Conference on International Economics
Michael Sposi ()
Annual Report, Globalization and Monetary Policy Institute, 2016, 32-37
Globalization has led to increased integration across countries in goods markets and financial markets and has changed the environment in which policy operates. As a result, researchers in the various subfields have developed new methods to study and measure the consequences of globalization. To better understand these developments, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas? Globalization Institute and the University of Houston brought together researchers from academic institutions and the Federal Reserve System for a conference focusing on international trade and prices and on international finance and sovereign debt.
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