Showing 1 - 10 of 553
Quantitative macroeconomic models play an important role in informing policy makers about the consequences of monetary, fiscal and regulatory policies. Encouraging interaction among researchers interested in model and policy comparison, as well as promoting collaboration between academia and...
The aim of this conference is to bring together junior economists from around the world with a strong interest in Macroeconomics, and to generate a friendly environment with intensive interaction, not only during the presentations but also informally before and after.
The aim of this two-day workshop is to bring together researchers working on topics in Empirical Macroeconomics to present and discuss their ongoing research. We invite contributions on issues related to Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Business Cycle Analysis or International Macroeconomics.
This course covers methods designed to deal with prediction with “big data” in macroeconomics, and to conduct structural analysis. The three main subjects of the course are: - predictive regressions with big data ; - Bayesian VARs, as a popular example of big data multivariate models, which...
The school will provide an introduction to Dynare and to Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) modeling. The courses will focus on the simulation and estimation of DSGE models with Dynare. The school will also be the occasion to introduce the next official major release of Dynare...
The Banque de France-PSE Chair is pleased to announce that its first Macro-Trade Workshop will take place at PSE on June 7, 2019. We will have five presentations during the morning, with invited speakers among which Aurélien Eyquem (Université Lumière Lyon 2), Luca Opromolla (Banco de...
Topics: Exchange rates and Currency Markets; Monetary Theory and Policy; Financial Markets; Economic Growth; Financial Econometrics; Macroeconomics; Financial Effects of Euro Adoption; Banking and Finance; Trade Effects and Financial Development in New EU Member Countries; EU Economics;...
The aim of this meeting is to encourage frontier academic research in macroeconomics, broadly defined in terms of topics but rigorously grounded in economic theory and measurement.
The Ronald Coase Institute encourages careful, useful analysis of the institutions that govern real economies and affect transaction costs. Who is eligible? Social scientists early in their academic/professional careers and advanced graduate students, in economics, political science, law, and...
This workshop will provide an opportunity for academic and central bank economists to discuss a wide range of theoretical and empirical issues regarding macroeconomic models and their applications to policy analysis. Modelling issues of particular interest include: expectation formation,...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)