Midwest Macroeconomics Meeting UGA

University of Georgia, Athens, GA

 
May 17, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
11:30 to 17:00Moore-Rooker A220 (Knox Gallery) Conference check-in
 
 
11:30 to 13:00Moore-Rooker A220 (Knox Gallery) Friday lunch
 
 
13:00 to 14:30see below Parallel sessions 1
 
 
15:00 to 16:30see below Parallel sessions 2
 
 
17:00 to 18:30Miller Learning Center 0101 Keynote address: Fatih Guvenen
 
 
18:30 to 21:15Foley Courtyard Conference reception and dinner
 
 
 
May 18, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
07:45 to 08:30Correll Graduate Commons Saturday breakfast
 
 
08:30 to 10:00see below Parallel sessions 3
 
 
10:30 to 12:00see below Parallel sessions 4
 
 
12:00 to 13:30Foley Courtyard Saturday lunch
 
 
13:30 to 15:00see below Parallel sessions 5
 
 
15:30 to 17:00see below Parallel sessions 6
 
 
17:30 to 18:30Miller Learning Center 0101 Keynote address: Julia Thomas
 
 
 
May 19, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
07:30 to 10:00Correll Graduate Commons Sunday breakfast
 
 
08:15 to 09:45see below Parallel sessions 7
 
 
10:00 to 11:30see below Parallel sessions 8
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Parallel sessions 1
Locations: listed below
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
 
Knowledge Diffusion and Trade, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
Central Bank Digital Currency, Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
Inequality 1 , Benson C115
Cross-country Dynamics, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Environment and the Macroeconomy, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Competition, Markups and Price Dynamics, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
Banking, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
Applied Micro-Macro, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)

Parallel sessions 2
Locations: listed below
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
 
Demonetization, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
Trade, Development, and Misallocation, Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
Asset markets, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Business Cycles and International Trade, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Housing and the Macroeconomy 1, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
Employment, Unemployment, and Earnings, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
Concentration and Markups, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
Optimal Taxation, Benson C115

Keynote address: Fatih Guvenen
Location: Miller Learning Center 0101
May 17, 2019 17:00 to 18:30
 
"Inequality and Uncertainty: Old Myths versus Some New Facts"

Parallel sessions 3
Locations: listed below
May 18, 2019 08:30 to 10:00
 
Banks and the Great Depression, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
Gender Wage Gap, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
Human Capital, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
Dynamic Contracting and Learning, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Credit, Consumption and Uncertainty, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Financial Engineering and Institutions, Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
Macroeconomic Analysis of Public Policies, Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
Trade and Income Distribution, Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
Developments in Monetary Economics, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)

Parallel sessions 4
Locations: listed below
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
 
Capital Taxation, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
Monetary Economics with Frictions 1, Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
Emerging Market Economies , Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
Economics of the Informal Sector, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Aspects of the Great Recession, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Regional/Spatial Economics, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
Risk and Insurance Over the Business Cycle, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)

Parallel sessions 5
Locations: listed below
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
 
Household Finance and Precautionary Savings, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
Time Series Methods, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
Unemployment Insurance and Job Flows, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Monetary Economics with Frictions 2, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Topics in Growth and Macro-finance, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
Innovation, Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
Inequality 2, Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)

Parallel sessions 6
Locations: listed below
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
 
Money and Banking 1, Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights, Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
Immigration and Remittances, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Unemployment Insurance: Policy Interactions, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Structural Models of Health, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
Sovereign Debt, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
Monetary Policy: Uncertainty and Informational Effects, Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
Public Policy, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)

Keynote address: Julia Thomas
Location: Miller Learning Center 0101
May 18, 2019 17:30 to 18:30
 
"Production, Leverage and Aggregate Fluctuations -- Under the Hood"

Parallel sessions 7
Locations: listed below
May 19, 2019 08:15 to 09:45
 
The Phillips Curve and Inflation, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
Education and Life Cycle Earnings, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
Sovereign Debt and International Reserves, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Topics in Aging and Retirement, Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
Topics in International Economics, Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
Structural Change, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
Monetary Policy: Empirical Studies, Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
Housing and the Macroeconomy 2, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)

Parallel sessions 8
Locations: listed below
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
 
Heterogeneous Agent Models, Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
Topics in Family Economics and Home Production, Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
Labor Market Dynamics, Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
Multinationals and Export Dynamics, Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
Public Finance, Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
Money and Banking 2, Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTitlePapersOrganizer
1May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Knowledge Diffusion and Trade4Julio Garin
2May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom) Central Bank Digital Currency3Martin Gervais
3May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Benson C115 Inequality 1 3Roozbeh Hosseini
4May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Cross-country Dynamics3Santanu Chatterjee
5May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Environment and the Macroeconomy3Aspen Gorry
6May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Competition, Markups and Price Dynamics4Federico Mandelman
7May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) Banking3Federico Mandelman
8May 17, 2019
13:00-14:30
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Applied Micro-Macro3Paul Gaggl
9May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Demonetization3Julio Garin
10May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom) Trade, Development, and Misallocation4Julio Garin
11May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Asset markets4Kyungmin Kim
12May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Business Cycles and International Trade4Federico Mandelman
13May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Housing and the Macroeconomy 13Martin Gervais
14May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Employment, Unemployment, and Earnings3Paul Gaggl
15May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) Concentration and Markups3Paul Gaggl
16May 17, 2019
15:00-16:30
Benson C115 Optimal Taxation4Roozbeh Hosseini
17May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) Banks and the Great Depression4Julio Garin
18May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Gender Wage Gap3Julio Garin
19May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Human Capital4Santanu Chatterjee
20May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Dynamic Contracting and Learning4Kyungmin Kim
21May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Credit, Consumption and Uncertainty3Berrak Bahadir
22May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom) Financial Engineering and Institutions3Julio Garin
23May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom) Macroeconomic Analysis of Public Policies3Svetlana Pashchenko
24May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom) Trade and Income Distribution3Federico Mandelman
25May 18, 2019
8:30-10:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Developments in Monetary Economics4Julio Garin
26May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Capital Taxation4Roozbeh Hosseini
27May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom) Monetary Economics with Frictions 14Kyungmin Kim
28May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom) Emerging Market Economies 3Berrak Bahadir
29May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Economics of the Informal Sector3Santanu Chatterjee
30May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Aspects of the Great Recession4Martin Gervais
31May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Regional/Spatial Economics4Paul Gaggl
32May 18, 2019
10:30-12:00
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) Risk and Insurance Over the Business Cycle3Roozbeh Hosseini
33May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) Household Finance and Precautionary Savings3Julio Garin
34May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Time Series Methods4William Lastrapes
35May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Unemployment Insurance and Job Flows3Aspen Gorry
36May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Monetary Economics with Frictions 23Kyungmin Kim
37May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Topics in Growth and Macro-finance4Santanu Chatterjee
38May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom) Innovation3Paul Gaggl
39May 18, 2019
13:30-15:00
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom) Inequality 23Paul Gaggl
40May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom) Money and Banking 14William Lastrapes
41May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom) Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights3Federico Mandelman
42May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Immigration and Remittances4Federico Mandelman
43May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Unemployment Insurance: Policy Interactions3Aspen Gorry
44May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Structural Models of Health4Svetlana Pashchenko
45May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Sovereign Debt3Federico Mandelman
46May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom) Monetary Policy: Uncertainty and Informational Effects4Julio Garin
47May 18, 2019
15:30-17:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Public Policy3Paul Gaggl
48May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) The Phillips Curve and Inflation4William Lastrapes
49May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Education and Life Cycle Earnings3Aspen Gorry
50May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Sovereign Debt and International Reserves4Berrak Bahadir
51May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom) Topics in Aging and Retirement4Svetlana Pashchenko
52May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom) Topics in International Economics4Federico Mandelman
53May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Structural Change4Santanu Chatterjee
54May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom) Monetary Policy: Empirical Studies3William Lastrapes
55May 19, 2019
8:15-9:45
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Housing and the Macroeconomy 23Berrak Bahadir
56May 19, 2019
10:00-11:30
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom) Heterogeneous Agent Models3William Lastrapes
57May 19, 2019
10:00-11:30
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom) Topics in Family Economics and Home Production3Svetlana Pashchenko
58May 19, 2019
10:00-11:30
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom) Labor Market Dynamics4Julio Garin
59May 19, 2019
10:00-11:30
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom) Multinationals and Export Dynamics3Federico Mandelman
60May 19, 2019
10:00-11:30
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom) Public Finance4Martin Gervais
61May 19, 2019
10:00-11:30
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom) Money and Banking 24Martin Gervais
 

