ICMB regularly organizes prestigious public lectures for the Geneva community.
These lectures are held at the Maison de la paix (Geneva Graduate Institute), 2A, chemin Eugène-Rigot, at 18:30.
Unless otherwise specified, the lectures are given in English.
The entrance is free, no registration needed
Next public lectures
Tuesday 5 December 2023
Beatrice Weder di Mauro
President of CEPR
Professor of International Economics, Geneva Graduate Institute
Still big to fail? Reform needs after
the demise of Credit Suisse
Tuesday 7 November 2023
Fiscal Affairs Department
The Future of Fiscal Policy
Last public lectures
Tuesday 4 April 2023
Executive Director for Monetary Analysis and Research
Bank of England
Inflation Persistence & Monetary Policy
Thursday 9 March 2023
Croatian National Bank
Introducing the €uro in Times of High Inflation: The Case of Croatia
Tuesday 29 November 2022
José Manuel Campa
European Banking Authority (EBA)
Current and future challenges for
the EU banking sector
(Presentation not available)
Tuesday 8 November 2022
National Bank of Belgium
Tuesday 5 April 2022
Bank For International
The Return of Inflation
Tuesday 29 March 2022
Swiss National Bank
Latest public lectures
- April 4, Huw Pill: Inflation Persistence & Monetary Policy
- March 9, Boris Vujčić: Introducing the €uro in Times of High Inflation: The Case of Croatia
- November 29, José Manuel Campa: Current and future challenges for
the EU banking sector (Presentation not available)
- November 8, Pierre Wunsch: germs_war_and_central_banks.pdf
- April 5, Agustín Carstens: the_return_of_inflation.pdf
- March 29, Fritz Zurbrügg: macroprudential_policy_beyond_the_pandemics.pdf
- March 3, Pablo Hernández de Cos: Challenges of population ageing from a Central Bank perspective
- December 10, Hyun Song Shin: The dollar exchange rate as a global risk factor
- November 26, Jean-Pierre Landau: The digitalization of money
- March 27, François Villeroy de Galhau: L'Europe face au défi de la croissance
- January 15, Ilan Goldfajn: Central Banking in Emerging Markets
- November 13, Yannis Stournaras: Lessons from the financial crisis and challenges for the Greek banking sector
- October 16, Fernando Restoy: Banking Union: What are the missing pieces?
- October 2, Pier Carlo Padoan: Fiscal adjustment and structural reforms. Italy's narrow path
- April 24, Philipp Hildebrand: The Future of European Integration: The Case for Banking Union
- March 20, Thomas Huertas: Beyond Basel: Can Financial Regulation Tackle Tomorrow’s Technology?
- February 20, Andreas Dombret: Now or later? Completing the European Banking Union
- December 12, Jean Pisani Ferry: France-Un premier bilan
- November 21, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi: Sovereign risk and the sustainability of the euro
- November 9, Jean-Claude Trichet: What Governance for the Eurozone ?
- May 11, Maurice Obstfeld: The Global Economy-Hopes and Fears
- March 28, Andréa M. Maechler: Central Bank Policy in Extraordinary Time
- February 28, Jaime Caruana: Have we passed "peak finance"?
- January 31, Paul Blustein: Laid Low Inside The Crisis That Overwhelmed Europe and the IMF
- November 8, Philip R. Lane: The Monetary Stance in Euro Area
- October 4, Claudia Buch: Regulatory Reform at the Crossroads
- April 26, Gikas Hardouvelis: Greek Crisis - Phase II
- March 15, Richard Baldwin: Global trade and growth after the Doha Round
- December 1, Hans-Joerg Rudloff: Financial Markets amid deteriorating world order
- November 21, Sir Jon Cunliffe: Making macro-prudential policy operational
- October 27, Avinash Persaud: Reinventing Financial Regulation
- September 21, Peter Praet: Current issues on economic policy
- April 21, Danièle Nouy: The Single Supervisory Mechanism - Benefits and Challenges
- February 25, Ksenia Yudaeva: Inflation targeting in Russia
- February 17, Athanasios Orphanides: The politics of the euro area crisis and the ECB
- December 2, Ignazio Visco: Challenges for monetary policy in the euro area
- November 6, Robert Aliber: The problem with international capital flows
- October 21, Fritz Zurbruegg: Long-time low interest rates - too much of a good thing?
- March 25, Klaus Regling: Is the Euro Crisis Over?
