Sixth Law & Macroeconomics Conference 2023
Center on Law and the Economy
Keynote: Rhoda Weeks-Brown, General Counsel - International Monetary Fund
Georgetown Law and IIEL
University of London (CCLS)
Yale Law School
The past year has seen a dramatic increase in economic, financial, social, and political turmoil worldwide. Policy responses to price instability have in turn generated predictable but unforeseen collateral crises and vulnerabilities, including bank failures, asset market turmoil, and rising risks of domestic, regional, and global recession, which require their own policy responses. Climate, public health, and migration challenges persist and continue to reflect vast economic disparities.
These developments reinforce the imperative of research at the intersection of law and macroeconomics, even as they recast and sharpen our understanding of the field. They form the background for the Sixth Conference on Law and Macroeconomics.
Rhoda Weeks-Brown, General Counsel and Director of the IMF's Legal Department
Friday, November 3 at 12:00PM
- Adam Feibelman, Sumter Davis Professor of Law, Tulane University
- Peter Conti-Brown, Class of 1965, Associate Professor of Financial Regulation, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
- Anna Gelpern, Anne Fleming Research Professor, Georgetown University Law Center
- Yair Listokin, Deputy Dean and Shibley Family Fund Professor of Law Yale Law School
- Rosa Maria Lastra, Sir John Lubbock Chair in Banking Law, Queen Mary University of London