As the US economy enters what appears to be a historically long post crisis expansion, there are increasing signs of deceleration against the backdrop of a looming global recession.
The 28th Annual Minsky Conference on 17th April 2019 organised by the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College will highlight the possibility of increasing financial instability and the challenge of developing policies to meet the rising risk of recession.
Panicos will be joined by speakers from government regulatory bodies, the private sector, and academia will seek to shed light on conditions in the US and Europe, with special emphasis on the impact of the current administration’s policies with regards to a possible repeat of the 2008 financial crisis.
The highlights of the conference will be presentations by the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and the First Vice President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, while private sector analysts from hedge funds and policy think-tanks will assess the potential for current economic policies to confront the challenge of prolonging the recovery.
Particular emphasis will be given to the analysis of the increasing stock of private corporate debt and rising house prices, which in both the US and Europe have reached levels similar to or higher than those seen before the Great Recession.
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of Minsky’s birth. We invite you to join the discussion of the analytical framework he developed in the investigation of these issues.
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