The Penn Institute for Economic Research is introducing in 2015 a new, unique workshop providing essential training on state-of-the-art quantitative tools for analyzing macroeconomic policy from the world’s leading experts at the University of Pennsylvania. The workshop consists of three course units and two presentations by distinguished guest speakers. Each course unit includes six hours of lectures plus three hours of lab work, covering financial and macro monitoring and forecasting, recent advances in DSGE model estimation, and nonlinear models of credit booms, financial crises and macroprudential regulation.

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