I had the privilege of attending a conference in Zurich yesterday in honor of what would have been Karl Brunner's 100th birthday. This is the first of a series the Swiss National Bank (SNB) has established, kicked off with a keynote address from Ken Rogoff.
The celebration of Karl's contribution to economics was followed up by the 10th in a series of terrific SNB research conferences. We're currently at the end of the first day and I've learned a lot from interacting with academics and central bankers in a beautiful environment on the edge of Lake Zurich.
I presented my paper with Pawel Zabczyk, "The Theory of Unconventional Monetary Policy". Here is a link to my paper, and here is a link to my slides (easier to follow and more fun than the paper itself).