The Money and Banking workshop is organized jointly between the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics and the Chicago Booth School of Business. The majority of the talks are given by external speakers presenting works in progress; however, some talks are reserved for internal speakers. Please refer to the weekly announcement for up-to-date time changes. Note time and location change for this quarter: the workshop meets Wednesdays from 3:05pm-4:35pm on Zoom. For questions, please contact Jamie Temmer.
Other previous quarters: Fall 2020 | Winter-Spring 2020 | Fall 2019 | Winter-Spring 2019 | Fall 2018 | Winter-Spring 2018 | Fall 2017 | Winter-Spring 2017 | Fall 2016 | Winter-Spring 2016 | Fall 2015 | Spring 2015
Matthew Rognlie, Northwestern University
"Exchange Rates and Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents: Resurrecting the Real Income Channel"
Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
"The Consequences of Bretton Woods Impediments to International Capital Mobility and the value of Geopolitical Stability"
Diego Perez, New York University
"The Micro Anatomy of Macro Consumption Adjustments"
Gabriel Chodorow-Reich, Harvard University
"The 2000's Housing Cycle With 2020 Hindsight: A Neo-Kindlebergerian View"
Ricardo Reis, The London School of Economics
"The Constraint on Public Debt When r<g but g<m"
Richard Rogerson, Princeton University
"Hours and Wages"
Marc Melitz, Harvard University
"Moving parts: When more restrictive content rules backfire"
Ethan Ilzetzki, The London School of Economics
"Learning by Necessity: Government Demand, Capacity Constraints, and Productivity Growth"
Marina Halac, Yale University
"Instrument-Based vs. Target-Based Rules"