Research Events

  • 2015
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  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010

2015 Events

Seminars

  • Lutz Killian, University of Michigan
    March 5
  • Todd Walker, University of Indiana
    March 27
  • Giuseppe Moscarini, Yale University
    April 3,
  • Guido Lorenzoni, Northwestern University
    April 10, 2015
  • Nicholas Sly, University of Oregon
    April 17

2014 Events

Seminars

  • From Boom to Bust: A Typology of Real Commodity Prices in the Long Run
    David Jacks, Simon Fraser University
    December 3
  • Financial Crisis and the Supply of Corporate Credit (with Wayne Lee and Timothy Yeager)
    Santiago Barraza, University of Arkansas
    November 17
  • Estimating and Forecasting Trend Labor Force Participation
    Daniel Sullivan, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
    November 17
  • QE Equivalence to Interest Rate Policy: Implications for Exit
    Samuel Reynard, Swiss National Bank
    November 14
  • Demand Shocks and Endogenous Uncertainty
    Diego Vilan, University of Southern California
    November 12
  • The Impact of Regional and Sectoral Productivity Changes on the U.S. Economy (with Fernando Parro, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg and Pierre-Daniel Sarte)
    Lorenzo Caliendo, Yale University
    November 10
  • The Role of Two Frictions in Geographic Price Dispersion: When Market Friction Meets Nominal Rigidity
    CY Choi, University of Texas Arlington
    November 3
  • Micro Data and Macro Technology (with Devesh Raval)
    Ezra Oberfield, Princeton University
    October 27
  • What Drives Commodity Returns? Market, Sector or Idiosyncratic Factors? (with Jun Ma and Andrew Vivian)
    Mark Wohar, University of Nebraska Omaha
    October 21
  • Gender and Occupational Outcome
    Elisa Keller, Durham University Business School
    October 14
  • Optimal Monetary and Fiscal Policy at the Zero Lower Bound in a Small Open Economy
    Saroj Bhattarai, University of Texas, Austin
    October 10
  • The Consequences of an Unknown Debt Target (with Alexander Richter)
    Nathaniel Throckmorton, College of William and Mary
    October 6
  • Trade Costs and Markups (with Alexander McQuoid)
    Loris Rubini, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
    October 2
  • Estimating Fiscal Multipliers with Essential Heterogeneity (with Emmanuoil Kitsios)
    Manasa Patnam, CREST (ENSAE)
    September 22
  • Estimating Cross-Border Securities Positions: New Data and New Methods (with Carol Bertaut)
    Ruth Judson, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
    September 5
  • Europe's Linkages with the World: Has EU Integration Been as Successful as Global Integration?
    David Gould, World Bank
    July 7
  • Economic Revolution: Song China and England
    Ronald Edwards, Tamkang University
    June 24
  • Policy Regime Change Against Chronic Deflation? Policy Option Under a Long-term Liquidity Trap (with Yoshiyuki Nakazono and Kozo Ueda)
    Ippei Fujiwara, Keio University and Australian National University
    June 23
  • A Model of Monetary Policy Shocks for Financial Crises and Normal Conditions
    Victor Valcarcel, Texas Tech University
    June 20
  • Domestic Value Added in Exports: Theory and Firm Evidence from China (with Hiau Looi Kee)
    Heiwai Tang, Johns Hopkins University
    May 23
  • Welfare Effects of Structural Balance Fiscal Rules
    Alvaro Aguirre, Central Bank of Chile
    May 19
  • A Macroeconomic Analysis of Career Choice and Earnings Risk in the Labor Market (with Pedro Silos)
    German Cubas, University of Houston
    May 12
  • Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One (with John Knowles)
    Guillaume Vandenbroucke, University of Southern California
    May 9
  • Shadow Banking: The Money View
    Zoltan Pozsar, Senior adviser at the U.S. Department of Treasury and visiting Scholar at the IMF
    April 17
  • Commodity Price Comovement and Global Economic Activity (with Ron Alquist)
    Olivier Coibion, University of Texas, Austin
    April 16
  • Measuring the Macroeconomic Impact of Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound
    Jing Cynthia Wu, University of Chicago, Booth
    April 7
  • The Stimulative Effect of Forward Guidance
    Benjamin Keen, University of Oklahoma
    March 28
  • The Mechanics of Aggressive Tax Planning by U.S. Multinationals
    Frank Barry, Trinity College, Dublin
    March 17
  • Global Dynamics at the Zero Lower Bound
    Alexander Richter, Auburn University
    March 11
  • Geographic Barriers to Commodity Price Integration: Evidence from US Cities and Swedish Towns
    Mario Crucini, Vanderbilt University
    March 5
  • An Imperfectly Competitive Model of the World Natural Gas Market
    Burcu Cigerli, Centrica plc
    February 7
  • The Financial Accelerator and the Optimal Lending Contract (with Jonathan Hoddenbagh)
    Mikhail Dmitriev, Boston College
    February 6
  • Production and Distribution in International Trade: Evidence from Matched Exporter-Importer Data
    Felipe Benguria, University of Virginia
    February 5
  • Credit Shocks and the U.S. Business Cycle: Is This Time Different?
    Raju Huidrom, University of Virginia
    February 4
  • Who Loses Under Power Plant Cap-and-Trade Programs?
    Mark Curtis, Georgia State University
    February 3
  • The Choice of Exchange Rate Regime: A Welfare Based Analysis
    Kimberly Berg, University of Notre Dame
    January 31
  • Does the Stock Market React Slowly to Oil Price Shocks?
    Lance Bachmeier, Kansas State University
    January 30
  • 150 Years of Boom and Bust: What Drives Mineral Commodity Prices?
    Martin Stuermer, University of Bonn
    January 28
  • Can Interest Rate Factors Explain Exchange Rates?
    Julieta Yung, University of Notre Dame
    January 27
  • The Optimal Design of a Fiscal Union (with Mikhail Dmitriev)
    Jonathan Hoddenbagh, Boston College
    January 22
  • The Effects of Oil Price Uncertainty on Global Real Economic Activity
    Soojin Jo, Bank of Canada
    January 17
  • Are All U.S. Credit Unions Alike (with Diego A. Restrepo-Tobon and Subal C. Kumbhakar)
    Emir Malikov, SUNY Binghamton
    January 15
  • Mortgage Amortization and Welfare (with Luisa Lambertini)
    Chiara Forlati, École Polytechnique Fédéerale de Lausanne
    January 13

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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