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The Subprime-Crises and its Consequences for Economic Development in China and Western Countries

Monetary Policy Workshop

Berlin School of Economics and Law/ Institute for International Political Economy Berlin

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu, China

Supported by the German Central Bank Berlin Branch

 

Location: Berlin School of Economics and Law, Room 101

 

Friday, November 27. 2009

  • 8.30 – 9.00 Opening of the Workshop

    Prof. Dr. Michael Tolksdorf
    Vice-President of the Berlin School of Economics and Law

    Prof. Dr. Can Liu
    Vice-President of the Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

  • 9.00 – 10.20 Session I: Chair Albrecht Sommer

    Financial Crisis, Global Recession and Macroeconomic Policy Reactions – What Has Been Done and What is Required?
    Prof. Dr. Eckhard Hein
    Berlin School of Economics and Law

    Excess Liquidity and Asset Prices: China’s Perspective
    Prof. Dr. Yang Liu
    Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

  • 10.20 – 10.30 Coffee break

  • 10.30 – 11.50 Session II: Chair Hansjörg Herr

    What makes bad banks good banks? – A comparison of the Chinese and the German approach to bad banks
    Dr. Albrecht Sommer
    Deutsche Bundesbank Berlin

    The Myth of the 7.37 Trillion Loan: A Study of the Effectiveness of China`s Monetary Policy in the Financial Crisis
    Prof. Dr. Jingmei Zhao
    Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

  • 11.50 – 13.30 Lunch Break

  • 13.30 – 15.40 Session III: Jingmei Zhao

    The Limits to Finance-Led Capitalism in the US
    Prof. Dr. Trevor Evans
    Berlin School of Economics and Law

    The International Financial Crisis – Is the Anglo-Saxon Banking Model Drawing to an End?
    Prof. Dr. Xie Tao
    Southwestern University of Finance and Economics

    Bubble and Asset Markets and Stagnation in Japan – What Can We Learn?
    Hansjörg Herr
    Berlin School of Economics and Law

  • 15.40 – 16.00 Coffee and end of the workshop