61 sessions, 211 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers


 

Midwest Macroeconomics Meeting UGA

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Knowledge Diffusion and Trade
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Matthew Delventhal, Claremont McKenna College
 

Value Added and Productivity Linkages Across Countries
By Francois de Soyres; World Bank
   presented by: Francois de Soyres, World Bank
 

Global Innovation and Knowledge Diffusion
By Nelson Lind; Emory University
Natalia Ramondo; UCSD
   presented by: Nelson Lind, Emory University
 

The Globe as a Network: Geography and the Origins of the World Income Distribution
By Matthew Delventhal; Claremont McKenna College
   presented by: Matthew Delventhal, Claremont McKenna College
 

Knowledge diffusion, trade and innovation across countries and sectors
By Ana Maria Santacreu; Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
   presented by: Ana Maria Santacreu, Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
 
Session 2: Central Bank Digital Currency
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Martin Gervais, Universeity of Georgia
Session Chair: Todd Keister, Rutgers University
 

Assessing the Impact of Central Bank Digital Currency on Private Banks
By David Andolfatto; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: David Andolfatto, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Central Bank Digital Currency and Banking
By Jonathan Chiu; Bank of Canada
Seyed Mohammadreza Davoodalhosseini; Bank of Canada
Janet Hua Jiang; Bank of Canada
Yu Zhu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Yu Zhu, Bank of Canada
 

Should Central Banks Issue Digital Currency?
By Todd Keister; Rutgers University
Daniel Sanches; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Todd Keister, Rutgers University
 
Session 3: Inequality 1
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Benson C115
 
Session Organizer: Roozbeh Hosseini, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Daniel Carroll, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

The Dynamics of the Racial Wealth Gap
By Dionissi Aliprantis; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Daniel Carroll; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Eric Young; University of Virginia
   presented by: Daniel Carroll, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

Decomposing the Racial Wealth Gap
By Kartik Athreya; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Grey Gordon; FRB Richmond
John Jones; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Urvi Neelakantan; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Grey Gordon, FRB Richmond
 

Accounting for the determinants of wealth concentration in the US
By Baris Kaymak; University of Montreal
CHEUK SHING LEUNG; McGill University
Markus Poschke; McGill
   presented by: CHEUK SHING LEUNG, McGill University
 
Session 4: Cross-country Dynamics
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Santanu Chatterjee, University of Georgia
Session Chair: AKM Morshed, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
 

Investment in skills, managerial quality and economic development
By Mehrdad Esfahani; Arizona State University
   presented by: Mehrdad Esfahani, Arizona State University
 

Corporate Governance and Phases of Development
By Maurizio Iacopetta; OFCE Sciences Po and Skema Business School
Pietro Peretto; Duke University
   presented by: Pietro Peretto, Duke University
 

Does governance affect sovereign debt sustainability?
By Nachiket Thakkar; Southern Illinois University Carbondale
AKM Morshed; Southern Illinois University Carbondale
   presented by: AKM Morshed, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
 
Session 5: Environment and the Macroeconomy
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Aspen Gorry, Clemson University
Session Chair: C. Y. Kelvin Yuen, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Pollution and Unemployment Over the Business Cycle
By John Gibson; Georgia State University
Garth Heutel; Georgia State University
   presented by: John Gibson, Georgia State University
 

The Macro Effects of Anticipating Climate Policy
By Stephie Fried; ASU
Kevin Novan; University of California, Davis
William Peterman; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
   presented by: William Peterman, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Health, Crime, and the Labor Market: Theory and Policy Analysis
By Yuki Otsu; Washington University in St. Louis
C. Y. Kelvin Yuen; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: C. Y. Kelvin Yuen, Washington University in St. Louis
 
Session 6: Competition, Markups and Price Dynamics
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Sang-Ha Yoon, Stony Brook University
 

The Role of Competition in Explaining Law of One Price Deviations
By Fernando Borraz; Banco Central del Uruguay and Universida
Leandro Zipitria; FCS - UdelaR
   presented by: Leandro Zipitria, FCS - UdelaR
 

International Trade and Innovation Dynamics with Endogenous Markups
By Laurent Cavenaile; University of Toronto
Pau Roldan-Blanco; Bank of Spain
Tom Schmitz; Bocconi University
   presented by: Pau Roldan-Blanco, Bank of Spain
 

Firm Entry Decline, Market Structure and Dominant Firm’s Productivity
By Sang-Ha Yoon; Stony Brook University
   presented by: Sang-Ha Yoon, Stony Brook University
 

Measured Productivity with Endogenous Markups and Economic Profits
By Anthony Savagar; University of Kent
   presented by: Anthony Savagar, University of Kent
 
Session 7: Banking
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Hyunju Lee, Ryerson University
 

The Impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on Small U.S. Banks
By Kuan Liu; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   presented by: Kuan Liu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Trade liberalization, local credit supply, and amplified impacts in the presence of financial frictions in U.S. banking industry
By Sung Je Byun; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Seung Hoon Lee; Georgia Institute of Technology
   presented by: Sung Je Byun, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Capital regulations and the rise of shadow banking
By Hyunju Lee; Ryerson University
Radek Paluszynski; University of Houston
   presented by: Hyunju Lee, Ryerson University
 
Session 8: Applied Micro-Macro
May 17, 2019 13:00 to 14:30
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: Benjamin Pugsley, University of Notre Dame
 

The Unintended Consequences of Employer Credit Check Bans for Labor Markets
By Kristle Cortes; University of New South Wales
Andrew Glover; University of Texas Austin
Murat Tasci; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Murat Tasci, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

The Self-Employment Option: An Empirical Investigation in Rigid Labor Markets
By Joaquin Garcia-Cabo; Federal Reserve Board
Rocio Madera; Southern Methodist University
   presented by: Rocio Madera, Southern Methodist University
 

Macroeconomic Perspective on the Rise of Pass-through Businesses
By Sebastian Dyrda; University of Toronto
Benjamin Pugsley; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Benjamin Pugsley, University of Notre Dame
 
Session 9: Demonetization
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
 

U.S. Consumer Demand for Cash in the Era of Low Interest Rates and Electronic Payments
By Tamas Briglevics; Magyar Nemzeti Bank
Scott Schuh; West Virginia University
   presented by: Scott Schuh, West Virginia University
 

Breaking the Curse of Cash
By Jaevin Park; The University of Mississippi
   presented by: Jaevin Park, The University of Mississippi
 

On the Welfare Effects of Phasing Out Paper Currency
By Julio Garin; Claremont McKenna College
William Lastrapes; University of Georgia
Robert Lester; Colby College
   presented by: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
 
Session 10: Trade, Development, and Misallocation
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Pau Salvador Pujolas Fons, McMaster University
 

The Spoils of War: Trade Shocks during WWI and Spain’s Regional Development
By Simon Fuchs; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Simon Fuchs, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Trade and Structural Transformation in Spain since 1850
By Juan Carlos Conesa; Stony Brook University
Matthew Delventhal; Claremont McKenna College
Pau Pujolas; McMaster University
Gajendran Raveendranathan; McMaster University
   presented by: Pau Salvador Pujolas Fons, McMaster University
 

Technology, Geography, and Trade Over Time: The Dynamic Effects of Changing Trade Policy
By Carter Mix; University of Rochester
   presented by: Carter Mix, University of Rochester
 

