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Central Banking Issues in Small Open Economies: Crafting the Post-COVID Regeneration

As Barbados and many other small open economies across the Caribbean fight with limited tools to address a myriad of challenges, including spiralling prices, disruptive climatic events, and the uncertainty of a still-present pandemic, the Central Bank of Barbados has brought together three experts to share their perspectives on a range of issues, with the aim of finding practical approaches to navigating the current global space.

Topics

  • "The Green Agenda: Mitigating Climate Risks for Small Open Economies" – Gerardo Reyes-Tangle, Lead Fiscal Economist, IDB
  • "Currency and Reserve Management: Navigating Monetary Policy in Small Open Economies" – Anton Belgrave, Director, Research and Economic Analysis, Central Bank of Barbados and Alwyn Jordan, Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Barbados
  • “The Role of Central Bank Digital Currencies in the Changing Global Payments Landscape: Transitioning to the Future” – Philip Middleton, Deputy Chairman, OMFIF




Date: 7/26/2022
Author(s): Central Bank Of Barbados

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