Seminar für Makroökonomie
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Macro Research Seminar

Summer 2021

Description: Field workshop in macroeconomics. Graduate students and faculty at the Department of Economics as well as colleagues from other institutions present their research.

Audience: Graduate students and faculty interested in macroeconomics.

Organizers: Lukas Buchheim and Peter Zorn

Schedule: Wednesday, 10:30  – 11:45

Location: All meetings will be virtual. Please contact Peter Zorn if you want to join.

DateSpeakerTitle

14-Apr-2021                  

Basile Grassi (Bocconi)

The hitchhiker’s guide to production function estimation

21-Apr-2021

Assaf Sarid (Haifa)

The Wheels of Change: Technology Adoption, Millwrights, and the Persistence in Britain’s Industrialization

28-Apr-2021

Alex Schwemmer (LMU)

Sascha Bützer (IMF + LMU)      

On the performance of makeup strategies under bounded rationality

Making monetary policy more equitable and more effective, preserving central bank solvency: A how-to guide

5-May-2021

Ctirad Slavik (CERGE-EI)

Organization of Knowledge and Taxation

12-May-2021

Matthias Meier (Mannheim)

Corporate Debt Maturity Matters for Monetary Policy

19-May-2021

Casper Worm Hansen (Copenhagen)

How the Other Half Died: Immigration and Mortality in US Cities

26-May-2021

15:00-16:15

Katarína Borovičková (NYU)

Consistent Evidence of Duration Dependence in Price Changes

2-Jun-2021

15:00-16:15

Thomas Drechsel (Maryland)

Income Inequality, Financial Intermediation, and Small Firms

9-Jun-2021

Lukas Rosenberger (LMU)

Manfei Li (LMU)

Invention, Imitation, and Technological Leadership during the Industrial Revolution

Spoiled Kids? Or Not? Age and Generation Effects on Luxury Expenditure

16-Jun-2021

Uwe Sunde (LMU)

Unified Growth Theory and the Facts of Long-Run Growth

23-Jun-2021

Johannes Pfeifer (UniBW)

Uncertainty Shocks in Currency Unions

30-Jun-2021

Peter Zorn (LMU)

Demand or Supply? Price Adjustment during the Covid-19 Pandemic

7-Jul-2021

Jin Cao (Norges Bank)

Matthias Schlegl (Sophia University)

The Nobel Peace Prize Trade Shock, Bank Lending, and the Real Economy

Structural unemployment, underemployment, and secular stagnation

14-Jul-2021

Hitoshi Tsujiyama (Frankfurt)

Practical Optimal Income Taxation