Policy and Misallocation
By Guowen Chen; University of Kentucky
Ana Maria Herrera; University of Kentucky
Steven Lugauer; University of Kentucky
   presented by: Steven Lugauer, University of Kentucky
 
Session 11: Asset markets
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Kyungmin Kim, University of Miami
Session Chair: Fei Li, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
 

Why Has Active Asset Management Grown?
By Jeong Ho (John) Kim; Emory University
   presented by: Jeong Ho (John) Kim, Emory University
 

Perfectly Rational Fool's Bubbles
By Antonio Doblas-Madrid; Michigan State University
Luis Araujo; Michigan State University
   presented by: Antonio Doblas-Madrid, Michigan State University
 

Mixed Signals: Investment Distortions in General Equilibrium with Adverse Selection
By Matthew Darst; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
Ehraz Refayet; Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
   presented by: Ehraz Refayet, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
 

Star Ratings and the Incentives of Mutual Funds
By Fei Li; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
   presented by: Fei Li, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
 
Session 12: Business Cycles and International Trade
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Paul Ko, Pennsylvania State University
 

Trade-Partner-Synchronization and Business Cycle Comovement
By Oscar Avila; University of Rochester
   presented by: Oscar Avila, University of Rochester
 

Distributional Imbalances and the U.S. Business Cycle
By Nikolaos Charalampidis; University of California, Irvine
   presented by: Nikolaos Charalampidis, University of California, Irvine
 

Terms of trade and unemployment in the business cycle
By Jorge Mondragon; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Jorge Mondragon, University of Minnesota
 

Dissecting Trade and Business Cycle Co-movement
By Paul Ko; Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Paul Ko, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 13: Housing and the Macroeconomy 1
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Martin Gervais, Universeity of Georgia
Session Chair: Margaret Jacobson, Indiana University
 

Anticipated House Purchases and Household Consumption
By Isaac Gross; Monash University
   presented by: Isaac Gross, Monash University
 

Housing choices and its implications for consumption heterogeneity
By Eva de Francisco; Board of Governors
   presented by: Eva de Francisco, Board of Governors
 

Beliefs, Aggregate Risk, and the U.S. Housing Boom
By Margaret Jacobson; Indiana University
   presented by: Margaret Jacobson, Indiana University
 
Session 14: Employment, Unemployment, and Earnings
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: David Wiczer, Stony Brook University
 

Volatility Costs of R&D
By Uluc Aysun; University of Central Florida
   presented by: Uluc Aysun, University of Central Florida
 

Skill Mismatch Unemployment
By Marianna Kudlyak; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Erin Wolcott; Middlebury College
   presented by: Erin Wolcott, Middlebury College
 

Cyclical Earnings and Employment Transitions
By Carlos Carrillo-Tudela; Essex
Ludo Visschers; The University of Edinburgh/Universidad
David Wiczer; Stony Brook University
   presented by: David Wiczer, Stony Brook University
 
Session 15: Concentration and Markups
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: Gajendran Raveendranathan, McMaster University
 

The Aggregate Effects of Labor Market Concentration
By Miren Azkarate-Askasua; Toulouse School of Economics
Miguel Zerecero; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Miren Azkarate-Askasua, Toulouse School of Economics
 

The Returns to Hours Worked Within and Across Occupations: Implications for the Gender Wage Gap
By Jeffrey Denning; BYU
Brian Jacob; University of Michigan
Lars Lefgren; Brigham Young University
Christian vom Lehn; Brigham Young University
   presented by: Christian vom Lehn, Brigham Young University
 

Who Bears the Welfare Costs of Monopoly?
By Gajendran Raveendranathan; McMaster University
Kyle Herkenhoff; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Gajendran Raveendranathan, McMaster University
 
Session 16: Optimal Taxation
May 17, 2019 15:00 to 16:30
Benson C115
 
Session Organizer: Roozbeh Hosseini, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Marek Kapicka, CERGE-EI
 

Don't Tax Capital---Optimal Ramsey Taxation in Heterogeneous Agent Economies with Quasi-Linear Preferences
By YiLi Chien; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Yi Wen; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: YiLi Chien, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Wealth Taxation and Life Expectancy
By Antonio Bellofatto; University of Queensland
   presented by: Antonio Bellofatto, University of Queensland
 

On the efficient level of inequality in business income
By Thomas Phelan; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Thomas Phelan, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

Organization of Knowledge and Taxation
By Marek Kapicka; CERGE-EI
Ctirad Slavik; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Marek Kapicka, CERGE-EI
 
Session 17: Banks and the Great Depression
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Marc Weidenmier, Chapman University
 

"Loans For the Little Fellow:" Credit, Crisis, and Recovery in the Great Depression
By Sarah Quincy
   presented by: Sarah Quincy,
 

Interbank Connections, Contagion and Bank Distress in the Great Depression
By David Wheelock; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Charles Calomiris; Columbia University
Matthew Jaremski; Utah State University
   presented by: David Wheelock, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Banking Panics and Business Failures: Evidence from the Federal Reserve’s Formative Years
By Marco Del Angel; UCI
   presented by: Marco Del Angel, UCI
 

Banking Stocks and the Great Depression
By Marc Weidenmier; Chapman University
   presented by: Marc Weidenmier, Chapman University
 
Session 18: Gender Wage Gap
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: German Cubas, University of Houston
 

The Impact of Mandated Family Leave on Firms’ Productivity, Hiring Practices, and the Gender Wage Gap
By Rita Ginja; University of Bergen
Arizo Karimi; Uppsala University
Pengpeng Xiao; Yale University
   presented by: Pengpeng Xiao, Yale University
 

Human Capital Accumulation, Search Frictions and the Gender Wage Gap in the Labor Market
By Noriko Amano-Patino; University of Cambridge
Pengpeng Xiao; Yale University
   presented by: Noriko Amano-Patino, University of Cambridge
 

Coordinated Work Schedules and the Gender Wage Gap
By German Cubas; University of Houston
Chinhui Juhn; University of Houston
Pedro Silos; Temple University
   presented by: German Cubas, University of Houston
 
Session 19: Human Capital
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Santanu Chatterjee, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Juan Cordoba, Iowa State University
 

Slums, Allocation of Talent, and Barriers to Urbanization
By Alberto Rivera Padilla
   presented by: Alberto Rivera Padilla,
 

High-Skilled Services and Development in China
By Lei Fang; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
   presented by: Lei Fang, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 

Timing of the Birth: the Role of Productivity Loss and Income Security
By Helu Jiang; Washington University in St. Louis
Hsien-Ming Lien; National Cheng-Chi University
ping wang; Washington University in St.Louis
Yin-Chi Wang; National Taipei University
   presented by: Helu Jiang, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Accounting for the international quantity-quality trade-off
By Juan Cordoba; Iowa State University
   presented by: Juan Cordoba, Iowa State University
 
Session 20: Dynamic Contracting and Learning
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Kyungmin Kim, University of Miami
Session Chair: B Ravikumar, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 

Firm Dynamics and Two-Sided Learning with Multiple Products
By Zachary Mahone; McMaster University
Filippo Rebessi; California State University, East Bay
   presented by: Zachary Mahone, McMaster University
 

Dispersed Information, Learning, and Firm Dynamics in a Stochastic Equilibrium
By Can Tian; University of North Carolina
   presented by: Can Tian, University of North Carolina
 

Insurance and Inequality with Persistent Private Information
By Alex Bloedel; Stanford University
R. Vijay Krishna; Florida State University
Oksana Leukhina; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
   presented by: R. Vijay Krishna, Florida State University
 

Optimal Infant Industry Protection
By B Ravikumar; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Raymond Riezman; Aarhus University
Yuzhe Zhang; Texas A&M University
   presented by: B Ravikumar, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 
Session 21: Credit, Consumption and Uncertainty
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Berrak Bahadir, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Session Chair: Fernando Leibovici, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Household Debt, Inequality and Financial Development
By Berrak Bahadir; University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Kuhelika De; Grand Valley State University
William Lastrapes; University of Georgia
   presented by: Kuhelika De, Grand Valley State University
 

