The conference is intended to discuss ongoing research on survey and micro data and its role and usage in macroeconomics. Papers (theoretical, empirical and/or policy-oriented) are actively solicited on issues such as (non-exhaustive list):
- usage of micro-data to address macroeconomic questions
- role of expectations for behavior (of firms or individuals)
- measuring and modeling of uncertainty and its effect on behavior and/or the business cycle
- transmission of cyclical fluctuations
- distributional effects of macroeconomic shocks
- heterogeneity and evaluation of policies
- labor markets and the business cycle
- methodology of business surveys and forecasting performance of survey/micro data in business-cycle research
Preference is given to papers over abstracts.
There is no registration fee for presenters.
There is a fee for non-presenters of 250 Euros. This sum covers all-day refreshments, lunch, and the conference dinner.