This seminar series aims to address cutting edge questions in macroeconomics, from inequality and taxation, to growth, business cycles, and structural change. In particular, this series focuses on research which tackles important real-world issues, while using tools at the forefront of modern macroeconomic research, such as heterogeneous-agent modelling and micro-data. These talks will be delivered by scholars from across the UK, Europe, and the world, bringing together expertise from a variety of sources, including academia and central banking.
These seminars will be presented on campus and will normally be held on Tuesday afternoons at 1.30pm, please check individual seminar events for finalised times and dates.
This is an open seminar series and all levels of study and members of the public are welcome. In order to reserve your place, please contact our seminar organiser.
|Date||Seminar title and Speaker|
|10/10/2023||Lost in Transition: Financial Barriers to Green Growth byMaarten de Ridder|
|17/10/2023||Bank Heterogeneity, Deposits, Deep Habits, and the Pass-through of Interest Rates by Oliver de Groot|
|24/10/2023||Sector Worker Flows by Carlos Carrillo Tudela|
|31/10/2023||Consumers’ Responses to Stimulus Payments with a Pre-Contribution Design by Marc Chan|
|07/11/2023||The Job Ladder: Inflation vs. Reallocation by Guiseppe Moscarini|
|14/11/2023||Federal Unemployment Reinsurance and Local Labor-Market Policies by Keith Kuester
|21/11/2023||Unequal Transition: The Widening Wealth Gap amidst China's Rapid Growth by Yu Zheng|
|28/11/2023||Heterogeneity in MPC Beyond Liquid Wealth: The Role of Persistent Earnings by Jeanne Commault|
|04/12/2023||Stochastic Sorting by Jan Eeckhout|
|05/12/2023||Capital Embodied Structural Change by Elisa Keller|