XXV WORKSHOP ON DYNAMIC MACROECONOMICS

JULY 1-3, 2020
Pazo de Soutomaior
VIGO (Spain)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PROGRAM 2019

Tuesday, 9 July

10:00-11:00: Vladimir Smirnyagin (University of Minnesota), “Uncertainty driven entry and exit over the business cycle.” [PDF]

11:00-12:00: Borja Petit (Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros), “Aggregate effects of firing costs with endogenous firm productivity growth.” [PDF]

12:00-12:30: break

12:30-13:30: Andrey Alexandrov (University of Mannheim), “Trends and business cycle asymmetry.” [PDF]

13:30-14:30: Kathrin Ellieroth (Indiana University), “Spousal insurance, precautionary labor supply, and the business cycle: A quantitative analysis.” [PDF]

14:30-16:00: lunch

16:00-17:00: Diana Van Patten Rivera (University of California, Los Angeles), “International diffusion of technology: Accounting for heterogeneous learning abilities.” [PDF]

17:00-18:00: Agustín Samano Peñaloza (University of Minnesota), “International reserves and central bank independence.” [PDF]

18:00-18:30: break

18:30-19:30: Oliko Vardishvili (European University Institute), “The macroeconomic cost of college dropouts.” [PDF]

 

Wednesday, 10 July

9:30-10:30: Nicholas Pretnar (Carnegie Mellon University), “The costs and benefits of caring: Aggregate burdens of an aging population.” [PDF]

10:30-11:30: Ismael Gálvez Iniesta (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), “The role of immigration in a deep recession: The case of Spain.” [PDF]

11:30-12:00: break

12:00-13:00: Ana Moreno Maldonado (European University Institute), “Mums and the city: Female labour force participation and city size.” [PDF]

13:00-14:00: Francisco Javier Rodríguez Román (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), “The sex ratio, marital sorting and labor supply: A Chinese story.” [PDF]

14:00: Lunch

 

Thursday, 11 July

9:30-10:30: Patrick Donnolley Moran (University of Oxford), “Temptation and Commitment: Understanding the Demand for Illiquidity.” [PDF]

10:30-11:30: Christian Hoynck (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), “Assessing the network effects of monetary policy.” [PDF]

11:30-12:00: break

12:00-13:00: Timo Reinelt (University of Mannheim), “The misallocation channel of monetary policy.” [PDF]

13:00-14:00: Sergio Feijoo Moreira (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), “Inside the decline of the labor share: Bringing the tales together.” [PDF]

14:00: lunch