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CEMFI SUMMER SCHOOL offers top-level training for academics, central bankers, and practitioners. Participants are exposed to the latest developments in each field. Courses are taught within a five-day period and provide an intensive, rigorous, and in-depth analysis of the topics covered. See our website for more information: http://www.cemfi.es/studies/css
CEMFI is an independent non-profit foundation created by the Bank of Spain. CEMFI's faculty is committed to high-quality research, and faculty members publish in the most prestigious international journals. Moreover, CEMFI is widely known for its excellence in teaching.
CEMFI occupies a beautiful 19th century palace located in a quiet area in the center of Madrid, between the Retiro Park and the Prado Museum.
The following 9 courses are offered in the 2017 edition:
21 - 25 August 2017
Market Engineering in Empirical Industrial Organization and Finance by Jakub Kastl (Princeton University)
28 August – 1 September 2017
Machine-Learning Methods for Economists by Stephen Hansen (Oxford University)
Estimation, Forecasting, and Policy Analysis with DSGE and Time Series Models by Marco del Negro (Federal Reserve Board of New York)
Treatment Effects and the Econometrics of Program Evaluation by Alberto Abadie (MIT)
Credit Risk Modeling: Lessons from the Crisis by Michael Gordy (Federal Reserve Board)
4 - 8 September 2017
The Analysis of Public-Debt Sustainability by Enrique Mendoza (University of Pennsylvania)
Competition, Regulation, and Risk-Taking in Banking by Rafael Repullo (CEMFI)
11 – 15 September 2017
Panel Data Econometrics by Steve Bond (Oxford University)
Monetary and Fiscal Policy with Heterogeneous Agents by Greg Kaplan (University of Chicago)
See the description of each course for prerequisites.
All courses are taught in English.
Around 30 students.
AVERAGE % OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:
Top academic professors in the area of economics and finance.
- Undergraduate degree in related discipline
- Top academic professors in the area of economics and finance