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Kaplan’s broader view of central banking, A five-point plan for sustainable recovery

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Kaplan’s broader view of central banking, A five-point plan for sustainable recover

Wednesday 26 August 2020    –    Vol.11  Ed.35.3

Commentary: Dallas Fed’s balance

By David Marsh in Berlin

Today’s central banker arguably has to be a renaissance man or woman. In many parts of the world, central banks in their policy approaches are looking at a wider batch of societal considerations beyond purely economic aspects. Robert Kaplan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, discusses the pandemic, educational research, trade and investment links with China, and the outlook for the dollar and US economy.

Read the full commentary and watch the recording on the website.

Meeting: Planning a sustainable recovery

Thursday 27 August, 16:00-17:15 SGT

The global economy was experiencing slower growth even before it came to a halt as a result of the pandemic. Public policies were implemented to cushion the economic impact of the crisis, but are likely to trigger future problems. William White, former chairman of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development review committee, and Prakash Kannan, chief economist at GIC, discuss the importance of monetary and fiscal policies for a sustainable recovery.

Request to attend the meeting.

 

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