Venue
Scandic Kødbyen
Scandic Kødbyen, Skelbækgade 3A, 1717 København, Denmark

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Event Date Wed Sep 1 BST (about 2 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Wed Sep 1 4:00am - Wed Sep 1 1:00pm
Location Scandic Kødbyen
Skelbækgade 3A, 1717 København, Denmark
Region EMEA
Details

Interest rates are low in a historical perspective, even if rates have increased somewhat recently. But what will happen from here? Will rates remain low, because of continued savings pressures and expansionary monetary policies, or will rates increase because global demographics change and rates normalize? This one-day conference will present recent academic research and discuss implications of low interest rates for pension funds and fiscal policies. Focus will be on the long run, i.e. what might happen to rates over the coming decades. Presentations and panel talks will be given by international academics and practitioners.

Speakers

2021 Speakers

Torben M. Andersen
Professor, Aarhus University

Claus Brand
Head of Strategy Issues in the Directorate General Monetary Policy, ECB

Carsten Brogaard
Deputy Director General, Finanstilsynet

Carl-Johan Dalgaard
Danish macroeconomist, University of Copenhagen

Bart Diris
Policy Advisor, Dutch Central Bank (DNB)

Andrea Ferrero
Professor of Economics, University of Oxford

Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas
Professor of Management, University of California

Mads Kieler
Head of Department, Danish Ministry of Finance

Lars Rohde
Chairman, Board of Governors of Danmarks Nationalbank

Alan M. Taylor
Professor of Economics and Finance, University of California