Centre for Finance, Credit and Macroeconomics (CFCM)

All Events

The CFCM Seminar Series provides lectures to staff and students in the school. They regularly host leading economists and external speakers from academic and financial institutions. 

 

Seminars in 2023/24

CFCM Seminar: Anthony Savagar (University of Kent)

Date
28 September 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A39 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Returns to scale and productivity in the macroeconomy

CFCM Seminar: Arpad Abraham (University of Bristol)

Date
12 October 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A44 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Optimal income redistribution (A44, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Lorenza Rossi (Lancaster University)

Date
19 October 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A44 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Nonlinearities with de-anchored inflation expectation (A44, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Mike Elsby (University of Edinburgh)

Date
26 October 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Spatial hysteresis (A01, Highfield House)

CFCM Seminar: Liliana Varela (LSE)

Date
02 November 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Granular corporate hedging under dominant currency (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Joshua Weiss (IIES)

Date
16 November 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A45 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Market concentration, growth, and acquisitions

CFCM Seminar: Francesco Celentano (HEC Lausanne)

Date
23 November 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
B16 Trent Building
Description
CEO succession planning (B16, Trent Building)

CFCM Seminar: Elisa Keller (University of Exeter)

Date
30 November 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C27 Coates
Description
Capital embodied structural change (C27, Coates)

CFCM Seminar: Cosmin Ilut (Duke University)

Date
25 January 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Uncertainty or frictions? A quantitative model of scarce safe assets (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Stefan Gebauer (European Central Bank)

Date
01 February 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A31 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
The macroeconomic effects of a European deposit (re-)insurance scheme (A31, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Christian Siegel (University of Kent)

Date
15 February 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A02 Highfield House
Description
Skill mix and skill premia at the firm level (A02 Highfield House)

CFCM Seminar: Francesco Zanetti (University of Oxford)

Date
22 February 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Dutch disease, unemployment and structural change (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Max Croce (Bocconi University)

Date
29 February 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A02 Highfield House
Description
(A02, Highfield House)

CFCM Seminar: Jane Olmstead-Rumsey (LSE)

Date
07 March 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A40 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Digital platform acquisitions and growth (A40, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Celine Poilly (AMSE, Aix-Marseille University)

Date
14 March 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Fiscal multipliers during disasters (A01, HH)

CFCM Seminar: Pontus Rendahl (Copenhagen Business School)

Date
21 March 2024 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A01 Highfield House
Description
Market power, growth and inequality (A01, HH)

 

Seminars in 2022/23

CFCM Seminar: Eddie Gerba (Bank of England)

Date
22 September 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A39 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Macro-financial interactions in a changing world (A39, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Alessandro Ferrari (University of Zurich)

Date
06 October 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Firm heterogeneity, market power and macroeconomic fragility (C43, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Alex Monje-Naranjo (European University Institute)

Date
13 October 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Of cities and slums (C43, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Oliver De Groot (University of Liverpool)

Date
20 October 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
US Monetary Policy at the Height of the Financial Crisis: A Constrained Optimal Policy Projections Perspective (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Alex Clymo (University of Essex)

Date
27 October 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Accounting for sectoral labour flows: A matching function approach (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Giulio Fella (Queen Mary University of London)

Date
03 November 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Non-linear productivity and investment dynamics (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Christopher Hennessy (London Business School)

Date
17 November 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Randomisation, motivation, and the SUTVA (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Federico Rossi (University of Warwick)

Date
24 November 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Human capital, managerial talent and economic development (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Aysegul Sahin (University of Texas at Austin)

Date
01 December 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The dual US labour market uncovered (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Mathias Hoffman (University of Zurich)

Date
08 December 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Softening the blow: U.S. state-level banking deregulation and sectoral reallocation after the China trade shock (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Lukasz Rachel (UCL)

Date
23 February 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger

CFCM Seminar: Elisa Giannone (CREI)

Date
02 March 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Unequal global convergence (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Isabella Blengini (EHL, Lausanne)

Date
06 March 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Foreign currency debt and expectations (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Salvatore Toni Whited (Michigan)

Date
09 March 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Will central bank digital currency disintermediate banks? (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Nicolas Coeurdacier (Sciences Po)

