This seminar series aims to address cutting edge questions in macroeconomics, from inequality and taxation, to growth, business cycles, and structural change. In particular, this series focuses on research which tackles important real-world issues, while using tools at the forefront of modern macroeconomic research, such as heterogeneous-agent modelling and micro-data. These talks will be delivered by scholars from across the UK, Europe, and the world, bringing together expertise from a variety of sources, including academia and central banking.
These seminars will be presented via Zoom and will be held on Wednesday afternoons between 4pm and 5pm. This is an open seminar series and all levels of study and members of the public are welcome. In order to gain access to the Zoom meeting and reserve your place, please contact our seminar organiser.
|Date||Seminar title and Speaker|
|07 October 2022||Job Search, Wages, and Inflation by Laura Pilossoph|
|12 October 2022|
|08 November 2022||Ins and Outs of Selling Houses: Understanding Housing-Market Volatility by Rachel Ngai|
|14 November 2022||Leisure-enhancing technological change by Lukasz Rachel|
|06 December 2022||Christine Braun|
|13 December 2022||Mike Elsby|