Money and Banking Workshop
The Money and Banking workshop is organized jointly between the Becker Friedman Institute (BFI), 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.
During the Fall Quarter, this workshop will meet Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in Harper Center C08.
For questions, please contact Events Manager Jessica Dalka.
Lukas Nord, Minneapolis Fed.
"Shopping, Demand Composition, and Equilibrium Prices"
Chad Jones, Stanford University
"Population and Welfare: The Greatest Good for the Greatest Number" (with Adhami, Bils, and Klenow)
Lawrence Christiano, Northwestern University
Chenzi Xu, Stanford University
Adrien Bilal, Harvard University
“Anticipating Climate Change Across the United States,” joint with E. Rossi-Hansberg
Gene Grossman, Princeton University
"Resilience in Vertical Supply Chains"
Thomas Winberry, University of Pennsylvania
"Investment, Innovation, and Financial Frictions,” joint with Pablo Ottonello"
Matteo Maggiori, Stanford University
"A Framework for Geoeconomics"
Luigi Bocola, Stanford University
"The Macroeconomics of Trade Credit"
December 6 (Time changed for this workshop only to 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.)
Ulrike Malmendier, University of California Berkeley
"The Long-lasting Effects of Experiencing Communism on Attitudes towards Financial Markets"