Transformation of Central Banking. Annual Research Conference of the NBU. Key Issues
a National Bank of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

In May 2016, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) held its Annual Research Conference of the NBU on Transformation of Central Banking for the first time. Over 300 participants shared in the work of the representative international forum, including experts from central banks and international financial organizations, as well as representatives of the Ukrainian and international academic community. Issues discussed during the conference included the recent development trends of in central bankings, ranging from the monetary policy at low interest rates and under the threat of deflation, financial stability and management of capital flows, and the effect of new financial technologies and cultural features on the transition process in central banks.

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Cite as: Nikolaychuk, S., Pidvysotskyy, R. (2016). Transformation of Central Banking. Annual Research Conference of the NBU. Key Issues. Visnyk of the National Bank of Ukraine, 236, 6-18.
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