The Jackson Institute hosted the discussion, “Trump’s Win and Modi’s Demonetization: Challenges for Central Banks Around the World,” on Tuesday, Dec. 6 in the GM Room, Horchow Hall.

The discussion was led by Senior Fellow Rakesh Mohan, former deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India and former International Monetary Fund executive director.

Mohan addressed the following questions:

  • What are the issues that developing world central bankers will grapple with over the coming year?
  • How will monetary policy makers deal with the impact of President-Elect Trump’s policies?
  • What are the lessons from the Reserve Bank of India’s withdrawal of legal tender status of banknotes?
  • What is the future of inflation targeting in emerging markets?