Spring 2017

Macro and International Macro Workshop

Spring 2017

Date: Thursdays
Time: 12:15pm - 1:15pm
Location: Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building Room 399

February 9 Joshua Bernstein
Optimal Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents

Christian Wolf
Perturbation Methods for Heterogeneous-Agent Models

February 16 Nicolas Fernandez-Arias
Population aging, technology diffusion and productivity growth

Adrien Bilal
Occupations, Firms and Inequality in the U.S.

February 23 Kazushige Matsuda
Heterogeneous returns to education and educational attainment

Christine Ostrowski
Easy Tasks and Flat Firms in China

March 2 Yannick Timmer
Financial Frictions and the Great Productivity Slowdown

March 9 Paul Ho
A Robust Control Approach to Prior Sensitivity Analysis in DSGE Models

March 16 Emil Verner
Household Debt Structure and the Real Economy: Evidence from an Emerging Market

March 23 Spring Break - No Presentation

March 30 Dmitry Mukhin
An Equilibrium Model of the International Price System

April 6Fernando Mendo
Inside Money and Debt Settlements (with Saki Bigio)

April 13 Federico Huneeus
Firm's Production Networks Dynamics

April 20 Clara Santamaria
Differences in inequality across cities. The role of worker-to-manager matching

April 27Julia Fonseca
The Impact of Corporate Credit on Labor Markets and Household Balance Sheets: Evidence from Brazil

May 4
Sergii Kiiashko
Sovereign Debt Maturity Structure, Fiscal Policy and Default

May 11 Niklas Engbom
Firm and Worker Dynamics in an Aging Labor Market