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  • Introduction / Martin Neil and John B. Taylor
  • Part I. Causes and Effects of the Financial Crisis
  • Chapter 1. How efforts to avoid past mistakes created new ones : some lessons from the causes and consequences of the recent financial crisis / Sheila C. Bair and Ricardo R. Delfin
  • Chapter 2. Low equilibrium, real rates, financial crisis, and secular stagnation / Lawrence H. Summers
  • Chapter 3. Causes of the financial crisis and the slow recovery : a ten-year perspective / John B. Taylor
  • Chapter 4. Rethinking macro: reassessing micro-foundations / Kevin M. Warsh
  • Part II. The Federal Reserve's Role
  • Chapter 5. The Federal Reserve policy, before, during, and after the fall / Alan S. Blinder
  • Chapter 6. The Federal Reserve's role : actions before, during, and after the 2008 Panic in the historical context of the Great Contraction / Michael D. Bordo
  • Chapter 7. Mistakes made and lessons (being) learned : implications for the Fed's mandate / Peter R. Fisher
  • Chapter 8. A slow recovery with low inflation / Allan H. Meltzer
  • Part III. Is Too Big to Fail Over? Are We Ready for the Next Crisis?
  • Chapter 9. How is the system safer? What more is needed? / Martin Neil Baily and Douglas J. Elliott
  • Chapter 10. Toward a run-free financial system / John H. Cochrane
  • Chapter 11. Financial market infrastructure : too important to fail / Darrell Duffie
  • Chapter 12. "Too Big to Fail" from an economic perspective / Steve Strongin
  • Part IV. Bankruptcy, Bailout, Resolution
  • Chapter 13. Framing the TBTF problem : the path to a solution / Randall D. Guynn
  • Chapter 14. Designing a better bankruptcy resolution / Kenneth E. Scott
  • Chapter 15. Single point of entry and the bankruptcy alternative / David A. Skeel, Jr.
  • Chapter 16. We need Chapter 14
  • and we need Title II / Michael S. Helfer
  • Remarks on key issues facing financial institutions / Paul Saltzman
  • Concluding remarks / George P. Schultz
  • Summary of the commentary / Simon Hilpert.
  • Introduction / Martin Neil and John B. Taylor
  • Part I. Causes and Effects of the Financial Crisis
  • Chapter 1. How efforts to avoid past mistakes created new ones : some lessons from the causes and consequences of the recent financial crisis / Sheila C. Bair and Ricardo R. Delfin
  • Chapter 2. Low equilibrium, real rates, financial crisis, and secular stagnation / Lawrence H. Summers
  • Chapter 3. Causes of the financial crisis and the slow recovery : a ten-year perspective / John B. Taylor
  • Chapter 4. Rethinking macro: reassessing micro-foundations / Kevin M. Warsh
  • Part II. The Federal Reserve's Role
  • Chapter 5. The Federal Reserve policy, before, during, and after the fall / Alan S. Blinder
  • Chapter 6. The Federal Reserve's role : actions before, during, and after the 2008 Panic in the historical context of the Great Contraction / Michael D. Bordo
  • Chapter 7. Mistakes made and lessons (being) learned : implications for the Fed's mandate / Peter R. Fisher
  • Chapter 8. A slow recovery with low inflation / Allan H. Meltzer
  • Part III. Is Too Big to Fail Over? Are We Ready for the Next Crisis?
  • Chapter 9. How is the system safer? What more is needed? / Martin Neil Baily and Douglas J. Elliott
  • Chapter 10. Toward a run-free financial system / John H. Cochrane
  • Chapter 11. Financial market infrastructure : too important to fail / Darrell Duffie
  • Chapter 12. "Too Big to Fail" from an economic perspective / Steve Strongin
  • Part IV. Bankruptcy, Bailout, Resolution
  • Chapter 13. Framing the TBTF problem : the path to a solution / Randall D. Guynn
  • Chapter 14. Designing a better bankruptcy resolution / Kenneth E. Scott
  • Chapter 15. Single point of entry and the bankruptcy alternative / David A. Skeel, Jr.
  • Chapter 16. We need Chapter 14
  • and we need Title II / Michael S. Helfer
  • Remarks on key issues facing financial institutions / Paul Saltzman
  • Concluding remarks / George P. Schultz
  • Summary of the commentary / Simon Hilpert.