Date
16 March 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Structural change, land use and urban expansion (zoom)

2nd Edinburgh / Nottingham Joint Macro PhD Workshop

Date
22 March 2023 (14:00-17:30)
Location:
A39 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
(A39, SCGB)

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Salvatore LoBello (Bank of Italy)

Date
23 March 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
(C43)

CFCM Seminar: Sophie Piton (Bank of England)

Date
30 March 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Business creation during COVID-19

CFCM Seminar: Kim Ruhl (Wisconsin)

Date
04 May 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
The aggregate effects of global and local supply chain disruptions: 2020-2022

CFCM Seminar: Joaquin Blaum (Brown)

Date
18 May 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Global firms in large devaluations (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Nico Trachter (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)

Date
25 May 2023 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger
Description
Title: Sectoral development multipliers (C43)

CFCM Seminar: Gustavo Ventura (Arizona State University)

Date
01 June 2023 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The looming fiscal reckoning: Tax distortions, top earners and revenues (zoom)

 

Seminars in 2021/22

CFCM Seminar: Diego Restuccia (University of Toronto)

Date
07 October 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Land security and mobility frictions

CFCM Seminar: Murat Celik (University of Toronto)

Date
14 October 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Style over substance? Advertising, innovation, and endogenous market structure

CFCM Seminar: Maarten De Ridder (LSE)

Date
21 October 2021 (14:00-15:00)
Location:
A4 Law and Social Sciences Building
Description
Market power and innovation in the intangible economy (A4, L&SS)

CFCM Seminar: Huifeng Chang (UCLA)

Date
28 October 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Bonds vs equities: Information for investment

CFCM Seminar: Francois Gourio (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)

Date
04 November 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Capital aggregation and investment prices. How much are investment prices declining?

CFCM Seminar: Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan (University of Maryland)

Date
11 November 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Risk-taking and monetary policy transmission: Evidence from loans to SMEs and large firms

CFCM Seminar: Ester Faia (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Date
18 November 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Dynamic labour reallocation with heterogeneous skills and uninsured idiosyncratic risk

CFCM Seminar: Basile Grassi (Boconni University)

Date
25 November 2021 (14:00-15:00)
Location:
A1 Law and Social Sciences Building
Description
Bottom-up markup fluctuations (A1, L&SS and MS Teams)

CFCM Seminar: Julieta Caunedo (Cornell University)

Date
02 December 2021 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Occupational exposure to capital-embodied technical change

Edinburgh / Nottingham Joint Macro PhD Workshop

Date
09 December 2021 (13:00-16:30)
Location:
C43 Sir Clive Granger, Zoom

CFCM Seminar: Jasmine Xiao (University of Notre Dame)

Date
17 February 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The information driven financial accelerator

*Postponed* CFCM Seminar: Aysegul Sahin (University of Texas at Austin)

Date
24 February 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
*Postponed*

CFCM Seminar: Simon Mongey (University of Chicago)

Date
03 March 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
A46 Trent Building
Description
Minimum wages, efficiency and welfare

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Mike Elsby (University of Edinburgh)

Date
10 March 2022 (15:00-16:00)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Infrequent wage adjustment and unemployment dynamics

CFCM Seminar: Adriano Rampini (Duke University)

Date
17 March 2022 (15:00-16:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Constrained-efficient capital reallocation

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Silvia Miranda Agrippino (Bank of England)

Date
24 March 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
TBC
Description
*Cancelled*

CFCM Seminar: Gustavo Souza (Chicago FED)

Date
31 March 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The labour market consequences of appropriate technology

CFCM Seminar: Krisztina Orban (NBER/Monash)

Date
07 April 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
The inception of capitalism through the lens of firms

CFCM Seminar: Markus Poschke (McGill University)

Date
28 April 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A40 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Gender, work and structural transformation (A40, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Ludo Visschers (University of Edinburgh)

Date
05 May 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
Zoom
Description
Cyclical earnings, career and employment transition (zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Antonin Bergeaud (Banque de France)

Date
12 May 2022 (14:00-15:15)
Location:
A42 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Good rents versus bad rents: R&D misallocation and growth (A42, SCGB)

 

Seminars in 2020/21

CFCM Seminar: George Alessandria (University of Rochester)

