Debt – Economic, Political and Moral Consequences

37th Symposium

24. Jun 2015

Gastgeber

Deutsche Bundesbank, Frankfurt/M.; Goethe University/Research Center SAFE, Frankfurt/M.

Zur Veranstaltung

Conference in honor of Benjamin M. Friedman, first holder of the Endowed Chair of Financial History at Goethe University Frankfurt, organized by Institut für bankhistorische Forschung jointly with the Deutsche Bundesbank and Goethe University/Research Center SAFE

Programm

10:30
Welcome Addresses
Diana Rutzka-Hascher, Deutsche Bundesbank; Konstantin Mettenheimer, Edmond de Rothschild Group
10:45
Main Lecture Debt – Economic, Political and Moral Consequences
Charles Wyplosz, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
11:30
Panel 1: Too much debt: Inability or unwillingness to pay?
Günter Franke, University of Konstanz; Gerhard Illing, LMU Munich; Joachim Nagel, Deutsche Bundesbank; Lucas Papademos, University of Athens, Academy of Athens; Isabel Schnabel, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz; Chair: Reinhard H. Schmidt, Goethe University Frankfurt
13:00
Lunch
14:00
Panel 2: Over-indebtedness and societal consequences
Bernhard Emunds, St. Georgen Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology; Moritz Schularick, University of Bonn; Daniela Schwarzer, German Marshall Fund of the United States; Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, Austrian Institute of Economic Research; Chair: Bernd Rudolph, LMU Munich
15:30
Coffee Break
16:00
Panel 3: Debt pathologies – political and moral consequences
Vítor Constâncio, European Central Bank; Benjamin M. Friedman, Harvard University; Charles Goodhart, London School of Economics and Political Science; Otmar Issing, Center for Financial Studies; Friedrich von Metzler, Metzler Bank; Chair: Aurel Schubert, European Central Bank
17:30
Concluding Remarks
Hans-Helmut Kotz, Goethe University Frankfurt, Harvard University
17:45
Reception











Weitere Informationen

Slides "Debt – Economic, Political and Moral Consequences" (© Charles Wyplosz) (PDF, 233 KB)



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