Virtual Workshop on Household Finance and Housing

Held virtually from 17-19 June

The Centre for Central Banking Studies (Bank of England), Imperial College Business School, LSE and CFM recently organized a Workshop on Household Finance and Housing. The Workshop, which was scheduled to be held at the Bank of England (London), was held virtually from 17-19 June 2020.

Amir Sufi (Chicago Booth) and Ulrike Malmendier (University of California, Berkeley) gave keynote seminars on 17 June and 19 June, respectively.

There was also panel discussion on ‘Macroprudential Regulation of Households’ on 18 June chaired by Silvana Tenreyro (Bank of England, LSE), with remarks by Ben Broadbent (Bank of England), Andra Ghent (UNC), Jose-Luis Peydro (Imperial College) and Antoinette Schoar (MIT).

Please use the links in the table below to see the papers, slides and a video from the webinar for the research presented during the Workshop.


Affordable housing and city welfare -  Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh (Columbia GSB)

Paper - Slides - Video link

The saving glut of the rich and the rise in household debt -  Amir Sufi (Chicago Booth)

Paper - Slides - Video link

Reference dependence in the housing market - Tarun Ramadorai (Imperial College)

Paper - Slides - Video link

The Effect of foreclosures on homeowners, tenants, and landlords - Adam Guren (Boston University)

Paper - Slides - Video link

Lending footprints and discrimination testing - Adair Morse (Berkeley Haas)

Paper - Slides - Video link

Five facts about beliefs and portfolios - Johannes Stroebel (NYU Stern)

Paper - Slides - Video link

Rent or buy? The Role of lifetime experience of macroeconomic shocks within and across countries - Ulrike Malmendier (University of California, Berkeley)

Paper - Slides - Video link

This page was last updated 28 September 2020

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