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MEF-seminar summer 2021

MEF-Seminar (Macro/Econometrics/Finance)


Please note: Due to the current situation we will organise our MEF Seminars via Zoom. Please contact [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.] for further information.
 
Wednesdays, Sitzungszimmer, Juridicum, Adenauerallee 24-42.

 

Dates for summer term 2021 (01-Apr-2021 - 31-Sep-2021) in cooperation with University College London (UCL):

 

Date Title Speaker
03.03.2021 Lumpy Durable Consumption Demand and the Limited Ammunition of Monetary Policy Alisdair McKay, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

10.03.2021

A Theory of Housing Demand Pengfei Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
17.03.2021 Policy with Stochastic Hysteresis Aleh Tsyvinski, Yale University
24.03.2021 Reparations and Persistent Racial Wealth Gap Loukas Karabarbounis, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
21.04.2021  TFPR: Dispersion and Cyclicality  Russell Cooper, European University Institute
30.04.2021 Marriage Market and Labor Market Sorting Ilse Lindenlaub, Yale University
05.05.2021 Two Illustrations of the Quantity Theory of Money Reloaded Juan Pablo Nicolini, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
12.05.2021 The Slope of the Phillips Curve: Evidence from U.S. States Emi Nakamura, University of California, Berkeley
19.05.2021 The Case for a Positive Euro Area Inflation Target: Evidence from France, Germany and Italy Klaus Adam, Universität Mannheim
26.05.2021 The Effect of Macroeconomic Uncertainty on Household Spending Olivier Coibion, University of Texas at Austin
09.06.2021 The Consequences of Bretton Woods Impediments to International Capital Mobility and the Value of Geopolitical Stability

Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

16.06.2021 Job Hunting: A Costly Quest
Nir Jaimovich, University of Zurich
23.06.2021 Homelessness Kai Zhao, University of Connecticut

 

Bonn Economic History Webinar

The Bonn Economic History Webinar takes place on Thursdays at 04:00 p.m.

For details, see www.macrohistory.net

 

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