Designing gaps as early warning indicators: Accuracy, predictive power, and robustness
By Daniel O. Beltran; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Mohammad Jahan-Parv; Federal Reserve Board
Fiona Paine; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Daniel O. Beltran, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Firm-level credit ratings and default in the Great Recession: Theory and evidence
By Fernando Leibovici; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
David Wiczer; Stony Brook University
   presented by: Fernando Leibovici, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 
Session 22: Financial Engineering and Institutions
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Pedro Amaral, California State University Fullerton
 

Understanding Bank and Nonbank Credit Cycles: A Structural Explanation
By Bora Durdu; Federal Reserve Board
Molin Zhong; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
   presented by: Bora Durdu, Federal Reserve Board
 

Limited Nominal Indexation of Optimal Financial Contracts
By Cesaire Meh; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Cesaire Meh, Bank of Canada
 

Financial Engineering and the Macroeconomy
By Pedro Amaral; California State University Fullerton
Erwan Quintin; Wisconsin Business School
Dean Corbae; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Pedro Amaral, California State University Fullerton
 
Session 23: Macroeconomic Analysis of Public Policies
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Svetlana Pashchenko, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Kathleen McKiernan, Vanderbilt University
 

To Means-Test or Not to Means-Test: Optimality and Life-Cycle Effects of Universal Basic Income Programs
By Andre Victor Luduvice; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Andre Victor Luduvice, University of Pennsylvania
 

Medicare For All or Medicare For None? A Macroeconomic Analysis of Healthcare Reform
By Mark Kelly; Baylor University
   presented by: Mark Kelly, Baylor University
 

Social Security Reform in the Presence of Informality
By Kathleen McKiernan; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Kathleen McKiernan, Vanderbilt University
 
Session 24: Trade and Income Distribution
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Hoipan Wong, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Income Distribution, New-Consumer Margin, and Price Differences across Countries
By Yue Liu; Central University of Finance and Economics
Rong Luo; University of Georgia
   presented by: Yue Liu, Central University of Finance and Economics
 

On the Heterogeneous Welfare Gains and Losses from Trade
By Daniel Carroll; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Sewon Hur; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Sewon Hur, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

Firm Heterogeneity and Wealth Distribution
By Hoipan Wong; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Hoipan Wong, Washington University in St. Louis
 
Session 25: Developments in Monetary Economics
May 18, 2019 8:30 to 10:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Chadwick Curtis, University of Richmond
 

Demographics and Monetary Policy Shocks
By Kimberly Berg; Miami University
Chadwick Curtis; University of Richmond
Steven Lugauer; University of Kentucky
Nelson Mark; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Chadwick Curtis, University of Richmond
 

The Long-Run Effects of Monetary Policy
By Oscar Jorda; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco an
Sanjay Singh; University of California, Davis
Alan Taylor; University of California, Davis
   presented by: Sanjay Singh, University of California, Davis
 

The limits of forward guidance
By Jeffrey Campbell; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Filippo Ferroni; Chicago FED
Jonas Fisher; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Leonardo Melosi; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
   presented by: Jonas Fisher, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 

Poole rules: Implementing monetary policy using multiple instruments
By Stephen Morris; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Stephen Morris, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 26: Capital Taxation
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Roozbeh Hosseini, University of Georgia
Session Chair: James Feigenbaum, Utah State University
 

Taxation and Legal Forms of Organization
By Sepideh Raei; Utah State University
   presented by: Sepideh Raei, Utah State University
 

Capital Gains Taxation and Investment Dynamics
By Sungki Hong; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Terry Moon; Princeton University
   presented by: Sungki Hong, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 

Corporate Tax Cuts and the Decline of the Labor Share
By Baris Kaymak; University of Montreal
Immo Schott; Université de Montréal
   presented by: Baris Kaymak, University of Montreal
 

Capital in a Segregated Economy
By James Feigenbaum; Utah State University
   presented by: James Feigenbaum, Utah State University
 
Session 27: Monetary Economics with Frictions 1
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Kyungmin Kim, University of Miami
Session Chair: Michael Choi, University of California, Irvine
 

Searching for Federal Funds
By Russell Wong; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Russell Wong, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 

Payment Frictions and Participation in Over-the-Counter Markets
By Lucie Lebeau; UC Irvine
   presented by: Lucie Lebeau, UC Irvine
 

Liquidity provision in a model of banking with circulating debt
By Luis Araujo; Michigan State University
   presented by: Luis Araujo, Michigan State University
 

Money Mining and Price Dynamics
By Michael Choi; University of California, Irvine
Guillaume Rocheteau; University of California, Irvine
   presented by: Michael Choi, University of California, Irvine
 
Session 28: Emerging Market Economies
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Berrak Bahadir, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Session Chair: Kanda Naknoi, University of Connecticut
 

Capital Flows and Growth across Developing Countries
By Josef Schroth; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Josef Schroth, Bank of Canada
 

Financial Dollarization in Emerging Markets: An Insurance Arrangement
By Husnu Dalgic; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Husnu Dalgic, University of Mannheim
 

Foreign Direct Investment Commitments: Evidence from Middle-Income Economies in Asia
By Abigail Hornstein; Wesleyan University
Kanda Naknoi; University of Connecticut
   presented by: Kanda Naknoi, University of Connecticut
 
Session 29: Economics of the Informal Sector
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Santanu Chatterjee, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Miguel Acosta Henao, Graduate Center, CUNY
 

How Productive is Public Investment: Evidence from Indian Manufacturing
By Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher; Xavier University
   presented by: Thomas Lebesmuehlbacher, Xavier University
 

Financial Development Beyond the Formal Financial Market
By Lin Shao; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Lin Shao, Bank of Canada
 

Law enforcement and the size of the informal sector
By Miguel Acosta Henao; Graduate Center, CUNY
   presented by: Miguel Acosta Henao, Graduate Center, CUNY
 
Session 30: Aspects of the Great Recession
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Martin Gervais, Universeity of Georgia
Session Chair: Igor Livshits, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Did the ARRA Help Counties Most Affected by the Great Recession?
By Mario Crucini; Vanderbilt University
Nam Vu; Miami University
   presented by: Mario Crucini, Vanderbilt University
 

Monetary Policy and Firm Heterogeneity: The Role of Leverage Since the Financial Crisis
By Aeimit Lakdawala; Michigan State University
Timothy Moreland; Michigan State University
   presented by: Aeimit Lakdawala, Michigan State University
 

The Persistent Employment Effects of the 2006-09 U.S. Housing Wealth Collapse
By Saroj Bhattarai; University of Texas at Austin
Felipe Schwartzman; Federal Reserve Bank Richmond
Choongryul Yang; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Choongryul Yang, University of Texas at Austin
 

On the Political Economy of Financial Regulation
By Igor Livshits; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Youngmin Park; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Igor Livshits, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 
Session 31: Regional/Spatial Economics
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: Riccardo Bianchi Vimercati, Northwestern University
 

"At-risk jobs", regional growth, and labor market flows
By Eran Hoffmann; Hebrew University
Monika Piazzesi; Stanford University
Martin Schneider; Stanford University
   presented by: Eran Hoffmann, Hebrew University
 

Why are some regions so much more productive than others?
By Chiara Lacava; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Chiara Lacava, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

Regional and Aggregate Implications of Transportation Costs and Tradability of Services
By A. Kerem Cosar; University of Virginia
Sophie Osotimehin; UQAM
Latchezar Popov; Texas Tech University
   presented by: Latchezar Popov, Texas Tech University
 

Micro Assignment and Macro Elasticities: Theory and Applications
By Riccardo Bianchi Vimercati; Northwestern University
Marti Mestieri; Northwestern University
   presented by: Riccardo Bianchi Vimercati, Northwestern University
 
Session 32: Risk and Insurance Over the Business Cycle
May 18, 2019 10:30 to 12:00
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Roozbeh Hosseini, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Aubhik Khan, Ohio State University
 

