SED 2019 Annual Meeting

St. Louis, MO

 
June 26, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
18:00 to 21:00Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Welcome Reception
 
 
 
June 27, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
07:30 to 09:00Bauer Hall Breakfast
 
 
09:00 to 10:30see below Parallel Sessions 1
 
 
10:30 to 11:00Bauer Hall Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:30see below Parallel Sessions 2
 
 
12:30 to 14:00Bauer Hall Lunch
 
 
14:00 to 15:30see below Parallel Sessions 3
 
 
15:30 to 16:00Bauer Hall Coffee Break
 
 
16:00 to 17:30see below Parallel Sessions 4
 
 
18:00 to 19:00Edison Theatre Plenary Session: Laura Veldkamp, Columbia University
 
 
 
June 28, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
07:30 to 09:00Bauer Hall Breakfast
 
 
09:00 to 10:30see below Parallel Sessions 5
 
 
10:30 to 11:00Bauer Hall Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:30Bauer and Seigle Halls Parallel Sessions 6
 
 
12:30 to 14:00Bauer Hall Lunch
 
 
14:00 to 15:30see below Parallel Sessions 7
 
 
15:30 to 16:00Bauer Hall Coffee Break
 
 
16:00 to 17:30see below Parallel Sessions 8
 
 
18:00 to 19:00Edison Theatre Mortensen Lecture: Jan Eeckhout, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 
 
19:30 to 23:30Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Clayton Conference Dinner
 
 
 
June 29, 2019
 
TimeLocationEvent
 
07:30 to 09:00Bauer Hall Breakfast
 
 
09:00 to 10:30see below Parallel Sessions 9
 
 
10:30 to 11:00Bauer Hall Coffee Break
 
 
11:00 to 12:30see below Parallel Sessions 10
 
 
12:30 to 14:00Bauer Hall Lunch
 
 
14:00 to 15:30see below Parallel Sessions 11
 
 
15:30 to 16:00Bauer Hall Coffee Break
 
 
16:00 to 17:30see below Parallel Sessions 12
 
 
18:00 to 19:00Edison Theatre Plenary Session: Emmanuel Farhi, Harvard University
 
 
19:00 to 22:00Bauer Hall Closing Event
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Parallel Sessions 1
Locations: listed below
June 27, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound, Seigle Hall, 303
Accounting For Development, Seigle Hall, 109
Trade, Spatial Equilibrium and Development, Bauer Hall, 240
Financial Intermediation, Bauer Hall, 330
Firms in International Trade, Bauer Hall, 150
Labor Markets and Macroeconomics , Bauer Hall, 210
Rational Inattention, Incomplete Information and Macroeconomics, Seigle Hall, 208
Unsecured Credit: Debt Restructuring, Lending Standards, and the Saving-Constrai..., Seigle Hall, 301
Consumption and Passthrough, Bauer Hall, 230
Skill Mismatch and Labor Market Outcomes, Bauer Hall, 130
Currency Mismatch and International Reserves, Seigle Hall, 106
Design and Implications of Social Insurance, Seigle Hall, 204
Default and Credit Risk for Firms and Consumers, Seigle Hall, 103
Unconventional Monetary Policy, Seigle Hall, 206

Parallel Sessions 2
Locations: listed below
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
 
Unpacking Labor Supply Elasticities, Seigle Hall, 208
Durable Goods and Business Cycles, Bauer Hall, 240
Monetary Policy and Price Rigidity, Seigle Hall, 109
Monetary and Financial International Systems, Bauer Hall, 330
Financial and Organizational Frictions in Macro-Development, Bauer Hall, 230
Development Across Countries, Seigle Hall, 103
Optimal Maturity Structure of Government Debt, Seigle Hall, 303
Demographics, Technology, and Declining Dynamism, Bauer Hall, 130
Endogenous Technical Change, Energy Transitions, and Growth, Bauer Hall, 210
Housing wealth and consumer behavior, Seigle Hall, 204
Financial Expertise and Financial Frictions, Seigle Hall, 206
Inequality and Social Insurance, Seigle Hall, 301
Hedging Macroeconomic Risk, Seigle Hall, 106
Fiscal and Monetary Policy Nexus, Bauer Hall, 150

Parallel Sessions 3
Locations: listed below
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
 
Asset Prices and Macro Fluctuations, Bauer Hall, 330
Demographics and the Macroeconomy, Bauer Hall, 230
Financial Frictions and Business Cycles, Seigle Hall, 106
Topics in Industrial Development, Bauer Hall, 240
HANK, Seigle Hall, 303
World Innovation and World Productivity, Seigle Hall, 204
Expectations, Confidence, and Business Cycle Fluctuations, Seigle Hall, 206
Urban Macroeconomics, Seigle Hall, 109
Production Networks, Prices and Uncertainty Shocks, Bauer Hall, 130
Lifecycle, Retirement and Savings, Bauer Hall, 210
Pricing and Exchange Rate Passthrough, Seigle Hall, 103
Topics in Industrial Organization, Seigle Hall, 301
Demographics and Productivity , Bauer Hall, 150
Financial Frictions in Public and Corporate Debt Management, Seigle Hall, 208

Parallel Sessions 4
Locations: listed below
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
 
Monetary Policy in Open Economies, Seigle Hall, 103
Firms, Investment, and Business Cycles, Bauer Hall, 240
Higher-Order Income Risk and Insurance, Seigle Hall, 208
Labor and Marriage Markets, Bauer Hall, 230
Structural Change (I), Seigle Hall, 206
Stability, Safety, and Liquidity, Bauer Hall, 150
Beliefs and Housing, Seigle Hall, 204
Fiscal Federations, Taxation and Regional Redistribution, Seigle Hall, 106
Blockchain and Cryptocurrency, Bauer Hall, 330
Macroeconomic Significance of Closely Held Firms, Seigle Hall, 301
Spatial Development and Mobility, Bauer Hall, 130
Linkages in Open Economies, Bauer Hall, 210
Perspectives on Labor Share, Seigle Hall, 303
Macroeconomics of China, Seigle Hall, 109

Plenary Session: Laura Veldkamp, Columbia University
Location: Edison Theatre
June 27, 2019 18:00 to 19:00

Parallel Sessions 5
Locations: listed below
June 28, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Industrial Organization and Macroeconomics, Seigle Hall, 303
Topics in Macro Development, Bauer Hall, 330
Optimal Policy Without Commitment, Bauer Hall, 240
Trade Policy in Quantitative Trade Models, Bauer Hall, 230
Labor Market Flows and Economic Development, Bauer Hall, 210
Misallocation under Financial Frictions, Seigle Hall, 301
Liquidity in Laboratory, Seigle Hall, 206
Housing Cycles, Seigle Hall, 208
Unemployment Insurance (I), Seigle Hall, 106
Wealth and Labor Markets, Bauer Hall, 150
Lifecycle, Savings and Risk, Bauer Hall, 130
Financial and Exchange Rate Policies in Emerging Economies, Seigle Hall, 103
Fiscal Policy over the Business Cycle, Seigle Hall, 109
Production Functions: Theory and Data, Seigle Hall, 204

Parallel Sessions 6
Location: Bauer and Seigle Halls
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
 
Covenants and Collateral, Bauer Hall, 240
Wealth Accumulation, Seigle Hall, 103
Balance of Payments, Seigle Hall, 204
Banking Regulation , Seigle Hall, 208
Monetary and Fiscal policy: Micro to Macro, Bauer Hall, 230
Production Networks, Bauer Hall, 210
Topics in Optimal Taxation, Bauer Hall, 330
Unemployment Insurance (II), Bauer Hall, 150
Startups, Innovation and Patents, Seigle Hall, 206
Structural Change (II), Seigle Hall, 301
Income Risk and Inequality over the Business Cycle, Seigle Hall, 109
Topics in Trade, Growth and Productivity, Bauer Hall, 130
Policy in Financial Crisis-Prone Economies, Seigle Hall, 106
Labor Supply: Preferences and Prices, Seigle Hall, 303

Parallel Sessions 7
Locations: listed below
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
 
Heterogeneous Firms and Fluctuations, Seigle Hall, 109
Global Banks and Banking Theory, Seigle Hall, 208
Trade, Financial Development and Exchange Rates, Seigle Hall, 106
Search and the Business Cycle, Seigle Hall, 103
Housing and the Macroeconomy, Bauer Hall, 210
Firm Heterogeneity and Workers, Seigle Hall, 301
Asset Pricing and Private Equity, Seigle Hall, 206
Digital Currencies, Bauer Hall, 150
Inequality, Skills and Structural Change, Bauer Hall, 240
Distributional Dynamics Over the Business Cycle, Bauer Hall, 330
Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity, Bauer Hall, 230
Families, Institutions and Labor Market Outcomes, Seigle Hall, 303
Optimal Taxation, Seigle Hall, 204
Macroeconomics of Market Frictions, Bauer Hall, 130

Parallel Sessions 8
Locations: listed below
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
 
Firm Organization, Technology, and Trade, Bauer Hall, 210
Sovereign Default , Bauer Hall, 330
Intergenerational Transfers and Family Insurance, Seigle Hall, 303
Optimal Fiscal Policy, Bauer Hall, 150
Topics in Interregional Trade, Seigle Hall, 103
Money and Risk Premia, Bauer Hall, 240
Technology and the Future of Work, Bauer Hall, 230
Determinants of Debt Maturity, Seigle Hall, 206
Bounded Rationality and Monetary Policy, Seigle Hall, 204
Weather Shocks, Oil Shocks and the Macroeconomy, Seigle Hall, 106
Credit Constraints in the Great Recession, Seigle Hall, 109
Taxation and Productivity, Seigle Hall, 208
Labor Supply in the Extensive and Intensive Margins, Bauer Hall, 130
Macro Shocks and Asset Prices, Seigle Hall, 301

Mortensen Lecture: Jan Eeckhout, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Location: Edison Theatre
June 28, 2019 18:00 to 19:00

Parallel Sessions 9
Locations: listed below
June 29, 2019 09:00 to 10:30
 
Asset Prices and International Macro, Seigle Hall, 204
Taxing Families and Businesses, Seigle Hall, 103
Market Power and Productivity (I), Bauer Hall, 210
Liquidity of the Financial Over-the-Counter Market, Bauer Hall, 230
Concentration and Spatial Competition, Bauer Hall, 330
Corporate Taxes, Public Investment and Private Investment, Seigle Hall, 206
Machine Learning, Big Data and On-line Data, Bauer Hall, 240
Knowledge Diffusion and Innovation, Seigle Hall, 301
Unsecured Credit: Lender Market Power, Teasers, and Bankruptcy, Seigle Hall, 208
Racial and Gender Gaps in Labor Markets, Seigle Hall, 106
Networks and Propagation of Shocks, Seigle Hall, 109
The Heterogeneous Effects of Trade on Households and Firms, Bauer Hall, 130
Market Shares, Markups and Market Concentration, Seigle Hall, 303
Allocation of Workers Across Firms and Sectors, Bauer Hall, 150

Parallel Sessions 10
Locations: listed below
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
 
Behavioral Macro and Asset Pricing, Bauer Hall, 230
Skill Heterogeneity and Labor Market Outcomes, Bauer Hall, 130
Monetary Policy under Heterogeneous Agents, Bauer Hall, 150
Information Frictions in Macro Finance, Bauer Hall, 330
Household Credit and Business Cycle Linkages, Bauer Hall, 240
Numerical Methods for Heterogeneous Agents, Seigle Hall, 208
Monetary Policy and Sectoral Heterogeneity, Seigle Hall, 206
International Trade Shocks and Policy, Seigle Hall, 109
Policy Design with Political Constraints, Seigle Hall, 204
Topics in Trade and Labor, Bauer Hall, 210
Bubbles and Macro Policy, Seigle Hall, 303
Sovereign Default Risk, Seigle Hall, 103
Role of Money, Seigle Hall, 106
Men and Women in the Labor and Marriage Markets, Seigle Hall, 301

Parallel Sessions 11
Locations: listed below
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
 
