Conferences and seminars

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The Bank of Italy organizes conferences and seminars during which papers are presented by researchers from the Bank, academia, institutions and other central banks. These opportunities for comparison with the scientific community are intended to advance theoretical, empirical and policy analysis bearing on the Bank's institutional tasks.

Among its periodic initiatives, the Bank organizes the annual Paolo Baffi Lecture. This is given by an internationally renowned academic, who presents an original contribution on monetary or financial issues.

The annual fiscal policy seminar is devoted to a comparison of the results and experiences recorded by the public finances of a variety of countries.

Forthcoming conferences and seminars

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Front cover of Workshops and Conferences series Workshops and Conferences series

This series collects the proceedings of workshops and conferences organized by Banca d'Italia.

Other Conference Proceedings

This section contains the scientific papers – by Bank of Italy researchers, academics, members of institutions and staff of other central banks – presented at the workshops and conferences organized by the Bank.

Paolo Baffi Lectures on Money and Finance

The Lecture has been instituted by the Bank of Italy to promote original contributions by eminent scholars on the issues of money and finance. The Lecture is named after Paolo Baffi, Governor of the Bank of Italy from 1975 to 1979.

Seminar Committee Proceedings

The Bank of Italy organizes numerous seminars (on average about 40 a year) led by speakers mostly from Italian and foreign universities, international organizations, and other central banks. A series of seminars is focusing on Economic History and History of Institutions.

International technical cooperation

For over 20 years, the Bank of Italy has been organizing staff training activities and consultancy with central banks and similar institutions in the emerging countries. Through its international technical cooperation work, the Bank of Italy helps to strengthen the institutional capacities of the beneficiary institutions, in part in order to promote international financial stability.