Madrid Macroeconomics Workshop (MadMac)

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First term

29 September 2017:
Burhanettin Kuruscu (University of Toronto), Use It or Loose It: Efficiency Gains from Wealth Taxation (joint with Fatih Guvenen, Gueorgui Kambourov, Sergio Ocampo-Diaz and Daphne Chen).
27 October 2017:
Ernesto Pasten (Banco Central de Chile), Price Rigidities and the Granular Origin of Aggregate Fluctuations (joint with Raphael Schoenle and Michael Weber).
24 November 2017:
Christopher Busch (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Occupational Switching and Wage Risk.
1 December 2017:
Loukas Karabarbounis (University of Minnesota & Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis), Inferring Inequality with Home Production.

Second term

9 February 2018:
Ariel Burstein (UCLA), Tradability and the Labor-Market Impact of Immigration: Theory and Evidence from the U.S. (joint with Gordon Hanson, Lin Tian and Jonathan Vogel).
9 March 2018:
Sergio de Ferra (Stockholm University), Strategic Sovereign Default in a Monetary Union.

Third term

13 April 2018:
Andreas I. Mueller (Columbia Business School), Wages, Workers and Vacancy Durations: Evidence from Linked Data (joint with Andreas Kettemann and Josef Zweimüller).
20 April 2018:
R. Anton Braun (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta), A Neo-Fisherian Analysis of Quantitative Easing in Japan.
27 April 2018:
Vasco Carvalho (University of Cambridge), Supply Chain Disruptions in the Great East Japan Earthquake (joint with Makoto Nirei, Yukiko Saito and Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi).
18 May 2018:
Diego Restuccia (University of Toronto), Misallocation, Selection and Productivity: A Quantitative Analysis with Panel Data from China (joint with Tasso Adamopoulos, Loren Brandt and Jessica Leight).
25 May 2018:
Jean-Marc Robin (Science Po), On Worker and Firm Heterogeneity in Wages and Employment Mobility: Evidence from Danish Register Data (joint with Suphanit Piyapromdee and Rasmus Lentz).
22 June 2018:
Miguel Almunia (University of Warwick), Venting Out: Exports during a Domestic Slump (joint with Pol Antrás, David Lopez-Rodriguez and Eduardo Morales).
10 July 2018:
Juan J. Dolado (European University Institute), Monetary Policy and Inequality under Labor Market Frictions and Capital-Skill Complementarity (joint with Gergo Motyovszki and Evi Pappa).


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