Date
08 October 2020
Description
Trade policy is real news: A quantitative analysis of past, present, and future trade costs (via Zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Laura Pilossoph (Federal Reserve Bank, New York)

Date
15 October 2020
Description
Latent heterogeneity in the marginal propensity to consume (via Zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Jose Fillat (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston)

Date
22 October 2020
Description
The impact of regulatory stress tests on bank lending and its macroeconomic consequences (via Zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Michael Waugh (New York University)

Date
29 October 2020
Description
The consumption response to trade shocks: Evidence from the US-China trade war (via Zoom)

CFCM Seminar: Michael McMahon (University of Oxford)

Date
05 November 2020
Description
Monetary policymakers' uncertainty

CFCM Seminar: Jonathan Heathcote (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis)

Date
12 November 2020
Description
The rise of US earnings inequality: Does the cycle drive the trend?

CFCM Seminar: Daniel Xu (Duke University)

Date
19 November 2020
Description
O-Ring Production Networks

CFCM Seminar: Francesco Bianchi (Duke University)

Date
26 November 2020
Description
Belief distortions and macroeconomic fluctuations

CFCM Seminar: Chris Tonetti (Stanford University)

Date
03 December 2020
Description
Accounting for job-to-job moves: Wages versus values

CFCM Seminar: Helene Turon (Bristol University)

Date
10 December 2020
Description
Zero-hour contracts in a frictional labour market

CFCM Seminar: Kenza Benhima (University of Lausanne)

Date
04 February 2021
Description
Foreign currency borrowing and expectations

CFCM Seminar: Ethan Ilzetzki (LSE)

Date
11 February 2021
Description
Government purchases and plant level productivity: Evidence from World War II

CFCM Seminar: Joel David (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)

Date
18 February 2021
Description
Risk-taking, capital allocation and optimal monetary policy

CFCM Seminar: Sebastian Dyrda (University of Toronto)

Date
25 February 2021
Description
Taxes, private equity and evolution of income inequality in the US

CFCM Seminar: Ivan Werning (MIT)

Date
05 March 2021
Description
Taming a Minsky Cycle

CFCM Seminar: Thomas Sampson (LSE)

Date
11 March 2021
Description
The Brexit vote, inflation and UK livings standards

CFCM Seminar: Kurt Mitman (Stockholm University)

Date
25 March 2021
Description
Why does capital flow from equal to unequal countries?

CFCM Seminar: Dan Cao (Georgetown University)

Date
20 May 2021
Description
Real exchange rate dynamics beyond business cycles

CFCM Seminar: Francesco Caselli (LSE)

Date
27 May 2021
Description
Executive pay caps, efficiency, and inequality

  

Seminars in 2019/20

CFCM Seminar: Michael Owyang (St Louis Fed)

Date
03 October 2019
Description
Tax progressivity, economic booms, and trickle up economics (A42, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Julian Neira (Exeter)

Date
10 October 2019
Description
From population growth to firm demographics: Implications for concentration, entrepreneurship, and the labour share (A42, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Franck Portier (UCL)

Date
17 October 2019
Description
Real Keynesian models and sticky prices (A39, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Joseba Martinez (London Business School)

Date
24 October 2019
Description
Automation, growth and factor shares (C43, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Ivan Petrella (University of Warwick)

Date
31 October 2019
Description
Structural scenarioa analysis with SVARs (A42, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Pavel Brendler (Bonn)

Date
07 November 2019
Description
Earnings inequality and income redistribution through social security (A42, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Michael Webb (Stanford)

Date
14 November 2019
Description
The impact of artificial intelligence on the labour market (A42, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Pau Roldan (Bank of Spain)

Date
21 November 2019
Description
International trade and innovation dynamics with endogenous markups (A42, SCGB)

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Fabio Ghironi (University of Washington)

Date
06 March 2020
Description
*Cancelled* Interest rate uncertainty as a policy tool (A40, SCGB)

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Mike Elsby (University of Edinburgh)

Date
12 March 2020
Description
*Cancelled* Firm dynamics, on-the-job search and labour market fluctuations (A39, SCGB)

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Gregor Jarosch (Princeton University)

