2021 RCEA Webinar Series
The aim of of the webinar series is to provide a forum for discussion of a multitude of research topics around the RCEA research groups.
RCEA Webinar series is held every other Thursday at 9am PT via ZOOM
"Time-varying Model Averaging via Adaptive LASSO"
November 5 2020, Thursday Alessandro Rebucci, Johns Hopkins University Recording Link
"Estimating Macroeconomic Models of Financial Crises: An Endogenous Regime Switching Approach"
November 19 2020, Thursday George Kapetanios, King's College London Recording Link
" Testing the Adequacy of the Fixed Effects Estimator in the Presence of Cross-section Dependence"
December 3 2020, Thursday Tae-Hwy Lee, University of California Riverside Recording Link
"Optimal Portfolio Using Factor Graphical Lasso"
January 28th 2021, Thursday Tobias Adrian, IMF Recording Link
"Monetary and Macroprudential Policy with Endogenous Risk"
February 11th 2021, Thursday Giovanni Gallipoli, Vancouver School of Economics Recording Link
"Consumption & Income Inequality across Generations" Slides
February 25th 2021, Thursday Gilles Duranton, Wharton School Recording Link
"Urban growth and its aggregate implications " Slides
March 11th 2021, Thursday Paolo Giordani, Norwegian Business School
March 25th 2021, Thursday Alessandro Riboni, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris - Laboratoire d'Econometrie
"Nation-building, nationalism, and wars" Slides
May 13th, 2021, Thursday J. Isaac (Zack) Miller, University of Missouri
"What drives temperature anomalies? A functional SVAR approach"
May 27th, 2021, Thursday Stefano Giglio, Yale University
"Climate change and asset prices"
June 10th, 2021, Thursday Antonin Bergeaud, Banque de France and Centre for Economic Performance
"Technological Change and Domestic Outsourcing"
July 1st, 2021, Thursday Claudio Borio, Bank for International Settlements Paper available on request to RCEA
"Challenges for monetary policy: economic, intellectual and institutional"
September 23rd, 2021, Thursday Adolfo Barajas, IMF
"Loose Financial Conditions, Rising Leverage, and Risks to Macro-Financial Stability"
October 7th, 2021, Thursday Petr Sedlaceck, Oxford University
"Productivity, Profitability and Growth"
October 21st, 2021, Thursday Christian Conrad, University of Heidelberg
"Modelling Volatility Cycles: The (MF)2 GARCH Model" Slides
November 4th, 2021, Thursday Lubos Pastor, University of Chicago
"Dissecting Green Returns"
November 18th, 2021, Thursday Karim Abadir (Imperial College London)
"Vive la Différence! Or How the Diversity of Firms Predicts Macroeconomic (and Financial) Trends and Cycles"
December 2nd, 2021, Thursday Francesco Drudi (European Central Bank)
"Climate Change and Monetary Policy in the Euro Area"
December 16th, 2021, Thursday Joseph Zeira, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"The Israeli Economy: Some Results"