Population Aging and the Risk Premium
By Joseph Kopecky; Trinity College Dublin
   presented by: Joseph Kopecky, Trinity College Dublin
 

Lending Standards and Consumption Insurance over the Business Cycle
By Kyle Dempsey; The Ohio State University
Felicia Ionescu; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Kyle Dempsey, The Ohio State University
 

Growth, Uncertainty and Business Cycles in an Overlapping Generations Economy
By Aubhik Khan; Ohio State University
Ben Lidofsky; Ohio State University
   presented by: Aubhik Khan, Ohio State University
 
Session 33: Household Finance and Precautionary Savings
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Michael Gelman, Claremont McKenna College
 

Macro Uncertainty and Unemployment Risk
By Joonseok Oh; European University Institute
Anna Rogantini Picco; European University Institute
   presented by: Joonseok Oh, European University Institute
 

When Is It Hard to Make Ends Meet?
By Brian Baugh; University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Jialan Wang; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
   presented by: Brian Baugh, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 

Rational Illiquidity and Excess Sensitivity: Theory and Evidence from Income Tax Withholding and Refunds
By Michael Gelman; Claremont McKenna College
Shachar Kariv; University of California, Berkeley
Matthew Shapiro; University of Michigan
Dan Silverman; Arizona State University
   presented by: Michael Gelman, Claremont McKenna College
 
Session 34: Time Series Methods
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: William Lastrapes, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Alistair Dieppe, World Bank
 

Volatility Structural Impulse Responses to Monetary Policy Shocks Identified in a U.S. Macro-Finance System
By Xiaochun Liu; University of Alabama
   presented by: Xiaochun Liu, University of Alabama
 

New Approaches to the Identification of Low-Frequency Drivers: An Application to Technology Shocks
By Alistair Dieppe; World Bank
Neville Francis; UNC Chapel Hill
Gene Kindberg-Hanlon; World Bank Group
   presented by: Alistair Dieppe, World Bank
 

Inference in Bayesian Proxy-SVARs
By Jonas Arias; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Juan Rubio-Ramirez (Retir; Emory
Daniel Waggoner; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
   presented by: Jonas Arias, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Assessing U.S. Aggregate Fluctuations Across Time and Frequencies
By Thomas Lubik; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Christian Matthes; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Fabio Verona; Bank of Finland
   presented by: Thomas Lubik, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 
Session 35: Unemployment Insurance and Job Flows
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Aspen Gorry, Clemson University
Session Chair: Benjamin Griffy, University at Albany, SUNY
 

Job Mobility and Unemployment Risk
By Yusuf Mercan; University of Melbourne
Benjamin Schoefer; UC Berkeley
   presented by: Yusuf Mercan, University of Melbourne
 

Earnings Growth, Job Flows and Churn
By Satoshi Tanaka; University of Queensland
Lawrence Warren; U.S. Census Bureau
David Wiczer; Stony Brook University
   presented by: Lawrence Warren, U.S. Census Bureau
 

What Do Worker Flows Say about the Wage Gains from Unemployment Insurance
By Benjamin Griffy; University at Albany, SUNY
Stanislav Rabinovich; University of North Carolina - Chapel Hi
   presented by: Benjamin Griffy, University at Albany, SUNY
 
Session 36: Monetary Economics with Frictions 2
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Kyungmin Kim, University of Miami
Session Chair: Sergio de Ferra, Stockholm University
 

Self-confirming Price Dispersion in Monetary Economies
By Garth Baughman; Federal Reserve Board
Stanislav Rabinovich; University of North Carolina - Chapel Hi
   presented by: Garth Baughman, Federal Reserve Board
 

Competition in Costly Information Intermediation: Quality vs. Spillovers
By Daniel Monte; Sao Paulo School of Economics FGV
Roberto Pinheiro; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Roberto Pinheiro, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

Sovereign Default in a Monetary Union
By Sergio de Ferra; Stockholm University
Federica Romei; Stockholm School of Economics
   presented by: Sergio de Ferra, Stockholm University
 
Session 37: Topics in Growth and Macro-finance
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Santanu Chatterjee, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Gregory Casey, Williams College
 

Sovereign Debt: A Quantitative Comparative Investigation of the Partial Default Mechanism
By Manoj Atolia; Florida State University
Shuang Feng; Florida State University
   presented by: Shuang Feng, Florida State University
 

Lessons for Tax Reform from an Equilibrium Model of Innovation
By Domenico Ferraro; Arizona State University
Soroush Ghazi; University of Alabama
Pietro Peretto; Duke University
   presented by: Soroush Ghazi, University of Alabama
 

Efficiency and Distortions with Positional Preferences under Welfarist and Paternalistic Governments: Does One Size Fit All?
By Thomas Aronsson; Umeå University
Sugata Ghosh; Brunel University
Ronald Wendner; University of Graz
   presented by: Sugata Ghosh, Brunel University
 

A Multi-factor Uzawa Growth Theorem and Endogenous Capital-Augmenting Technological Change
By Gregory Casey; Williams College
Ryo Horii; Osaka University
   presented by: Gregory Casey, Williams College
 
Session 38: Innovation
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: Jane Olmstead-Rumsey, Northwestern University
 

World Innovation: Evidence from 100 Years of Patent Data
By Enrico Berkes; The Ohio State University
Kristina Manysheva; Northwestern University
Marti Mestieri; Northwestern University
   presented by: Kristina Manysheva, Northwestern University
 

Defensive Innovation and Firm Growth in the U.S.: Impact of International Trade
By Karam Jo; University of Maryland
   presented by: Karam Jo, University of Maryland
 

Technology Differences, Market Structure, and the Productivity Slowdown
By Jane Olmstead-Rumsey; Northwestern University
   presented by: Jane Olmstead-Rumsey, Northwestern University
 
Session 39: Inequality 2
May 18, 2019 13:30 to 15:00
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: Jiyeon Kim, University of Pittsburgh
 

Automation and Top Income Inequality
By Omer Koru; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Omer Koru, University of Pennsylvania
 

A Joint Theory of Polarization and Deunionization
By Tobias Foell; University of Cologne
Anna Hartmann; University of Cologne
   presented by: Tobias Foell, University of Cologne
 

Skill-Biased Technological Change, Inequality, and the Role of Retraining
By Jiyeon Kim; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Jiyeon Kim, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session 40: Money and Banking 1
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 218 (Vig Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: William Lastrapes, University of Georgia
Session Chair: David Arseneau, Federal Reserve Board
 

Firm Equity Risk, Bank Lending Standards, and the Macroeconomy
By Hien Nguyen; University of California, Riverside
   presented by: Hien Nguyen, University of California, Riverside
 

Should Banks Create Money?
By Christian Wipf; University of Bern
   presented by: Christian Wipf, University of Bern
 

Sunspot Bank Runs and Fragility: The Role of Financial Sector Competition
By Jiahong Gao; University of Alabama
   presented by: Jiahong Gao, University of Alabama
 

How Would U.S. Banks Fare in a Negative Interest Rate Environment?
By David Arseneau; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: David Arseneau, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 41: Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Andrea Waddle, University of Richmond
 

Intellectual Property Rights, Professional Business Services and Earnings Inequality
By Gorkem Bostanci; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Gorkem Bostanci, University of Pennsylvania
 

Revisiting the Impact of USPTO Examiner Incentives: Learning and Patent Office Outcomes
By Nicholas Pairolero; United States Patent and Trademark Office
   presented by: Nicholas Pairolero, United States Patent and Trademark Office
 

Intellectual Property, Tariffs, and International Trade Dynamics
By Federico Mandelman; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Andrea Waddle; University of Richmond
   presented by: Andrea Waddle, University of Richmond
                         Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 
Session 42: Immigration and Remittances
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Mishita Mehra, Grinnell College
 

Remittances, Migration, and the Small Open Economy
By Dennis Jansen; Texas A& M University
Diego Vacaflores; Texas State University
   presented by: Diego Vacaflores, Texas State University
 

