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2nd EABCN Conference on Asset Prices and the Macro Economy


University of Mannheim, Fuchs-Petrolub-Festsaal O138

This second EABCN macro-finance conference will cover innovative work advancing our knowledge of macro-financial linkages. Theoretical and empirical contributions are both welcome. Nicola Gennaioli (Bocconi University & CEPR) and Stefan Nagel (Booth School of Business, University of Chicago & CEPR) will be the keynote speakers.

The conference covers a broad range of themes related to challenges and advancements in understanding business cycle behavior. It seeks to bring together recent contributions in this area of research, including studies with strong theoretical basis and empirical papers.

A non-exclusive list of examples of relevant topics include:

- Alternative sources for demand-like and supply-like aggregate disturbances - The role of uncertainty, asymmetries, country characteristics, and asset markets for the behavior of business cycles - New empirical facts characterizing business cycle fluctuations - The role of medium or long-run trends (globalization, digitalization, automation, etc.) in shaping business cycle outcomes - The role of firm and consumer heterogeneity for business cycles behavior

George-Marios Angeletos (MIT and NBER), Nir Jaimovich (University of Zurich and CEPR) and Franck Portier (University College London and CEPR) are confirmed invited speakers, and we welcome further relevant submissions.

The conference is organized by: Klaus Adam(University of Oxford & Nuffield College, EABCN and CEPR) Elisa Faraglia (University of Cambridge, EABCN and CEPR), and Isabel Schnabel (University of Bonn and CEPR).

You can find the programme here.

 The event is hosted by the University of Mannheim and sponsored by the EABCN and the Collaborative Research Centre TR 224 at the University of Mannheim. Funding is available for travel expenses for academic participants presenting their research. Expenses will be reimbursed according to the standard CEPR travel guidelines. Costs will not be covered for central bank participants.