- March 11, Anne Héritier Lachat: La Globalisation de la réglementation et de la surveillance financières, son impact sur la Suisse
- February 25, Eswar Prasad: The Dollar Trap
- November 12, Stefan Ingves: Have lessons from previous bank crises been learned?
- October 9, Benoît Coeuré: The Economic Consequences of Low Interest Rates
- May 14, Axel Weber: Bank Regulations And The Future Of Banking
- April 16, Jean-Pierre Danthine: Credit - Is the sky the limit?
- March 20, Thomas F. Huertas: Banking union what will it mean for Europe
- February 12, Andreas Dombret: Financial Systemic Risk
- November 20, Donald Kohn: Unconventional Monetary Policies
- June 5, Vitor Gaspar: Portugal: Policies, achievments and challenges
- May 8, José Viñals: The Quest for Lasting Financial Stability
- March 27, José Manuel Campa: The Challenge to the EUROpean Economy
- February 20, Peter Praet: Monetary Policy In Times Of Crisis
- October 25, Charles Bean: Central Banking Then And Now
- May 17, Thomas Jordan: The «Too Big To Fail» Project In Switzerland
- March 15, Patrick Honohan: Risk And The Sovereign
- November 9, Mark Carney: Looking Back, Moving Forward: Canada And Global Financial Reform
- March 23, George Alogoskoufis: The Euro Area, After The Crisis: What To Do?
- November 24, Jean-Pierre Roth: La Crise Financière S’ Eloigne: Leçons Pour L’Action Future Des Banques Centrales
- October 7, Tony Tan: The Great Crisis And Its Aftermath - Implications For Asia
- April 28, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi: Conventional And Non-Conventional Monetary Policy
- March 24, Jean Lemierre: Emerging Markets: Eastern Europe And The Global Crisis
- March 10, Yu Yongding: China’s Response To The Global Crisis
- May 27, Doris Leuthard: What Does The Financial Sector Crisis Mean For Economic Policy?
- March 4, Marcel Ospel: New Players, New Challenges? Recent And Upcoming Trends In International Financial Markets
- December 18, Philipp Hildebrand: The Challenge Of Sovereign Wealth Funds
- June 19, Arminio Fraga: Monetary Policy Anomalies
- May 2, Jeffrey A. Frieden: Global Capitalism: It’s Fall And Rise In The Twentieth Century
- February 1, Shamshad Akhtar: Lessons From Pakistan’s Banking Sector Reforms
- January 23, Lawrence H. Summers: Reflections On The Management Of Growing Global Reserves
- May 9, Yaga Venugopal Reddy: Financial Sector Reforms In India
- November 22, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa: Central Banking In Retrospect
- November 8, Thomas Huertas: Dealing With Distress In Financial Conglomerates
- June 7, Axel Weber: European Financial Integration And Monetary Policy
- April 5, György Surànyi: Euro: Opportunity And Challenge For The Transition Economy
- March 23, Leszek Balcerowicz: Lessons Of Post-Communist Transition
- November 9, Joseph C.K. Yam: Asian Finance
- May 18, Anne O. Krueger: Wilful Ignorance: The Struggle To Convince The Free Trade Sceptics
- January 14, Ben S. Bernanke: Monetary Policy In A Low Interest Rate Environment
- November 15, Jean-Pierre Roth: Qu’Attendre De La Politique Monétaire?
- June 17, Lucas Papademos: Monetary Policy: Objectives And Strategy
- August 8, Anne O. Krueger: Why Do We Need A Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism?
- May 21, Michael Mussa: Argentina And The Fund: From Triumph To Tragedy
- April 6, Andrew Large: Banking And Globalization
- March 7, Frits Bolkestein: European Financial And Economic Integration, Ahead To The Barcelona Summit
- January 8, Roger W. Fergusson, Jr: Why Central Banks Should Talk
- November 13, Tommaso Padoa-Schioppa: The Euro In The International Monetary System
- March 20, Christian Noyer: Premières Expériences Avec l’Euro
- February 6, Jean Lemierre: Les Nouveaux Défis De La Transition A L’Est
- June 6, Kaspar Villiger: Défis pour la place financière Suisse
- May 22, Michel Camdessus: Réflexions pour un meilleur usage des chances d’aujourd’hui
- March 14, Philipp Hildebrand: Will markets replace governments?
- February 8, Matti Vanhala: Policy: one size fits all?
- January 24, Pierre de Weck: Resolving cross-border financial crises: what are the roles of the public sector, financial markets and financial institutions