Heterogeneous-Agent Macro in the Sequence Space, EABCN Training School, University of Mannheim

Date: 

Wednesday, 15 June 2022 to Friday, 17 June 2022

Venue: 

University of Mannheim

Professor Ludwig Straub (Harvard University) will teach the EABCN Training School “Heterogeneous-Agent Macro in the Sequence Space” in Manheim.

More details will follow soon.

Please find the call for applications here.

Deadline: 

April 01, 2022

 

Euro Area Business Cycle Network Training School: New Challenges to Monetary Policy, September 2-3, 2022

Date: 

Friday, 2 September 2022 to Saturday, 3 September 2022

Venue: 

University of Mannheim

The conference covers a broad range of themes related to the conduct of monetary policy. It will bring together recent contributions in this area of research, including studies with a strong theoretical basis and empirical papers. A non-exclusive list of examples of relevant topics includes:
▪ The role of climate change for monetary policy
▪ Monetary policy response to supply-side disturbances and structural change
▪ Monetary and fiscal interactions: monetary policy with high public debt levels
▪ The role of firm, product and consumer heterogeneity for monetary policy
▪ The role of expectations and communication in monetary policy
▪ Digital assets and the unit of account role of money


Ludwig Straub (Harvard University) and Michael Weber (University of Chicago) are confirmed invited speakers.

Call for papers: 

call_mannheim_2022_v3.pdf

Deadline: 

March 31, 2022

Conference in Honour of Ramon Marimon, European University Institute, Florence, June 3, 2022

Conference in Honour of Ramon Marimon, European University Institute, Florence, June 3, 2022, program

Economic Perspectives on Societal Challenges: Mannheim Workshop on Firm Heterogeneity and Macroeconomics, June 03-04, 2022


The workshop will be in-person at the University of Mannheim on June 03-04, 2022.
Mannheim is conveniently located in close proximity to Frankfurt airport (30 minutes by
train).


We are delighted to announce that Simon Gilchrist (NYU) and Virgiliu Midrigan (NYU)
have confirmed their participation as keynote speakers.
Please find the final program here.