2nd Swiss National Bank/National Bank of Poland seminar on exchange rate regimes and monetary policy, 19-20 May 2005

The Swiss National Bank and the National Bank of Poland jointly organised a seminar on exchange rate regimes and monetary policy, which took place in Zurich on 19-20 May 2005. The seminar brought together academics and central bankers to discuss theoretical and practical aspects of central banking. The aim was to provide a forum to share knowledge and experience with and among central bankers from transition countries. The organising committee consisted of Pawel Samecki (National Bank of Poland), Werner Hermann (Swiss National Bank) and Thomas Moser (Swiss National Bank).

Conference organisation



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