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Towards a Sustainable Financial System

SRC and CPNSS public lecture

Date: Friday 21 March 2014
Time: 4.30-7.15pm 
Venue:  Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers: Richard Fisher, Haruhiko Kuroda

This session of the conference will include seperate events with Richard W. Fisher and Haruhiko Kuroda. From 4.30-5.45pm Haruhiko Kuroda will speak about Towards a more balanced growth model: the case of Japan. From 5.45-7pm Richard Fisher will be in A conversation on US monetary policy: Forward Guidance- Fad or the Future of Monetary Policy?

Richard W. Fisher assumed the office of president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas on April 4, 2005. In this role, Fisher serves as a member of the Federal Open Market Committee, the Federal Reserve's principal monetary policymaking group.

Haruhiko Kuroda was appointed governor of the Bank of Japan in March 2013 after serving for eight years as president of the Asian Development Bank.

This event is part of an all-day conference at LSE on Friday the 21st March. Please find further information and the full programme at Towards a sustainable financial system.


A transcript of Haruhiko Kuroda's speech is available to download. Download How to Overcome Deflation (pdf).

Suggested hashtag for this event for Twitter users: #sustainablefinance

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