Polish version
INTRODUCTION CONFERENCE PROGRAMME SPEAKERS INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

Wednesday, 15 October 2008
8.30 - 9.00
Registration of participants
9.00 - 9.15
Welcome address: Sławomir Skrzypek
President of the National Bank of Poland
9.15 - 9.30
Introductory remarks: prof. Zbigniew Hockuba

   Common European Currency: Challenge to Poland
          prof. Zbigniew Hockuba
(PDF)

9.30 - 10.30
Session 1: Adopting the Euro: How and When?
Chair and introduction:
prof. Jerzy Osiatyński
Speakers: prof. Willem Buiter (London School of Economics), Susan Schadler

    New Theories of Optimal Currency Areas and their application to Poland`s adoption of the euro: the asymmetric-shocks-on-its-head and the lender-of-last-resort theories of optimal currency areas
          prof. Willem Buiter
(plik .pdf - 70 KB)


    Euro Adoption in Central Europe:A Case for Action and Priorities for Preparation
          Susan Schadler
(plik .pdf - 230 KB)

10.30 - 11.00
Coffee break
11.00 - 12.00
Session 2: OCA Criteria - How Relevant Are They Today?
Chair and introduction:
prof. Karol Lutkowski
Speakers: prof. Ronald McKinnon (Stanford University), prof. Andrew Rose (UC Berkeley)

   Optimum Currency Areas: Mundell 1 (1961)
 versus Mundell II (1973)

          prof. Ronald McKinnon (Stanford University)
(plik .pdf - 122 KB)


    EMU, Trade and Business Cycle Synchronization: What Do We Know and What Does it Mean for Poland?
          prof. Andrew Rose (UC Berkeley)
(plik .pdf - 87 KB)

12.00 - 13.30
Session 3: Managing the Risks on the Road to the Euro
Chair and introduction:
prof. Stanisław Gomułka
Speakers: prof. Barry Eichengreen (UC Berkeley), dr. Peter Backé (OeNB), dr. Christoph Rosenberg (IMF)

    Is Poland at Risk of a Boom-and-Bust Cycle in the Run-Up to Euro Adoption?
          prof. Barry Eichengreen (UC Berkeley)
(plik .pdf - 80 KB)


    Credit Growth and Financial Deepening: Implications for Euro Adoption?
          dr. Peter Backé (OeNB)
(plik .pdf - 470 KB)


    "Common Currency and its Future: Lessons for the New Member States"
          Christoph Rosenberg (IMF)
(plik .pdf - 198 KB)

13.30 - 14.30
Lunch
14.30 - 15.30
Session 4: Euro @10
Chair and introduction:
prof. Witold Orłowski
Speakers: Mr. Massimo Suardi (European Commission), prof. Jeffrey Frankel (Harvard University)

    EMU@10 and beyond: on the way to an enlarged euro area
          Mr. Massimo Suardi (European Commission)
(plik .pdf - 208 KB)


    The Euro Might Overtake the Dollar as Leading International Currency by 2020
          prof. Jeffrey Frankel (Harvard University)
(plik .pdf - 566 KB)

15.30 - 15.45
Coffee break
15.45 - 17.00
Session 5: The challenges of EMU Enlargement from the perspective of the NMSs
Chair and introduction:
prof. Aleksander Welfe
Speakers: Mr. Märten Ross (Eesti Pank), prof. László Halpern (Hungarian Academy of Sciences), prof. Vladimir Lavrač (Institute for Economic Research)
17.00 - 17.15
Coffee break
17.15 - 18.15
Session 6: Quo Vadis Euro Area?
Chair and introduction:
dr. Krzysztof Rybiński
Speakers: prof. Paul de Grauwe (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), prof. Jakob de Haan (University of Groningen)

    Some Thoughts on Monetary and Political Union
          prof. Paul de Grauwe (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)

          (plik .pdf - 121 KB)


    The impact of EMU on business cycle synchronization and labour market reform
          prof. Jakob de Haan (University of Groningen)

          (plik .pdf - 213 KB)

18.15 - 18.45
Concluding remarks: dr. Cezary Wójcik

    Common Currency and its Future: Lessons for the New Member States
          dr. Cezary Wójcik
(plik .pdf - 128 KB)

18.45
Final remarks: Prof. Witold Koziński
20.00
Dinner

Stopy procentowe

Referencyjna 1,50
Lombardowa 2,50
Depozytowa 0,50
Redyskonto weksli 1,75

Kursy średnie

Tabela z dnia 2016-05-25
1 EUR4,4238
1 USD3,9684
1 CHF4,0000
1 GBP5,8139
100 JPY3,6004

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