Education

2009

 

A Day at the Fed: A Monetary Policy Event of Economic Proportions

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Wed., March 4, 2009
9:15 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.

Richmond Office, Richmond, Va.

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Overview

A Day at the Fed is designed to provide students who are majoring in economics an opportunity to learn about monetary policy and work in a Fed research department. We are extending invitations to 10 undergraduate economics majors and a faculty member from each area university to visit with us and participate in discussions with our research economists on current issues related to monetary policy. There is no charge to attend and lunch is included.

 

Audience

Undergraduate economics majors and their professors

Agenda

 

Resources/Presentations

Slideshow - Photos

An Update on Economic Conditions

An Overview of New Facilities

How Does Monetary Policy Work When Interest Rates are Zero?

Regional Economic Update

Could the Fed Have Seen the Financial Turmoil Coming and Taken Steps to Head It Off?

What Have we Learned about Housing Finance?

Banks' Use of Off Balance Sheet Facilities, Structured Finance

Changes in Financial Regulation Post-Financial Turmoil

 

Registration

Deadline: February 25, 2009

Registration has closed. Thank you for your interest.

Contact Us

Richmond

The Fed Experience
(804) 697-8110