Money, Markets, and Government: The Next 30 Years
What: Cato Institute 30th Annual Monetary Conference
Theme: Money, Markets, and Government: The Next 30 Years
Date-Time: Thursday November 15, 2012 9:00 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. EST
Location: 1000 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Links: www.cato.org/events/monconf2012/index.html

Event Overview:
Cato's 30th Annual Monetary Conference — Money, Markets, And Government: The Next 30 Years — will address the links between sound money, free markets, and limited government, and how those links might evolve in the future. One path is to continue the present course and use central banks to monetize government debt, allocate credit, and distort interest rates. An alternative path is to limit the size and scope of government, adopt a rules-based regime, and let free capital markets allocate credit. The choice of monetary and fiscal policy regimes will determine whether economic and social harmony will spontaneously emerge or whether government power will continue to grow.

Join leading U.S. and global experts to discuss:
--How the choice of monetary and fiscal policy regimes affect economic freedom and prosperity
--Policy steps needed to avoid future financial crises
--Lessons from the Eurozone debt crisis
--The limits of monetary policy

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