Workshop and Hanns Abele Prize 2019

14. Jänner 2020

Workshop „The Monetary Policy Strategy Review of the ECB” and Hanns Abele Prize 2019 for Julia Bachtrögler | Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 9:00-11:30 a.m. | Galerie, Building LC (Learning Center), WU Campus

You are cordially invited to the following public lectures at WU Wien:

Workshop "The monetary policy strategy review of the ECB"

Institute for Analytical Economics (Aurel Schubert / Guido Schäfer) 

Wednesday 22, January 2020, WU, Gallery (LC)

Due to the deep structural changes in the monetary and financial sector of recent years, central banks around the world review their monetary policy strategies. At WU Vienna two renowned international experts in monetary policy discuss their perspectives on these debates with a focus on the Euro area:


Aurel Schubert: “A new monetary policy strategy for the ECB – Elements and Issues”

Honorary Professor, Department of Economics, WU Vienna; former Director General Statistics, European Central Bank


Huw Pill: “Whatever it took, whatever it takes – Helicopter money at the ECB?”

Senior Lecturer, Harvard University; former Partner and Chief European Economist, Goldman Sachs; former Deputy Director General Research, European Central Bank

Ceremony for the Hanns Abele Prize 2019


Ulrich Berger: Hanns Abele Prize 2019

Professor, Department of Economics, WU Vienna; Head of Selection Committee, Hanns Abele Prize

Harald Badinger: Laudatio

Vice-Rector, WU Vienna; Professor, Department of Economics, WU Vienna

Julia Bachtrögler, Hanns Abele Prize Winner 2019

Research Staff Member, Austrian Institute of Economic Research, Vienna (WIFO)

Wednesday, January 22, 2020
9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Location: Galerie, Building LC (Learning Center), Ground Floor (behind the WU Shop)
Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien
Welthandelsplatz 1, 1020 Wien


The event is jointly organized by Aurel Schubert, former Director General Statistics, ECB and the Institute for Analytical Economics at WU Wien.

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