Background and Objective: Macroeconomic policy in emerging markets is facing the multiple challenges of an uncertain global environment, increasing world interest rates and a limited fiscal space after unprecedented global shocks. At the same time emerging markets are becoming increasingly important both as determinants of the world economic outlook and centers of policy innovation and experimentation.
The 2nd ERSA/CEPR on Macroeconomic Policy in Emerging Markets is dedicated to exploring and discussing research on the challenges to macroeconomic policy in emerging markets, the policy options available to them and the instruments to be developed to inform and monitor policy.
Sofía Bauducco (Central Bank of Chile)
Refet S. Gürkaynak (Bilkent University and CEPR)
Özer Karagedikli (Asia School of Business)
Mamokete Ljane (Standard Bank and ERSA)
Giovanni Ricco (École Polytechnique, University of Warwick, CEPR, ERSA)
Xolani Sibande (South African Reserve Bank)
Nicola Viegi (University of Pretoria and ERSA)