Macroeconomics Lunch Seminar

Fall 2022

Seminar Time & Location:

Thursdays, 12:30-1:30 PM
KMC 4-80

In-person seminars are limited to NYU community members with NYU IDs and access to the Violet Go pass.

To join the mailing list, please contact Erica Loh.

September 15: "A Theory of Labor Markets with Allocative Wages"

Julio Andres Blanco (University of Michigan)

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September 22: "The Macroeconomic Implications of US Market Power in Safe Assets"

Rishabh Kirpalani (University of Wisconsin)

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September 29: "Inefficient Automation"

Martin Beraja (MIT)

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October 6: "Heterogeneous Beliefs and Stock Market Fluctuations"

Odhrain McCarthy (NYU)

October 13: "Wealth, College Majors and Occupations: Aggregate and Distributional Implications"

Yueling Huang (NYU)

October 20: "Bank-Dependent Households and the Unequal Costs of Inflation"

Fernando Cirelli (NYU)

October 27: "Unequal Business Cycles"

Marcos Sonnervig (NYU)

November 3: "Monetary-Based Asset Pricing: A Mixed-Frequency Structural Approach"

Sydney Ludvigson (NYU)

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November 10: "How Do Persistent Earnings Affect the Response of Consumption to Transitory Shocks?"

Jeanne Commault (Sciences Po)

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November 17: "Work From Home and the Office Real Estate Apocalypse"

Arpit Gupta (NYU)

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December 1: "Costs of Financing US Federal Debt Under a Gold Standard: 1791-1933"

Tom Sargent (NYU)

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December 8: "Universal Basic Income: A Dynamic Assessment"

Raquel Fernandez (NYU)

December 15: paper TBA

Guido Menzio (NYU)

Please check back for regular updates as speakers and topics will be updated throughout the semester.  

Please contact Erica Loh ( with any questions.