Macroeconomic and Financial Implications of Commodity Market Fluctuations

Published on 23 September 2023

11 December 2023 - 09:00

The Banque de France is organizing workshop on “Macroeconomic and Financial Implications of Commodity Market Fluctuations” in Paris, on December 11, 2023.


Time allocation: 35 min per paper, presentation 25min / Q&A 10min 
8.45-9.15 Welcome & registration - Breakfast
9.15-9.30 Welcome address Marie-Laure Barut-Etherington (Banque de France)
9.30-10.15 Keynote speech: Christiane Baumeister (University of Notre Dame) 
Coffee Break 
10.30-11.05 Gert Peersman (Ghent University), Commodity Price Shocks and Global Cycles: Monetary Policy Matters 
11.05-11.40 Simona Delle Chiaie (Bloomberg Economics),
Energy shocks and the inflation-unemployment trade-off
11.40-12.15 Evgenia Passari (Université Paris Dauphine - PSL), The Origins of Commodity Price Fluctuations 
12.15-12.50 Laurent Ferrara (SKEMA Business School), Commodity price uncertainty comovement: Does it matter for global economic growth?
12.50-14.10 Lunch 
14.10-14.55 Keynote speech: Ivan Petrella (Warwick Business School) 
14:55-15.30 Massimo Ferrari Minesso (ECB)
, Gas price shocks and euro area inflation 
15.30-16.05 Andrea Gazzani (Banca d'Italia)
, Natural gas and the macroeconomy: not all energy shocks are alike 
Coffee Break 
16.20-16.55 Antoine Bouveret (ESMA)
, EU Energy Derivatives Markets: Structure and Risks 
16.55-17.30 Erica Perego (CEPII)
, US monetary policy spillovers to developing countries: the commodity-financial channel 
17.30-18.05 Valeri Sokolovski (University of Alberta), Commodity Prices and Currencies 
19.00 Dinner (by invitation only)




Les implications macroéconomiques et financières des fluctuations des marchés de matières premières

Updated on 5 December 2023