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The ESM Research team is pleased to invite you to attend the hybrid seminar on: Technology, Sanctions, and the Future of the International Monetary System


Held by: Barry Eichengreen, Distinguished Professor of Economics and Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley

Abstract: New technologies -- automated market making, automated liquidity provision, and central bank digital currencies, among others -- are widely seen as auguring changes in the structure of the international monetary system.  Now in addition there are sanctions imposed on the Bank of Russia and other Russian financial institutions, which may occasion changes in the composition of foreign exchange reserves and the denomination of cross-border payments.  This seminar will ponder and provide some evidence on which units are likely to gain and lose market share, among them the dollar, the euro, the Chinese renminbi, nontraditional reserve currencies, and gold.
 
Date: Friday, 4 November from 14:00 until 15:30 CET
 
RSVP
Please let us know by Monday 31st of October COB If you will attend virtually or in person. 
If you attend in person, please send an email confirmation to ESMResearch@esm.europa.eu
The ESM will welcome you at our premises: 6a Circuit de La Foire Internationale, 1347 Luxembourg 
Upon your arrival you will receive your badge. The event will take place in our Conference Area, make sure to come 15 minutes before the event allowing for a timely start!
 
If you attend virtually, please register to the seminar HERE
 
 

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