First International Conference

SYstemic Risk TOmography: Signals, Measurements, Transmission Channels, and Policy Interventions.
University of Brescia – Department of Economics and Management
Tuesday, June 25 2013

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First International Conference of the SYRTO Project

The University of Brescia hosted on June 25 2013 the First International Conference of the SYRTO project, “SYstemic Risk TOmography: Signals, Measurements, Transmission Channels, and Policy Interventions”

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SYRTO Project: Contents, Objectives, and Structure

Opening remarks: «SYRTO Project: contents, objectives and structure»
Roberto Savona (University of Brescia) – Primary and Scientific Coordinator of the SYRTO Project

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Monitoring Systemic Risk with V-LAB

Robert Engle (Director of the Volatility Institute, NYU Stern)
Nobel Laureate in Economics
Member of the Advisory Board of the SYRTO Project – Scientific Division

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Building the European Banking Union in Times of Crisis

Ignazio Angeloni (European Central Bank)
Director General Financial Stability, ECB
Chair of the Financial Stability Committee and of the Task Force on Supervision

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Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy II: Getting Granular

Giovanni Dell’Ariccia (International Monetary Fund)
Chief of the Macro-Financial Linkages Unit, IMF
Member of the Advisory Board of the SYRTO Project – Policy Division

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Sovereign, Bank, and Insurance Credit Spreads: Connectedness and System Networks

Monica Billio – (University Cà Foscari Venice) Scientific Coordinator of the SYRTO Project – analyzes the interactions between financial institutions and sovereigns using Contingent claims analysis (CCA) and Network approach.   This talk was presented during the First International Conference on the Syrto Project.

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