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Friday, January 21, 2011

Videos from INET Conference at King's College

I haven't posted enough of the videos from the inaugural INET conference at King's College, especially some of the slightly more technical presentations. As a start to rectifying this, here's Chris Sims defending the use of DSGE models in the session "How Empirical Evidence Does or Does Not Influence Economic Thinking and Theory: Calibration, Statistical Inference, and Structural Change":

Here are two more I've posted before, one from Richard Koo on balance sheet recessions, and another from Joseph Stiglitz on what's wrong with macroeconomics (from a session I moderated -- though I won't be posting the video of my nervous introduction):


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