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CEPR Conference: The Politics of Regulation and Central Banking

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This is the first edition of an annual conference series on the Political Economy of Finance. Three leading Dutch universities – Erasmus University Rotterdam, Tilburg University, and the University of Amsterdam – will host the annual event in order to build a European platform for researchers in this highly topical area, usually treated separately in economics and finance. For its first edition, the conference will be dedicated to exploring the intersections between political economy and central banking.

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CopenhagenMacro Days

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Danmarks Nationalbank, the University of Copenhagen and VMACS – Virtual Macro Seminars will host the CopenhagenMacro Days, a series of events bringing together leading researchers, junior scholars and experts from the policy community in the field of macroeconomics, macro-labor, macro-finance and international economics.
 

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Inflation: Dynamics, Expectations, and Targeting

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Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to postpone the conference that was scheduled to be held on June 30-July 1 in Jerusalem. A Decision concerning this event will be taken in the future. In any case all papers already submitted will be considered.

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Closing the Gaps: The Future of Stabilisation Policies in a Low Interest Rate Environment

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In light of the COVID-19 situation and the uncertainty surrounding the possibility to hold large events in early October guaranteeing the safety and well-being of all the participants, the organisers have finally decided to postpone the Bank of Italy-CEPR conference on "Closing the Gaps: The Future of Stabilisation Policies in a Low Interest Rate Environment" to June 2021.

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Asymmetries, Nonlinearities, Information Effects, and Other Curios in Monetary Economics

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS MEETING HAS BEEN POSTPONED. THE NEW DATE WILL SOON BE COMMUNICATED

The world seems not to work as prescribed by standard theory. Why not? Why do monetary policy actions not always elicit the same financial market and real economy responses? What are the empirical regularities and the theories that help us make sense of these?

Bilkent Economics, together with CEPR, is organizing a workshop on monetary economics, with emphasis on heterogeneity of policies and responses to these. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

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EABCN Conference on " Empirical Advances in Monetary Policy"

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The spread of the coronavirus has resulted in many events around the world being cancelled, postponed or reformatted to allow for remote participation. Please note that CEPR is monitoring developments very carefully and liaising with all conference organisers regarding the best course of action to take for each event. If you are applying for or scheduled to attend one of our events, please look out for direct communications regarding your event from each organiser.

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EABCN Training School on "Fiscal Policy: Estimating Causal Evidence and Positive Theory"

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28th CEPR European Summer Symposium in International Macroeconomics (ESSIM)

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A joint meeting of the following programmes: International Macroeconomics and Finance (IMF), Monetary Economics and Fluctuations (MEF) and Macroeconomics and Growth (MG), hosted by the Banque de France, Paris, 13-15 May 2020.

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EABC DATING COMMITTEE CONFERENCE ON FINDING THE GAP

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FINDING THE GAP
Output Gap Measurement in the Euro Area
European University Institute, Florence, Italy

 

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Heterogeneous Agents or Heterogeneous Information: Which Route for Monetary Policy?

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Please use Firefox, Chrome, Edge or any other web browser that is not Internet Explorer when applying online. Detailed instructions on how to submit a paper can be found at the bottom of this page.

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