Updated slides for lectures 6 and 11 are posted.
Please note that the exam will be an open book exam. Copies of the slides and any written notes are allowed, books and other typed documents are not allowed. Also note that the exams of the last year can be found on the archive page of the course.
Problem set 7 is posted. Note that some matlab files go with it.
I have posted first part of lecture 13 slides.
The full version of lecture 12 slides is posted.
I have posted problem set 6 and solution to problem set 3
I have posted the first part of the slides of lecture 12.
I have posted the slides of lecture 11.
Problem sets 4 and 5 have been posted.
I have updated lecture 8.5 slides to include the case of exogenous shocks in the asset pricing equation.
I have posted the slides of lecture 10 (a bit too late!).
J’ai participé aujourd’hui au Jéco 2012 (Journées de l’économie) à Lyon. J’interviens dans une session intitulée “La crise … de la science économique”, en compagnie de Roger Guesnerie, Alan Kirman, André Orléans et Jean-Pierre Dupuis. La discussion a été animée par Jean-Marc Vittori. J’ai énormément apprécié cette journée à Lyon: des salles pleines d’un public intéressé par …
I presented my joint paper with Paul Beaudry “A Gains from Trade Approach to Macroeconomic Fluctuations” in a seminar at the department of economics of Cambridge University last Monday. Thanks to Pontus Rendahl for the invitation. Anecdotically, I gave the seminar in a room where is presented one copy of the famous MONIAC (Monetary National …
I attended two weeks ago a conference on “Macroeconomic Modeling in Times of Crisis”. The first day was be dedicated to the interpretation of the recent crisis through the lenses of current DSGE models. The second day focused on the future directions for DSGE modeling, taking into accounts the shortcomings put to light during the …
I have posted the slides of lecture 8.5.