Madrid Macroeconomics Workshop (MadMac)

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First term

11 October 2013


Carlos Thomas (Banco de España), Bank Leverage Cycles (joint with Galo Nuño).

22 November 2013


Matthias Kredler (UC3M), Macroeconomic Implications of Long-Term Care Policies (joint with Daniel Barczyk).

Second term

31 January 2014


Peter Karadi (European Central Bank), Monetary Policy Surprises, Credit Costs and Economic Activity (joint with Mark Gertler).

14 February 2014


Rosario Crinò (CEMFI), Trade Imbalances, Export Structure, Wage Inequality (joint with Paolo Epifani).

28 February 2014


Manolis Galenianos (Royal Holloway), A Quantitative Analysis of the Retail Market for Illicit Drugs (joint with Alessandro Gavazza).

4 March 2014


Fernando Martin (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis ), Debt, Inflation and Central Bank Independence .

21 March 2014


Giorgio E Primiceri (Northwestern University), Credit Supply And The Housing Boom (joint with Alejandro Justiniano and Andrea Tambalotti).

25 March 2014


Anton Braun (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta), Old, Sick, Alone and Poor: A Welfare Analysis of Old-Age Social Insurance Programs (joint with Karen Kopecky and Tatyana Koreshkova).

Third term

21 May 2014


Vincenzo Quadrini (Marshall School of Business University of Southern California), Bank Asset Channel .

6 June 2014


Manuel García-Santana (ECARES), Misallocation, Internal Trade, and the Role of Transportation Infrastructure (joint with Jose Asturias and Roberto Ramos).

20 June 2014


Martí Mestieri (Toulouse School of Economics), The World Income Distribution: The Effects of the International Unbundling of Production (joint with Sergi Basco).