Warning: this are the results of an anonymous Google poll. I have no control on who are the respondents and how representative they are. Responses were collected between April 24 and May 7, 2020. I have now gathered 75 responses to the Google poll on next year Econ job market prospects. Summary: Results are showing …
I have posted in the “Previous exams” section of the course page an example of a “Course Assessment” exam, which is a minor revision of the 2018-2019 exam. Note that the weights assigned to each question have changed (20% for part A, 40% for B, 40% for C). These are the weights that will be used …
I have posted lectures 4 and 5 slides. I have also now posted all the problem sets and partial solutions.
I have posted the first set of slides related to lecture 4 on business cycles.
I have posted the full set of slides related to lecture 3.
I have posted the slides of the first part of lecture 3.
I have posted problem set 2.
I have posted lecture 2 slides and updated lecture 1 slides.
I have posted lecture 1 class notes and Problem set 1
I have posted lecture 1 slides.
Today, I have posted the exercices in Ljundqvist & Sargent RMT 4th ed., Ch. 8 and 9.
Today, I have posted slides for lecture 8 and 9 and problem sets 8 and 9.
This year page of the course was created last week. Slides for lecture 6 and problem set 6 were posted. Today, I have posted slides for lecture 7 and problem set.
I have presented my work with Chenyu Hou andPaul Beaudry and Dana Galizia, “Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices” at the Nottingham School of Economics yesterday. Thanks to Marta Aloi, Giammario Impullitti, Omar Licandro and the school faculty for their invitation and hospitality.
Harris Dellas has organized a new edition of a great series of conferences (named after the original location, the island of Hydra near Athens in Greece). I have been lucky to be invited again to discuss a paper of V. V. Chari, Juan Pablo Nicolini & Pedro Teles entitled “Optimal Cooperative Taxation in the Global Economy” (see …