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This study contributes to the theory and practice of how chemical weapons programmers and activity can be evaluated in the context of the international prohibition against their development, production, stockpiling, transfer and use as reflected in the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention. It presents an application of a hybrid and qualitative variation of Heuer's Analysis of Competing Hypothesis (ARC) directed towards arms control verification and intelligence practice using three case studies: the Soviet Union, Iraq, and suspected at al-Qaeda affiliates. This study is comprehensive and multidisciplinary in approach, rather than reductionist. It draws on a very large array of data as they rate to the technical, military and politico-strategic characteristics of chemical warfare, linking a large number of historical detail with conceptual insight into the nature of chemical warfare and chemical weapons arms control.
This study contributes to the theory and practice of how chemical weapons programmers and activity can be evaluated in the context of the international prohibition against their development, production, stockpiling, transfer and use as reflected in the 1993 Chemical Weapons Convention. It presents an application of a hybrid and qualitative variation of Heuer's Analysis of Competing Hypothesis (ARC) directed towards arms control verification and intelligence practice using three case studies: the Soviet Union, Iraq, and suspected at al-Qaeda affiliates. This study is comprehensive and multidisciplinary in approach, rather than reductionist. It draws on a very large array of data as they rate to the technical, military and politico-strategic characteristics of chemical warfare, linking a large number of historical detail with conceptual insight into the nature of chemical warfare and chemical weapons arms control.
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  • Presidential address / by Sara Adler
  • Distinguished speaker address: A tribute to the guardians of workplace justice / by Elizabeth Mac Pherson ; introduction by Daniel J. Nielsen
  • Keynote address: Labour arbitrators and the courts : an evolving relationship / by Beverley McLachlin
  • Are you ever off duty? / Steve Lamb, Ian Robb, and Les Wallace, Andrew C.L. Sims (moderartor)
  • Labour peace is in the mail / Denis Lemelin and Mark MacDonnell, Kenneth Paul Swan (moderator)
  • Thunder in the northern skies / Mike Ambler, John Beveridge, and Elizabeth MacPherson, Vincent L. Ready (moderator)
  • The Canadian railroad trilogy / by William Brehl and Doug Fisher
  • Hock-ey! Hock-ey! Hock-ey! / Jeff Angus, Brian Burke, Michael Elliot, Peter Gall, and Bruce Laughton, Elizabeth Neumeier and Chris Sullivan (moederators)
  • Tick, tick, tick ... the pension bomb. Defined benefit pension plans in the United States : arbitration in a time of reckoning / by Mark I. Lurie ; Panel discussion / Norman Brand, Ira F. Jaffe, Catherine Harris, John E. Sands, and Mark L. Irvings, Mark I. Lurie (moderator)
  • Public service without public servants / Tracey Thompson and Todd Lyon, Howell L. Lankford (moderator)
  • Piloting through the merger. Seniority integration issues in airline mergers / by Mark Johnson ; Panel discussion / Mary Johnson, Bruce York, and Jeff Wall, Barry E. Simon (moderator)
  • A report card for educational collective bargaining / Sara Slinn, Hugh Finlayson, and Earl Manners, James E. Dorsey (moderator)
  • Why don't we take five minutes? Med-Arb after 40 : more viable than ever / by John Kagel ; Panel discussion / Christpher James Albertyn, John Kagel, and Kathy Peters, Jack Clarke (moderator)
  • You want a piece of Pyett with that? the adjudication of statutory claims : the Canadian experience / by Randi H. Abramsky ; The forum for litigation of statutory emplyment claims after Pyett : a new approach from management and labor / by Terry Meginniss and Pual Salvatore ; Panel discussion / Ranki Hammer Abramsky, Jacquelin F. Drucker, Lary Engelstein, Michel G. Picher, and Paul Salvatore, Sharon Henderson Ellis (moderator)
  • Can U.S. public sector collective bargaining survive the Tea Party? / by Richard W. Hurd and Tamara L. Lee
  • Making allowances. Accommodating mental illness and addictions at work : balancing safety, human rights, performance, and best medical care / by Ray Baker ; Panel discussion / Ray Baker, John Steeves, and Susan L. Stewart, Stan Lanyon (moderator)
  • Getting it right and getting it done : evidence and procedure rulings / Louisa M. Davie, Thomas A.B. Jolliffe, Andree Y. McKissick, and Luella E. Nelson, Mei L. Bickner (moderator)
  • Doing well by doing good / Edward B. Krinsky and Gordon Luborsky, Kathleen Miller (moderator)
  • Invited paper: Revisiting the elements of just cause : an analysis of survey responses for the case of the missing money / by Rachel Winograd and Barry Winograd
  • Invited paper: Mobbing and bullying in the workplace / by Barbara Byrd, Deborah Mailander, and Helen Moss
  • Fireside chat / with Pamela Picher and Michel Picher.
