MEF/ECONtribute Seminar (Macro/Econometrics/Finance) Summersemester 2023

Each Event will be announced separatly with more information at least three days ahead.

05.04.2023Alexandre Kohlhas (Oxford)“Expectation and Wealth Heterogeneity in the Macroeconomy”
12.04.2023Matthias Rottner (Bundesbank)“Estimating Nonlinear Heterogeneous Agents Models with Neural Networks”
19.04.2023Nicolas Werquin (Chicago Fed)“A Fair Day’s Pay for a Fair Day’s Work: Optimal Tax Design as Redistributional Arbitrage”
26.04.2023Andreas Fagereng “Assortative Mating and Wealth Inequality”
03.05.2023Erwan Gautier (Bank of France)“HOW DO GASOLINE PRICES RESPOND TO A COST SHOCK?”
10.05.2023Chris Busch (LMU)_cancelled“Stage-Based Identification of Policy Effects”
17.05.2023Krzysztof Pytka (Mannheim)“Shopping Frictions and Household Heterogeneity: Theory and Empirics”
07.06.2023Masao Fukui (Boston University)“The Macroeconomic Consequences of Exchange Rate Depreciations”
14.06.2023Anna Zaharieva (Bielefeld Univeristy)“How Have You Found Your Job? Effects of the Job Search Channels on Labour Market Outcomes in Germany”
21.06.2023Johannes Fleck (FED Board, Minneapolis)“Tax and Transfer Progressivity at the US State Level”
28.06.2023Zsofia Barany (Central European University)“Late Bloomers? The Causes and Consequences of Graduating from College Later in Life”
05.07.2023Leo Kaas (Frankfurt)“Labor and Wealth Dynamics in Equilibrium”
12.07.2023Karen Kopecky (Atlanta Fed) “The Downward Spiral”
14.07.2023Burhan Kuruscu (Toronto)“Taxing Wealth and Capital Income when Returns are Heterogeneous”
Juridicum, Andenaueralle 24-42, Faculty Room, 12:15-13:30