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Topics: - The effects of trade wars, policy induced uncertainty, on global commerce and national welfare. - The effects of a reduced international financial coordination (i.e. monetary policy, regulation, exchange rate policy, etc.) - Changes in tax policy with an eye towards the taxation of...
Charles Plosser has been involved in the Carnegie-Rochester-NYU conference series for most of his distinguished career. He served as an editor and convener of the CRNYU series for nearly two decades. Charles’ research embodies the CRNYU ideal of path-breaking research at the frontier of...
From the depths of the Great Recession, economic growth in the US and many other countries has been persistent but slow. Economists offer three 1. Consumers. Aggregate demand growth has been insufficient and demandstimulus has been severely limited; 2. Producers. There is less dynamism; (...
The Carnegie Rochester NYU conference seeks proposals to understand and assess the macroeconomic causes and consequences of the economy-wide transition in the supply and demand for liquidity, with the goal of guiding financial and macroeconomic policy. Proposals should employ advances in...
The conference is designed to provide extensive discussion of new and innovative research in economic history. We consider applicants from all continents and papers addres sing important topics in economic history for all countries.
This conference seeks proposals for theoretical, empirical, or quantitative papers that examine the evolving role of real and financial linkages in the global economy and the associated costs and benefits of globalization. Possible topics include but are not limited to: 1) identifying and...
The mission of the TARK conferences is to bring together researchers from a wide variety of fields, including Artificial Intelligence, Cryptography, Distributed Computing, Economics and Game Theory, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Psychology, in order to further our understanding of...
During the financial crisis and the subsequent “great recession”, economists lamented the lack of policy guidance provided by standard economic models for a situation that didn’t seem to conform to classical theories of risk aversion. The prevailing view was that agents and policy makers...
Conference Schedule: CONFERENCE SESSION I - Labor Market Flows in the Cross Section and Over Time - Housing and the Labor Market: Time to Move and Aggregate Unemployment CONFERENCE SESSION II - Hours Worked Over the Business Cycle: Evidence from OECD Countries 1960-2010 - Transitions in the...
Conference Schedule: CONFERENCE SESSION I - Labor Market Flows in the Cross Section and Over Time - Housing and the Labor Market: Time to Move and Aggregate Unemployment CONFERENCE SESSION II - Hours Worked Over the Business Cycle: Evidence from OECD Countries 1960-2010 - Transitions in the...
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