  • Presidential address / by Sara Adler
  • Distinguished speaker address: A tribute to the guardians of workplace justice / by Elizabeth Mac Pherson ; introduction by Daniel J. Nielsen
  • Keynote address: Labour arbitrators and the courts : an evolving relationship / by Beverley McLachlin
  • Are you ever off duty? / Steve Lamb, Ian Robb, and Les Wallace, Andrew C.L. Sims (moderartor)
  • Labour peace is in the mail / Denis Lemelin and Mark MacDonnell, Kenneth Paul Swan (moderator)
  • Thunder in the northern skies / Mike Ambler, John Beveridge, and Elizabeth MacPherson, Vincent L. Ready (moderator)
  • The Canadian railroad trilogy / by William Brehl and Doug Fisher
  • Hock-ey! Hock-ey! Hock-ey! / Jeff Angus, Brian Burke, Michael Elliot, Peter Gall, and Bruce Laughton, Elizabeth Neumeier and Chris Sullivan (moederators)
  • Tick, tick, tick ... the pension bomb. Defined benefit pension plans in the United States : arbitration in a time of reckoning / by Mark I. Lurie ; Panel discussion / Norman Brand, Ira F. Jaffe, Catherine Harris, John E. Sands, and Mark L. Irvings, Mark I. Lurie (moderator)
  • Public service without public servants / Tracey Thompson and Todd Lyon, Howell L. Lankford (moderator)
  • Piloting through the merger. Seniority integration issues in airline mergers / by Mark Johnson ; Panel discussion / Mary Johnson, Bruce York, and Jeff Wall, Barry E. Simon (moderator)
  • A report card for educational collective bargaining / Sara Slinn, Hugh Finlayson, and Earl Manners, James E. Dorsey (moderator)
  • Why don't we take five minutes? Med-Arb after 40 : more viable than ever / by John Kagel ; Panel discussion / Christpher James Albertyn, John Kagel, and Kathy Peters, Jack Clarke (moderator)
  • You want a piece of Pyett with that? the adjudication of statutory claims : the Canadian experience / by Randi H. Abramsky ; The forum for litigation of statutory emplyment claims after Pyett : a new approach from management and labor / by Terry Meginniss and Pual Salvatore ; Panel discussion / Ranki Hammer Abramsky, Jacquelin F. Drucker, Lary Engelstein, Michel G. Picher, and Paul Salvatore, Sharon Henderson Ellis (moderator)
  • Can U.S. public sector collective bargaining survive the Tea Party? / by Richard W. Hurd and Tamara L. Lee
  • Making allowances. Accommodating mental illness and addictions at work : balancing safety, human rights, performance, and best medical care / by Ray Baker ; Panel discussion / Ray Baker, John Steeves, and Susan L. Stewart, Stan Lanyon (moderator)
  • Getting it right and getting it done : evidence and procedure rulings / Louisa M. Davie, Thomas A.B. Jolliffe, Andree Y. McKissick, and Luella E. Nelson, Mei L. Bickner (moderator)
  • Doing well by doing good / Edward B. Krinsky and Gordon Luborsky, Kathleen Miller (moderator)
  • Invited paper: Revisiting the elements of just cause : an analysis of survey responses for the case of the missing money / by Rachel Winograd and Barry Winograd
  • Invited paper: Mobbing and bullying in the workplace / by Barbara Byrd, Deborah Mailander, and Helen Moss
  • Fireside chat / with Pamela Picher and Michel Picher.
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351 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm.
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xi, 63 pages ; 18 cm.