Date
26 March 2020
Description
*Cancelled* Granular search, market structure and wages (A39, SCGB)

*Cancelled** CFCM Seminar: John Tsoukalas (University of Glasgow)

Date
02 April 2020
Description
*Cancelled* Political economics of fiscal consolidations during the european debt crisis (A39, SCGB)

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Oilver De Groot (University of Liverpool)

Date
07 May 2020
Description
*Cancelled* (A39, SCGB)

*Cancelled* CFCM Seminar: Rafael Dix-Carneiro (Duke University)

Date
14 May 2020
Description
*Cancelled* Globalization, trade imbalances, and labor market adjustment A39, SCGB)

 

 Seminars in 2018/19

Gabriel Ulyssea (University of Oxford)

Date
11 October 2018
Description
Formal and informal firm dynamics

Arna Olafsson (Copenhagen Business School)

Date
18 October 2018
Description
Credit smoothing

Marti Mestieri (Northwestern University)

Date
15 November 2018
Description
The technology frontier and the pattern of international trade

Ken Kuttner (Williams College, Massachusetts)

Date
19 November 2018
Description
Unpacking changes in the funds rate target

Miguel Leon-Ledesma (University of Kent)

Date
22 November 2018
Description
The missing link: monetary policy and the labour share

Tatsuro Senga (Queen Mary University of London)

Date
29 November 2018
Description
Uncertainty, imperfect information, and learning in the international market

Carlos Carrillo Tudela (University of Essex)

Date
07 March 2019
Description
Unemployment and endogenous reallocation over the business cycle

Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi (Bank of England)

Date
21 March 2019
Description
Firm heterogeneity, credit spreads and monetary policy

Tim Lee (Toulouse School of Economics)

Date
28 March 2019
Description
Labour reallocation and wage growth: Evidence from East Germany

Francois Fontaine (Paris School of Economics)

Date
11 April 2019
Description
Wealth, portfolios, and unemployment duration

Matteo Iacoviello (US Federal Reserve Board)

Date
02 May 2019
Description
The economic effects of trade policy uncertainty

Berthold Herrendorf (Arizona State University)

Date
16 May 2019
Description
Quantity measurement, balanced growth and welfare in multi–sector growth models

 

Seminars in 2017/18

Morten Ravn (UCL)

Date
12 October 2017
Description
The macroeconomic effects of government asset purchases: Evidence from postwar US housing credit policy

Anton Nakov (ECB)

Date
19 October 2017
Description
Logit Price Dynamics

Julien Prat (IAE-CSIC)

Date
23 November 2017
Description
An equilibrium model of the market for bitcoin mining

Daniel Gray (University of Sheffield)

Date
07 December 2017
Description
Portfolio allocation, income uncertainty and households' flight from risk

Giulia Iori (City University of London)

Date
01 February 2018
Description
Experiments in networked markets

Alessia De Stefani (Danmarks Nationalbank)

Date
22 February 2018
Description
Waves of optimism: House price history, biased expectations and credit cycles

Axel Gottfries (University of Cambridge)

Date
01 March 2018
Description
Bargaining with renegotiation in models with on the job search

Michael Ehrmann (ECB)

Date
08 March 2018
Description
Starting from a blank page? Semantic similarity in central bank communication and market volatility

Manuel Garcia-Santana (Pompeu Fabra)

Date
03 May 2018
Description
Growing like Spain: 1995-2007

CFCM /GEP Seminar: Pietro Peretto (Duke University, Durham)

Date
10 May 2018
Description
Implications of tax policy for innovation and aggregate productivity growth (A39, SCGB)

CFCM Seminar: Philip Turner (Visiting Lecturer, University of Basel)

Date
31 May 2018
Description
Will central banks cause the the next financial crisis? (A39, SCGB)

CANCELLED: CFCM Seminar Paolo Giordani (LUISS "Guido Carli" University)

Date
21 June 2018
Description
Cancelled (A42, SCGB)
 

Seminars in 2016/17

Christodoulos Stefanadis (University of Piraeus)

Date
29 September 2016
Description
Monopolistic Competition and Inadequate Aggregate Demand

Fabrice Collard (University of Bern)

Date
13 October 2016
Description
Public Debt as Private Liquidity: Optimal Policy

