Dialogue Liberal voices: monetarism, monetary policy and the causes of inflation

Daniel Lacalle and Juan Castañeda

The Rafael del Pino Foundation is organising the dialogue "Liberal voices: monetarism, monetary policy and the causes of inflation" on 16 September at 7 p.m., with the participation of Daniel Lacalle and Juan Castañeda.

Juan Castañeda is Director of the Vinson Centre for the Public Understanding of Economics and Entrepreneurship and Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Buckingham. D. in Economics since 2003 (Universidad UAM de Madrid). Juan Castañeda has work and research experience in monetary policy and central banking. Juan was Director of the International Monetary Research Institute from 2016 to 2023. He has collaborated with the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs and provided written evidence for a UK Parliament report on the euro. He has been an Honorary Senior Visiting Fellow at Cass Business School (London) and a visiting research fellow at the Cato Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives (Washington, DC) and at the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala. Before moving to the UK in 2012, he worked for 14 years as a lecturer in Economics at the UNED University in Madrid. He has received an annual grant from the Banco de España to carry out research on monetary history, and is the author and editor of academic books and research articles on economic crises, monetary policy and central banking.

Daniel Lacalle D. in Economics, Chief Economist at Tressis S.V., professor of Global Economics at IE and IEB and investment fund manager. He holds a degree in Business Administration from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and a PhD Cum Laude from the Universidad Católica de Valencia. He holds a CIIA international financial analyst degree and a postgraduate degree from IESE, University of Navarra. He is President of the Instituto Mises Hispano, member of the Advisory Board of the Rafael del Pino Foundation and of ORFIN. He is also a member of the Academic Council of the International Freedom Foundation (FIL). His career in portfolio management and investment began at the hedge fund Citadel and continued at Ecofin Ltd. and PIMCO in the US and London. He is ranked number 5 in the Richtopia 2020 ranking of the world's most influential economists. He has been voted for five consecutive years among the top three managers in the Extel Survey, the Thompson Reuters ranking in the general strategy, oil and power categories. He writes a weekly column in El Español, and contributes monthly to CNBC and Bloomberg TV, as well as Antena 3, Cuatro, Telecinco, BBN Times, World Economic Forum, Hedge Eye, Epoch Times and Mises Wire, among others. Daniel Lacalle is the author of books on economics translated into several languages, including: "Nosotros los mercados", "Viaje a la libertad económica", "La gran trampa", "Libertad o Igualdad", and the latest, "Haz crecer tu dinero" (Deusto, 2022).

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