“The role of the central bank is undoubtedly evolving….The time is ripe for innovations that will advance financial inclusion” So concludes the final research paper of the two-year Central Bank of the Future research project, conducted by the Ford...
The 2020 Central Bank of the Future Conference concludes with a discussion between Governor Patrick Njoroge of the Central Bank of Kenya and Christopher Calabia of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation about how central banks can encourage innov
Chris Brummer of Georgetown Law School takes a deep dive on CBDCs with former CFTC Commissioner Chris Giancarlo, economist Dr. Lisa Cook from Michigan State University, Morgan Ricks of Vanderbilt Law School, and Bejoy Das Gupta of eCurrency.
POLITICO’s Victoria Guida, Malavika Raghavan of Dvara Research, Jo Ann Barefoot of the Alliance for Innovative Regulation, and Douglas Arner of Hong Kong University discuss how wide the regulatory perimeter is or could be.
Kaitlin Asrow of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco leads a panel discussion with former CGAP Senior Financial Sector Consultant David Medine, Sopnendu Mohanty of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and iSPIRT’s Siddharth Shetty.
Futurist, engineer, and storyteller Dr. Claire Nelson of the Futures Forum kicks off the 2020 Central Bank of the Future Conference by urging central bankers to be systems thinkers, prioritizing moral metrics above all.
Kathryn Dominguez, professor at the University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy, moderates a panel of experts who have ideas on how central banks can do more to address inequality, including Julia Coronado from MacroPolicy Perspectives, Vi