GIC College of Central Banker, Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., former Vice Chairman of the Board of Governors of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, provided his thoughts on the fragility, interconnectedness, creativity and perseverance that defined the past year and will help determine our return to “normalcy” as we look ahead.
In April, 2020 GIC College of Central Bankers Advisory Board Member, Jeremy Siegel predicted inflation of 3 to 4%. He later updated his prediction to higher inflation rates and lasting for several years. We congratulate Jeremy for this accurate prediction and are pleased to share his 2020 writings below, and invite you to read Bloomberg’s recent article, where Dr. Siegel discusses consumer spending.
CCB Fellow, Charles Plosser, Former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, provided his thoughts on central banks' role on global disruptions in supply chains for the other College of Central Bankers Fellows and the GIC community.
Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody’s Analytics, and former GIC speaker, was recently featured on NPR Radio Times for a discussion on the state of the economy and answered a follow up question from Peter Gold, Chair of the GIC College of Central Bankers. See his response and listen to the original interview here.
College of Central Bankers Fellow, William Poole, followed up on questions from GIC's Executive Briefing, Will Inflation Force the Slowing or Reversal of Central Banks’ “Easy” Monetary Policy and Increase Risks of Economic Downturns?, held on July 21, 2021.
Jeremy Siegel, of Wharton Business School and the College of Central Bankers Advisory Board, discussed the future of the stock market post-COVID-19.
Alfonso Prat-Gay wrote a column on emerging markets during the Covid-19 pandemic was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.
College of Central Bankers series: Court’s implicit rejection of basic EU tenet would give cause for concernAugust 4, 2019
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on the EU and the European Central Bank was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.
GIC Board Member, J Paul Horne’s report on European and Japanese government bonds was published by The Financial Times and is used with permission.