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Seminars and Conferences since April 2018

Seminars and Conferences since April 2018

  Time flies… Here is what I did the last since April:     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 … Continue reading

Tenth Conference of the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, Washington, March 23-24, 2018

Tenth Conference of the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, Washington, March 23-24, 2018

On March 23-24, 2018, I attented the Tenth Conference of the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, Washington. The conference was organised by Klaus Adam (University of Mannheim and EABCN),  Matthew Canzoneri (Georgetown University and GCER), Günter Coenen (European Central Bank) and Christopher Erceg (Federal Reserve Board). I have presented my new work with Paul Beaudry, “Real Keynesian Models … Continue reading

Barcelona-Toulouse Skiminar, Andorra, March 8-9 2018

Barcelona-Toulouse Skiminar, Andorra, March 8-9 2018

Edouard Schaal, Vladimir Asriyan (CREI-Universitat Pompeu Fabra)  and Martial Dupaigne (TSE) organized the fourth trans-pyrenenan workshop in macroeconomics in Andorra (El Tarter to be precise), which I like to call a macro skiminar. It has been as good as ever (and even better). Program was: Thursday March 8: – Nicolas Werquin “Generalized Compensation Principle” – Isaac … Continue reading

Où va l’économie?

Où va l’économie?

J’ai participé le 25 janvier à une très intéressante journée organisée par Sandrine Levasseur et Xavier Ragot à l’Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques (OFCE) à Paris. Le programme de la journée était ke suivant: Introduction par Xavier Ragot : Où va l’économie ?     Comment réduire l’instabilité de l’économie ? Michel Aglietta, Finance et … Continue reading

New paper : Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices

New paper : Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices

I posted on my “current work” page a new paper with Paul Beaudry  “Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices“. As written in the abstract, In this paper we present a generalized sticky price model which allows, depending on the parameterization, for demand shocks to maintain strong expansionary effects even in the presence of perfectly flexible … Continue reading

Post-Crisis Macroeconomics Workshop, University of Edinburgh, Tuesday 17th October, 2017

Post-Crisis Macroeconomics Workshop, University of Edinburgh, Tuesday 17th October, 2017

I am attending the Post-Crisis Macroeconomics Workshop organized at University of Edinburgh on Tuesday 17th October, 2017. I will present some new work with Paul Beaudry “Real Keynesian Models and Sticky Prices” According to the MacCaLM page of the workshop, On Tuesday 17th October the project will host a Post-Crisis Marcoeconomics Workshop in Edinburgh. We welcome … Continue reading