Seminars

Each of our research poles hosts the centre's regular macroeconomics seminars

 

@Cambridge - Macro Seminars

@UCL - Macro Seminars

@LSE - Macro Seminars

Note: All Student WiP Seminars in Michaelmas Term with the exception of 6th December (via Zoom) will be held in-person (32L.1.04)

Monday 11 October: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Hugo Reichardt (E. Ilzetzki)

Monday 18 October: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Akash Raja (E. Ilzetzki) and Patrick Schneider (R. Reis)

Monday 25 October: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Xitong Hui (R. Reis)

Monday 01 November: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Derek Pillay (R. Reis)

Tuesday 02 November: Faculty Work in Progress Seminar
12:00-13:00
Tomer Ifergane: Time to Say Goodbye: The Macroeconomic Implications of Termination Notice

Tuesday 02 November: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Federica Romei, University of Oxford 
Why does capital flow from equal to unequal countries?

Monday 08 November: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Dennis Leonardo Alvaro-Polack (R. Reis)

Tuesday 09 November: Faculty Work in Progress Seminar
12:00-13:00
Ben MollAsset-Price Redistribution

Tuesday 09 November: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Christina Patterson, MIT: National Wage Setting

Monday 15 November: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Edoardo Leonardi (R. Reis and B. Moll)

Tuesday 16 November: Faculty Work in Progress Seminar
12:00-13:00
Ethan Ilzetzki: Zipf’s Law for International Currencies (with Vu Chau and Ken Rogoff)

Tuesday 16 November: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Ralph Luetticke, UCL:  Financial Frictions: Macro vs Micro Volatility 

Monday 22 November: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Junyi Liao (Wouter Den Haan)

Tuesday 23 November: Faculty Work in Progress Seminar
12:00-13:00
Martin Oehmke: Green Capital Requirements

Tuesday 23 November: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Chen Lian, MIT Determinacy without the Taylor Principle

Monday 29 November: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Aditya Soenarjo (R. Reis)

Tuesday 30 November: Faculty Work in Progress Seminar
12:00-13:00
Shengxing Zhang: Risk Sharing and Inequality

Tuesday 30 November: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Alex Rodnyanski, University of Cambridge: The Bond Lending Channel of Monetary Policy

Monday 06 December: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Yu Yi (S. Zhang)

Tuesday 07 December: Faculty Work in Progress Seminar
12:00-13:00
Justas Dainauskas, Consumption Risk Sharing and Global Value Chains

Tuesday 07 December: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Vasco Carvalho, University of Cambridge

 

Monday 17 January 2022: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Arnaud Dyrvre (B. Moll and X. Jaravel)

Monday 24 January: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Loughlan O'Doherty (R. Reis)

Monday 31 January: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Yannick Schindler (Wouter Den Haan)

Monday 07 February: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Jingfeng (Henry) Zhang (S. Zhang)

Monday 14 February: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Soroush Sabet (B. Moll) and Runhong Ma (F. Caselli)

Monday 21 February: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Isaac Martinez-Centero (E. Ilzetzki) and Anaja Kotia (B. Moll) 

Tuesday 22 February 2022: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Romain Ranciere, University of Southern California

Monday 28 February: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Weijie Zhang (B. Moll)

Tuesday 01 March: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Sasha Indarte, University of Pennsylvania

Monday 07 March: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Xitong Hui (R. Reis)

Tuesday 08 March: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00
Diego Perez,

Monday 14 March: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Akash Raja (E. Ilzetzki)

Tuesday 15 March: Money-Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00

11:00-12:00
Hugo Reichardt (E. Ilzetzki)

Tuesday 22 March: Money-Macro Seminar
 14:30-16:00


Monday 28 March: Student Work in Progress Seminar
11:00-12:00
Patrick Schneider (R. Reis)

Tuesday 29 March: Money Macro Seminar
14:30-16:00

Veronica Guerrieri, University of Chicago, Booth

 

 

Archived Seminars - 2019/2020

 

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