CEMFI Summer School 2019

Start Date

End Date

Application Deadline

Type

Summer schools

Study Options

Five-Day Intensive Course

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.

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 José María 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.



 

More Information

Start Date

End Date

Application Deadline

Type

Summer schools

Study Options

Five-Day Intensive Course

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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