Skiminar, Andorra, March 12-13 2015

skiminarJaume Ventura (CREI-Universitat Pompeu Fabra)  (and not Davide Debortoli as previously written) and Martial Dupaigne (TSE) organized the first trans-pyrenenan workshop in macroeconomics in Andorra (Granvalira to be precise), which I like to call a macro skiminar. It has been the best Barcelona-Toulouse workshop ever organized. Program was:

Thursday March 12.

  • 16h-17h : Davide de Bortoli (CREI), Optimal Government Debt Maturity
  • 17h-18h : Christian Hellwig (TSE), Dispersed Information, Sticky Prices and Monetary Business Cycles: A Hayekian Perspective
  • 18h-18h30 : coffee break
  • 18h30-19h30 : Jordi Gali (CREI), The Effects of a Money-Financed Fiscal Stimulus
  • 19h30-20h30 : Franck Portier (TSE), Reviving the Limit Cycle View of Macroeconomic Fluctuations
  • 21h00 dinner

Friday March 13.

  • 16h-17h : Ryan Charour (Boston College & TSE), Wages and wedges in an estimated labor search model
  • 17h-18h : Fernando Broner (CREI), Rethinking the effects of financial liberalization
  • 18h-18h30: coffee break
  • 18h30-19h30 : Thomas Chaney (TSE), Real Estate Collateral and Labou Demand
  • 19h30-20h30 : Giacomo Ponzetto (CREI), Political integration of heterogeneous regions
  • 21h00 dinner

and the participants were

  • Davide de Bortoli (CREI)
  • Fernando Broner (CREI)
  • Thomas Chaney (TSE)
  • Ryan Charour (Boston College, visiting TSE)
  • Martial Dupaigne (TSE)
  • Patrick Fève (TSE)
  • Jordi Gali (CREI)
  • Christian Hellwig (TSE)
  • Sumudu Kankanmage(TSE)
  • Marti Mestieri (TSE)
  • Giacomo Ponzetto (CREI)
  • Franck Portier (TSE)
  • Robert Ulbricht (TSE)
  • Jaume Ventura (CREI)

skiminar participants Above is a proof of attendance Top row (left to right): Thomas C, Davide D, Jordi G, Franck P, Ryan C, Martial D, Chrsitian H Front row: Martí M, Jaune V, Fernando B, Giacomo P, Sumudu K, Robert U

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