Macro-finance workshop 2021

The sixth edition of this macro-finance workshop will be held virtually.

About the workshop

26 - 28 May 2021

The aim of this workshop is to invite Academics and central bankers from all around the world to present the frontiers of research in macro-finance. The workshop is organized by the Centre for Central Bank Studies (BoE) together with the MacCaLM Project (University of Edinburgh).

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Vladimir Asriyan
  • Bruno Biais
  • Ricardo Caballero
  • John Cochrane
  • Darrell Duffie
  • Maryam Farboodi
  • Zhiguo He
  • Nobuhiro Kiyotaki
  • Alberto Martin
  • Ian Martin
  • Anna Pavlova
  • Ricardo Reis
  • Jean-Charles Rochet
  • Kathy Yuan
  • Victoria Vanasco
  • Dimitri Vayanos

Organising Committee: John Moore (MacCaLM, University of Edinburgh) and Gabor Pinter (Bank of England)

Location: Bank of England, London.

2021 programme

Registration for this event will close at 12pm on Tuesday 25 May.

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