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This conference will provide an opportunity for researchers to discuss a wide range of theoretical and empirical issues regarding challenges for monetary policy uncovered by the recent financial crisis. Topics of particular interest include monetary policy at the zero bound, the efficacy and...
Courses: - The Macroeconomics of Financial Globalization - Economic Growth and Development - Banks, Financial Innovation, and Systemic Risk - Sovereign Debt Crises: Theory and Evidence - Labor Markets and Monetary Policy - Credit, Bubbles and Business Cycles - Sovereign Debt Crises: Past,...
BMSS 2010 will offer a variety of courses taught by recognized experts in their fields. The courses will cover recent developments in different areas of macroeconomics, including growth, international finance, monetary policy, and econometric methods. The courses are aimed at graduate students...
Topics: - What are the biases in existing measures of the welfare impact of new goods? - What do we really know about the value of variety for consumers? - How representative for the economic impact of new goods are existing historical case studies (lighting, cell phones, railways)? - What...
The goal of the conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners working in international trade and finance. Studies focusing on macroeconomic consequences of international integration of goods and factor markets, financial and trade liberalization, exports and productivity, foreign...
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