Oxford, United Kingdom

Monetary Economics and International Finance

when 6 September 2021 - 10 September 2021
language English
duration 1 week
fee GBP 950

The Monetary Economics and International Finance summer school will run as two parallel but complimentary modules:

Monetary Economics (Morning Session)
International Finance (Afternoon Session)
Participants can consider taking one or both modules. Each course will run for 3 hours each day, including 2 hours of lecture style teaching followed by 1 hour of interactive sessions. Lunch and evening activities are open to all participants.

We are aiming to deliver the programme in person in Oxford but we are keeping a close on eye on the Covid situation and will update applicants as needed.

Course leader

Michael McMahon, Federica Romei, Andrea Ferrero, Sergio de Ferra

Target group

The course is aimed at those currently completing a DPhil or PhD and Central-bank employees.

Course aim

The Monetary Transmission Mechanism
The New Keynesian Model
Financial Frictions
Central bank Design
Central Bank Communication

Evidence on the Dilemma vs. Trilemma debate
A model for the international transmission of financial shocks
How should policy deal with international financial shocks?
The Euro Area: current account imbalances, the debt crisis, and monetary policy
Capital flows and inequality

Fee info

GBP 950: Students - one course

For both courses, students are eligible for a discounted rate of £1,500
GBP 1500: Professionals - one course

For both courses, professionals will be eligible for a discounted rate of £2,500