On the Implications of Immigration Policy Restricting Citizenship: Evidence from the Dominican Republic
By Susan Pozo; Western Michigan University
   presented by: Susan Pozo, Western Michigan University
 

Skilled Immigration Policy and U.S. Services Offshoring
By Mishita Mehra; Grinnell College
   presented by: Mishita Mehra, Grinnell College
 

Sovereign Default Risk and Migration
By George Alessandria; University of Rochester
Yan Bai; University of Rochester
Minjie Deng; University of Rochester
   presented by: Minjie Deng, University of Rochester
 
Session 43: Unemployment Insurance: Policy Interactions
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Aspen Gorry, Clemson University
Session Chair: Makoto Nakajima, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

UI and DI: Macroeconomic Implications of Program Substitution
By Fatih Karahan; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Yusuf Mercan; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Fatih Karahan, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Unsecured Consumer Credit
By Makoto Nakajima; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Makoto Nakajima, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Optimal Unemployment Insurance across Space
By Andrii Parkhomenko; University of Southern California
   presented by: Andrii Parkhomenko, University of Southern California
 
Session 44: Structural Models of Health
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Svetlana Pashchenko, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Kai Zhao, University of Connecticut
 

The Lifetime Costs of Bad Health
By Mariacristina De Nardi; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Svetlana Pashchenko; University of Georgia
Ponpoje (Poe) Porapakkarm; National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS,Tokyo)
   presented by: Svetlana Pashchenko, University of Georgia
 

Health Shocks and the Evolution of Consumption and Income over the Life-Cycle
By Elena Capatina; Australian National University
Michael Keane; UNSW
Shiko Maruyama; University of Technology Sydney
   presented by: Elena Capatina, Australian National University
 

Health Spending: Necessity or Luxury?
By Keyvan Eslami; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Keyvan Eslami, University of Minnesota
 

How Important Is Health Inequality for Lifetime Earnings Inequality?
By Roozbeh Hosseini; University of Georgia
Karen Kopecky; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Kai Zhao; University of Connecticut
   presented by: Kai Zhao, University of Connecticut
 
Session 45: Sovereign Debt
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Yun Pei, University at Buffalo, SUNY
 

Aggregate Demand and Sovereign Debt Crises
By Francisco Roldan
   presented by: Francisco Roldan,
 

Litigation, Holdout Creditors, and Sovereign Debt Renegotiations
By Yong Kim; Arizona State University
   presented by: Yong Kim, Arizona State University
 

The Impact of Sovereign Default on Lending Countries
By Si Guo; International Monetary Fund
Yun Pei; University at Buffalo, SUNY
   presented by: Yun Pei, University at Buffalo, SUNY
 
Session 46: Monetary Policy: Uncertainty and Informational Effects
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Roberto Samaniego, George Washington University
 

Rationally Confused: Persistence Responses to Transitory Shocks
By Miguel Acosta; Columbia University
Hassan Afrouzi; Columbia University
   presented by: Miguel Acosta, Columbia University
 

From Micro to Macro: A New Methodology to Discriminate Among Models
By Gee Hee Hong; International Monetary Fund
Matthew Klepacz; College of William and Mary
Ernesto Pasten; Banco Central de Chile
Raphael Schoenle; Brandeis University
   presented by: Matthew Klepacz, College of William and Mary
 

Deconstructing Uncertainty
By Xiaohan Ma; Texas Tech University
Roberto Samaniego; George Washington University
   presented by: Roberto Samaniego, George Washington University
 

Mind the Gap! A Monetarist View of the Open-Economy Phillips Curve
By Ayse Kabukcuoglu; North Carolina State University
Enrique Martinez-Garcia; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
   presented by: Ayse Kabukcuoglu, North Carolina State University
 
Session 47: Public Policy
May 18, 2019 15:30 to 17:00
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
Session Chair: Ignacio Gonzalez, American University
 

Public Education Expenditures, Growth and Income Inequality
By Lionel Artige; University of Liege
Laurent Cavenaile; University of Toronto
   presented by: Laurent Cavenaile, University of Toronto
 

Aggregate Tobin's Q and Inequality: the Role of Capital Taxation and Market Power
By Lidia Brun; Université libre de Bruxelles
Ignacio Gonzalez; American University
   presented by: Ignacio Gonzalez, American University
 

Decentralization and Overborrowing in a Fiscal Federation
By Si Guo; International Monetary Fund
Yun Pei; University at Buffalo, SUNY
Zoe Xie; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
   presented by: Zoe Xie, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 
Session 48: The Phillips Curve and Inflation
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: William Lastrapes, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Christopher Stivers, University of Louisville
 

Variation in the Phillips Curve Relation Across Three Phases of the Business Cycle
By Richard Ashley; Virginia Tech
Randal Verbrugge; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Randal Verbrugge, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

Phillips Curves in Noisy Information Forecasts
By Markus Kontny; GSEFM Frankfurt & University Hohenheim
   presented by: Markus Kontny, GSEFM Frankfurt & University Hohenheim
 

On the Drivers of Inflation in Different Monetary Regimes
By Daniel Garces Diaz; Bank of Mexico
   presented by: Daniel Garces Diaz, Bank of Mexico
 

Stock Returns, Inflation Expectations, and the Economic State: A Signaling Role for Inflation?
By Christopher Stivers; University of Louisville
Robert Connolly; UNC-Chapel Hill
Licheng Sun; Old Dominion University
   presented by: Christopher Stivers, University of Louisville
 
Session 49: Education and Life Cycle Earnings
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Aspen Gorry, Clemson University
Session Chair: Oksana Leukhina, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
 

Human Capital, Credit Constraints, and Underemployment
By Paul Jackson; University of California, Irvine
   presented by: Paul Jackson, University of California, Irvine
 

Education Affordability and Earnings Inequality
By Oliko Vardishvili; European University Institute
   presented by: Oliko Vardishvili, European University Institute
 

Sorting of Students into Colleges: Inefficiencies and Policy Implications
By Oksana Leukhina; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
   presented by: Oksana Leukhina, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
 
Session 50: Sovereign Debt and International Reserves
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Berrak Bahadir, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Session Chair: Fernando Arce Munoz, University of MInnesota
 

Model-Based Estimation of Sovereign Default
By Inci Gumus; Sabanci University
Junko Koeda; Waseda University
   presented by: Inci Gumus, Sabanci University
 

Preferential Treatment in the Sovereign Debt Market: Evidence from Bond Mutual Funds
By Nathan Converse; Federal Reserve Board
Enrico Mallucci; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Enrico Mallucci, Federal Reserve Board
 

Fiscal Commitment and Sovereign Default Risk
By Siming Liu; Indiana University
Hewei Shen; University of Oklahoma
   presented by: Siming Liu, Indiana University
 

A Macroprudential Theory of International Reserves
By Fernando Arce Munoz; University of MInnesota
Julien Bengui; Université de Montréal
Javier Bianchi; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Fernando Arce Munoz, University of MInnesota
 
Session 51: Topics in Aging and Retirement
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 214 (M. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Svetlana Pashchenko, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Aspen Gorry, Clemson University
 

Save, Spend or Give? A Model of Housing, Family Insurance, and Savings in Old Age
By Daniel Barczyk; McGill University
Sean Fahle; SUNY Buffalo
Matthias Kredler; Universidad Carlos III Madrid
   presented by: Sean Fahle, SUNY Buffalo
 

Health Risk and the Optimality of Social Security
By Shantanu Bagchi; Towson University
Juergen Jung; Towson University
   presented by: Juergen Jung, Towson University
 

Old Workers and Fiscal Sustainability in Population Aging
By Tomoaki Kotera
   presented by: Tomoaki Kotera,
 

The Causes and Consequences of Retirement Timing Uncertainty
By Maria Casanova; CSUF - California State University Fulle
Aspen Gorry; Clemson University
William Peterman; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Sita Slavov; George Mason University
   presented by: Aspen Gorry, Clemson University
 