Accumulation and Growth after a Crisis, Seigle Hall, 208
Fiscal Policy, Bauer Hall, 150
Market Power and Productivity (II), Seigle Hall, 301
Exchange Rates (I), Bauer Hall, 240
Asset Liquidity and Government Policies, Bauer Hall, 230
Housing Markets, Bauer Hall, 130
Financial Frictions and Macroeconomic Policy, Seigle Hall, 103
Search Theory, Bauer Hall, 210
Retirement Savings and Retirement Age, Seigle Hall, 106
The Role of the Informal Sector in Emerging Economies, Seigle Hall, 204
Labor Market Competition, Bauer Hall, 330
Factor Shares and Factor Utilization, Seigle Hall, 206
Demographics: Fertility, Optimal Population and Trade Imbalances, Seigle Hall, 303
Means of Payment and Financial Deregulation, Seigle Hall, 109

Parallel Sessions 12
Locations: listed below
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
 
Information and Intermediation, Seigle Hall, 109
Consumption Insurance and Health Insurance, Seigle Hall, 103
Health Inequality, Seigle Hall, 301
Housing, Consumption and Monetary Policy, Bauer Hall, 240
Exchange Rates (II), Seigle Hall, 208
Agriculture and Development, Bauer Hall, 230
Risk Sharing in Financial Networks, Bauer Hall, 130
Spatial Models of Labor Markets and City Size, Bauer Hall, 330
Wage Rigidity, Monetary Policy Shocks and Inflation, Seigle Hall, 303
Occupational Choice: Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment, Seigle Hall, 206
Banking Networks and Systemic Risk, Bauer Hall, 210
New Perspectives on Business Cycle Models, Bauer Hall, 150
Surveys and Forecasts in Financial Markets, Seigle Hall, 204
Quantitative Methods, Seigle Hall, 106

Plenary Session: Emmanuel Farhi, Harvard University
Location: Edison Theatre
June 29, 2019 18:00 to 19:00

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
1June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound3
2June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Accounting For Development3
3June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Trade, Spatial Equilibrium and Development3
4June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Financial Intermediation3
5June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Firms in International Trade3
6June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Labor Markets and Macroeconomics 3
7June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Rational Inattention, Incomplete Information and Macroeconomics3
8June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Unsecured Credit: Debt Restructuring, Lending Standards, and the Saving-Constrained3
9June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Consumption and Passthrough3
10June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Skill Mismatch and Labor Market Outcomes3
11June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Currency Mismatch and International Reserves3
12June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Design and Implications of Social Insurance3
13June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Default and Credit Risk for Firms and Consumers3
14June 27, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Unconventional Monetary Policy3
15June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Unpacking Labor Supply Elasticities3
16June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Durable Goods and Business Cycles3
17June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Monetary Policy and Price Rigidity3
18June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Monetary and Financial International Systems3
19June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Financial and Organizational Frictions in Macro-Development3
20June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Development Across Countries3
21June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Optimal Maturity Structure of Government Debt3
22June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Demographics, Technology, and Declining Dynamism3
23June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Endogenous Technical Change, Energy Transitions, and Growth3
24June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Housing wealth and consumer behavior3
25June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Financial Expertise and Financial Frictions3
26June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Inequality and Social Insurance3
27June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Hedging Macroeconomic Risk3
28June 27, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Fiscal and Monetary Policy Nexus3
29June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Asset Prices and Macro Fluctuations3
30June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Demographics and the Macroeconomy3
31June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Financial Frictions and Business Cycles3
32June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Topics in Industrial Development3
33June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 303 HANK3
34June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 204 World Innovation and World Productivity3
35June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Expectations, Confidence, and Business Cycle Fluctuations3
36June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Urban Macroeconomics3
37June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Production Networks, Prices and Uncertainty Shocks3
38June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Lifecycle, Retirement and Savings3
39June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Pricing and Exchange Rate Passthrough3
40June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Topics in Industrial Organization3
41June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Demographics and Productivity 3
42June 27, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Financial Frictions in Public and Corporate Debt Management3
43June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Monetary Policy in Open Economies3
44June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Firms, Investment, and Business Cycles3
45June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Higher-Order Income Risk and Insurance3
46June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Labor and Marriage Markets3
47June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Structural Change (I)3
48June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Stability, Safety, and Liquidity3
49June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Beliefs and Housing3
50June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Fiscal Federations, Taxation and Regional Redistribution3
51June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency3
52June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Macroeconomic Significance of Closely Held Firms3
53June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Spatial Development and Mobility3
54June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Linkages in Open Economies3
55June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Perspectives on Labor Share3
56June 27, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Macroeconomics of China3
57June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Industrial Organization and Macroeconomics3
58June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Topics in Macro Development3
59June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Optimal Policy Without Commitment3
60June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Trade Policy in Quantitative Trade Models3
61June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Labor Market Flows and Economic Development3
62June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Misallocation under Financial Frictions3
63June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Liquidity in Laboratory3
64June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Housing Cycles3
65June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Unemployment Insurance (I)3
66June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Wealth and Labor Markets3
67June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Lifecycle, Savings and Risk3
68June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Financial and Exchange Rate Policies in Emerging Economies3
69June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Fiscal Policy over the Business Cycle3
70June 28, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Production Functions: Theory and Data3
71June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Covenants and Collateral3
72June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Wealth Accumulation3
73June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Balance of Payments3
74June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Banking Regulation 3
75June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Monetary and Fiscal policy: Micro to Macro3
76June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Production Networks3
77June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Topics in Optimal Taxation3
78June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Unemployment Insurance (II)3
79June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Startups, Innovation and Patents3
80June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Structural Change (II)3
81June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Income Risk and Inequality over the Business Cycle3
82June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Topics in Trade, Growth and Productivity3
83June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Policy in Financial Crisis-Prone Economies3
84June 28, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Labor Supply: Preferences and Prices3
85June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Heterogeneous Firms and Fluctuations3
86June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Global Banks and Banking Theory3
87June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Trade, Financial Development and Exchange Rates3
88June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Search and the Business Cycle3
89June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Housing and the Macroeconomy3
90June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Firm Heterogeneity and Workers3
91June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Asset Pricing and Private Equity3
92June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Digital Currencies3
93June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Inequality, Skills and Structural Change3
94June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Distributional Dynamics Over the Business Cycle3
95June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity3
96June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Families, Institutions and Labor Market Outcomes3
97June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Optimal Taxation3
98June 28, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Macroeconomics of Market Frictions3
99June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Firm Organization, Technology, and Trade3
100June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Sovereign Default 3
101June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Intergenerational Transfers and Family Insurance3
102June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Optimal Fiscal Policy3
103June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Topics in Interregional Trade3
104June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Money and Risk Premia3
105June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Technology and the Future of Work3
106June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Determinants of Debt Maturity3
107June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Bounded Rationality and Monetary Policy3
108June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Weather Shocks, Oil Shocks and the Macroeconomy3
109June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Credit Constraints in the Great Recession3
110June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Taxation and Productivity3
111June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Labor Supply in the Extensive and Intensive Margins3
112June 28, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Macro Shocks and Asset Prices3
113June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Asset Prices and International Macro3
114June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Taxing Families and Businesses3
115June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Market Power and Productivity (I)3
116June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Liquidity of the Financial Over-the-Counter Market3
117June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Concentration and Spatial Competition3
118June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Corporate Taxes, Public Investment and Private Investment3
119June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Machine Learning, Big Data and On-line Data3
120June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Knowledge Diffusion and Innovation3
121June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Unsecured Credit: Lender Market Power, Teasers, and Bankruptcy3
122June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Racial and Gender Gaps in Labor Markets3
123June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Networks and Propagation of Shocks3
124June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 130 The Heterogeneous Effects of Trade on Households and Firms3
125June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Market Shares, Markups and Market Concentration3
126June 29, 2019
9:00-10:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Allocation of Workers Across Firms and Sectors3
127June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Behavioral Macro and Asset Pricing3
128June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Skill Heterogeneity and Labor Market Outcomes3
129June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Monetary Policy under Heterogeneous Agents3
130June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Information Frictions in Macro Finance3
131June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Household Credit and Business Cycle Linkages3
132June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Numerical Methods for Heterogeneous Agents3
133June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Monetary Policy and Sectoral Heterogeneity3
134June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 109 International Trade Shocks and Policy3
135June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Policy Design with Political Constraints3
136June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Topics in Trade and Labor3
137June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Bubbles and Macro Policy3
138June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Sovereign Default Risk3
139June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Role of Money3
140June 29, 2019
11:00-12:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Men and Women in the Labor and Marriage Markets3
141June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Accumulation and Growth after a Crisis3
142June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 150 Fiscal Policy3
143June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 301 Market Power and Productivity (II)3
144June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Exchange Rates (I)3
145June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Asset Liquidity and Government Policies3
146June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Housing Markets3
147June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Financial Frictions and Macroeconomic Policy3
148June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Search Theory3
149June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Retirement Savings and Retirement Age3
150June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 204 The Role of the Informal Sector in Emerging Economies3
151June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Labor Market Competition3
152June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Factor Shares and Factor Utilization3
153June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Demographics: Fertility, Optimal Population and Trade Imbalances3
154June 29, 2019
14:00-15:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Means of Payment and Financial Deregulation3
155June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 109 Information and Intermediation3
156June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 103 Consumption Insurance and Health Insurance3
157June 29, 2019
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Seigle Hall, 301 Health Inequality3
158June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 240 Housing, Consumption and Monetary Policy3
159June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 208 Exchange Rates (II)3
160June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 230 Agriculture and Development3
161June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 130 Risk Sharing in Financial Networks3
162June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 330 Spatial Models of Labor Markets and City Size3
163June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 303 Wage Rigidity, Monetary Policy Shocks and Inflation3
164June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 206 Occupational Choice: Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment3
165June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 210 Banking Networks and Systemic Risk3
166June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Bauer Hall, 150 New Perspectives on Business Cycle Models3
167June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 204 Surveys and Forecasts in Financial Markets3
168June 29, 2019
16:00-17:30
Seigle Hall, 106 Quantitative Methods3
 

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SED 2019 Annual Meeting

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Monetary Policy at the Zero Lower Bound
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Global Effective Lower Bound and Unconventional Monetary Policy
By Jing Cynthia Wu; University of Notre Dame
Ji Zhang; PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University
   presented by: Ji Zhang, PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University
 

What to Expect from the Lower Bound on Interest Rates: Evidence from Derivatives Prices
By Thomas Mertens; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Thomas Mertens, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

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
 
Session 2: Accounting For Development
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

International Price Comparison using Scanner Data
By David Argente; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Chang-Tai Hsieh; University of Chicago
Munseob Lee; University of California San Diego
   presented by: Munseob Lee, University of California San Diego
 

The Relative Efficiency of Skilled Labor across Countries: Measurement and Interpretation
By Federico Rossi; Warwick
   presented by: Federico Rossi, Warwick
 

Extending Development Accounting
By Lutz Hendricks; UNC Chapel Hill
Todd Schoellman; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Lutz Hendricks, UNC Chapel Hill
 
Session 3: Trade, Spatial Equilibrium and Development
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

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: A. Kerem Cosar, University of Virginia
 

Spatial Integration, Agricultural Productivity, and Development: A Quantitative Analysis of Ethiopia’s Road Expansion Program
By Tasso Adamopoulos; York University
   presented by: Tasso Adamopoulos, York University
 

Road Network Centralization, Political Institutions, and Conflict
By Simon Alder; University of North Carolina at Chapel H
Illenin Kondo; Notre Dame
Leonard Wantchekon; Princeton University
   presented by: Simon Alder, University of North Carolina at Chapel H
 
Session 4: Financial Intermediation
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Frictional Intermediation in Over-the-Counter Markets
By Julien Hugonnier; EPFL
Benjamin Lester; Dr.
Pierre-Olivier Weill; University of California, Los Angeles
   presented by: Pierre-Olivier Weill, University of California, Los Angeles
 

The Effects of Imposing a Central Counterparty in a Network
By Pablo D'Erasmo; FRB Philadelphia
Selman Erol; CMU
Guillermo Ordonez; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Pablo D'Erasmo, FRB Philadelphia
 

Interbank Networks in the Shadows of the Federal Reserve Act
By Haelim Anderson; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Selman Erol; Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
Guillermo Ordonez; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Selman Erol, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
 
