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We welcome scientific theoretical and empirical papers which fit into the overall theme of the conference, and contributions on the following, non-exhaustive list of themes: - Secular drivers of inflation: (de)globalisation, ageing, productivity etc. - Short- and long-term impact of climate...
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The aim of this conference is to bring together academics, and policy-oriented economists by providing a forum for debate on economic policy issues relevant in the European context. The 18th Conference will focus on the macroeconomic policy challenges for European economies and advanced...
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This workshop is a forum for junior and senior experts to discuss cutting-edge research in the fields of economic growth and fluctuations (EGF). The workshop is open to the best type of research conducted in the EGF field. The workshop is not limited to any specific topic. We are regularly...
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The goal of this workshop is to discuss recent developments on the identification of the real effects of financial frictions. We are particularly interested in applied theoretical and empirical work on the interplay between financial frictions, micro- and macroeconomic shocks, and their...
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Under what conditions structural macroeconomic shocks can be identified with empirical time series models? Several influential papers have shown that, in many theoretical models, Structural VAR analysis is unable to correctly esimate the economic shocks of interest and their propagation...
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This workshop focuses on the macroeconomic implications of micro-level frictions, such as adjustment costs, informational rigidities, search and matching frictions, costly reallocation, irreversibility, taxation, among others. Topics of particular interest include price and wage setting, capital...
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By Francesco D’Acunto (Georgetown University) And Michael Weber (University of Chicago). Inflation expectations are central to the intertemporal consumption, saving, and investment choices of households and firms and determine the effectiveness of fiscal and monetary policy. Interest in the...
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The overall aim of CIRET conferences is to encourage and improve communication,exchange and co-operation between acade-mics and practitioners who conduct econo-mic surveys, analyse survey data and develop or make use of cyclical indicators. Topic: Economic Tendency Surveys and Economic...
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Topics: Macroeconomic implications of new monetary policy strategies; Monetary policy in models with heterogeneous agents; Implications of structural changes for monetary policy; Monetary policy and bounded rationality of economic agents; Distributional effects of conventional and unconventional...
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Professors Eric Ghysels, Massimiliano Marcellino and Jonas Straukas will a three-day course entitled “What's New in Mixed Frequency Data (MIDAS), with Applications to Machine Learning and Big Data”. The focus of the course is the use of mixed frequency data in economics and finance. A...
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