Session 52: Topics in International Economics
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Joao Ayres, Inter-American Development Bank
 

Taking Stock of Trade Policy Uncertainty through Anticipation: Evidence from China’s Pre-WTO Accession
By George Alessandria; University of Rochester
Shafaat Khan; University of Rochester
Armen Khederlarian; University of Rochester
   presented by: Armen Khederlarian, University of Rochester
 

Taking Stock of the Trade Response to Anticipated Changes in Tariffs: Evidence from NAFTA's phaseouts.
By Shafaat Khan; University of Rochester
Armen Khederlarian; University of Rochester
   presented by: Shafaat Khan, University of Rochester
 

Exchange Rates and Endogenous Productivity
By Nils Mattis Gornemann; International Finance Board of Governors
Pablo Guerron-Quintana; Boston College
Felipe Saffie; University of Maryland
   presented by: Felipe Saffie, University of Maryland
 

Real Exchange Rates and Primary Commodity Prices
By Joao Ayres; Inter-American Development Bank
Constantino Hevia; Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Juan Pablo Nicolini; Minneapolis Fed
   presented by: Joao Ayres, Inter-American Development Bank
 
Session 53: Structural Change
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Santanu Chatterjee, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Michael Sposi, Southern Methodist University
 

Distortions in Intermediate Markets and Structural Transformation in Latin America
By Rishabh Sinha; The World Bank
   presented by: Rishabh Sinha, The World Bank
 

Economic Structure and Investment Specific Technical Change
By Roberto Samaniego; George Washington University
Juliana Yu Sun; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Roberto Samaniego, George Washington University
 

Why is Agricultural Productivity So Low in Poor Countries? The Case of India
By Md Mahbubur Rahman; McMaster University
Oksana Leukhina; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
Raghav Paul; University of Washington
   presented by: Md Mahbubur Rahman, McMaster University
 

Structural Change and Deindustrialization
By Michael Sposi; Southern Methodist University
Kei-Mu Yi; University of Houston
Jing Zhang; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
   presented by: Michael Sposi, Southern Methodist University
 
Session 54: Monetary Policy: Empirical Studies
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 124 (Scherer Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: William Lastrapes, University of Georgia
Session Chair: W. McMillin, Louisiana State University
 

A New Interpretation of Money Growth Targeting and the Monetarist Experiment
By John Keating; University of Kansas
Andrew Smith; Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
   presented by: John Keating, University of Kansas
 

FOMC Statements and Monetary Policy Expectations
By Amy Neff; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Amy Neff, University of Minnesota
 

Nominal GDP versus Price Level Targeting: An Empirical Evaluation
By James Fackler
W. McMillin; Louisiana State University
   presented by: W. McMillin, Louisiana State University
 
Session 55: Housing and the Macroeconomy 2
May 19, 2019 8:15 to 9:45
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Berrak Bahadir, University of North Carolina - Greensboro
Session Chair: Suleyman Gozen, The University of Chicago
 

Keeping up with the Zhangs and House Price Dynamics in China
By Raoul Minetti; Michigan State University
Tao Peng; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
Tao Jiang; Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Tao Peng, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics
 

Patents as Collateral: Innovative Financing for Innovation
By Suleyman Gozen; The University of Chicago
   presented by: Suleyman Gozen, The University of Chicago
 

House Prices, Frictions, and Excess Consumption Volatility in Emerging Countries
By Wonmun Shin; Columbia University
   presented by: Wonmun Shin, Columbia University
 
Session 56: Heterogeneous Agent Models
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
Correll 116 (Georgia Power Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: William Lastrapes, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Benjamin Johannsen, Federal Reserve Board
 

Applying the Explicit Aggregation Algorithm to Heterogeneous Macro Models
By Takeki Sunakawa; Kobe University
   presented by: Takeki Sunakawa, Kobe University
 

Monetary Policy and Inequality: How Does One Affect the Other?
By Eunseong Ma; Texas A&M University
   presented by: Eunseong Ma, Texas A&M University
 

Macroeconomic Implications of Heterogeneity in Labor Earnings and Returns to Savings
By Aditya Aladangady; Federal Reserve Board
Etienne Gagnon; Federal Reserve Board
Benjamin Johannsen; Federal Reserve Board
William Peterman; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
   presented by: Benjamin Johannsen, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 57: Topics in Family Economics and Home Production
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
Correll 213 (Feinberg Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Svetlana Pashchenko, University of Georgia
Session Chair: Pedro Silos, Temple University
 

Early Childhood Investment and Income Taxation
By Musab Kurnaz; University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Mehmet Soytas; Ozyegin University
   presented by: Musab Kurnaz, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
 

Child Care Subsidies with One- and Two-Parent Families
By Emily Moschini; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Emily Moschini, University of Minnesota
 

Back to Becker: Producing Consumption with Time and Goods
By Lei Fang; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Anne Hannusch; University of Mannheim
Pedro Silos; Temple University
   presented by: Pedro Silos, Temple University
 
Session 58: Labor Market Dynamics
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
Correll 321 (L. Burns Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Julio Garin, Claremont McKenna
Session Chair: Marianna Kudlyak, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

Wage Dynamics Within Firms
By Eric Smith; University of Essex
   presented by: Eric Smith, University of Essex
 

Dual Income Couples and Interstate Migration
By Bulent Guler; Indiana University Bloomington
Ahmet Ali Taskin; Ulm University
   presented by: Bulent Guler, Indiana University Bloomington
 

The Decline of Short Duration Employment Spells
By Michael Pries; University of Notre Dame
Richard Rogerson; Princeton University
   presented by: Michael Pries, University of Notre Dame
 

Job-Finding and Job-Losing: A Comprehensive Model of Heterogeneous Individual Labor-Market Dynamics
By Robert Hall; STANFORD UNIVERSITY
Marianna Kudlyak; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Marianna Kudlyak, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 
Session 59: Multinationals and Export Dynamics
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
Correll 221 (Lassiter Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Federico Mandelman, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Session Chair: Nicholas Kozeniauskas, Bank of Portugal
 

Financing Multinationals
By Jingting Fan; Pennsylvania State University
Wenlan Luo; Tsinghua University
   presented by: Jingting Fan, Pennsylvania State University
 

The International Diffusion of the Automobile from 1913 to 1940
By Dong Cheng; Union College
Mario Crucini; Vanderbilt University
Hyunseung Oh; Vanderbilt University
Hakan Yilmazkuday; Florida International University
   presented by: Dong Cheng, Union College
 

Demand Learning, Customer Capital, and Exporter Dynamics
By Nicholas Kozeniauskas; Bank of Portugal
Spencer Lyon; New York University
   presented by: Nicholas Kozeniauskas, Bank of Portugal
 
Session 60: Public Finance
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
Correll 222 (Turner Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Martin Gervais, Universeity of Georgia
Session Chair: Paul Klein, Stockholm University
 

The Kansas Tax Experiment: The Matter of Legal Form of Organization
By Shi Qi; College of William and Mary
Don schlagenhauf; federal reserve bank of st louis
   presented by: Don schlagenhauf, federal reserve bank of st louis
 

Residence- and source-based capital taxation in open economies with infinitely-lived consumers
By Till Gross; Carleton University
Paul Klein; Stockholm University
Miltiadis Makris; University of Kent
   presented by: Till Gross, Carleton University
 

How to Starve the Beast: Fiscal and Monetary Policy Rules
By Fernando Martin; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Fernando Martin, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Taxation, Expenditures and the Irish Miracle
By Paul Klein; Stockholm University
Gustavo Ventura; Arizona State University
   presented by: Paul Klein, Stockholm University
 
Session 61: Money and Banking 2
May 19, 2019 10:00 to 11:30
Correll 313 (Barksdale Classroom)
 
Session Organizer: Martin Gervais, Universeity of Georgia
Session Chair: Fan Liang, University of Georgia
 

Relationships in Interbank Markets
By Jonathan Chiu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Jonathan Chiu, Bank of Canada
 

