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The Economics of Populism: October 31, 2018

What do Donald Trump, Nigel Farage, Nicolás Maduro, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Matteo Salvini and Vladimir Putin have in common?

Ten years after the crisis, the quantitative easing music is fading.

As the lights turn on, a scary reality is emerging for investors still dancing to the tune of monetary policy: the imbalances which caused the crisis are still present, there is less policy room for error, and a crowd of populist leaders wants payback time.

At this final central bank series event, Alberto Gallo, economist and writer, asks what are the risks and the opportunities in the post-QE world?

To register, please follow the link to the CFA UK event website.

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