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Affiliations and Activities
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Recent/upcoming activities: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Jackson Hole symposium on “Fostering a Dynamic Global Economy,” August 24-26, 2017; IMF-IBRN Joint Conference "The Transmission of Macroprudential and Monetary Policies Across Borders,” April 19, 2017, Washington, D.C.; UW Department of Political Science conference “Europe in Crisis: The Future of EU and Transatlantic Relations,” April 7, 2017, Madison, WI; Istituto Affari Internazionale Conference “Major Challenges for Global Macroeconomic Stability: The Role of the G7,” Rome, 27-28 March 2017. Wim Duisenberg Fellow, European Central Bank (July-August 2016); IMF-Swiss National Bank High Level Conference “Towards a System of Multiple Reserve Currencies,” Zurich, May 10 2016; ACAES panel “Can the Chinese Renminbi Rule?” Allied Social Sciences Association meetings, San Francisco, January 4, 2016. Central-German Doctoral Program Economics, Leipzig University, Leipzig (December 2015); San Francisco Fed "Asia Economic Policy Conference," (November); Graduate Institute Geneva/Swiss "Exchange Rate Policy: Limits to Flexibility, Capital Controls and Reserve Management," Geneva (October); Center for Central Bank Studies/Bank of England (October); Bank of England (October 2015); UCSC-SCU "West Coast International Finance Workshop," (October); SNB-BIS-Dallas Fed-CEPR-JIMF conference "Inflation spillovers of conventional and unconventional monetary: the role of real and financial linkages," Zurich (July); Banque de France-Sciences Po workshop "Recent developments in exchange rates," Paris (June); ECB seminar, Frankfurt (May); Trinity College Dublin (October 2014); Keynote, University of Leipzig and University of Duisberg Essen conference “Exchange Rates, Monetary Policy and Financial Stability in Emerging Markets and Developing Countries,” Leipzig, October 13-14; Sixteenth NBER-CCER Conference on China and the World Economy, Beijing, June 25-28, 2014; Keynote speech, 2014 Columbia-Tsinghua Conference in International Economics “Capital Flows and International Financial System Reforms,” Beijing, scheduled June 23-25; Norges Bank conference “Of the Uses of Central Banks: Lessons from History,”, Oslo (June); Visiting Scholar, Bank of France (May).

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    UW Madison Menzie David Chinn - 20 March 2018