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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 Winter School focuses on leadership skills and the “big picture” of management (how to identify and implement necessary changes). Throughout the week participants work on a case resolution on the internationalisation strategy of a University. The context of university life and the...
The EFMD - HUMANE Winter School develops the leadership potential of talented Senior Managers by making them fully aware of the concepts and practices of strategic management in a European context, and the importance of integrating academic matters, finances, human resources, governance,...
The EFMD (ESMU) - HUMANE Winter School develops the leadership potential of talented Senior Managers by making them fully aware of the concepts and practices of strategic management in a European context, and the importance of integrating academic matters, finances, human resources, governance,...
The EFMD (ESMU) - HUMANE Winter School develops the leadership potential of talented Senior Managers by making them fully aware of the concepts and practices of strategic management in a European context, and the importance of integrating academic matters, finances, human resources, governance,...
Theme: Advances in Forecasting (EC)² is a series of annual international conferences on research in quantitative economics and econometrics, launched in 1990. The acronym (EC)² stands for European Conferences of the Econom[etr]ics Community. Its main aim is to maintain and extend an adequate...
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...
Topics: · Concrete ways to achieve the optimal degree of transparency for different intermediaries and markets · Mark to market accounting · Opacity of banks’ assets · The role of credit rating agencies · Corporate governance, risk taking and disclosure · Implications for market liquidity
In an effort to demonstrate that macroeconomics can also be an experimental discipline, and to further promote collaboration between macroeconomic theorists and experimentalists, we are organizing the first ever international conference devoted to macroeconomic experiments and theory.
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...
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