Alfred Duncan (Christ's College Cambridge)

Date
20 October 2016
Description
Financial Macroeconomics with Business Cycle Risk Markets

Christoph Thoenissen (University of Sheffield)

Date
27 October 2016
Description
Commodity prices and labour market dynamics in small open economies

Boris Hofmann (BIS)

Date
03 November 2016
Description
Monetary facts revisited

Herman van Dijk (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Date
17 November 2016
Description
Dynamic Predictive Density Combinations for Large Data Sets in Economics and Finance

Martin Kaae Jensen (University of Leicester)

Date
24 November 2016
Description
Large Dynamic Economies with Aggregate Uncertainty

Arno Hantzsche (Nottingham)

Date
08 December 2016
Description
Sovereign Credit Ratings under Fiscal Uncertainty

Sevi Rodriguez Mora (University of Edinburgh)

Date
26 January 2017
Description
Correlating Social Mobility and Economic Outcomes

Filiz Unsal (IMF)

Date
02 February 2017
Description
Macroprudential policy, incomplete information and inequality: The case of low-income and developing countries

Galo Nuno (Bank of Spain)

Date
23 February 2017
Description
Optimal Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents

Tom Schmitz (University of Bocconi)

Date
02 March 2017
Description
Endogenous growth, firm heterogeneity and the long-run impact of financial crises

Matthias Kredler (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Date
09 March 2017
Description
Why do people leave bequests?

Guido Ascari (University of Oxford)

Date
16 March 2017
Description
Controlling Inflation with changing monetary and fiscal policies: expectations, fiscal guidance and timid regime changes

Javier Ferri and Jose E Bosca (Valencia)

Date
23 March 2017
Description
Heterogeneous Household Finances and the Effect of Fiscal Policy

Martin Summer (Austrian Central Bank)

Date
30 March 2017
Description
Systematic and Systemic Stress Tests: Improving current stress testing frameworks

David Hemous (University of Zurich)

Date
06 April 2017
Description
The spillover effect of top income inequality

Luca Fornaro (Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional & Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Date
18 May 2017
Description
Aggregate Demand Externalities in a Global Liquidity Trap

Petr Sedlacek (University of Bonn)

Date
25 May 2017
Description
The Nature of Firm Growth

Sudipto Karmakar (Bank of Portugal)

Date
08 June 2017
Description
Real Effects of Financial Distress: The Role of Heterogeneity

Andreas Fagereng (Statistics Norway, Research Department)

Date
15 June 2017
Description
Heterogeneity and Persistence in Returns to Wealth
 

Seminars in 2015/16

CFCM Seminar Joerg Breitung (University of Cologne)

Date
19 May 2016
Description
How far can we forecast? Statistical tests of the predictive content (A09 HH)

CFCM Seminar Livio Stracca (European Central Bank)

Date
02 June 2016
Description
Brutal moves? Winners and losers of exchange rate shifts (A09 HH)
 

Seminars in 2014/15

CFCM Public Lecture Richard Barwell (RBS)
Description
The life and times of an investment bank economist
Stylianos Asimakopoulos (Nottingham) -The optimal distribution of the tax burden over the business cycle
Description
Title - The optimal distribution of the tax burden over the business cycle
CFCM Lecture Panicos Demetriades (Leicester)
Description
Title: Europe and the Cyprus Crisis: The Governor's Perspective
Sule Alan (Essex) Good Things Come To Those...
Description
Title:Good Things Come to Those Who (Are Taught How to) Wait: Results from a Randomized Educational Intervention on Time Preference
Peter Smith (York) -Carry, Momentum and Trend Following Returns in the Foreign Exchange Market
Description
Title: Carry, Momentum and Trend Following Returns in the Foreign Exchange Market
Paloma Taltavull (Alicante) The sources of House Price Change: Identifying Liquidity Shocks to the Housing Market
Description
Title: The sources of House Price Change: Identifying Liquidity Shocks to the Housing Market
Marco Bassetto (UCL) -Speculative Runs on Interest Rate Pegs
Description
Title: Speculative Runs on Interest Rate Pegs
Spiros Bougheas (Nottingham) Optimal Organization of Financial Intermediaries
Description
Title: Optimal Organization of Financial Intermediaries
Ivan Jaccard (ECB) Capital flows, intermediation frictions and the adjustment to common shocks
Description
Title: Capital flows, intermediation frictions and the adjustment to common shocks
Michael McMahon (Warwick) Transparency and Deliberation within the FOMC: a Computational Linguistics Approach
Description
A pre-seminar lunch will be served from 12.30pm to 2pm. The presentation will commence at 2pm - title: Transparency and Deliberation within the FOMC: a Computational Linguistics Approach
 

