks and Climate Change: Implications for Monetary Policy
Fall Semester 2019
September 25th - Thierry TRESSEL (IMF)
Household Vulnerabilities and the Real Estate Market
October 16th - Ron ANDERSON (LSE)
Assessing China's Debt Overhang: Risks and Policy Responses
November 13th - Denis GROMB (HEC Paris)
Financial Restructuring and Bank Resolution
December 11th - Antoine MARTIN (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
What Happened to US Money Markets in Mid-September 2019?
Winter-Spring Semester 2020
January 22nd - Michel AGLIETTA (Emeritus Professor, University of Paris-Nanterre)
China's Finance and Renminbi's Internationalization : Is It Possible to Avoid a Currency War?
February 26th - Anthony SAUNDERS (NYU)
What's in the Spread? Bank vs Bonds
*POSTPONED* March 18th - Olivier GARNIER (Banque de France)