``What Were the Effects of the Federal Reserve's Term Discount Window Program?''
By Edgar Ghossoub; University of Texas at San Antonio
Robert Reed; University of Alabama
Cuiyi Zhang; University of Alabama
   presented by: Cuiyi Zhang, University of Alabama
 

The Fed's discount window during normal times
By Huberto Ennis; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Huberto Ennis, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 

Currency Competition with Uncertain Liquidity: The Case of Cryptocurrencies
By Fan Liang; University of Georgia
Scott Spitze; University of Georgia
   presented by: Fan Liang, University of Georgia
 

61 sessions, 211 papers, and 0 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Acosta, MiguelP46
2Acosta Henao, MiguelP29, C29
3Amano-Patino, NorikoP18
4Amaral, PedroP22, C22
5Andolfatto, DavidP2
6Araujo, LuisP27
7Arce Munoz, FernandoP50, C50
8Arias, JonasP34
9Arseneau, DavidP40, C40
10Avila, OscarP12
11Ayres, JoaoP52, C52
12Aysun, UlucP14
13Azkarate-Askasua, MirenP15
14Baugh, BrianP33
15Baughman, GarthP36
16Bellofatto, AntonioP16
17Beltran, Daniel O.P21
18Bianchi Vimercati, RiccardoP31, C31
19Bostanci, GorkemP41
20Byun, Sung JeP7
21Capatina, ElenaP44
22Carroll, DanielP3, C3
23Casey, GregoryP37, C37
24Cavenaile, LaurentP47
25Charalampidis, NikolaosP12
26Cheng, DongP59
27Chien, YiLiP16
28Chiu, JonathanP61
29Choi, MichaelP27, C27
30Cordoba, JuanP19, C19
31Crucini, MarioP30
32Cubas, GermanP18, C18
33Curtis, ChadwickP25, C25
34Dalgic, HusnuP28
35De, KuhelikaP21
36de Ferra, SergioP36, C36
37de Francisco, EvaP13
38de Soyres, FrancoisP1
39Del Angel, MarcoP17
40Delventhal, MatthewP1, C1
41Dempsey, KyleP32
42Deng, MinjieP42
43Dieppe, AlistairP34, C34
44Doblas-Madrid, AntonioP11
45Durdu, BoraP22
46Ennis, HubertoP61
47Esfahani, MehrdadP4
48Eslami, KeyvanP44
49Fahle, SeanP51
50Fan, JingtingP59
51Fang, LeiP19
52Feigenbaum, JamesP26, C26
53Feng, ShuangP37
54Fisher, JonasP25
55Foell, TobiasP39
56Fuchs, SimonP10
57Gao, JiahongP40
58Garces Diaz, DanielP48
59Garin, JulioP9, C9
60Gelman, MichaelP33, C33
61Ghazi, SoroushP37
62Ghosh, SugataP37
63Gibson, JohnP5
64Gonzalez, IgnacioP47, C47
65Gordon, GreyP3
66Gorry, AspenP51, C51
67Gozen, SuleymanP55, C55
68Griffy, BenjaminP35, C35
69Gross, IsaacP13
70Gross, TillP60
71Guler, BulentP58
72Gumus, InciP50
73Hoffmann, EranP31
74Hong, SungkiP26
75Hur, SewonP24
76Jackson, PaulP49
77Jacobson, MargaretP13, C13
78Jiang, HeluP19
79Jo, KaramP38
80Johannsen, BenjaminP56, C56
81Jung, JuergenP51
82Kabukcuoglu, AyseP46
83Kapicka, MarekP16, C16
84Karahan, FatihP43
85Kaymak, BarisP26
86Keating, JohnP54
87Keister, ToddP2, C2
88Kelly, MarkP23
89Khan, ShafaatP52
90Khan, AubhikP32, C32
91Khederlarian, ArmenP52
92Kim, YongP45
93Kim, JiyeonP39, C39
94Kim, Jeong Ho (John)P11
95Klein, PaulP60, C60
96Klepacz, MatthewP46
97Ko, PaulP12, C12
98Kontny, MarkusP48
99Kopecky, JosephP32
100Koru, OmerP39
101Kotera, TomoakiP51
102Kozeniauskas, NicholasP59, C59
103Krishna, R. VijayP20
104Kudlyak, MariannaP58, C58
105Kurnaz, MusabP57
106Lacava, ChiaraP31
107Lakdawala, AeimitP30
108Lebeau, LucieP27
109Lebesmuehlbacher, ThomasP29
110Lee, HyunjuP7, C7
111Leibovici, FernandoP21, C21
112Leukhina, OksanaP49, C49
113LEUNG, CHEUK SHINGP3
114Li, FeiP11, C11
115Liang, FanP61, C61
116Lind, NelsonP1
117Liu, YueP24
118Liu, SimingP50
119Liu, XiaochunP34
120Liu, KuanP7
121Livshits, IgorP30, C30
122Lubik, ThomasP34
123Luduvice, Andre VictorP23
124Lugauer, StevenP10
125Ma, EunseongP56
126Madera, RocioP8
127Mahone, ZacharyP20
128Mallucci, EnricoP50
129Mandelman, FedericoP41
130Manysheva, KristinaP38
131Martin, FernandoP60
132McKiernan, KathleenP23, C23
133McMillin, W.P54, C54
134Meh, CesaireP22
135Mehra, MishitaP42, C42
136Mercan, YusufP35
137Mix, CarterP10
138Mondragon, JorgeP12
139Morris, StephenP25
140Morshed, AKMP4, C4
141Moschini, EmilyP57
142Nakajima, MakotoP43, C43
143Naknoi, KandaP28, C28
144Neff, AmyP54
145Nguyen, HienP40
146Oh, JoonseokP33
147Olmstead-Rumsey, JaneP38, C38
148Pairolero, NicholasP41
149Park, JaevinP9
150Parkhomenko, AndriiP43
151Pashchenko, SvetlanaP44
152Pei, YunP45, C45
153Peng, TaoP55
154Peretto, PietroP4
155Peterman, WilliamP5
156Phelan, ThomasP16
157Pinheiro, RobertoP36
158Popov, LatchezarP31
159Pozo, SusanP42
160Pries, MichaelP58
161Pugsley, BenjaminP8, C8
162Pujolas Fons, Pau SalvadorP10, C10
163Quincy, SarahP17
164Raei, SepidehP26
165Rahman, Md MahbuburP53
166Raveendranathan, GajendranP15, C15
167Ravikumar, BP20, C20
168Refayet, EhrazP11
169Rivera Padilla, AlbertoP19
170Roldan, FranciscoP45
171Roldan-Blanco, PauP6
172Saffie, FelipeP52
173Samaniego, RobertoP46, C46, P53
174Santacreu, Ana MariaP1
175Savagar, AnthonyP6
176schlagenhauf, DonP60
177Schroth, JosefP28
178Schuh, ScottP9
179Shao, LinP29
180Shin, WonmunP55
181Silos, PedroP57, C57
182Singh, SanjayP25
183Sinha, RishabhP53
184Smith, EricP58
185Sposi, MichaelP53, C53
186Stivers, ChristopherP48, C48
187Sunakawa, TakekiP56
188Tasci, MuratP8
189Tian, CanP20
190Vacaflores, DiegoP42
191Vardishvili, OlikoP49
192Verbrugge, RandalP48
193vom Lehn, ChristianP15
194Waddle, AndreaP41, C41
195Warren, LawrenceP35
196Weidenmier, MarcP17, C17
197Wheelock, DavidP17
198Wiczer, DavidP14, C14
199Wipf, ChristianP40
200Wolcott, ErinP14
201Wong, RussellP27
202Wong, HoipanP24, C24
203Xiao, PengpengP18
204Xie, ZoeP47
205Yang, ChoongryulP30
206Yoon, Sang-HaP6, C6
207Yuen, C. Y. KelvinP5, C5
208Zhang, CuiyiP61
209Zhao, KaiP44, C44
210Zhu, YuP2
211Zipitria, LeandroP6

 

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