Previous Seminars

Spring 2018
 
    Date                            Name           Topic
March 1 Thomas Philippon
(NYU)
How the US lost its competitive edge
March 8 Virgiliu Midrigan
(NYU)
How Costly Are Markups
March 15 Spring Break  
March 22 Basil Williams
(NYU)
Model Secrecy and Stress Tests
March 29 Ernest Liu
(Princeton)
Industrial Policies in Production Networks
April 5 Moritz Schularick
(NYU)
THE RATE OF RETURN ON EVERYTHING, 1870–2015
April 12 Zhen Huo
(Yale)
Myopia and Anchoring
April 19 Simon Gilchrist
(NYU)
Financial Heterogeneity and Monetary Union
April 26 Giorgio Primiceri
(Northwestern)
The Mortgage Rate Conundrum
May 3 Eduardo Davila
(NYU)
Incompleteness Shocks
May 10 Jesse Schreger
(Columbia GSB)
International Currencies and Capital Allocation
     

Fall 2017
 
    Date           Name                                   Topic
September 7 Mark Gertler 
(NYU)
A Macroeconomic Model with Financial Panics
September 14 Katarina Borovickova
(NYU)
High Wage Workers Work for High Wage Firms
September 21 Sai Ma
(NYU)
Heterogeneous Intermediaries and Asset Prices
September 28 Julian Kozlowski
(NYU)
Long-Term Finance and Economic Development
October 5 Joseba Martinez
(NYU)
Automation, Growth and Factor Shares
October 12 Nic Kozeniauscas
(NYU)
Technical Change and Declining Entrepreneurship
October 19 Diego Daurich
(NYU)
The Macroeconomic Consequences of Early Childhood Development Policies
October 26 Pau Roldan
(NYU)
Firm Dynamics and Pricing under Customer Capital Accumulation
November 2 Gian Luca Clementi
(NYU)
Equilibrium Corporate Finance and Intermediation
November 9 Diego Perez
(NYU)
Pricing in Multiple Currencies in Domestic Markets
November 16 Sonia Gilbukh
(NYU)
Heterogeneous Real Estate Agents and the Housing Cycle
November 23 Thanksgiving -- No Macro Lunch  
November 30 Pricila Mazeiro
(Wharton)
CEO replacement and the capital structure of the firm
December 7 James Rauch
(UCSD)
Unemployment and Development


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