Upcoming Events

Special Event
26/09/2016
Banca D'Italia - Rome

Luigi Federico Signorini (Deputy Director General, Banca d‘Italia) will talk about the impact of the downward trend in advanced countries' nominal interest rates and their impact on the measurement of the unobservable determinants of interest rates (inflation expectations, risk premia, natural interest rates), the assessment of the persistence of the causes of current exceptional circumstances, and the short- and long-term risks for price and financial stability.

Deadline: Passed

Recent Events

Training School
19/09/2016 to 21/09/2016
Florence - EUI

Professor Marc J. Melitz (Harvard University)  will survey the newer empirical literature based on firm-level studies of trade, and develop the analytical framework for general equilibrium models of trade with heterogeneous producers. The lectures will then cover applications (both theoretical and empirical) of these models to different subfields of international economics.

June 03, 2016
Conference
24/06/2016 to 25/06/2016
Mannheim

The financial crisis and the subsequent economic recovery were associated with spectacular price movements in a number asset markets. Understanding these fluctuations and their interactions with the macro economy remains challenging. The conference seeks to bring together innovative theoretical and empirical work advancing our knowledge on asset price behaviour.

Training School
01/06/2016 to 03/06/2016
Florence, EUI

The 24th EABCN training school will be a three days course on 'Advances in Bayesian Analysis of DSGE Models' taught by Professor Frank Schorfheide (University of Pennsylvania). The course will cover the recent advances in the Bayesian analysis of dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models, covering both estimation methods and applications.

Conference
18/03/2016 to 19/03/2016
ECB - Frankfurt

The purpose of the ninth conference organised by the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy (IRFMP) is to promote the discussion of innovative research on theoretical and empirical macroeconomic issues with relevance for monetary policy

Conference
21/01/2016 to 22/01/2016
Zurich

The conference covered a broad range of themes in macroeconomics and finance with a view to the medium and long run. A special emphasis was on methodological, theoretical and empirical aspects and on their relevance for economic policy.

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Special Event
28/09/2015
Bank of England

Professor Kristin Forbes (Monetary Policy Commitee, Bank of England) will talk about "Rethinking Current Account Vulnerabilities" and this will be discussed by Gianluca Benigno (LSE and CEPR), Giancarlo Corsetti (University of Cambridge and CEPR) and Frank Smets (ECB and CEPR). Bank of England will host the event.

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