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The Role of Monetary Policy Revisited

May 30, 2013: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Please join us as University of Chicago Booth School of Business Professor John Cochrane reexamines Milton Friedman's 1968 presidential address to the American Economic Association. In this famous speech on the role of monetary policy, Friedman argued, "There is always a temporary trade-off between inflation and unemployment; there is no permanent trade-off."

Starting from this perspective, Cochrane will reevaluate the role of monetary policy 45 years later. Is it effective? Can it fill all the roles people expect of it? How should monetary policy be conducted going forward?

Becker Friedman Institute

Where

Gleacher Center
Sixth Floor
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois

Driving Directions:

http://www.gleachercenter.com/about/directions-maps.aspx

Cost

No Charge

Registration

Register Online

Deadline: 5/23/2013

Program

4:30 PM-5:15 PM: Reception

5:15 PM-6:30 PM: Speaker and Q&A

Speaker Profiles

John Cochrane (Speaker)
AQR Capital Management Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
http://faculty.chicagobooth.edu/john.cochrane/

The AQR Capital Management distinguished service professor of finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Cochrane's scholarly work focuses on finance, monetary economics, macroeconomics, health insurance, time-series econometrics, and other topics. He is the author of Asset Pricing, a coauthor of The Squam Lake Report, a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, a senior fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, and an adjunct scholar of the CATO Institute. He blogs as The Grumpy Economist. Cochrane earned a bachelor's degree in physics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and PhD in economics at the University of California, Berkeley. He was a member of the University of Chicago Department of Economics before joining Chicago Booth.

Questions

Maria Bardo-Colon 

773.834.1898

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