Session 5: Firms in International Trade
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

Calculating the Equilibria of Heterogeneous-Firm Trade Models
By Timothy Kehoe; University of Minnesota
Pau Pujolas; McMaster University
Kim Ruhl; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Timothy Kehoe, University of Minnesota
 

Firm-to-Firm Trade: Exports, Imports, and the Labor Market
By Jonathan Eaton; Pennsylvania State University
Samuel Kortum; Yale University
Francis Kramarz; CREST, ENSAE
   presented by: Jonathan Eaton, Pennsylvania State University
 

Capital-Reallocation Frictions and Trade Shocks
By Andrea Lanteri; Duke University
Pamela Medina; University of Toronto
Eugene Tan; Duke University
   presented by: Eugene Tan, Duke University
 
Session 6: Labor Markets and Macroeconomics
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Aggregate Nominal Wage Adjustments: New Evidence from Administrative Payroll Data
By John Grigsby; University of Chicago
Erik Hurst; University of Chicago
   presented by: Erik Hurst, University of Chicago
 

Understanding Job-to-Job Transitions with Wage Cuts
By Joseph Briggs; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Andrew Caplin; NYU
Victoria Gregory; New York University
Soren Leth-Petersen; Copenhagen University
Johan Saeverud; Copenhagen University
Christopher Tonetti; Stanford GSB
Gianluca Violante; Princeton University
   presented by: Christopher Tonetti, Stanford GSB
 

Measuring the value of non-working time
By Ethan Ilzetzki; London School of Economics
Loukas Karabarbounis; University of Minnesota
arlene wong; PRINCETON UNIV
   presented by: arlene wong, PRINCETON UNIV
 
Session 7: Rational Inattention, Incomplete Information and Macroeconomics
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

The Inattentive Consumer: Sentiment and Expectations
By Rupal Kamdar; UC Berkeley
   presented by: Rupal Kamdar, UC Berkeley
 

Investment under Rational Inattention: Evidence from US Sectoral Data
By Peter Zorn; University of Munich
   presented by: Peter Zorn, University of Munich
 

Do You Know That I Know That You Know?: Higher Order Beliefs in Survey Data
By Olivier Coibion; UT Austin
Yuriy Gorodnichenko; University of California Berkeley
Saten Kumar; Auckland University of Technology
Jane Ryngaert; Wake Forest University
   presented by: Jane Ryngaert, Wake Forest University
 
Session 8: Unsecured Credit: Debt Restructuring, Lending Standards, and the Saving-Constrained
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

Decomposing Present Value Effects on Defaults: Evidence from a large-scale restructuring experiment
By Deniz Aydin
   presented by: Deniz Aydin,
 

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
 

Saving-Constrained Households
By Jorge Miranda-Pinto; University of Queensland
Daniel Murphy; University of Virginia
Kieran Walsh; University of Virginia
Eric Young; University of Virginia
   presented by: Daniel Murphy, University of Virginia
 
Session 9: Consumption and Passthrough
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Who Are the Hand-to-Mouth?
By Mark Aguiar; Princeton University
Mark Bils; U. of Rochester
Corina Boar; New York University
   presented by: Mark Bils, U. of Rochester
 

Latent Heterogeneity in the Marginal Propensity to Consume
By Davide Melcangi; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Davide Melcangi, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Partial Insurance with Advanced Information
By Fatih Karahan; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Laura Pilossoph; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Laura Pilossoph, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session 10: Skill Mismatch and Labor Market Outcomes
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

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

Multidimensional Skill Specialization and Mismatch Over the Lifecycle
By Jacob Loree; Ryerson University
   presented by: Jacob Loree, Ryerson University
 

The Boomerang College Kids: Coresidence and Job Mismatch
By Stefania Albanesi; University of Pittsburgh
Rania Gihleb; University of Pittsburgh
Ning Zhang; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Rania Gihleb, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session 11: Currency Mismatch and International Reserves
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Balance Sheets, Exchange Rates, and International Monetary Spillovers
By Albert Queralto; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Albert Queralto, Federal Reserve Board
 

Nominal Exchange Rate Volatility, Default Risk and Reserve Accumulation
By Siqiang Yang; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Siqiang Yang, University of Pittsburgh
 

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 12: Design and Implications of Social Insurance
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

Public Debt, Redistribution, and Growth
By Axelle Ferriere; PSE
Philipp Grubener; EUI
Dominik Sachs; LMU Munich
   presented by: Axelle Ferriere, PSE
 

Optimal Income Taxation and Commitment on the Labor Market
By Paweł Doligalski; University of Bristol
   presented by: Paweł Doligalski, University of Bristol
 

Labor Market Screening and Social Insurance Program Design for the Disabled
By Naoki Aizawa; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Soojin Kim; Purdue University
Serena Rhee; Korea Development Institute
   presented by: Naoki Aizawa, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 
Session 13: Default and Credit Risk for Firms and Consumers
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Implications of Default Recovery Rates for Aggregate Fluctuations
By Giacomo Candian; HEC Montréal
Mikhail Dmitriev; Florida State University
   presented by: Mikhail Dmitriev, Florida State University
 

Corporate Leverage and Monetary Policy Effectiveness in the Euro Area
By Simone Auer; Bank of Italy
Marco Bernardini; Bank of Italy
Martina Cecioni; Bank of Italy
   presented by: Marco Bernardini, Bank of Italy
 

Measuring the Covariance Risk of Consumer Debt Portfolios
By Carlos Madeira; Central Bank of Chile
   presented by: Carlos Madeira, Central Bank of Chile
 
Session 14: Unconventional Monetary Policy
June 27, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Monetary Policy and the Limits to Arbitrage: Insights from a New Keynesian Preferred Habitat Model
By Walker Ray; UC Berkeley
   presented by: Walker Ray, UC Berkeley
 

Inside Money, Investment, and Unconventional Monetary Policy
By Lukas Altermatt; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   presented by: Lukas Altermatt, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Monetary Operating Procedures in the Fed Funds Market: Theory and Policy Analysis
By Ricardo Lagos; New York University
Gaston Navarro; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Gaston Navarro, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 15: Unpacking Labor Supply Elasticities
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

The Work-Leisure Tradeoff: Identifying the Heterogeneity
By Gizem Kosar; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Aysegul Sahin; University of Texas
Basit Zafar; Arizona State University
   presented by: Gizem Kosar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Income Taxation and the Equilibrium Allocation of Labor
By Jesper Bagger; Royal Holloway, University of London
Mads Hejlesen; Aarhus University
Kazuhiko Sumiya; Royal Holloway, University of London
Rune Majlund Vejlin; Aarhus University
   presented by: Jesper Bagger, Royal Holloway, University of London
 

It Sucks to Be Single! Marital Status and Redistribution of Social Security
By Max Groneck; University of Groningen
Johanna Wallenius; Stockholm School of Economics
   presented by: Johanna Wallenius, Stockholm School of Economics
 
Session 16: Durable Goods and Business Cycles
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

The 2008 US Auto Market Collapse
By Bill Dupor; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Rong Li; Renmin University of China
M. Saif Mehkari; University of Richmond
Yi-Chan Tsai; National Taiwan University
   presented by: Bill Dupor, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Monetary Policy and Durable Goods
By robert barsky; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Christoph Boehm; UT Austin
Christopher House; University of Michigan
Miles Kimball; University of Colorado at Boulder
   presented by: Christopher House, University of Michigan
 

Lumpy Durable Consumption Demand and the State-Dependent Effects of Monetary and Fiscal Policy
By Alisdair McKay; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Johannes Wieland; UCSD
   presented by: Johannes Wieland, UCSD
 
Session 17: Monetary Policy and Price Rigidity
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Using Brexit to Identify the Nature of Price Rigidities
By Bart Hobijn; Arizona State University
Fernanda Nechio; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Adam Shapiro; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Bart Hobijn, Arizona State 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
 

Heterogeneous Price Rigidities and Monetary Policy
By Xavier Jaravel
Andreas Schaab; Harvard University
   presented by: Andreas Schaab, Harvard University
 
Session 18: Monetary and Financial International Systems
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Does a Currency Union Need a Capital market Union?
By Joseba Martinez; London Business School
Thomas Philippon; New York University
Markus Sihvonen; Bank of Finland, Research Unit
   presented by: Joseba Martinez, London Business School
 

Gold standard or fool's gold? Assessing the consequences of the Bretton Woods Era
By Lee Ohanian; University of California Los Angeles
Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Diana Van Patten; UCLA
Mark Wright; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 

Monetary Independence and Rollover Crises
By Javier Bianchi; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Javier Bianchi, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 
Session 19: Financial and Organizational Frictions in Macro-Development
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Firm Growth, Finance and Development
By Francisco Buera; Washington University at St. Louis
   presented by: Francisco Buera, Washington University at St. Louis
 

Business Groups and Economic Development
By Chang-Tai Hsieh; University of Chicago
Munseob Lee; University of California San Diego
Yongseok Shin; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Yongseok Shin, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Isolating Limited Liability as a Financial Friction
By Jesse Perla; University of British Columbia
Carolin Pflueger; University of British Columbia
Michal Szkup; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Jesse Perla, University of British Columbia
 
Session 20: Development Across Countries
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Progressivity and Development
By Raul Santaeulalia-Llopis; MOVE-UAB and Barcelona GSE
Enric Martorell; University of Edinburgh
Leandro de Magalhaes; University of Bristol
   presented by: Raul Santaeulalia-Llopis, MOVE-UAB and Barcelona GSE
 

Accounting for the International Quantity-Quality Trade-off
By Juan Cordoba; Iowa State University
Xiying Liu; Economics and Management School of Wuhan University
Marla Ripoll; University of Pittsburgh
   presented by: Marla Ripoll, University of Pittsburgh
 

Talent Misallocation across Countries: Evidence from Educational Achievement Tests
By Alexander Ugarov; University of Arkansas
   presented by: Alexander Ugarov, University of Arkansas
 
Session 21: Optimal Maturity Structure of Government Debt
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Government Risk Premium Puzzle
By Zhengyang Jiang; Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Hanno Lustig; Stanford University
Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh; Columbia University
Mindy Xiaolan; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, Columbia University
 

Public Debt and the Slope of the Term Structure
By Thien Nguyen; Ohio State University
   presented by: Thien Nguyen, Ohio State University
 

The Optimal Maturity of Government Debt
By Anmol Bhandari; University of Minnesota
David Evans; University of Oregon
Mikhail Golosov; University of Chicago
Thomas Sargent; New York University
   presented by: Mikhail Golosov, University of Chicago
 
Session 22: Demographics, Technology, and Declining Dynamism
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

Technical Change and Entrepreneurship
By Sergio Salgado; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Sergio Salgado, University of Minnesota
 

Declining Dynamism, Increasing Markups and Missing Growth: The Role of the Labor Force
By Michael Peters; Yale University
Conor Walsh; Yale University
   presented by: Conor Walsh, Yale University
 

Labor Market Dynamism and Job Poliarization
By Christoph Hedtrich; Universitat Pompeu Fabra
   presented by: Christoph Hedtrich, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
 
Session 23: Endogenous Technical Change, Energy Transitions, and Growth
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Integrated Assessment in a Multi-region World with Multiple Energy Sources and Endogenous Technical Change
By John Hassler; Institute for International Eco. Studies
Conny Olovsson; Sveriges Riksbank
   presented by: Conny Olovsson, Sveriges Riksbank
 

Climate Change, Directed Innovation, and Energy Transition: The Long-run Consequences of the Shale Gas Revolution
By Daron Acemoglu; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Philippe Aghion; LSE
Lint Barrage; Brown University
David Hemous; University of Zurich
   presented by: Lint Barrage, Brown University
 

Estimating Path Dependence in Energy Transitions
By Kyle Meng; University of California, Santa Barbara and NBER
   presented by: Kyle Meng, University of California, Santa Barbara and NBER
 
Session 24: Housing wealth and consumer behavior
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

The Housing Wealth Effect: Quasi-Experimental Evidence
By Dany Kessel; Södertörn University
Bjorn Tyrefors; IFN
Roine Vestman; Stockholm University
   presented by: Roine Vestman, Stockholm University
 

