2021 Annual Meeting of the Central Bank Research Association (CEBRA)

07 Jul 2021 09:00 AM
09 Jul 2021 17:00 PM

The 2021 Annual Meeting of the Central Bank Research Association will take place virtually on 7-9 July 2021, at the MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy (GCFP) Massachusetts, U.S. The meeting is co-organized with the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE.


This year parallel sessions will feature 35 contributed sessions on a wide variety of policy-relevant topics. Panels will feature James Bullard (President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis), Olli Rehn (Governor, Bank of Finland), Ref Gürkaynak (Bilkent University), Carmen Reinhard (Worldbank), Paul Tucker (Harvard University), Bénédicte Nolens (BIS Innovation Hub), Henry Ohlsson (Riksbank), and Zeti Aziz (formerly Bank Negara Malaysia).

The meeting will commence the morning of Wednesday, July 7 with two high-level panels, a fireside talk with Ben Bernanke (former Chairman of the Federal Reserve), and the first round of parallel sessions. Another high-level panel will take place on the 8th, along with further parallel sessions and the CEBRA Annual Assembly. The 9th will round out the program with three parallel sessions and closing remarks.

Registration: MIT Golub Center for Finance and Policy (GCFP) is managing the registration for the event.

Attendance fees:
There are 3 tiers of fees for the Annual Meeting, depending on your status:
1. Free registration for staff affiliated with a CEBRA Sponsor or academic partner as well as for the researchers that submitted papers but haven't been accepted to present.
2. Registration fee of $10 USD for members of CEBRA.  Please note, that membership to CEBRA is currently free so we encourage colleagues to join CEBRA today to take advantage of this discounted rate.  
3. For all other attendees, the registration fee is USD $70. 

The Scientific Committee is chaired by Deborah Lucas (MIT), Loriana Pelizzon (Leibniz Institute SAFE), and Athanasios Orphanides (MIT).

Participation of the co-sponsoring institutions in this event does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation or favoring endorsement of the views, opinions, products or services of the Central Bank Research Association or any other co-sponsor or other person or entity by any of the co-sponsoring institutions. All views expressed during CEBRA's 2021 Annual Meeting are strictly those of the authors, discussants, and other participants and not those of CEBRA, the co-sponsoring institutions, or any other institutions.