Lee Smith analyzes the current US administration's stance on Syria, questioning whether it will build the foundations of a new Middle East or usher in an era of instability that will affect the entire world. The author contends that the many apparent shifts in the administration's Syria policy were part of a messaging campaign intended to camouflage President Obama's determination to stay out of the Syrian conflict. Smith concludes that the next White House will have to deal with the region that this one will hand off to it, containing more violence, betrayed allies, emboldened adversaries, and Iran almost on the verge of a nuclear breakout that will further destabilize a vital strategic region.
Lee Smith analyzes the current US administration's stance on Syria, questioning whether it will build the foundations of a new Middle East or usher in an era of instability that will affect the entire world. The author contends that the many apparent shifts in the administration's Syria policy were part of a messaging campaign intended to camouflage President Obama's determination to stay out of the Syrian conflict. Smith concludes that the next White House will have to deal with the region that this one will hand off to it, containing more violence, betrayed allies, emboldened adversaries, and Iran almost on the verge of a nuclear breakout that will further destabilize a vital strategic region.
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xii, 191 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword / Victor Davis Hanson
  • Introduction: The Triumph of Democracy and the Antidemocratic Tradition
  • 1. The Monitory Failures of Athenian Democracy
  • 2. The Antidemocratic Tradition and the American Founding
  • 3. Democracy and Leviathan
  • Conclusion: Restoring Limited Government.
By democracy we usually mean a government comprising popular rule, individual human rights and freedom, and a free-market economy. Yet the flaws in traditional Athenian democracy can instruct us on the weaknesses of that first element of modern democracies shared with Athens: rule by all citizens equally. In Democracy's Dangers and Discontents, Bruce Thornton discusses those criticisms first aired by ancient critics of Athenian democracy, then traces the historical process by which the Republic of the founders has evolved into something similar to ancient democracy, and finally argues for the relevance of those critiques to contemporary US policy. He asserts that many of the problems we face today are the consequences of the increasing democratization of our government and that the flaws of democracy, being ultimately an expression of the flaws in human nature, are unlikely to be corrected. Yet, he says, the continuing vigour of the US Constitution and the American character give us hope that democracy's dangers and discontents do not have to end in soft despotism and that we can restore the limited government of the founders and recover American democracy's "aptitude and strength.".
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  • Foreword / Victor Davis Hanson
  • Introduction: The Triumph of Democracy and the Antidemocratic Tradition
  • 1. The Monitory Failures of Athenian Democracy
  • 2. The Antidemocratic Tradition and the American Founding
  • 3. Democracy and Leviathan
  • Conclusion: Restoring Limited Government.
By democracy we usually mean a government comprising popular rule, individual human rights and freedom, and a free-market economy. Yet the flaws in traditional Athenian democracy can instruct us on the weaknesses of that first element of modern democracies shared with Athens: rule by all citizens equally. In Democracy's Dangers and Discontents, Bruce Thornton discusses those criticisms first aired by ancient critics of Athenian democracy, then traces the historical process by which the Republic of the founders has evolved into something similar to ancient democracy, and finally argues for the relevance of those critiques to contemporary US policy. He asserts that many of the problems we face today are the consequences of the increasing democratization of our government and that the flaws of democracy, being ultimately an expression of the flaws in human nature, are unlikely to be corrected. Yet, he says, the continuing vigour of the US Constitution and the American character give us hope that democracy's dangers and discontents do not have to end in soft despotism and that we can restore the limited government of the founders and recover American democracy's "aptitude and strength.".
