CALL FOR PAPERS
This is to announce that a research workshop on Macroeconomics will be held at the Dutch Central Bank (DNB) on the 18th (afternoon) and 19th of December 2023. The workshop is jointly organised by the DNB, the Tinbergen Institute and the Economics Departments of University of Amsterdam, the Free University of Amsterdam and the Erasmus University Rotterdam.
WORKSHOP THEMES, AIMS AND FUNDING
The workshop aims at bringing together leading researchers, junior scholars and experts from the policy community in the field of macroeconomics, and at fostering interactions between economists in the US (or other parts of the world) and economists in the Netherlands or Europe. Accepted papers will be discussed by an expert in the field. The workshop will consider contributions from all fields of macroeconomics, both theoretical and applied, with particular attention but not exclusive, to the following sub-fields/topics a. Money-macro b. Firm Dynamics and Productivity c. Expectations and the Macroeconomy d. Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity e. Labor Markets f. Public Finance g. (Consumption, Income and Wealth) Inequality h. Identification in Macroeconomics
MONIKA PIAZZESI (Stanford University) and MARTIN SCHNEIDER (Stanford University)
Both theoretical and applied papers will be considered. A decision on participation will be based on a detailed abstract or preferably on a draft paper. Only papers not yet accepted for publication should be submitted. The submission deadline is September 17, 2023. Interested authors are invited to send the paper (or detailed abstract) in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Acceptance will be notified by October 15. Final drafts of the papers will be due by the end of November. The bank will cover accommodation, and travel costs only within the EU.
The program will be organized by Guido Ascari (DNB; University of Pavia), Eric Bartelsman (VU; Tinbergen Institute), Job Boerma (UW Madison), Agnieszka Markiewicz (EUR), Marcelo Pedroni (UvA), Vincent Sterk (UCL).
Amsterdam , Netherlands