Household Balance Sheets and Consumption Responses to Income Shocks
By Yunho Cho; Jinan University
James Morley; University of Sydney
Aarti Singh; University of Sydney
   presented by: Yunho Cho, Jinan University
 

What Explains U.S. House Prices? Regional Income Divergence
By Greg Howard; University of Illinois
Carl Liebersohn; Ohio State University
   presented by: Greg Howard, University of Illinois
 
Session 25: Financial Expertise and Financial Frictions
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Disruption and Competition in the Financial Advisory Market
By Antje Berndt; Australian National University
Sevin Yeltekin; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Sevin Yeltekin, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Liquidity and Price Dispersion in Markets with Information Heterogeneity
By Qi Li; Pennsylvania State University
Robert Shimer; University of Chicago
   presented by: Qi Li, Pennsylvania State University
 

Finance-thy-Neighbor. Trade Credit Origins of Aggregate Fluctuations
By Margit Reischer; Cambridge University
   presented by: Margit Reischer, Cambridge University
 
Session 26: Inequality and Social Insurance
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

Managing Inequality over the Business Cycles: Optimal Policies with Heterogeneous Agents and Aggregate Shocks
By xavier Ragot; SciencesPo
   presented by: xavier Ragot, SciencesPo
 

Implications of Uncertainty for Optimal Policies
By Todd Lensman; Cornell University
Maxim Troshkin; Cornell University
   presented by: Todd Lensman, Cornell University
 

Health Risk, Insurance and Optimal Progressive Income Taxation
By Juergen Jung; Towson University
Chung Tran; Australian National University
   presented by: Juergen Jung, Towson University
 
Session 27: Hedging Macroeconomic Risk
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Risk externalities
By Felipe Iachan; FGV
Dejanir Silva; UIUC
   presented by: Felipe Iachan, FGV
 

Government Financing, Inflation, and the Financial Sector
By Bernardino Adão; Banco de Portugal
Andre Silva; Nova School of Business and Economics
   presented by: Andre Silva, Nova School of Business and Economics
 

The Risks of Safe Assets
By Yang Liu; University of Hong Kong
Lukas Schmid; Duke University
Amir Yaron; Wharton-University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Yang Liu, University of Hong Kong
 
Session 28: Fiscal and Monetary Policy Nexus
June 27, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

A Monetary-Fiscal Theory of the Price Level
By David Miller; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: David Miller, Federal Reserve Board
 

Fiscal Origins of Monetary Paradoxes
By Nicolas Caramp; UC Davis
Dejanir Silva; UIUC
   presented by: Nicolas Caramp, UC Davis
 

The Fiscal Theory of the Price Level in Overlapping Generations Models
By Roger Farmer; University of Warwick
Pawel Zabczyk; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Pawel Zabczyk, International Monetary Fund
 
Session 29: Asset Prices and Macro Fluctuations
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Stock Market Wealth and the Real Economy: A Local Labor Market Approach
By Gabriel Chodorow-Reich; Harvard University
Plamen Nenov; Norwegian Business School (BI)
Alp Simsek; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Alp Simsek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Collateral booms and information depletion
By Vladimir Asriyan; CREi, UPF, and Barcelona GSE
   presented by: Vladimir Asriyan, CREi, UPF, and Barcelona GSE
 

Sentiments, asset prices and business cycles
By Vladimir Asriyan; CREi, UPF, and Barcelona GSE
Alberto Martin; CREI, UPF and Barcelona GSE
Jaume Ventura; CREI
   presented by: Alberto Martin, CREI, UPF and Barcelona GSE
 
Session 30: Demographics and the Macroeconomy
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Status Externalities and Low Birth Rates in Korea
By Seongeun Kim; Sejong University
Michele Tertilt; University of Mannheim
Minchul Yum; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Michele Tertilt, University of Mannheim
 

The changing opportunities and outcomes of non-college educated Americans
By Margherita Borella; Unversity of Torino and and CeRP-Collegio Carlo Alberto
Mariacristina De Nardi; Minneapolis Fed, UCL, CEPR, and NBER
Fang Yang; Louisiana State University
   presented by: Fang Yang, Louisiana State University
 

From Trend to Cycle: the Changing Careers of Married Women and Business Cycle Risk.
By Kathrin Ellieroth; Indiana University Bloomington
Amanda Michaud; University of Western Ontario
   presented by: Amanda Michaud, University of Western Ontario
 
Session 31: Financial Frictions and Business Cycles
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Credit Surfaces, Economic Activity, and Monetary Policy
By John Geanakoplos; Yale University
David Rappoport; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: David Rappoport, Federal Reserve Board
 

Haircut Cycles
By Tong Zhang
   presented by: Tong Zhang,
 

Shadow Banking and the Great Recession
By Patrick Feve
   presented by: Patrick Feve,
 
Session 32: Topics in Industrial Development
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Railroads, Reallocation, and the Rise of American Manufacturing
By Richard Hornbeck; University of Chicago and NBER
Martin Rotemberg; New York University
   presented by: Martin Rotemberg, New York University
 

Firm Dynamics and Productivity Growth during the Industrial Revolution
By Reka Juhasz; Columbia University
Mara Squicciarini; Bocconi University
Nico Voigtländer
   presented by: Reka Juhasz, Columbia University
 

Barriers to Mobility or Sorting? Sources and Aggregate Implications of Income Gaps across Sectors and Locations in Indonesia
By José Pulido; Banco de la Republica - Central Bank of
Tomasz Swiecki; UBC
   presented by: Tomasz Swiecki, UBC
 
Session 33: HANK
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Optimal Monetary Policy in HANK Economies
By Sushant Acharya
Edouard Challe; CREST & Ecole Polytechnique
Keshav Dogra; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Edouard Challe, CREST & Ecole Polytechnique
 

Optimal Monetary Policy for the Masses
By James Bullard; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Riccardo DiCecio; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Riccardo DiCecio, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Heterogeneous Households and the Portfolio Rebalancing Channel of Monetary Policy
By Matteo Leombroni; Stanford
Ciaran Rogers; Stanford University
   presented by: Ciaran Rogers, Stanford University
 
Session 34: World Innovation and World Productivity
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

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

World Productivity: 1996-2014
By Mehrdad Esfahani; Arizona State University
John Fernald; INSEAD/FRBSF
Bart Hobijn; Arizona State University
   presented by: Mehrdad Esfahani, Arizona State University
 
Session 35: Expectations, Confidence, and Business Cycle Fluctuations
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Pigouvian Cycles
By Renato Faccini; Queen Mary University
Leonardo Melosi; Chicago Fed
   presented by: Renato Faccini, Queen Mary University
 

Forecaster (Mis-)Behavior
By Alexandre Kohlhas; Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University
Tobias Broer; Stockholm University
   presented by: Alexandre Kohlhas, Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University
 

Uncertainty, Pessimism and Economic Fluctuations
By Guangyu PEI; The Chinese University of Hong Kong
   presented by: Guangyu PEI, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
Session 36: Urban Macroeconomics
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

A House Without a Ring: The Role of Changing Marital Transitions for Housing Decisions
By Minsu Chang; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Minsu Chang, University of Pennsylvania
 

Can We Save the American Dream? A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis of the Effects of School Financing on Local Opportunities
By Tatjana Kleineberg; Yale
   presented by: Tatjana Kleineberg, Yale
 

Household Choices with House Value Misperception
By Stefano Corradin; European Central Bank
Jose Fillat; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Carles Vergara-Alert; IESE Business School
   presented by: Jose Fillat, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 
Session 37: Production Networks, Prices and Uncertainty Shocks
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

Production Networks and the Propagation of Commodity Price Shocks
By Shutao Cao; Bank of Canada
Wei Dong; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Wei Dong, Bank of Canada
 

Pipeline Pressures and Sectoral Inflation Dynamics
By Joris Tielens; KU Leuven
   presented by: Joris Tielens, KU Leuven
 

Financial Frictions, Capital Misallocation, and Input-Output Linkages
By Hsuan-Li Su; National Taiwan University
   presented by: Hsuan-Li Su, National Taiwan University
 
Session 38: Lifecycle, Retirement and Savings
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Are marriage-related taxes and Social Security benefits holding back female labor supply?
By Margherita Borella; Unversity of Torino
Mariacristina De Nardi; UCL, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, CE
Fang Yang; Louisiana State University
   presented by: Mariacristina De Nardi, UCL, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, CE
 

Optimal Policy and Limited Attention
By Ali Shourideh; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Ali Shourideh, Carnegie Mellon University
 

THe Baby Boomers' Retirement and Consumption Savings Puzzle
By Abdou Ndiaye; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
   presented by: Abdou Ndiaye, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 
Session 39: Pricing and Exchange Rate Passthrough
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Exchange Rates, Product Variety, and Substitution in U.S. Scanner Data
By Colin Hottman; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
Surabhi Ghai; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
   presented by: Colin Hottman, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserv
 

The Pass-Through of Large Cost Shocks in an Inflationary Economy
By P. Andres Neumeyer; Universidad Di Tella
   presented by: P. Andres Neumeyer, Universidad Di Tella
 

Uniform Pricing Within and Across Regions: New Evidence from Argentina
By Diego Daruich; New York University
Julian Kozlowski; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
   presented by: Julian Kozlowski, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 
Session 40: Topics in Industrial Organization
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

Wholesale Market Power and the Limited Profitability of Retail Zone Pricing
By Jeff Thurk; University of Notre Dame
Katja Seim; University of Pennsylvania
Eugenio Miravete; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Jeff Thurk, University of Notre Dame
 

Oligopolistic Price Leadership and Mergers: An Empirical Model of the U.S. Beer Industry
By Matthew Weinberg; The Ohio State University, Department of
Nathan Miller; Georgetown University
Gloria Sheu; US Department of Justice, Antitrust Division
   presented by: Matthew Weinberg, The Ohio State University, Department of
 

Concentration and Foreign Sourcing in the U.S. Retail Sector
By Dominic Smith; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Dominic Smith, University of Minnesota
 
Session 41: Demographics and Productivity
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

The Baby Boomers and the Productivity Slowdown
By Guillaume Vandenbroucke; Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
   presented by: Guillaume Vandenbroucke, Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
 

Demographic Obstacles to European Growth
By Thomas Cooley; New York University
Espen Henriksen; University of California, Davis
Edwin Nusbaum; University of California, Santa Barbara
   presented by: Edwin Nusbaum, University of California, Santa Barbara
 

Demographics and Sectoral Reallocations: A Search Theory with Immobile Workers
By Simona Cociuba; University of Western Ontario
James MacGee; University of Western Ontario
   presented by: Simona Cociuba, University of Western Ontario
 
Session 42: Financial Frictions in Public and Corporate Debt Management
June 27, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

A Ramsey Theory of Low Interest Rates
By Marco Bassetto; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Wei Cui; University College London
   presented by: Marco Bassetto, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 

Time Inconsistency and Financial Covenants
By Haotian Xiang; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Haotian Xiang, University of Pennsylvania
 

A dynamic theory of the excess burden of taxation
By Anastasios Karantounias; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
   presented by: Anastasios Karantounias, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 
Session 43: Monetary Policy in Open Economies
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Optimal Monetary Policy under Dollar Pricing
By Konstantin Egorov; New Economic School
Dmitry Mukhin; Yale University
   presented by: Konstantin Egorov, New Economic School
 

Inflation Targeting with Sovereign Default Risk
By Cristina Arellano; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Yan Bai; University of Rochester
Gabriel Mihalache; Stony Brook University
   presented by: Gabriel Mihalache, Stony Brook University
 

Monetary Policy in Sudden Stop-prone Economies
By Louphou Coulibaly; University of Montreal
   presented by: Louphou Coulibaly, University of Montreal
 
Session 44: Firms, Investment, and Business Cycles
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Asset Quality Dynamics
By Dean Corbae; University of Wisconsin
Erwan Quintin; Wisconsin Business School
   presented by: Dean Corbae, University of Wisconsin
 

Equity Markets and Monetary Policy
By Xing Guo; University of Michigan
Pablo Ottonello; University of Michigan
Toni Whited; University of Michigan
   presented by: Toni Whited, University of Michigan
 

