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Macro & Econometrics Seminar

Organisation: Zeno Enders and Monika Lülf

Zeit /Time: Mittwochnachmittag/Wednesday Afternoon

Ort/Location: AWI, Raum 01.030 (Bergheimer Str. 58) / Campus Bergheim, Room 01.030

Eingeladen sind alle interessierten Studierenden, Doktoranden/innen, PostDocs und Professoren/innen.

Winter Term 2023/24

Tabelle

DateSpeakerTopic
DateSpeakerTopic
15.11.2023
Thomas Eife,
Universität Heidelberg
Personalized Response Scales in Inflation Expectations Surveys
06.12.2023  
13:30 - 14:30
Maximilian Boeck,
Bocconi University Milan
Funktional Bayesian Additive Vector Autoregressive Tree Models
14.02.2024
13:30 - 14:30
Ramon de Punder,
University of Amsterdam
Proper and Robust Autoregressive Derivative-Adaptive Models

Summer Term 2023

Tabelle

DateSpeakerTopic
DateSpeakerTopic
22.-24.05.2023
Alexandre N. Kohlhas,
University of Oxford
Mini-workshop on Macroeconomic Analysis with Imperfect Information (funded by Hans Böckler Stiftung)

02.06.2023
Villa Menzer, Grüner Salon,
Neckargemünd

Anne Opschoor,
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

„The t-Riesz Distribution: Introducing Tail Heterogeneity in Vector Distributions“
 

Julius Schölkopf,
Universität Heidelberg

„Macroeconomic Announcements and the Volatility Feedback Effect“
 

Manuel Schick,
Universität Heidelberg

„Real-time Monitoring Growth at Risk using the Survey of Professional Forecasters“
20.07.2023
Raum 02.040
Michael Weber,
Chicago Booth
„Subjective Inflation Expectations: Measurement, Effects, and Policy Implications“
 

Alexander Glas,
FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

„The Experience Formation Mechanism“
 

Frederik Horn,
Mannheim

„Mortality Beliefs and Saving Decision: The Role of Personal Experiences“
 
Faek Menla Ali,
University of Sussex Business School
„Skewness and Financial Crises“
 
Daniel John,
Heidelberg University
„Expectations Reconcile the Relationship between Marginal Costs and Inflation in the New Keynesian Philips Curve“
 
Christoph Becker,
Heidelberg University
„Measuring Inflation Expectations: How the Response Scale Shapes Density Forecassts“