The Centre for Commercial Law Studies co-hosted an online virtual conference on 27-28 October 2021 explored the connections between law and macroeconomics.
The conference was co-hosted with Yale Law School, Georgetown Law Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL), Tulane Law, Cornell Law, Bank of England, and Rebuilding Macroeconomics.
This year’s conference examined the role of law in establishing a macroeconomy for a post-pandemic world that better mitigates the uncertainty of the current economic downturn. The virtual event included two days of four concurrent panels, with three papers reviewed in each panel. Papers addressed a range of topics, including financial policy and institutions, regulation, recessions, ethical investing, debt, and inequality.
Read more about the conference on the Yale Law School.