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Panel Discussion: Monetary Policy at a Crossroads


The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas will host a policy panel exploring the current monetary policy crossroads on both sides of the Atlantic. The event, which brings together a diverse group of voices from the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, will take place Saturday, June 18, during the Society for Computational Economics’ 2022  Computing in Economics and Finance conference in Dallas. While the in-person event is by invitation only, the panel will be live-streamed.

The panel will explore how monetary policy has been tested by the pandemic, lessons learned by major central banks about monetary policy frameworks and how the postpandemic economy will shift and likely impact future monetary policy.


  • Saturday, June 18
    3:40–5:10 p.m.


  • Virtual




  • Donald Kohn
    Robert V. Roosa Chair in International Economics; Senior Fellow - Economic Studies, Brookings Institution
    Vice Chairman, Federal Reserve Board of Governors (2002–10)
    Financial Policy Committee, Bank of England (2011–21)
  • Olli Rehn
    Bank of Finland Governor and ECB Governing Council
  • Christopher J. Waller
    Federal Reserve Board of Governors


  • J. H. Cullum Clark
    Director, Bush Institute—SMU Economic Growth Initiative
    Adjunct Professor of Economics, Southern Methodist University