Research Events

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2013 Events

2013 Seminars

  • Really Uncertain Business Cycles
    Stephen Terry, Stanford University
    December 2
  • (Taylor) Rules versus Discretion in U.S. Monetary Policy
    David Papell, University of Houston
    October 16
  • Lutz Kilian, University of Michigan
    October 11
  • “Global, Local, and Contagious Investor Sentiment” and “Arbitrage Asymmetry and the Idiosyncratic Volatility Puzzle”
    Yu Yuan, Shanghai Advanced Institute for Finance and Wharton Financial Institutions Center at the University of Pennsylvania
    August 30
  • The Federal Reserve as a Last Resort
    Colleen Baker, University of Notre Dame
    April 16
  • Firms’ Finance, Cyclical Sensitivity, and the Role of Monetary Policy
    Anastasia Zervou, Texas A&M University
    April 10
  • Who Should Pay for Credit Ratings and How?
    Natalia Kovrijnykh, Arizona State University
    March 29
  • Credit Availability and Asset Pricing in Illiquid Markets
    David Ling, University of Florida
    March 1
  • The Role of Inventories and Capacity Utilization as Shock Absorbers
    Danilo Trupkin, Universidad de Montevideo
    January 9

2012 Research Events

2011 Research Events

  • Immigration Policy in an Era of Globalization
    May 19–20, 2011
    Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

2010 Research Events

  • Sizing Up Nanotechnology: The Economic Impact of Nanoelectronics
    Austin, Texas
    December 3, 2010
  • Microeconomic Sources of Real Exchange Rate Behavior
    September 24–25, 2010
    Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
  • U.S. and Mexico Manufacturing: Common Bonds
    November 5, 2010
    El Paso
  • The Euro and the Dollar in the Crisis and Beyond
    March 17, 2010
    Online videos of presentations
  • EU Economic Integration: Lessons of the Past, and What Does the Future Hold?
    Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Dallas, TX, USA.
    March 18, 2010

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