We are pleased to announce that on 18-19 May 2023, King’s College London will host a Workshop in Macroeconomics, with presentations on both empirical and theoretical Macroeconomics. The aim of the event is to offer an opportunity to interact and discuss research. The invited speakers for this event are
- Kenza Benhima (University of Lausanne HEC)
- Davide Debortoli (UPF)
- Christian Matthes (Indiana University)
The workshop focuses on recent advances in empirical and theoretical analysis for Macroeconomics. The topics covered include, but are not limited to, structural and reduced form analysis with time series data, Bayesian methods, structural macroeconomic models with applications in International Macro/Finance, Information Frictions, Fiscal Policy, and Monetary Policy.
The event is organized by the Macroeconometrics Network (http://www.macroeconometrics.net/). It is sponsored by the Economics Department of the King’s Business School and by the Qatar Centre for Global Banking and Finance, King’s College London. Travelling and accommodation costs are not covered, and we will charge a fee for participation. Up-to-date information on the workshop will be made available on the website https://www.macroeconometrics.net/events.
The event will take place at King’s Business School, King’s College London, Bush House, 30 Aldwych, London WC2B 4BG. We plan to start in the morning of May 18 and to finish in the afternoon of May 19, before dinner. The workshop is open to both presenters and external participants. PhD students from any year of their PhD are particularly encouraged to submit. The event will take place in person, although we aim to allow for external participants (but not presenters) to follow via Zoom.
For paper submissions, please send a full paper https://forms.gle/KpD9375WzYd1VQ9R7 no later than March 10, 2023. Extended abstracts will not be considered.
Notification of acceptance/rejection can be expected by March 20.
For any questions or problems with the submission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to see you soon at King’s College London.
Majid Al-Sadoon (Durham University)
Rhys Bidder (KCL)
Annika Camehl (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Margaret Davenport (KCL)
Michele Piffer (KCL)