Investment Networks, Sectoral Comovement, and the Changing U.S. Business Cycle
By Christian vom Lehn; Brigham Young University
Thomas Winberry; University of Chicago
   presented by: Thomas Winberry, University of Chicago
 
Session 45: Higher-Order Income Risk and Insurance
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Dissecting Idiosyncratic Income Risk
By Elin Halvorsen; Statistics Norway
Hans Holter; University of Oslo
Serdar Ozkan; University of Toronto
Kjetil Storesletten; University of Oslo
   presented by: Serdar Ozkan, University of Toronto
 

Higher-Order Income Risk over the Business Cycle: A Parametric Approach
By Christopher Busch; MOVE-UAB & Barcelona GSE
Alexander Ludwig; Research Center SAFE, Goethe University
   presented by: Christopher Busch, MOVE-UAB & Barcelona GSE
 

Family and Government Insurance: Wage, Earnings, and Income Risks in the Netherlands and the U.S.
By Mariacristina De Nardi; UCL, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, CE
Giulio Fella; Queen Mary, University of London
Marike Knoef; Leiden University, Netspar
Gonzalo Paz Pardo; University College London
Raun Van Ooijen; University of Groningen
   presented by: Raun Van Ooijen, University of Groningen
 
Session 46: Labor and Marriage Markets
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Sorting on the Marriage and the Labor Market
By Paula Calvo; Yale University
Ilse Lindenlaub; Yale University
   presented by: Ilse Lindenlaub, Yale University
 

Rethinking the Welfare State
By Nezih Guner; CEMFI
Remzi Kaygusuz; Sabanci University
Gustavo Ventura; Arizona State University
   presented by: Gustavo Ventura, Arizona State University
 

Dynamic frictionless marriage matching: commitment and household behaviour
By George-Levi Gayle; Washington Unversity in St. Louis
   presented by: George-Levi Gayle, Washington Unversity in St. Louis
 
Session 47: Structural Change (I)
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

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

Home Production with Time to Consume
By William Bednar; Tepper School of Business
Nick Pretnar; Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
   presented by: Nick Pretnar, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
 

Engines of Sectoral Labor Productivity Growth
By Zsofia Barany; Sciences Po, Paris
Christian Siegel; University of Kent
   presented by: Zsofia Barany, Sciences Po, Paris
 
Session 48: Stability, Safety, and Liquidity
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

On the Instability of Banking and Financial Intermediation
By Chao Gu; University of Missouri
Cyril Monnet; Universitat Bern
Ed Nosal; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Randall Wright; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Chao Gu, University of Missouri
 

Interest rates, moneyness, and the Fisher equation
By Lucas Herrenbrueck; Simon Fraser University
   presented by: Lucas Herrenbrueck, Simon Fraser University
 

Business Liquidity, Consumer Liquidity, and Monetary Policy
By Chao He; East China Normal University
Min Zhang; East China Normal University
   presented by: Min Zhang, East China Normal University
 
Session 49: Beliefs and Housing
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

Beliefs, Aggregate Risk, and the U.S. Housing Boom
By Margaret Jacobson; Indiana University
   presented by: Margaret Jacobson, Indiana University
 

A Theory of Housing Demand Shocks
By Zheng Liu; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Pengfei Wang; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Tao Zha; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
   presented by: Zheng Liu, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

House Price Expectations and Housing Choice
By Alexander Ludwig; Research Center SAFE, Goethe University
Jochen Mankart; Deutsche Bundesbank
Jorge Quintana; SAFE and Goethe University
Nathanael Vellekoop; Goethe University Frankfurt
Mirko Wiederholt; Sciences Po
   presented by: Jochen Mankart, Deutsche Bundesbank
 
Session 50: Fiscal Federations, Taxation and Regional Redistribution
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Public Insurance in Heterogeneous Fiscal Federations: Evidence from American Households
By Johannes Fleck; European University Institute
Chima Simpson-Bell; European University Institute
   presented by: Johannes Fleck, European University Institute
 

The Transmission of Quasi-Sovereign Default Risk: Evidence from Puerto Rico
By Anusha Chari; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ryan Leary; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Toan Phan; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Toan Phan, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 

Optimal Regional Insurance Provision under Privately Observable Shocks
By Darong Dai; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Liqun Liu; Texas A&M University
Guoqiang Tian; Texas A & M University
   presented by: Darong Dai, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 
Session 51: Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Equilibrium Bitcoin Pricing
By Bruno Biais; HEC
Christophe Bisière; Université Toulouse Capitole
Matthieu Bouvard; McGill University, Desautels Faculty
Catherine Casamatta; Toulouse School of Economics
Albert Menkveld; VU University Amsterdam
   presented by: Matthieu Bouvard, McGill University, Desautels Faculty
 

Risks and Returns of Cryptocurrency
By Yukun Liu; Yale University
Aleh Tsyvinski; Yale University
   presented by: Yukun Liu, Yale University
 

Settlement and Blockchain Equilibria
By Zahra Ebrahimi; Carnegie Mellon University
Bryan Routledge; Carnegie Mellon University
Ariel Zetlin-Jones; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Bryan Routledge, Carnegie Mellon University
 
Session 52: Macroeconomic Significance of Closely Held Firms
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

What Do Survey Data Tell Us about U.S. Businesses?
By Anmol Bhandari; University of Minnesota
Serdar Birinci; University of Minnesota
Ellen McGrattan; University of Minnesota
Kurt Gerrard See; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Ellen McGrattan, University of Minnesota
 

Macroeconomic Perspective on the Rise of Pass-through Businesses
By Sebastian Dyrda; University of Toronto
Benjamin Pugsley; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Sebastian Dyrda, University of Toronto
 

Capitalist Human Capital
By Vincenzo Quadrini; USC
Qi Sun; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
yicheng wang; University of Oslo
   presented by: Vincenzo Quadrini, USC
 
Session 53: Spatial Development and Mobility
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

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
 

The reallocative effects of mobility restrictions on workers and firms: A West Bank application
By Chiara Fratto; University of Chicago
   presented by: Chiara Fratto, University of Chicago
 

Gray Zones: Slums and Urban Structure in Developing Countries
By Tiago Cavalcanti; University of Cambridge
Daniel da Mata; Sao Paulo School of Economics
Marcelo dos Santos; Insper
   presented by: Tiago Cavalcanti, University of Cambridge
 
Session 54: Linkages in Open Economies
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Trade Theory with Global Production Networks
By David Baqaee; UCLA
   presented by: David Baqaee, UCLA
 

The Welfare Effects of Transportation Infrastructure Improvements
By Treb Allen; Dartmouth
Costas Arkolakis; Yale University
   presented by: Costas Arkolakis, Yale University
 

The intertemporal distribution of the gains from trade
By George Alessandria; U. Rochester
Kim Ruhl; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Kim Ruhl, University of Wisconsin
 
Session 55: Perspectives on Labor Share
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

From Population Growth to Firm Demographics: Implications for Concentration, Entrepreneurship and the Labor Share
By Hugo Hopenhayn; University of California Los Angeles
Julian Neira; University of Exeter
Rish Singhania; University of Exeter
   presented by: Rish Singhania, University of Exeter
 

Concentration in U.S. local labor markets: evidence from vacancy and employment data
By Claudia Macaluso; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Chen Yeh; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Brad Hershbein; W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Res
   presented by: Claudia Macaluso, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 

The Race Between Preferences and Technology
By Joachim Hubmer; Yale University
   presented by: Joachim Hubmer, Yale University
 
Session 56: Macroeconomics of China
June 27, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Rural-Urban Migration, Structural Transformation, and Housing Markets in China
By Carlos Garriga; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Aaron Hedlund; University of Missouri
Yang Tang; Nanyang Technological University
ping wang; Washington University in St.Louis
   presented by: Aaron Hedlund, University of Missouri
 

Demographic Aging, Industrial Policy, and Chinese Economic Growth
By Michael Dotsey; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Michael Dotsey, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Corruption as Collateral
By Min Ouyang; Tsinghua SEM
Shengxing Zhang; London School of Economics
   presented by: Min Ouyang, Tsinghua SEM
 
Session 57: Industrial Organization and Macroeconomics
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Entry and Profits in an Aging Economy: The Role of Consumer Inertia
By Gideon Bornstein; Northwestern University
   presented by: Gideon Bornstein, Northwestern University
 

What is the Impact of Increased Business Competition?
By Chiara Maggi; Northwestern University
   presented by: Chiara Maggi, Northwestern University
 

Two-sided Market, R&D and Payments System Evolution
By Zhu Wang; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Zhu Wang, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 
Session 58: Topics in Macro Development
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Income and Substitution Effects of International Financial Integration: A Firm-Level Analysis
By Felipe Saffie; University of Maryland
Liliana Varela; University of Warwick
Kei-Mu Yi; University of Houston
   presented by: Felipe Saffie, University of Maryland
 

Misallocation at the Industry Level
By Berthold Herrendorf; Arizona State University
Richard Rogerson; Princeton University
Akos Valentinyi; University of Manchester
   presented by: Akos Valentinyi, University of Manchester
 

Information Technology and Returns to Scale
By Danial Lashkari; Boston College
Arthur Bauer; CREST
Jocelyn Boussard; Banque de France
   presented by: Danial Lashkari, Boston College
 
Session 59: Optimal Policy Without Commitment
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

International spillovers and `ex-ante' efficient bailouts
By Marina Azzimonti; Stony Brook University
Vincenzo Quadrini; USC
   presented by: Marina Azzimonti, Stony Brook University
 

Sticky Spending, Sequestration and Debt
By Facundo Piguillem; EIEF
Alessandro Riboni; Ecole Polytechnique
   presented by: Facundo Piguillem, EIEF
 

Optimal Regulation without Commitment: Reputation and Incentives
By Alessandro Dovis; University of Pennsylvania
Rishabh Kirpalani; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Rishabh Kirpalani, University of Wisconsin
 
Session 60: Trade Policy in Quantitative Trade Models
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

The local incidence of trade shocks
By Ferdinando Monte; Georgetown University
   presented by: Ferdinando Monte, Georgetown University
 

The Quantitative Effects of Trade Policy on Industry and Labor Locations
By Lorenzo Caliendo; Yale University
Fernando Parro; Johns Hopkins University
   presented by: Fernando Parro, Johns Hopkins University
 

A Quantitative Analysis of Tariffs across U.S. States
By Ana Maria Santacreu; Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
Michael Sposi; Southern Methodist University
Jing Zhang; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
   presented by: Ana Maria Santacreu, Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
 
Session 61: Labor Market Flows and Economic Development
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

The Gender Gap: Micro Sources and Macro Consequences
By Iacopo Morchio; University of Vienna
Christian Moser; Columbia University
   presented by: Christian Moser, Columbia University
 

Trade and Informality in the Presence of Labor Market Frictions and Regulations
By Rafael Dix-Carneiro; Duke University
   presented by: Rafael Dix-Carneiro, Duke University
 

Labor Reallocation and Convergence: Evidence from East Germany
By Wolfgang Dauth; University of Wuerzburg
Sebastian Findeisen; University of Mannheim
Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee; Queen Mary University of London
Tommaso Porzio; University of California, San Diego
   presented by: Tommaso Porzio, University of California, San Diego
 
Session 62: Misallocation under Financial Frictions
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

Misallocation and risk sharing
By Hengjie Ai; University of Minnesota
Anmol Bhandari; University of Minnesota
Yuchen Chen; University of Minnesota
Chao Ying; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Hengjie Ai, University of Minnesota
 

Dispersion in Financing Costs and Development
By Tiago Cavalcanti; University of Cambridge
Joseph Kaboski; University of Notre Dame
Bruno Martins; Central Bank of Brazil
Cezar Santos; Fundacao Getulio Vargas
   presented by: Joseph Kaboski, University of Notre Dame
 

Firm Dynamics and Economic Development with Corruption and Financial Frictions
By Simon Alder; University of North Carolina at Chapel H
Lin Shao; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Lin Shao, Bank of Canada
 
Session 63: Liquidity in Laboratory
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Inflation and Welfare in the Laboratory
By Janet Hua Jiang; Bank of Canada
Daniela Puzzello; Indiana University
Cathy Zhang; Purdue University
   presented by: Cathy Zhang, Purdue University
 

