A Summary of the Bank of Canada Conference on Fixed-Income Markets, 3-4 May 2006
Gregory Bauer () and
Scott Hendry ()
Bank of Canada Review, 2006, vol. 2006-2007, issue Winter, 27-36
The Bank of Canada's interest in fixed-income markets spans several of its functional areas of responsibility, including monetary policy, funds management, and financial system stability and efficiency. For that reason, the 2006 conference brought together top academics and central bankers from around the world to discuss leading-edge work in the field of fixed-income research. The papers and discussions cover such topics as the efficiency of fixed-income markets, price formation, the determinants of the yield curve, and volatility modelling. This article provides a short summary of each conference paper and the ensuing discussion.
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