Corporate Program

Lessons at the Zero Bound

Both the US and Japan have in recent years grappled with the challenges of operating monetary policy at the zero bound following a major financial crisis. What have we learned, both from the US experience and the Japanese experience? And what are we still learning? William C. Dudley, President and Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York will discuss this subject, which is of critical importance to both our nations.

Speaker: 
William C. Dudley, President and Chief Executive Officer, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Moderator:
Shinya Wako, Managing Executive Officer & Head of the Americas, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd.; Member, Board of Directors of Japan Society

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