NBER Summer Institute, Boston, Mass., July 6-10, 2015

2008.10.08_NBERFrom July 6 to 10, I attended the Impulse and Propagation Mechanisms group workshop during the 2015 NBER Summer Institute in Boston. I havre presented our recent work with Paul Beaudry and Dana Galicia, “Reviving The Limit Cycle View of Business Cycles“.  The full progam of the workshop is given below.

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH, INC.
SI 2015 Impulse and Propagation Mechanisms
Lawrence Christiano and Martin S. Eichenbaum, Organizers
July 6-10, 2015
University Room – BC
Royal Sonesta Hotel
40 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA
PROGRAM
Monday, July 06
8:30 am Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am

Cosmin Ilut, Duke University and NBER

Rosen Valchev, Boston College

Nicolas Vincent, HEC Montreal

Paralyzed by Fear: Rigid and Discrete Pricing under Demand Uncertainty 

10:00 am Break
10:15 am Javier Bianchi, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Self Fulfilling Unemployment Crises
11:15 am Break
11:30 am Julian Kozlowski, New York University
Laura Veldkamp, New York University and NBER
Venky Venkateswaran, New York University and NBER
The Tail that Wags the Economy: Belief-Driven Business Cycles and Persistent Stagnation
12:30 pm Lunch and Adjourn
Tuesday, July 07
8:30 am Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am Paul Beaudry, University of British Columbia and NBER
Dana S. Galizia, University of British Columbia
Franck Portier, Toulouse School of Economics
Reviving the limit cycle view of Macroeconomic Fluctuations
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Marcus Hagedorn, Institute for Advanced Studies
Jessie Handbury, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Iourii Manovskii, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Demand Stimulus, Inflation and Marginal Costs: Empirical Evidence
11:15 am Break
11:30 am Olivier Coibion, University of Texas at Austin and NBER
Yuriy Gorodnichenko, University of California at Berkeley and NBER
Saten Kumar, AUT University
How Do Firms Form Their Expectations? New Survey Evidence
12:30 pm Lunch and Adjourn
Wednesday, July 08
8:30 am Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am Zvi Eckstein, Boston University
Ofer Setty, Tel Aviv University
David Weiss, Tel Aviv University
Financial Risk and Unemployment
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Jordi Gali, Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional and NBER
Hysteresis and the European Unemployment Problem Revisited
11:15 am Break
11:30 am Vasco M. Carvalho, CREI
Basile Grassi, Paris School of Economics
Large Firm Dynamics and the Business Cycle
12:30 pm Lunch and Adjourn
6:00 pm Clambake at the Royal Sonesta Hotel
Thursday, July 9:
8:30 am Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am Michael Woodford, Columbia University and NBER
Mariana Garcia Schmidt, Columbia University
Are Low Interest Rates Deflationary? A Paradox of Perfect-Foresight Analysis
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Lawrence Christiano, Northwestern University and NBER
Martin Eichenbaum, Northwestern University and NBER
Benjamin Johannsen, Federal Reserve Board
Does the New Keynesian Model have a Multiplicity Problem? 

11:15 am Break
11:30 am Mark Gertler, New York University and NBER
Diego Comin, Dartmouth College and NBER
TBA
12:30 pm Lunch and Adjourn
Friday, July 10
8:30 am Coffee and Pastries
9:00 am Mirko Wiederholt, Goethe University Frankfurt
Empirical Properties of Inflation Expectations and the Zero Lower Bound
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Oscar Jorda, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Moritz Schularick, University of Bonn
Alan M. Taylor, University of California at Davis and NBER
Leveraged Bubbles
11:15 am Break
11:30 am Monika Piazzesi, Stanford University and NBER
Martin Schneider, Stanford University and NBER
Payments, Credit and Asset Prices
12:30 pm Lunch and Adjourn

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