At the Your opinion counts roundtable, we want to hear what people and organisations think about changes in the economy, how much you have been affected by changes in prices, whether low interest rates have been good or bad for you, and whether there are other topical issues that the central bank should be focusing more attention on.

The round table is intended for people representing professional associations and unions, citizens’ initiatives and interest groups. Participation is by invitation. The wider public can follow the discussions in a livestream.

Anyone who wants to is welcome to give their opinion on this website.

A strategic overview of monetary policy
Your opinion counts - a roundtable with Eesti Pank

Time and place

Wednesday 25 November, 13.00–15.30
Virtual roundtable

Participants (by invitation)

From Eesti Pank: Governor Madis Müller and Deputy Governor Ülo Kaasik.
Moderator: television journalist Urmas Vaino
Speakers: people representing civil society organisations such as professional associations and unions, citizens’ initiatives and interest groups.

The wider public can follow the debate in a livestream and can give opinions through the questionnaire on the website


13.00 Opening

13.15 Discussion block 1: The central bank and defining the economic space

  • The changing economy and problems in it
  • Changes in price levels and their impact
  • Changes in wage levels, economic activity, the real estate sector and more

14.15 Discussion block 2: New challenges

  • New issues in the economy such as greening and digitalisation
  • Communication, and how and in what way is it best to explain the reasons and impacts of monetary policy decisions?

15.15 Further opinions through Summary

15.30 Event closing