The Friedman Rule in the Laboratory
By John Duffy; University of California, Irvine
Daniela Puzzello; Indiana University
   presented by: Daniela Puzzello, Indiana University
 

Playing with Money
By Douglas Davis; Virginia Commonwealth University
Oleg Korenok; VCU School of Business
Peter Norman; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Bruno Sultanum; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Randall Wright; University of Wisconsin
   presented by: Bruno Sultanum, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 
Session 64: Housing Cycles
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Trickle-Down Housing Economics
By Charles Nathanson; Northwestern University
   presented by: Charles Nathanson, Northwestern University
 

Spatial Misallocation in Chinese Housing and Land Markets
By Yongheng Deng; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Yang Tang; Nanyang Technological University
ping wang; Washington University in St.Louis
Jing Wu
   presented by: Yang Tang, Nanyang Technological University
 

Housing Dynamics without Homeowners. The Role of I
By Carlos Garriga; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Pedro Gete; IE Business School
Athena Tsouderou; IE Business School
   presented by: Carlos Garriga, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 
Session 65: Unemployment Insurance (I)
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

On the Provision of Unemployment Insurance when Workers are Ex-ante Heterogeneous
By Avihai Lifschitz; Tel Aviv University
Ofer Setty; Tel Aviv University
Yaniv Yedid-Levi; Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya
   presented by: Yaniv Yedid-Levi, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya
 

What hides behind the German labor market miracle? Unemployment insurance reforms and labor market dynamics
By Moritz Kuhn; University of Bonn
Philip Jung; TU Dortmund
Benjamin Hartung; University of Bonn
   presented by: Moritz Kuhn, University of Bonn
 

Unemployment Dynamics and Unemployment Insurance Extensions under Rational Expectations
By Similan Rujiwattanapong; Aarhus University
   presented by: Similan Rujiwattanapong, Aarhus University
 
Session 66: Wealth and Labor Markets
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

Assets and Job Choice: Student Debt, Wages, and Job Satisfaction
By Mi Luo; Emory University
Simon Mongey; University of Chicago
   presented by: Mi Luo, Emory University
 

Wealth, Portfolios, and Unemployment Duration
By François Fontaine; Paris School of Economics
Janne Nyborg Jensen; Aarhus University
Rune Vejlin; Aarhus University
   presented by: François Fontaine, Paris School of Economics
 

Job Risk, Separation Shocks and Household Asset Allocation
By Kieran Larkin; UCL
   presented by: Kieran Larkin, UCL
 
Session 67: Lifecycle, Savings and Risk
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

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
 

Risky Insurance: Insurance Portfolio Choice with Incomplete Markets
By Joseph Briggs; Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Christopher Tonetti; Stanford GSB
   presented by: Joseph Briggs, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Default Options and Retirement Saving Dynamics
By taha choukhmane; Yale University
   presented by: taha choukhmane, Yale University
 
Session 68: Financial and Exchange Rate Policies in Emerging Economies
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Domestic Financial Participation and Financial Policies in Emerging Economies
By Alan Finkelstein-Shapiro; Tufts University
Victoria Nuguer; Inter-American Development Bank
   presented by: Victoria Nuguer, Inter-American Development Bank
 

Argentina'’s 'Missing Capital' Puzzle and Limited Commitment Constraints
By Marek Kapicka; CERGE-EI
Finn Kydland; University of California, Santa Barbara
Carlos Zarazaga; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
   presented by: Carlos Zarazaga, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Emerging markets, household heterogeneity, and exchange rate policy
By Gabriela Cugat; Northwestern University
   presented by: Gabriela Cugat, Northwestern University
 
Session 69: Fiscal Policy over the Business Cycle
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

The Nonlinear Effects of Fiscal Policy
By Pedro Brinca; Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Miguel Faria-e-Castro; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Miguel Ferreira; Nova SBE
Hans Holter; University of Oslo
   presented by: Hans Holter, University of Oslo
 

Government Consumption and Investment: Does the Composition of Purchases Affect the Multiplier?
By Christoph Boehm; UT Austin
   presented by: Christoph Boehm, UT Austin
 

Sovereign Debt and the Effects of Fiscal Austerity
By Diego Anzoategui; Rutgers University
   presented by: Diego Anzoategui, Rutgers University
 
Session 70: Production Functions: Theory and Data
June 28, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

The Aggregate Importance of Intermediate Input Substitutability
By Alessandra Peter; Stanford University
Cian Ruane; International Monetary Fund, Research Department
   presented by: Cian Ruane, International Monetary Fund, Research Department
 

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
 

Why are some regions so much more productive than others?
By Chiara Lacava; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Chiara Lacava, Goethe University Frankfurt
 
Session 71: Covenants and Collateral
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Going-Concern Debt of Financial Intermediaries
By Yueran Ma; University of Chicago
Jose Scheinkman; Columbia University
   presented by: Yueran Ma, University of Chicago
 

Firm Debt Covenants and the Macroeconomy: The Interest Coverage Channel
By Daniel Greenwald; MIT
   presented by: Daniel Greenwald, MIT
 

Conflicting Priorities: A Theory of Covenants and Collateral
By Jason Donaldson; Washington University in St Louis
Denis Gromb; HEC Paris
Giorgia Piacentino; Columbia University
   presented by: Jason Donaldson, Washington University in St Louis
 
Session 72: Wealth Accumulation
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Wealth Accumulation in the U.S.: A Cohort-Based Analysis
By Diego Daruich; New York University
B Ravikumar; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Guillaume Vandenbroucke; Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
   presented by: B Ravikumar, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 

Wealth and Demographics in the 21st Century
By Adrien Auclert; Stanford
Hannes Malmberg; University of Minnesota
Frederic Martenet; Stanford University
   presented by: Hannes Malmberg, University of Minnesota
 

An Impossibility Theorem for Wealth in Heterogeneous-agent Models with Limited Heterogeneity
By John Stachurski; Australian National University
Alexis Akira Toda; University of California San Diego
   presented by: Alexis Akira Toda, University of California San Diego
 
Session 73: Balance of Payments
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

Productivity and Trade Dynamics in Sudden Stops
By Felipe Benguria; University of Kentucky
Hidehiko Matsumoto; Bank of Japan
Felipe Saffie; University of Maryland
   presented by: Hidehiko Matsumoto, Bank of Japan
 

Asset home bias in debtor and creditor countries
By Ning Zhang; University of Glasgow
   presented by: Ning Zhang, University of Glasgow
 

Beyond Home Bias: Portfolio Holdings and Information Heterogeneity
By Rosen Valchev; Boston College
   presented by: Rosen Valchev, Boston College
 
Session 74: Banking Regulation
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Monitor Reputation and Transparency
By Ivan Marinovic; Stanford University
Martin Szydlowski; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Martin Szydlowski, University of Minnesota
 

The Effects of Capital Requirements on Good and Bad Risk Taking
By Nathaniel Pancost; University of Texas at Austin McCombs Sc
Roberto Robatto; University of Wisconsin-Madison
   presented by: Roberto Robatto, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Credit Market Choice
By Nina Boyarchenko; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Anna Costello; University of Michigan
Or Shachar; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Nina Boyarchenko, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session 75: Monetary and Fiscal policy: Micro to Macro
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

The Matching Multiplier and the Amplification of Recessions
By Christina Patterson; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Christina Patterson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Mortgage Prepayment and Path-Dependent Effects of Monetary Policy
By David Berger; Northwestern University
Konstantin Milbradt; Northwestern University
Fabrice Tourre; Copenhagen Business School
Joseph Vavra; University of Chicago
   presented by: Joseph Vavra, University of Chicago
 

Investment, heterogeneity, inattention, and the dynamic effects of monetary policy shocks
By Adrien Auclert; Stanford
Matthew Rognlie; Northwestern University
Ludwig Straub; Harvard
   presented by: Adrien Auclert, Stanford
 
Session 76: Production Networks
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Network Bottlenecks and Market Power
By Vasco Carvalho; U of Cambridge
Matthew Elliott; University of Cambridge
John Spray; Cambridge University
   presented by: Vasco Carvalho, U of Cambridge
 

Aggregate capital-labor substitution: preferences, not technology
By Matthew Rognlie; Northwestern University
   presented by: Matthew Rognlie, Northwestern University
 

Firms, Failures, and Fluctuations
By Daron Acemoglu; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi; Northwestern University
   presented by: Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi, Northwestern University
 
Session 77: Topics in Optimal Taxation
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Taxes and Turnout
By Felix Bierbrauer; University of Cologne
Aleh Tsyvinski; Yale University
Nicolas WERQUIN; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Nicolas WERQUIN, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Optimal Taxation and Discrete Choice
By Laurence Ales; Carnegie Mellon University
Christopher Sleet; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Christopher Sleet, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Wage Inequality and Optimal Tax
By Yena Park; University of Rochester
   presented by: Yena Park, University of Rochester
 
Session 78: Unemployment Insurance (II)
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

Unemployment Insurance and Worker Reallocation: The Experimentation Channel in Job-to-Job Mobility
By Yusuf Mercan; University of Melbourne
Benjamin Schoefer; UC Berkeley
   presented by: Yusuf Mercan, University of Melbourne
 

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: Stanislav Rabinovich, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hi
 

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
 
Session 79: Startups, Innovation and Patents
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Synergizing Ventures
By Ufuk Akcigit; University of Chicago
Emin Dinlersoz; U.S. Census Bureau
Jeremy Greenwood; University of Pennsylvania
Veronika Penciakova; University of Maryland
   presented by: Emin Dinlersoz, U.S. Census Bureau
 

Structural Transformation of Innovation
By Diego Comin; Dartmouth College
Danial Lashkari; Boston College
Marti Mestieri; Northwestern University
   presented by: Marti Mestieri, Northwestern University
 

Basic Knowledge and the Growing Link Between Patents and Universities
By Todd Schoellman; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Vladimir Smirnyagin; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Todd Schoellman, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 
Session 80: Structural Change (II)
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

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: Jing Zhang, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 

Sectoral and Aggregate Structural Change
By Andrew Foerster; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Andreas Hornstein; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Pierre-Daniel Sarte; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Mark Watson; Princeton University
   presented by: Andrew Foerster, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

Flying or Trapped?
By Yunfang Hu; Kobe University
Takuma Kunieda; Kwansei Gakuin University
Kazuo Nishimura; Kobe University
Ping Wang; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Ping Wang, Washington University in St. Louis
 
Session 81: Income Risk and Inequality over the Business Cycle
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Cyclical Labor Income Risk
By Makoto Nakajima; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Makoto Nakajima, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

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
 

The Cyclicality of Inequality and Risk in an Estimated DSGE-HANK Model
By Florin Bilbiie; University of Lausanne
Giorgio Primiceri; Northwestern University
Andrea Tambalotti; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Andrea Tambalotti, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session 82: Topics in Trade, Growth and Productivity
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

Specialization, Market Access and Medium-Term Growth
By Dominick Bartelme; University of Michigan
Ting Lan; University of Michigan
Andrei Levchenko; University of Michigan
   presented by: Dominick Bartelme, University of Michigan
 

Accounting for Cross-Country Productivity Differences: New Evidence from Multinational Firms
By Vanessa Alviarez; University of British Columbia
Javier Cravino; University of Michigan
Natalia Ramondo; UCSD
   presented by: Vanessa Alviarez, University of British Columbia
 

Accounting for Revealed Comparative Advantage: Economic Complexity Redux
By Mingzhi Xu; Peking University and the National Bureau of Economic Research
   presented by: Mingzhi Xu, Peking University and the National Bureau of Economic Research
 
Session 83: Policy in Financial Crisis-Prone Economies
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Macroprudential Policy in the Presence of External Risks
By Ricardo Reyes-Heroles; Federal Reserve Board
Gabriel Tenorio
   presented by: Ricardo Reyes-Heroles, Federal Reserve Board
 

Structural Asymmetries and Financial Imbalances
By Ivan Jaccard; European Central Bank
   presented by: Ivan Jaccard, European Central Bank
 

Robust Predictions in Dynamic Policy Games
By Juan Passadore; Einaudi Institute for Economics and Fina
Juan Xandri; Princeton
   presented by: Juan Xandri, Princeton
 
