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The conference will bring together academic, central bank and other financial sector economists working in areas of macroeconomics and finance in which Niels Thygesen (who will turn 80 on 13 December) has been and still is active.
We welcome papers from all fields related to Life Cycle choices, including papers dealing with theoretical and empirical issues relating to topics such as: non-consumption and saving decisions with standard and non-standard preferences, purchases of durable consumption items, housing decisions,...
Preliminary Course Title: International Financial Integration: Determinants of, and Welfare/Productivity Gains from. Empirical Estimation. Presenter: Bent E. Sørensen, Lay Professor of International Economics, University of Houston and CEPR. Background discussion: Investors all over the world...
The course includes the topics: - Introduction to central concepts: vector autoregressive processes, error-correction models, non-stationary processes and cointegration. - Representation of cointegrated processes. - Estimation and testing in the cointegrated VAR model. - Identification and...
This course introduces topics from research in financial time series econometrics. For each topic, econometric methods are discussed and illustrated by empirical applications. After completion of the course the student will have obtained a fundamental knowledge of central econometric modeling as...
Students learn how the toolbox of experimental economics can be used in research, and learn to be critical consumers of the rapidly growing behavioral and experimental economics literature. More generally, the course contributes to a deeper understanding of the basic principles of rationality...
Investment projects typically consist of an initial investment and some uncertain dividend. An example could be to build a factory and sell the produce at an uncertain market price. In the course investment projects are seen as flexible in the sense that investor is able to decide when to invest...
The course focuses on work organizations: Business organizations (private firms) and organizations within the public sector, for example public administration, public hospitals, educational and social institutions. A number of basic theories are presented such as Classical Organization Theory,...
In many entrepreneurial processes - in enterprise as well as start up settings - a key task for decision makers is to select among different mutually exclusive options in terms of value generation potential, business model, needs covered and technologies under time, information and resource...
At the end of the course, the student should be able to demonstrate: - Basic understanding of the main model frameworks for long-run macroeconomics. This includes the Diamond model with overlapping generations in discrete time and the Ramsey model in continuous time. - Proficiency in the...
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