DPWS

The Dykhouse Program Webinar Series in Macroeconomic Policy describes and analyzes the instruments, tactics, and strategies of contemporary U.S. macroeconomic policies—those intended to stabilize economic activity in the short run (stabilization), grow economic activity in the long run (allocation), and redistribute the outcomes of economic activity more generally (redistribution). The target audience for these webinars includes financial professionals in private industry and related public sectors (bankers and their regulators, for example), advanced-undergraduate and graduate students interested in macroeconomic policy, and anyone else who is curious about the roles of government in the economy.

Links to the video recordings and presentation decks associated with past webinars appear below. Thanks, as always, for your interest in this series.


[1] DPWS 201 — Funny Money: Central Banking in Our Time
25 September 2020, 10:30 AM — 12:00 PM, via GoToWebinar

A video recording is available here: https://youtu.be/fWvqgoU5UUQ.

The presentation deck is available below.


[2] DPWS 202 — Fiscal Therapy: Alternatives to Monetary Stabilization Policy
06 November 2020, 10:30 AM — 12:00 PM, via GoToWebinar

A video recording is available here: https://youtu.be/qu3er2qcutg.

The presentation deck is available below.

Inquiries: joseph.santos@sdstate.edu.