Session 84: Labor Supply: Preferences and Prices
June 28, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Hours and Wages
By Alexander Bick; Arizona State University
Adam Blandin; Virginia Commonwealth University
Richard Rogerson; Princeton University
   presented by: Alexander Bick, Arizona State University
 

Preferences or Prices? Differences in Home vs Market Production in Europe and the US
By Axel Gottfries; University of Edinburgh
Hannes Malmberg; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Axel Gottfries, University of Edinburgh
 

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 85: Heterogeneous Firms and Fluctuations
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Dispersion Over the Business Cycle: Productivity versus Demand
By Alex Clymo; University of Essex
   presented by: Alex Clymo, University of Essex
 

Aggregate Dynamics in Lumpy Economies
By Isaac Baley; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, CREi & Barcelona GSE
Julio Blanco; University of Michigan
   presented by: Isaac Baley, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, CREi & Barcelo
 

Entry, Exit, and Productivity Dispersion
By Daisoon Kim; London Business School
Yoonsoo Lee; Sogang University
   presented by: Yoonsoo Lee, Sogang University
 
Session 86: Global Banks and Banking Theory
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Global Banks and Systemic Debt Crises
By Juan Morelli; NYU Stern
Pablo Ottonello; University of Michigan
Diego Perez; New York University
   presented by: Juan Morelli, NYU Stern
 

International Shadow Banking and Macroprudential Policy
By Christopher Johnson; UC Davis
   presented by: Christopher Johnson, UC Davis
 

Imperfect Information Transmission from Banks to Investors: Macroeconomic Implications
By Nicolas Figueroa; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Oksana Leukhina; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
CARLOS RAMIREZ; FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD
   presented by: Oksana Leukhina, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis - Research Division
 
Session 87: Trade, Financial Development and Exchange Rates
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Financial Development and Trade Liberalization
By David Kohn; Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Fernando Leibovici; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Michal Szkup; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Michal Szkup, University of British Columbia
 

Trade Credit and Markups
By Alvaro Garcia-Marin; Universidad de los Andes
Santiago Justel; UCLA
Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Alvaro Garcia-Marin, Universidad de los Andes
 

Exchange Rates Co-movement and International Trade
By Aleksandra Babii; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Aleksandra Babii, Toulouse School of Economics
 
Session 88: Search and the Business Cycle
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Application Cycles
By Niklas Engbom; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Niklas Engbom, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 

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
 

Search Complementarities, Aggregate Fluctuations, and Fiscal Policy
By Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde; University of Pennsylvania
Federico Mandelman; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Yang Yu; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Francesco Zanetti; University of Oxford
   presented by: Yang Yu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 
Session 89: Housing and the Macroeconomy
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

The Long-Run Effects of Low-Income Housing on Neighborhood Composition
By Morris Davis; Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Univers
Jesse Gregory; University of Wisconsin
Daniel Hartley; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
   presented by: Morris Davis, Rutgers Business School, Rutgers Univers
 

Credit Cycles with Market Based Household Leverage
By William Diamond; Wharton School, University of Pennsylvan
Tim Landvoigt; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Tim Landvoigt, University of Pennsylvania
 

Do Credit Conditions Move House Prices?
By Daniel Greenwald; MIT
Adam Guren; Boston University
   presented by: Adam Guren, Boston University
 
Session 90: Firm Heterogeneity and Workers
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

Skill-Biased Firms and the Distribution of Labor Market Returns
By Giovanni Gallipoli; UBC
Michael Böhm; Vancouver School of Economics and Univer
Khalil Esmkhani; UBC
   presented by: Giovanni Gallipoli, UBC
 

Heterogeneous Passthrough from TFP to Wages
By Mons Chan; Aarhus University
Sergio Salgado; University of Minnesota
Ming Xu; Aarhus University
   presented by: Ming Xu, Aarhus University
 

Occupational exposure to capital-embodied technology
By julieta caunedo; Cornell University
David Jaume; Cornell University
Elisa Keller; University of Exeter
   presented by: Elisa Keller, University of Exeter
 
Session 91: Digital Currencies
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

The Economics of Cryptocurrencies -- Bitcoin and Beyond
By Jonathan Chiu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Jonathan Chiu, Bank of Canada
 

Central Bank Digital Currency: Welfare and Policy Implications
By Stephen Williamson; University of Western Ontario
   presented by: Stephen Williamson, University of Western Ontario
 

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
 
Session 92: Asset Pricing and Private Equity
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Mergers and Acquisitions with Private Equity Intermediation
By Swaminathan Balasubramaniam; Washington University in St. Louis
Armando Gomes; Washington University in St. Louis
SangMok Lee; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Swaminathan Balasubramaniam, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Self-fulfilling Asset Pricing
By Alexander Zentefis; Yale University
   presented by: Alexander Zentefis, Yale University
 

Asset Prices and Portfolios with Externalities
By Steven Baker; University of Virginia
Burton Hollifield; Carnegie Mellon University
Emilio Osambela; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
   presented by: Steven Baker, University of Virginia
 
Session 93: Inequality, Skills and Structural Change
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Demand-Driven Labor-Market Polarization
By Diego Comin; Dartmouth College
Ana Danieli; Northwestern University
Marti Mestieri; Northwestern University
   presented by: Ana Danieli, Northwestern University
 

Structural Change and Service-led Growth in India
By Philippe Aghion; LSE
Robin Burgess
Michael Peters; Yale University
Fabrizio Zilibotti; Yale Univerity
   presented by: Michael Peters, Yale University
 

From Malthus to Malthus
By Pedro Cavalcanti Ferreira; EPGE-FGV
Alexander Monge-Nara; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Alexander Monge-Nara, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 
Session 94: Distributional Dynamics Over the Business Cycle
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Automated Solution of Heterogeneous Agent Models
By David Childers; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: David Childers, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Skewed Business Cycles
By Sergio Salgado; University of Minnesota
Fatih Guvenen; University of Minnesota
Nicholas Bloom; Stanford University
   presented by: Fatih Guvenen, University of Minnesota
 

Estimating Distributional Responses to Macroeconomic Shocks
By David Childers; Carnegie Mellon University
Ross Doppelt; Penn State
   presented by: Ross Doppelt, Penn State
 
Session 95: Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Quantitative Easing
By Vincent Sterk; University College London
Wei Cui; University College London
   presented by: Vincent Sterk, University College London
 

Monetary Policy and Heterogeneity: An Analytical Framework
By Florin Bilbiie; University of Lausanne
   presented by: Florin Bilbiie, University of Lausanne
 

Monetary Transmission with Segmented Markets
By Anmol Bhandari; University of Minnesota
David Evans; University of Oregon
Mikhail Golosov; University of Chicago
   presented by: Anmol Bhandari, University of Minnesota
 
Session 96: Families, Institutions and Labor Market Outcomes
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

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

The effects of family instability on children's outcomes
By Rebecca Lessem; Carnegie Mellon University
Carl Sanders; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Rebecca Lessem, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Economic Consequences of the U.S. Convict Labor System
By Mikhail Poyker; Columbia University
   presented by: Mikhail Poyker, Columbia University
 
Session 97: Optimal Taxation
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

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
 

Efficient wealth inequality and differential asset taxation with dynamic agency
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; UCSB
Ctirad Slavik; CERGE-EI
   presented by: Marek Kapicka, CERGE-EI
 
Session 98: Macroeconomics of Market Frictions
June 28, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

Restrictions on Executive Mobility and Reallocation: The Aggregate Effect of Non-Compete Contracts
By Liyan Shi; Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
   presented by: Liyan Shi, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
 

Macroeconomic Effects of Market Structure Distortions
By Flavien Moreau; UCLA
Ludovic Panon; Sciences Po
   presented by: Ludovic Panon, Sciences Po
 

Commitment and Competition
By Thomas Cooley; New York University
Ramon Marimon; European University Institute and UPF - Barcelona GSE
Vincenzo Quadrini; USC
   presented by: Ramon Marimon, European University Institute and UPF - Barcelona GSE
 
Session 99: Firm Organization, Technology, and Trade
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Specialization, the Extent of the Market, and the Geography of Job Tasks
By Enghin Atalay; University of Wisconsin, Madison
Sebastian Sotelo; The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Daniel Tannenbaum; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   presented by: Enghin Atalay, University of Wisconsin, Madison
 

Organizing Global Supply Chains: Input-Output Linkages and Vertical Integration
By Giuseppe Berlingieri; ESSEC Business School
Frank Pisch; University of St. Gallen
Claudia Steinwender; MIT Sloan
   presented by: Claudia Steinwender, MIT Sloan
 

Productivity and Organization in Portuguese Firms
By Lorenzo Caliendo; Yale University
Giordano Mion; University of Sussex
Luca David Opromolla; Banco de Portugal
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg; Princeton University
   presented by: Lorenzo Caliendo, Yale University
 
Session 100: Sovereign Default
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

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
 

A Quantitative Theory of Hard and Soft Sovereign Defaults
By Grey Gordon; FRB Richmond
Pablo Guerron-Quintana; Boston College
   presented by: Grey Gordon, FRB Richmond
 

On the Welfare Losses from External Sovereign Borrowing
By Mark Aguiar; Princeton University
Manuel Amador; University of Minnesota and Federal Rese
Stelios Fourakis; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Manuel Amador, University of Minnesota and Federal Rese
 
Session 101: Intergenerational Transfers and Family Insurance
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Self-financing, Parental Transfer, and College Education
By Sunha Myong; Singapore Management University
Jungho Lee; Singapore Management University
   presented by: Sunha Myong, Singapore Management University
 

Intergenerational Altruism and Transfers of Time and Money: A Lifecycle Perspective
By Uta Bolt; University College London
Eric French; University College London
Jamie Hentall MacCuish; University College London
Cormac O'Dea; Yale University
   presented by: Cormac O'Dea, Yale 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
 
Session 102: Optimal Fiscal Policy
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

Optimal Fiscal Policy without Commitment: Beyond Lucas-Stokey
By Davide Debortoli; Universitat Pompeu Fabra, CREI and BGSE
Ricardo Nunes; University of Surrey
Pierre Yared; Columbia University
   presented by: Ricardo Nunes, University of Surrey
 

Optimal Fiscal Consolidation in a Currency Union
By Dejanir Silva; UIUC
   presented by: Dejanir Silva, UIUC
 

Wealth Taxation and Life Expectancy
By Antonio Bellofatto; University of Queensland
   presented by: Antonio Bellofatto, University of Queensland
 
Session 103: Topics in Interregional Trade
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Price Dispersion and the Border Effect
By Ryan Chahrour; Boston College
Luminita Stevens; University of Maryland
   presented by: Ryan Chahrour, Boston College
 

Growing Apart: Tradable Services and the Fragmentation of the U.S. Economy
By Fabian Eckert; Yale University
   presented by: Fabian Eckert, Yale University
 

Market Integration and Convergence in Consumption Patterns
By Jose de Sousa; University Paris Sud, RITM and CREST
Thierry Mayer; Sciences Po
Eve Sihra; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   presented by: Jose de Sousa, University Paris Sud, RITM and CREST
 
Session 104: Money and Risk Premia
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Deposit Spreads and the Welfare Cost of Inflation
By Pablo Kurlat; Stanford
   presented by: Pablo Kurlat, Stanford
 

Financial Business Cycles
By Sebastian Di Tella; Stanford
Robert Hall; STANFORD UNIVERSITY
   presented by: Sebastian Di Tella, Stanford
 

Consumer Welfare of Alternative Payment Methds
By Fernando Alvarez; University of Chicago
   presented by: Fernando Alvarez, University of Chicago
 
Session 105: Technology and the Future of Work
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Automation and New Tasks: The Implications of the Task Content of Production for Labor Demand
By Pascual Restrepo; Boston University
   presented by: Pascual Restrepo, Boston University
 

Not All Technological Change Is Equal: Disentangling Labor Demand Effects of Automation and Parts Consolidation
By Christophe Combemale; Carnegie Mellon University
Kate Whitefoot; Carnegie Mellon University
Laurence Ales; Carnegie Mellon University
Erica Fuchs; Carnegie Mellon University
   presented by: Laurence Ales, Carnegie Mellon University
 

