On July 12, 2016, the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings Institution, the Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance at Brandeis International Business School, and Olin Business School at Washington University St. Louis are teaming together to heighten and advance the discussion around municipal markets and finance.
The conference will be broken up into a series of presentations on papers related to certain market topics, with a discussion after each presentation between the author and a discussant. The categorical topics are:
- The changing municipal capital market
- Issues in capital markets and credit
- Issues in state and local economics
- Public pensions
- The muni market in the post-Detroit and post-Puerto Rico era
MuniNet Publishers James Spiotto and Richard Ciccarone will be event participants. Mr. Ciccarone will be presenting his paper “Credit Cluster and Contagion Risk Related to Distressed Municipalities” as part of the Issues in capital markets and credit session. Mr. Spiotto will be a part of the panel on the muni market post-Detroit and post-Puerto Rico.
A full list of papers to be presented, registration, and further information, is available here. Brookings will be the host site, and registration is free.