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The third lecture of the online course Monetary Theory and Policy: Recent History and Contemporary Issues (9th November, 2021) Speaker: Sergio Cesaratto (Professor, University of Siena) Topic: Conventional and Non-conventional Monetary Policies This material is used for educational purposes and with permission from the copyright holders - the authors and National Research University Higher School of Economics.

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The third lecture of the online course Monetary Theory and Policy: Recent History and Contemporary Issues (9th November, 2021)

Speaker: Sergio Cesaratto (Professor, University of Siena)

Topic: Conventional and Non-conventional Monetary Policies



This material is used for educational purposes and with permission from the copyright holders - the authors and National Research University Higher School of Economics.
Sergio Cesaratto
Sergio Cesaratto (Rome, 1955) studied at Sapienza, where he graduated under the direction of Garegnani in 1981 and received his doctorate in 1988. He obtained a Master's degree in Manchester in 1986. He worked as a researcher at CNR where he was of Innovation Economics. In 1992 he became a researcher at La Sapienza, and then associate professor in Siena where he teaches Economic Policy and Development Economics.

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