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Worksop Programme: - Money and banking in a New Keynesian model - Monetary policy, corporate finance and investment - Sentimental business cycles - Monetary policy and heterogeneity: an analytical framework - Intrinsic expectations persistence - Distributional effects of monetary policy -...
In line with the previous editions, this workshop aims to provide a forum for discussing innovative research on the determinants of foreign exchange rates. Economists working in central banks, academia, and the private sector are welcome to participate. The conference organizers welcome...
We welcome both theoretical and empirical contributions. Research topics of particular relevance to the conference include the following: - Labour market effects of technological change and digitalisation, - Demand effects of technological progress across ages, genders and skills, - Skills...
The two-day event will provide an opportunity for leading academics, policy makers and practitioners to share their views and understandings on investment finance and competitiveness, while raising awareness of the challenges posed by technological transformation and the need to adapt workforce...
We welcome any contributions on these topics, particularly those that focus on the following four areas: - The cyclical position of trade: Empirical studies on the cyclical dynamics of trade, short- and medium-term forecasting models, and trend/cycle decompositions. - Structural changes and...
Workshop Programme: - Negative monetary policy rates and systemic banks’ risk-taking: evidence from the euro area administrative securities register, - Credit risk under IFRS 9 accounting reforms: an application to Irish mortgages, - Estimating probability of default for the household sector...
The ECB Forum on Central Banking is an annual event organised by the European Central Bank in the beautiful surroundings of Sintra in Portugal. It provides a unique opportunity for central bank governors, academics, specialised journalists and high-level financial market representatives to...
This biennial conference provides a forum for new theoretical and applied work on forecasting. Topics: - big data, unstructured data, high frequency data - forecasting inflation, exchange rates; finance and forecasting - forecasting in the presence of structural breaks - forecasting with dynamic...
Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to: - How under-represented are women in fields such as finance, economics and central banks? - What are the factors that keep women from advancing in their careers? - What benefits does increased diversity appear to convey to...
The focus of the Conference is on research that makes use of household level data, with a special interest in the data from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey (HFCS). Topics: - household consumption, saving, and portfolio choice - housing, mortgage markets, and financial markets -...
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