Central banks around the world are battling inflation at multi-decade highs with a surge in demand after the pandemic-induced recession and lingering supply constraints. Increasing recession worries complicate policymakers’ efforts to engineer a soft landing and restore price stability.
Nick Stadtmiller, Emerging-Markets Strategist at Medley Advisors, and Edward Price, a political economist and Senior Fellow at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs, will explore the difficulties and constraints in setting monetary policy in the post-Covid world.
Edward Price is a political economist and a non-resident Senior Fellow at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs, where he currently teaches. As a former UK government trade official, he is a frequent speaker on Bloomberg Radio, BBC World Business and at conferences and his work is regularly published in the Financial Times Alphaville and Barron’s. He was educated at the London School of Economics.
Nick Stadtmiller is an emerging-markets strategist at Medley Advisors, where he helps investors navigate the interplay between markets and policy. He has more than 15 years of experience in financial markets and economic policy, including stints in Dubai and Istanbul.
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