The Call for Papers (pdf) can be downloaded here.2018 Brandeis Summer Workshop in Economics and Finance
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held at the Bank of Italy SADIBA Center in Perugia in July 2017
The topic of the first week will be “Non-Parametric Bayesian Models for Big Data and Macro/Finance ” by Prof. Tamara Broderick (MIT) and Prof. Joshua Chan (UTS) from July 10th to July 14th.
The topic of the second week will be “High-Dimensional Econometrics” by Prof. Mehmet Caner (OSU) and Prof. Anders Bredahl Kock (Aarhus and CREATES) from July 17th to July 21st.
The new deadline for applications is May 31st, 2017. More details at http://www.side-iea.it/events/summer-schools/non-parametric-bayesian-models-big-data-and-macrofinance and http://www.side-iea.it/events/summer-schools/high-dimensional-econometrics.
Additional details can be found on https://sites.google.com/site/jurimarcucci/cide_summer_school.
On June 25-29, 2017 CEBRA is organizing five sessions at the 2017 annual meeting of the Western Economic Association International in San Diego. The program is outlined below and the time schedule of the sessions will be posted on the web page of WEAI later this year.
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Bold indicates the scheduled presenter.
SESSION 1: The Future of Unconventional Monetary Policies
ORGANIZER: PAU RABANAL, IMF
- Margarita Rubio (University of Nottingham), “Macroprudential Policies in a Low Interest-Rate Environment”
- Annukka Ristiniemi (Riksbank), “Quantitative easing and the price-liquidity trade-off”
- Mario Crucini (Vanderbilt), Did Unconventional Fiscal Policy under the ARRA Help Those Most In Need? A County-Level Analysis
- Pau Rabanal (IMF), “Should Unconventional Monetary Policies Become Conventional?”
SESSION 2: Applied Macroeconomics and Time Series Econometrics
ORGANIZER: TATSUMA WADA, Keio University
- Andreas Fischer (Swiss National Bank), “Portfolio rebalancing in times of stress”
- Ine Van Robays (ECB), “Time-variation in US monetary policy spillovers: Good versus bad times”
- Martin Berka (University of Auckland), “Structural determinants of real exchange rates in the OECD”
- Tatsuma Wada (Keio Univeristy), TBA
SESSION 3: The effects and transmission of monetary policy
ORGANIZERS: JULIEN CHAMPAGNE and SAMI ALPANDA
- Johannes Wieland (UCSD), “Financial Dampening”
- Kevin Lansing (FRB-SF), “Endogenous Regime Shifts in a New Keynesian Model With a Time-Varying Natural Rate of Interest”
- Julien Champagne (Bank of Canada), “The Macroeconomic Effects of Monetary Policy in a Small-Open Economy : Narrative Evidence from Canada”
- Sami Alpanda (UCF), “Household Debt Overhand and the Transmission of Monetary Policy”
SESSION 4: Asset markets Linkages: Risks and Spillovers
ORGANIZER: YU-CHIN CHEN, University of Washington
- Alexandra Tabova (FRB Board), “Searching for Yield Abroad: Risk-Taking through Foreign Investment in U.S. Bonds”
- Dorislav Dobrev (FRB Board), “High-Frequency Cross-Market Trading: Model Free Measurement and Applications”
- Anthony Landry (Bank of Canada), “Capital-Goods imports and US Growth”
- Yu-chin Chen (Washington), “Exchange rates and yield curves in the era of unconventional monetary policies”
SESSION 5: Central bank policy and household decisions
ORGANIZER: XIN ZHANG, Riksbank
- Chomsisengphet Souphala (Office of the Comptroller of the Currency), “Monetary Policy Shock, Cash Demand and Consumption: Evidence from Turkey”
- Matilda Kilström (Riksbank), “Household Debt and Monetary Policy: Revealing the Cash-Flow Channel”
- Edison Yu (Philadelphia Fed), “Uncertainty and Consumer Credit Decisions”
- Xin Zhang (Riksbank), “Monetary Normalizations and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Fed Liftoff and Online Lending”