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  • Die Rolle der deutschen Christlichen Demokraten in transnationalen und europäischen Gremien
  • Deutsche Christliche Demokraten in der transnationalen Parteienkooperation : Konstitutionalisierung, Erweiterung und Programmatik / Wolfram Kaiser
  • Deutsche Christliche Demokraten im Europäischen Parlament / Thomas Jansen
  • Deutsche Christliche Demokraten in der Europäischen Kommission und ihr Wirken in politischen Netzwerken / Burkard Steppacher
  • Die Europapolitik christlich-demokratischer Bundeskanzler
  • Konrad Adenauer, Europa und die Westintegration der Bundesrepublik : Deutschland im Kontext von privaten und politischen Netzwerken / Michael Gehler, Hinnerk Meyer
  • Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Rainer Barzel und das europäische Projekt / Philipp Gassert
  • Helmut Kohl und der Europäische Rat / Hanns Jürgen Küsters
  • Helmut Kohl als europapolitischer Netzwerker: Seine Zusammenarbeit mit Franco̦is Mitterrand, Felipe Gonzalez und Jacques Chirac / Ulrich Lappenküper
  • Schwierige Verbündete : Margaret Thatcher, John Major und die Politik Helmut Kohls / Klaus Larres
  • Die Europapolitik Angela Merkels / Gerd Langguth
  • Innenpolitische Auseinandersetzungen über die Europapolitik der deutschen Christlichen Demokraten
  • Der Streit um die deutsche Europapolitik in den 1950er Jahren / Mathieu Segers
  • Der Streit um die deutsche Europapolitik in den 1960er Jahren / Tim Geiger
  • Die innenpolitischen Kontroversen über die Europapolitik in der Regierung Kohl / Stefan Fröhlich
  • Europapolitik als Kontroversthema zwischen Bund und Ländern / Rudolf Hrbek
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Personenregister
  • Mitarbeiter des Bandes.
  • Die Rolle der deutschen Christlichen Demokraten in transnationalen und europäischen Gremien
  • Deutsche Christliche Demokraten in der transnationalen Parteienkooperation : Konstitutionalisierung, Erweiterung und Programmatik / Wolfram Kaiser
  • Deutsche Christliche Demokraten im Europäischen Parlament / Thomas Jansen
  • Deutsche Christliche Demokraten in der Europäischen Kommission und ihr Wirken in politischen Netzwerken / Burkard Steppacher
  • Die Europapolitik christlich-demokratischer Bundeskanzler
  • Konrad Adenauer, Europa und die Westintegration der Bundesrepublik : Deutschland im Kontext von privaten und politischen Netzwerken / Michael Gehler, Hinnerk Meyer
  • Kurt Georg Kiesinger, Rainer Barzel und das europäische Projekt / Philipp Gassert
  • Helmut Kohl und der Europäische Rat / Hanns Jürgen Küsters
  • Helmut Kohl als europapolitischer Netzwerker: Seine Zusammenarbeit mit Franco̦is Mitterrand, Felipe Gonzalez und Jacques Chirac / Ulrich Lappenküper
  • Schwierige Verbündete : Margaret Thatcher, John Major und die Politik Helmut Kohls / Klaus Larres
  • Die Europapolitik Angela Merkels / Gerd Langguth
  • Innenpolitische Auseinandersetzungen über die Europapolitik der deutschen Christlichen Demokraten
  • Der Streit um die deutsche Europapolitik in den 1950er Jahren / Mathieu Segers
  • Der Streit um die deutsche Europapolitik in den 1960er Jahren / Tim Geiger
  • Die innenpolitischen Kontroversen über die Europapolitik in der Regierung Kohl / Stefan Fröhlich
  • Europapolitik als Kontroversthema zwischen Bund und Ländern / Rudolf Hrbek
  • Abkürzungsverzeichnis
  • Personenregister
  • Mitarbeiter des Bandes.
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12. Dnevnik Evromaĭdana [2014 - ]

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volumes : color illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
  • Kniga 1. Noi͡abrʹ-dekabrʹ 2013 g.
  • Книга 1. Ноябрь-декабрь 2013 г.
  • Kniga 1. Noi͡abrʹ-dekabrʹ 2013 g.
  • Книга 1. Ноябрь-декабрь 2013 г.
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277 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
  • Part 1. Windows on the River Neva
  • Part 2. Danish interlude
  • Part 3. Coming to America
  • Part 4. Reaching for broader horizons.
Paul Grabbe, member of an elite family in pre-Revolutionary Russia, escaped to Denmark. Later he emigrated to the United States and became a photographer.
  • Part 1. Windows on the River Neva
  • Part 2. Danish interlude
  • Part 3. Coming to America
  • Part 4. Reaching for broader horizons.
Paul Grabbe, member of an elite family in pre-Revolutionary Russia, escaped to Denmark. Later he emigrated to the United States and became a photographer.
