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Topics: - Monetary, fiscal and macro prudential policies in open economies. - Trade and financial links between economies. - Cross-border spillovers and policy coordination. - The neutral rate of interest in open economies. - Exchange rate determination. - Relevance of Dominant, Produce and...
We invite submissions from those wishing to present a paper, which can be in any field of econometrics, theoretical or applied, including empirical analyses of issues in any field of economics or finance.
We invite authors to submit papers with a macro-finance theme. Topics: - Common/fundamental drivers of financial market and macroeconomic data, - Identification of monetary policy shocks from financial market data, - Influences of time-varying risk premiums and precautionary savings on financial...
We invite submission of theoretical and empirical papers that explore the dynamics of housing markets and household debt; the implications of housing cycles for the macro economy; and the consequences of those dynamics for monetary and macropudential policy. Questions of interest may include: -...
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act (1989), which granted the Reserve Bank of … New Zealand (RBNZ) its independence, introduced price stability as its primary objective, and thus instituted inflation …
This conference aims to bring together recent work examining the transmission of monetary and macro-prudential policies and their effectiveness in open economies. We invite submission of both theoretical and empirical papers. Questions of interest may include the following: - How does...
We invite submissions from those wishing to present a paper at NZESG 2012, which can be in any field of econometrics, theoretical or applied, including empirical analyses of issues in economics and finance.
The recent financial crisis has illustrated the importance of the linkages that connect financial systems and economies around the globe. This conference is aimed at characterizing recent global shocks, understanding the transmission mechanism of these shocks, and identifying appropriate policy...
Both empirical and theoretical papers are invited from the broad area of macroeconomics.
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