CEMFI Summer School

The CEMFI Summer School is aimed at providing academics and practitioners with an opportunity to update their training in fields within CEMFI's range of expertise. This year it offers courses in Econometrics, Macroeconomics, Banking, Corporate Finance, and Industrial Economics. Applications are welcome.

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News

Selected recent publications

  • Anatoli Segura and Javier Suarez,
    How Excessive Is Banks' Maturity Transformation?,Review of Financial Studies, 30 (2017), 3538-3580.
  • Samuel Bentolila, Marcel Jansen and Gabriel Jiménez,
    When Credit Dries Up: Job Losses in the Great Recession,Journal of the European Economic Association, 16 (2018), 650–695.
  • Manuel Arellano and Stéphane Bonhomme,
    Quantile Selection Models with an Application to Understanding Changes in Wage Inequality,Econometrica, 85 (2017), 1-28.
  • David Martinez-Miera and Rafael Repullo,
    Search for Yield,Econometrica, 85 (2017), 351-378.

Quick links & agenda

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22 June 2018 (13:30)

MadMac Workshop

Miguel Almunia (University of Warwick) presents Venting Out: Exports during a Domestic Slump (joint with Pol Antrás, David Lopez-Rodriguez and Eduardo Morales)

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10 July 2018 (13:30)

Lunchtime Seminar

Juanjo Dolado (European University Institute) presents "Monetary Policy and Inequality under Labor Market Frictions and Capital-Skill Complementarity"

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10-14 September 2018 (15:30 to 19:00)

Summer School course

Simon Gilchrist (New York University) Credit Markets Frictions and Macroeconomic Fluctuations

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10-14 September 2018 (15:30 to 19:00)

Summer School course

Tano Santos (Columbia University) Financial Crises and Regulatory Responses

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