10 September 2021
Monetary Economics and International Finance
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.
Michael McMahon, Federica Romei, Andrea Ferrero, Sergio de Ferra
The course is aimed at those currently completing a DPhil or PhD and Central-bank employees.
The Monetary Transmission Mechanism
The New Keynesian Model
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
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