I have posted updated lecture 2 slides.
I am very happy to be with Michèle Tertilt and Romain Wacziarg a keynote speaker at the ADRES doctoral conference that is organised by AMSE in Marseille (Special thanks to Frédéric Dufourt). I will present my joint work with Paul Beaudry and Dana Galizia on business cycles. To quote the organizers, “The conference aims at …
I have posted the slides of Lecture 3 and problem sets 2 to 4.
I have posted class notes for session 4.
I have posted class notes for sessions 1, 2 & 3.
I have posted class notes for sessions 1 & 2.
I have posted lecture 2 slides and problem set 2.
I have posted lecture 1 slides, problem set 1 and 2017-2018 exam with solution .
As the chair of the UCL junior recruiting committee for this year, I will attend the AEA job market in Atlanta on January 4-5-6, 2019.
As the chair of the UCL junior recruiting committee for this year, I attended the EEA job market in Naples on December 7 and 8, 2018. We conducted two days of interviews and talked with many great job market candidates. Duplicating recruiting interviews (EEA and then AEA in Atlanta in January 2019) is a bit …
I visited the Econ department of the University of Manchester on December 4 and presented my joint work with Paul Beaudry and Chenyu Hou “Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices”.
I visited Luiss Guido Carli University on November 21 and presented my joint work with Paul Beaudry and Chenyu Hou “Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices”.
I am spending the week at Econ. department of Cornell University. I am teaching a short class on cycles, and giving a talk Thursday, where I will present my work with Paul Beaudry and Dana Galizia, “Putting the Cycle Back In Business Cycle Analysis”. I have been invited by Julieta Caunedo, Kris Nimark and Mathieu Taschereau-Dumouchel. Here are …
Time flies… Here is what I did the since April 2018: April 26-26 2018, London: I attended the Joint ECB-IMF-BoE workshop at the Bank of England, entitled “International Spillovers of Shocks and Macroeconomic Policies“. Program is here. I discussed two very nice papers on the identification on monetary policy shocks: “International spillovers …
Following a batch of questions, I did the following update to correct some typos – class notes of session 3 : see slide 11 – Lecture 2 slides: see slide 15 – Solution to problem set 3 : see problem I, question 1. All the material is posted on the course page.