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It is becoming increasingly obvious that the United States needs reliable and inexpensive energy to propel our economy and protect our national security interests. Game Changers presents five research and development efforts from American universities that offer a cheaper, cleaner, and more secure national energy system. Drawing from the efforts of the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) and other leading university research centers, the book describes some of the energy innovations that will transform our future: natural gas from shales, solar photovoltaics, grid-scale electricity storage, electric
It is becoming increasingly obvious that the United States needs reliable and inexpensive energy to propel our economy and protect our national security interests. Game Changers presents five research and development efforts from American universities that offer a cheaper, cleaner, and more secure national energy system. Drawing from the efforts of the MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) and other leading university research centers, the book describes some of the energy innovations that will transform our future: natural gas from shales, solar photovoltaics, grid-scale electricity storage, electric
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This memoir is an invaluable source about Hungary's fate in World War II. Ullein-Reviczky's work was based partly on the public and private documents he succeeded in saving throughout the war and his long years of exile in Turkey, Switzerland, France and Britain where he died. Written by a well-informed insider and a shrewd observer, this book remained essentially unknown in the English-speaking world. Antal Ullein-Reviczky's memoirs represent an important source of the history of Hungary from German war through Russian peace, giving a unique insight into the Hungarian tragedy".
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This memoir is an invaluable source about Hungary's fate in World War II. Ullein-Reviczky's work was based partly on the public and private documents he succeeded in saving throughout the war and his long years of exile in Turkey, Switzerland, France and Britain where he died. Written by a well-informed insider and a shrewd observer, this book remained essentially unknown in the English-speaking world. Antal Ullein-Reviczky's memoirs represent an important source of the history of Hungary from German war through Russian peace, giving a unique insight into the Hungarian tragedy".
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  • Foreword / Esther L. George
  • Introduction / Troy Davig
  • The routes into and out of the zero lower bound / Robert E. Hall
  • Commentary / Hyun song Shin
  • General discussion: The ins and outs of LSAPS / Arvind Krishnamurthy, Annette Vissing-Jorgensen
  • Commentary / Anil K. Kashyap
  • General discussion: Monetary policy options and tools / Agustin Carstens
  • The unconventional Chinese monetary policy in the global context / David Daokui Li
  • Convergence and divergence in government bond markets: implications for monetary policy / Frank R. Smets
  • General discussion
  • Luncheon address: The global calculus of unconventional monetary policies / Christine Lagarde
  • Luncheon discussion: Global liquidity: public and private
  • / Jean-Pierre Landau
  • Commentary / Claudio Borio
  • General discussion: Dilemma not trilemma: the global financial cycle and monetary policy independence / Hélène Rey
  • Commentary / Terrence J. Checki
  • General discussion: Global aspects of unconventional monetary policies / Charles R. Bean
  • Japan's unconventional monetary policy and initiatives toward ensuring stability of the global financial system / Haruhiko Kuroda
  • Global dimensions of unconventional monetary policy: an eme perspective / Luiz A. Pereira Da Silva
  • General discussion.
  • Foreword / Esther L. George
  • Introduction / Troy Davig
  • The routes into and out of the zero lower bound / Robert E. Hall
  • Commentary / Hyun song Shin
  • General discussion: The ins and outs of LSAPS / Arvind Krishnamurthy, Annette Vissing-Jorgensen
  • Commentary / Anil K. Kashyap
  • General discussion: Monetary policy options and tools / Agustin Carstens
  • The unconventional Chinese monetary policy in the global context / David Daokui Li
  • Convergence and divergence in government bond markets: implications for monetary policy / Frank R. Smets
  • General discussion
  • Luncheon address: The global calculus of unconventional monetary policies / Christine Lagarde
  • Luncheon discussion: Global liquidity: public and private
  • / Jean-Pierre Landau
  • Commentary / Claudio Borio
  • General discussion: Dilemma not trilemma: the global financial cycle and monetary policy independence / Hélène Rey
  • Commentary / Terrence J. Checki
  • General discussion: Global aspects of unconventional monetary policies / Charles R. Bean
  • Japan's unconventional monetary policy and initiatives toward ensuring stability of the global financial system / Haruhiko Kuroda
  • Global dimensions of unconventional monetary policy: an eme perspective / Luiz A. Pereira Da Silva
  • General discussion.
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