Venue
Virtual Event

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Event Date Tue Nov 9 EST (2 months ago)
Location Virtual Event
Region All
Details

Sessions will focus primarily on issues encountered by underrepresented groups in economics, finance, and central banks.2

We invite papers drawn from a variety of methods, perspectives, and disciplines and especially encourage submissions from groups traditionally less represented in economics and finance. We expect that most papers will be academic-style research. We are also open to studies from practitioners or involving other professions that draw on or shed light on the experience in the economics, finance, and central banking professions, or that highlight the effects of practical steps to increase diversity and inclusion.

Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to:
• How can the fields of economics, finance, and central banking better attract and retain members of underrepresented groups?
• What are the obstacles to greater diversity and inclusion in these fields? What steps can be taken to overcome them, including in light of the challenges and opportunities that have arisen during the pandemic?
• What role does diversity and inclusion play in policymaking at central banks?

Speakers

2021 Speakers

Jerome Powell
Chair, Federal Reserve Board

Césaire Meh
Bank of Canada

Francesco D'Acunto
Boston College

Andreas Fuster
University of Chicago

Michael Weber
University of Chicago

Randall Akee
University of California at Los Angeles

Paola Profeta
Bocconi University

Davide Romelli
Trinity College Dublin

Michael Ehrmann
European Central Bank

Gita Gopinath
Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund

Andrew Bailey
Governor, Bank of England

Roger Ferguson
Former Vice Chair, Federal Reserve Board

J. Nellie Liang
Undersecretary for Domestic Finance, U.S. Treasury

Isabel Schnabel
Board Member, European Central Bank

Julia Giese
Bank of England

Nobel Laureate Esther Duflo
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Chiara Scotti
Federal Reserve Board

Marlene Koffi
University of Toronto

Laura Hospido
Bank of Spain

Hans Sievertsen
University of Bristol

Sarah Smith
University of Bristol

Amanda Bayer
Swarthmore College

Ana Lamo
European Central Bank

Danula Gamage
Queen Mary University of London

Georgios Kavetsos
Queen Mary University of London

Sushanta Mallick
Queen Mary University of London

Almudena Sevilla
University College London

Trevon Logan
The Ohio State University

Raquel Fernández
New York University

Anna Stansbury
MIT

Robert Schultz
University of Michigan Ann Arbor

Lucia Foster
U.S. Census Bureau

Erika McEntarfer
U.S. Census Bureau

Danielle Sandler
U.S. Census Bureau

Mackenzie Alston
Florida State University

Sara Jacobson
Williams College

Leonora Risse
RMIT University

Danielle Wood
Grattan Institute

Duygu Yengin
University of Adelaide

Renee Adams
Oxford University

Jing Xu
University of Technology Sydney

Tiff Macklem
Governor, Bank of Canada