Current Announcements

Eric Rosengren speech at JMCB Amsterdam conference

Keynote speech on regulating money market funds

Eric Rosengren, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, presented the keynote speech at a JMCB conference in Amsterdam on June 28-29, 2012.  The conference was co-sponsored with the Dutch Central Bank, the European Banking Center at Tilburg University, and the University of Kansas School of Business.  The speech was titled “Our Financial Structures—Are They Prepared for Financial Instability?”  An expanded version of Mr. Rosengren’s analysis will appear in a special issue of the JMCB on “Post-Crisis Banking” in February 2014.

Mr. Rosengren’s forthcoming article [pdf]

2013 JMCB Lecture

Professor John H. Cochrane of University of Chicago will present the 2013 JMCB Lecture at the Interfaith Prayer and Reflection Room, Ohio Union, the Ohio State University, on April 16, Tuesday, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM. The lecture is titled, “The Role of Monetary Policy, Considered”. The lecture is open to the public. The JMCB expects to publish the lecture in the near future.

Download the announcement [pdf] and a biography [pdf] of John H. Cochrane.

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2011 JMCB Lecture

John B. Taylor will present the 2011 JMCB Lecture at Wexner Theater, the Ohio State University, on September 21, Wednesday, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM. The lecture is titled .The Financial Crisis and Macroeconomic Policy: Four Years On.. The lecture is open to the public. The JMCB expects to publish the lecture in the near future.

Announcement and a biography of John B. Taylor [pdf]

As of JULY 1, 2011 the submission fees are changing:

$150 for subscribers
$200 for non-subscribers

Also, as of July 1, 2011, summarily rejected submissions may be charged a desk rejection fee. Depending on the time spent on the manuscript, we may not refund the submission fee fully.

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