Seminars in 2013/14

Juan S Mora-Sanguinetti (Bank of Spain)
Description
Entrepreneurship, enforcement institutions and access to finance: disaggregated evidence for Spain
Ivan Petrella (Birkbeck, University of London)
Description
"Loss Aversion and the Asymmetric Transmission of Monetary Policy"
Manolis Galenianos (Royal Holloway, University of London)
Description
Hiring Through Referrals
Tianxi Wang (University of Essex)
Description
Simultaneous Reporting of Credit Ratings May Discipline Rating Agencies
Anindya Banerjee (University of Birmingham)
Description
Structural FECM: Cointegration in large-scale structural FAVAR models
Milan Vanko (University of Nottingham) "Persistence of Shocks to Output and Prices in the Eurozone: A Time Series Analysis of Biases in Area-Level Estimates"
Description
Persistence of Shocks to Output and Prices in the Eurozone: A Time Series Analysis of Biases in Area-Level Estimates
Stephen Trypsteen (University of Nottingham)
Description
The role of benefit indexation and the government budget in the growth-volatility nexus
Vanessa Smith (Cambridge) - 'Constructing Multi-country Rational Expectations Models'
Description
'Constructing Multi-country Rational Expectations Models' (Note New Venue: A11, Highfield House)
Ana Galvao (Warwick Business School) - "Forecasting with DSGE models in the presence of data revisions"
Description
"Forecasting with DSGE models in the presence of data revisions" (C43)
Ron Smith (Birkbeck)
Description
"Counterfactual Analysis in Macroeconometrics: An Empirical Investigation into the Effects of Quantitative Easing"
Jagjit S Chadha (University of Kent) - "Stabilisation Policy in a Model of Consumption, Housing Collateral and Bank Lending"
Description
"Stabilisation Policy in a Model of Consumption, Housing Collateral and Bank Lending" C43
Eric French (UCL) - "Medicaid Insurance in Old Age"
Description
"Medicaid Insurance in Old Age". (C43)
Petra Geraats (University of Cambridge) - "The Effects of Inflation Targeting: A Mean-Reverting Mirage?"
Description
"The Effect of Inflation Targeting: A Mean-Reverting Mirage?" (C43)
John Gathergood (University of Nottingham) - House Prices, Wealth Effects and Labour Supply
Description
House Prices, Wealth Effects and Labour Supply (A45, SCGB)
Garry Young (Bank of England) - The Pass-through of Bank Funding Costs to Loan and Deposit Rates: UK Evidence
Description
"The Pass-through of Bank Funding Costs to Loan and Deposit Rates: UK Evidence" (C43)
Sean Holly (Cambridge) - International Sources of Technology Shocks
Description
International Sources of Technology Shocks (C43)
 

Seminars in 2012/13

 

Seminars in 2011/12

 

One-day conferences

 

CFCM Lecture Series

  • 8th lecture - Richard Anderson (Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis) 2009 -  slides (PowerPoint)
  • 7th lecture - Steve Fazzari (Washington University, St Louis) 2007
  • 6th lecture - Simon Price (Bank of England) 2006
  • 5th lecture - Lyndon Nelson (Financial Services Authority) 2005
  • 4th lecture - Professor Michael Artis (EUI professorial fellow and George Fellow Bank of England) 2005
  • 3rd lecture - Professor Stephen Nickell (MPC member, Bank of England and LSE) 2004
  • 2nd lecture - Professor Charlie Bean (Chief Economist and MPC member, Bank of England) 2003
  • 1st lecture - Professor Alec Chrystal (Bank of England) 2002
 

 

Centre for Finance, Credit and Macroeconomics

Sir Clive Granger Building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Enquiries: hilary.hughes@nottingham.ac.uk