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This year’s workshop will have a focus on the fiscal and monetary fragility that we are facing, especially its international aspects. As always, we invite papers from all fields in applied macroeconomics, but papers matching those issues are particularly welcome.
We invite researchers to present their original work on global safe assets and the related economic issues with perspectives on post-crisis developments in perspective. Possible topics: - Global safe assets and Policy Implications; - Currency internationalization and provision of safe assets; -...
One theme of the conference seeks to highlight econometric research in the area of artificial intelligence and machine learning in finance.
The course is intended for Ph.D. students and researchers in statistics, econometrics and finance with an introduction to methods to analyze high frequency data and estimate parametric and nonparametric financial models using such data. The course assumes some familiarity with stochastic...
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