XXIV Workshop on Dynamic Macroeconomics, July 9, 10, 11 , 2019, Pazo de Soutomaior, Vigo, Spain

 With a group of good friends, (Tim Kehoe (University of Minnesota), Árpád Ábráhám (European University Institute), Jaime Alonso-Carrera (Universidade de Vigo), Juan Carlos Conesa (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Antonia Díaz (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Omar Licandro (Instituto del Análisis Económico-CSIC) and J. Víctor Ríos-Rull (University of Minnesota)), I have organized the XXIVth edition of the Vigo Workshop on Dynamic Macroeconomics.  (Jaime is  the real organiser of the workshop). 

The workshop takes place in a fantastic location. It is the perfect combination of good economics (a lot of) and fun (a lot of). Presentation are done by PhD students.

As far as economics is conerned, here wass the program:

Tuesday, 9 July
 
10:00-11:00:  Vladimir Smirnyagin (University of Minnesota), “Uncertainty driven entry and exit over the business cycle.”
 
11:00-12:00:  Andrey Alexandrov (University of Mannheim), “Trends and business cycle asymmetry.”
 
12:30-13:30:  Nicholas Pretnar (Carnegie Mellon University), “The costs and benefits of caring: Aggregate burdens of an aging population.”
 
13:30-14:30:  Diana Van Patten Rivera (University of California, Los Angeles), “International diffusion of technology: Accounting for heterogeneous learning abilities.”
 
16:00-17:00:  Agustín Samano Peñaloza (University of Minnesota), “International reserves and central bank independence.”
 
17:00-18:00:  Oliko Vardishvili (European University Institute), “The macroeconomic cost of college dropouts.”
  
Wednesday, 10 July

10:00-11:00:  Ismael Gálvez Iniesta (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), “The role of immigration in a deep recession: The case of Spain.”


11:30-12:30:  Ana Moreno Maldonado (European University Institute), “Mums and the city: Female labour force participation and city size.”
 
12:30-13:30:  Francisco Javier Rodríguez Román (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), “The sex ratio, marital sorting and labor supply: A Chinese story.”
 
 
Thursday, 11 July

9:30-10:30:  Patrick Donnolley Moran (University of Oxford), “Temptation and Commitment: Understanding the Demand for Illiquidity.”

10:30-11:30:  Christian Hoynck (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), “Assessing the network effects of monetary policy.”

12:00-13:00:  Timo Reinelt (University of Mannheim), “The misallocation channel of monetary policy.”
 
13:00-14:00:  Sergio Feijoo Moreira (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), “Inside the decline of the labor share: Bringing the tales together.”

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