CEMFI Summer School

CEMFI Summer School

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Type

Summer schools

Study Options

Full Time

Fees

Regular fees: 800 - 1900 EUR

International Fees : 800 - 1900 EUR

Comment:

Academic fees are only applicable to full-time university faculty or full-time graduate students. PhD students may opt for an additional discount of EUR 300 by sending a letter and a CV addressed to the Director of the CSS (css@cemfi.es) before 15 June documenting the circumstances which might justify this discount.

The application deadline for this course has passed. We will update the information for the 2020 intake later during the year. Meanwhile, please check the 2019 course content as a reference or contact us at css@cemfi.es for more information.

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 XIX 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 2019 edition:

 

19-23 August 2019

Empirical Analysis of Firm Performance by Jan de Loecker (KU Leuven)

DSGE and Time-Series Models for Macroeconomic and Policy Analysis by Marco del Negro (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

Behavioral Finance: Market Bubbles and Crashes by Harrison Hong (Columbia University)

Causal Inference in Corporate Finance by JosΓ© MarΓ­a Liberti (Northwestern University and DePaul University)

 

26-30 August 2019

Monetary and Fiscal Policy in a Monetary Union by Russell Cooper (European University Institute)

Machine Learning in Credit Markets by Ansgar Walther (Imperial College London)

 

2-6 September 2019

Panel Data Econometrics by Steve Bond (University of Oxford)

Machine-Learning Tools for Economists by Stephen Hansen (University of Oxford)

Macroeconomics and Climate Change by John Hassler (IIES, Stockholm University) and Per Krusell (IIES, Stockholm University)


 

PREREQUISITES:

See the description of each course for prerequisites.


 

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS:

All courses are taught in English.


 

CLASS SIZE:

Less than 36 students.


 

AVERAGE % OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS:

Around 50%.


 

COURSE INSTRUCTORS/PROFESSORS:

Top academic professors in the area of economics and finance.

 

Courses for 2020 Summer School will be confirmed in the new year!

 

More Information

Posted on

Start Date

End Date

Application Deadline

Type

Summer schools

Study Options

Full Time

Fees

Regular fees: 800 - 1900 EUR

International Fees : 800 - 1900 EUR

Comment:

Academic fees are only applicable to full-time university faculty or full-time graduate students. PhD students may opt for an additional discount of EUR 300 by sending a letter and a CV addressed to the Director of the CSS (css@cemfi.es) before 15 June documenting the circumstances which might justify this discount.

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