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Friday, October 25, 2013

Have Blog, Will Travel

I am here today:

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH, INC.
EF&G Research Meeting
Martin Eichenbaum and Erik Hurst, Organizers
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

PROGRAM
Friday, October 25:
8:30 am Continental Breakfast

9:00 am Emmanuel Farhi, Harvard University and NBER
Ivan Werning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Fiscal Multipliers: Liquidity Traps and Currency Unions

Discussant:  Jon Steinsson, Columbia University and NBER
10:00 am Break
10:30 am Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, Univ of Pennsylvania and NBER
Pablo Guerron-Quintana, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Keith Kuester, University of Bonn
Juan Rubio-Ramírez, Duke University
Fiscal Volatility Shocks and Economic Activity

Discussant:  Nicholas Bloom, Stanford University and NBER

11:30 am Leonid Kogan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Dimitris Papanikolaou, Northwestern University and NBER
Amit Seru, University of Chicago and NBER
Noah Stoffman, Indiana University
Technological Innovation, Resource Allocation and Growth

Discussant:  Pete Klenow, Stanford University and NBER
12:30 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Yuriy Gorodnichenko, UC Berkeley and NBER
Michael Weber, University of California at Berkeley
Are Sticky Prices Costly? Evidence From The Stock Market

Discussant:  Ricardo Reis, Columbia University and NBER
2:30 pm Break
3:00 pm Gian Luca Clementi, New York University and NBER
Berardino Palazzo, Boston University
Entry, Exit, Firm Dynamics, and Aggregate Fluctuations

Discussant:  Jeffrey Campbell, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
4:00 pm Andrew Atkeson, UCLA and NBER
Andrea Eisfeldt, University of California at Los Angeles
Pierre-Olivier Weill, University of California at Los Angeles and NBER
Measuring the Financial Soundness of US Firms, 1926-2012

Discussant:  Thomas Philippon, New York University and NBER
5:00 pm Adjourn

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