The Power of Public: Recognition and Reputation as Drivers of Open Source Success
By Erina Ytsma; Carnegie Mellon University
Jana Gallus; UCLA
   presented by: Erina Ytsma, Carnegie Mellon University
 
Session 106: Determinants of Debt Maturity
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Endogenous Debt Maturity: Liquidity Risk vs. Default Risk
By Rodolfo Manuelli; Washington University
Juan Sanchez; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Juan Sanchez, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Corporate Debt Maturity and the Real Economy
By Ram Yamarthy; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Ram Yamarthy, University of Pennsylvania
 

Social Insurance with Incomplete Markets
By Stephane Verani; Federal Reserve Board
Pei Cheng Yu; University of New South Wales
   presented by: Stephane Verani, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 107: Bounded Rationality and Monetary Policy
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

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

Managing Expectations without Rational Expectations
By George-Marios Angeletos; M.I.T.
Karthik Sastry; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Karthik Sastry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Asset Price Beliefs and Optimal Monetary Policy
By Colin Caines; Federal Reserve Board
Fabian Winkler; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Fabian Winkler, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 108: Weather Shocks, Oil Shocks and the Macroeconomy
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Seawalls and Stilts: A Quantitative Macro Study of Climate Adaptation
By Stephie Fried; Arizona State University
   presented by: Stephie Fried, Arizona State University
 

Boom Goes the Price: Giant Resource Discoveries and Real Exchange Rate Appreciation
By Radek Stefanski; University of St Andrews
   presented by: Radek Stefanski, University of St Andrews
 

Oil prices, exchange rates, and interest rates
By Lutz Kilian; University of Michigan
Xiaoqing Zhou; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Lutz Kilian, University of Michigan
 
Session 109: Credit Constraints in the Great Recession
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Accounting for the Slow Recovery from the Great Recession: The Role of Credit Constraints.
By Francisco Buera; Washington University at St. Louis
Juan Pablo Nicolini; Minneapolis Fed
   presented by: Juan Pablo Nicolini, Minneapolis Fed
 

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
 

Aggregate Precautionary Savings Motives
By Pierre Mabille; New York University
   presented by: Pierre Mabille, New York University
 
Session 110: Taxation and Productivity
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Labor Taxes, Productivity and Tax Competition
By Satyajit Chatterjee; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Amartya Lahiri; University of British Columbia
   presented by: Amartya Lahiri, University of British Columbia
 

The Impact of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act on the Spatial Distribution of High Productivity Households and Economic Welfare
By Daniele Coen-Pirani; University of Pittsburgh
Holger Sieg; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Daniele Coen-Pirani, University of Pittsburgh
 

Heterogeneity in Talent or in Tastes? Implications for Redistributive Taxation
By Ian Fillmore; Washington University in St. Louis
Trevor Gallen; Purdue University
   presented by: Ian Fillmore, Washington University in St. Louis
 
Session 111: Labor Supply in the Extensive and Intensive Margins
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

The Labor Supply Curve at the Extensive Margin: A Reservation Wedge Approach
By Benjamin Schoefer; UC Berkeley
Preston Mui; UC-Berkeley
   presented by: Benjamin Schoefer, UC Berkeley
 

Elasticities of Labor Supply and Labor Force Participation Flows
By Isabel Cairo; Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
Shigeru Fujita; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Camilo Morales-Jimenez; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Shigeru Fujita, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Explaining Hours Worked Across and Within Countries: Income Effects vs. Taxes and Transfers
By Alexander Bick; Arizona State University
Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln; Goethe University Frankfurt
David Lagakos; University of California, San Diego
Hitoshi Tsujiyama; Goethe University Frankfurt
   presented by: Hitoshi Tsujiyama, Goethe University Frankfurt
 
Session 112: Macro Shocks and Asset Prices
June 28, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

News Shocks and Asset Prices
By Lorenzo Bretscher; London Business School
Aytek Malkhozov; Federal Reserve Board
Andrea Tamoni; London School of Economics
   presented by: Aytek Malkhozov, Federal Reserve Board
 

New Tests of Expectation Formation with Applications to Asset Pricing Models
By Pei Kuang; University of Birmingham
   presented by: Pei Kuang, University of Birmingham
 

Response of the Macroeconomy to Uncertainty Shocks:the Risk Premium Channel
By Lorenzo Bretscher; London Business School
Alex Hsu; Georgia Institute of Technology
Andrea Tamoni; London School of Economics
   presented by: Andrea Tamoni, London School of Economics
 
Session 113: Asset Prices and International Macro
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

World financial cycles
By Yan Bai; University of Rochester
Patrick Kehoe; Stanford University
Fabrizio Perri; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Fabrizio Perri, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 

US Fiscal Cycle and the Dollar
By Zhengyang Jiang; Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
   presented by: Zhengyang Jiang, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
 

Asset Prices and Risk Sharing. The Valuation Effects of Capital Market Integration
By Giancarlo Corsetti; University of Cambridge
Anna Lipinska; Federal Reserve Board
Giovanni Lombardo; Bank for International Settlements
   presented by: Giovanni Lombardo, Bank for International Settlements
 
Session 114: Taxing Families and Businesses
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

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
 

The fiscal return to childcare policies
By David Koll; European University Institute
Dominik Sachs; LMU Munich
Fabian Stuermer-Heiber; LMU Munich
Helene Turon; University or Bristol
   presented by: David Koll, European University Institute
 

The Kansas Tax Experiment: The Matter of Legal Form of Organization
By Don schlagenhauf; federal reserve bank of st louis
   presented by: Don schlagenhauf, federal reserve bank of st louis
 
Session 115: Market Power and Productivity (I)
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

What Happened to the U.S. Business Dynamism?
By Ufuk Akcigit; University of Chicago
Sina Ates; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Sina Ates, Federal Reserve Board
 

Markups and Inequality
By Corina Boar; New York University
Virgiliu Midrigan; New York University
   presented by: Virgiliu Midrigan, New York University
 

A Theory of Falling Growth and Rising Rents
By Philippe Aghion; College de France
Antonin Bergeaud; Banque de France
Timo Boppart; IIES, Stockholm University
Peter Klenow; Stanford University
Huiyu Li; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
   presented by: Timo Boppart, IIES, Stockholm University
 
Session 116: Liquidity of the Financial Over-the-Counter Market
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Private Information and Client Connections in Government Bond Markets
By Peter Kondor; London School of Economics
Gabor Pinter; Bank of England
   presented by: Gabor Pinter, Bank of England
 

OTC Intermediaries
By Andrea Eisfeldt; University of California, Los Angeles
Bernard Herskovic; University of California, Los Angeles
Sriram Rajan; Office of Financial Research, US Treasury
Emil Siriwardane; Harvard Business School
   presented by: Bernard Herskovic, University of California, Los Angeles
 

The Rise and Decline of Market Making
By Briana Chang; UW Madison
Shengxing Zhang; London School of Economics
   presented by: Shengxing Zhang, London School of Economics
 
Session 117: Concentration and Spatial Competition
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Diverging Trends in National and Local Concentration
By Esteban Rossi-Hansberg; Princeton University
Pierre-Daniel Sarte; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Nicholas Trachter; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Nicholas Trachter, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 

Bottom-Up Markup Fluctuations
By Ariel Burstein; UCLA
Vasco Carvalho; U of Cambridge
Basile Grassi; Bocconi University
   presented by: Ariel Burstein, UCLA
 

Plants in Space
By Ezra Oberfield; Princeton University
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg; Princeton University
Pierre-Daniel Sarte; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Nicholas Trachter; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Ezra Oberfield, Princeton University
 
Session 118: Corporate Taxes, Public Investment and Private Investment
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Capital Taxes and Redistribution: The Role of Management Time and Tax Deductible Investment
By Juan Carlos Conesa; Stony Brook University
Begoña Dominguez; University of Queensland
   presented by: Begoña Dominguez, University of Queensland
 

The Effect of Public Investment on Private Investment: Theory and Evidence on the Local Market Competition Channel
By Sophia Chen; International Monetary Fund
Yu Shi; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Yu Shi, International Monetary Fund
 

Loss-Offset Provisions in the Corporate Tax Code and Misallocation of Capital
By Baris Kaymak; University of Montreal
   presented by: Baris Kaymak, University of Montreal
 
Session 119: Machine Learning, Big Data and On-line Data
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Macroeconomic Indicator Forecasting with Deep Neural Networks
By Thomas Cook; Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
   presented by: Thomas Cook, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
 

Geographic Clustering of Firms in China
By Douglas Hanley; University of Pittsburgh
Chengying Luo; University of Pittsburgh
Mingqin Wu; South China Normal University
   presented by: Douglas Hanley, University of Pittsburgh
 

What is the value of being a superhost?
By Aleksander Berentsen; University of Basel
Mariana Rojas Breu; University of Paris Dauphine
Christopher Waller; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Christopher Waller, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 
Session 120: Knowledge Diffusion and Innovation
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

European Immigrants and the United States’ Rise to the Technological Frontier
By Costas Arkolakis; Yale University
Sun Kyoung Lee; Columbia University
Michael Peters; Yale University
   presented by: Sun Kyoung Lee, Columbia University
 

‘Novel’ Ideas: The Effects of Carnegie Libraries on Innovative Activities
By Enrico Berkes; The Ohio State University
Peter Nencka; The Ohio State University
   presented by: Enrico Berkes, The Ohio State University
 

Firm Growth through New Establishments
By Dan Cao; Georgetown University
Henry Hyatt; US Census Bureau
Toshihiko Mukoyama; Georgetown University
Erick Sager; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Henry Hyatt, US Census Bureau
 
Session 121: Unsecured Credit: Lender Market Power, Teasers, and Bankruptcy
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Who Bears the Welfare Costs of Monopoly? The Case of the Credit Card Industry
By Gajendran Raveendranathan; McMaster University
Kyle Herkenhoff; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Gajendran Raveendranathan, McMaster University
 

Credit Cards and the Great Recession: The Collapse of Teasers
By Lukasz Drozd; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Michal Kowalik; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
   presented by: Michal Kowalik, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 

Aggregate Implications of Household Financial Distress
By Kartik Athreya; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Jose Mustre-del-Rio; Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Juan Sanchez; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Jose Mustre-del-Rio, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
 
Session 122: Racial and Gender Gaps in Labor Markets
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

What Explains the Racial Gaps in Task Assignment and Pay Over the Life-Cycle?
By Limor Golan; Dr.
Jonathan James; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Carl Sanders; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Limor Golan, Dr.
 

Accounting for gender and race differences in labor market outcomes
By Juan Cordoba; Iowa State University
Anni Isojarvi; IOWA STATE UNIV
   presented by: Anni Isojarvi, IOWA STATE UNIV
 

Structural transformation of the labor market and the aggregate economy
By Jonna Olsson; IIES, Stockholm University
   presented by: Jonna Olsson, IIES, Stockholm University
 
Session 123: Networks and Propagation of Shocks
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Shock Propagation Through Cross-Learning in Opaque Networks
By Jan Schneemeier; Indiana University
   presented by: Jan Schneemeier, Indiana University
 

Shock Diffusion: Does inter-sectoral network structure matter?
By Shekhar Tomar; TSE
   presented by: Shekhar Tomar, TSE
 

Relationship Banking, Network Dynamics and Sovereign Default
By Pablo D'Erasmo; FRB Philadelphia
Hernan Moscoso Boedo; University of Cincinnati
Maria Olivero; Drexel University
   presented by: Hernan Moscoso Boedo, University of Cincinnati
 
Session 124: The Heterogeneous Effects of Trade on Households and Firms
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

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
 

The Impact of Chinese Trade on U.S. Employment: The Good, The Bad, and The Apocryphal
By Nicholas Bloom; Stanford University
Kyle Handley; University of Michigan
Andre Kurmann; Drexel University
Philip Luck; University of Colorado Denver
   presented by: Andre Kurmann, Drexel University
 

Endogenous Production Networks and Gains from Trade
By Yimei Zou; Institute for International Economics Studies, Stockholm University
   presented by: Yimei Zou, Institute for International Economics Studies, Stockholm University
 
Session 125: Market Shares, Markups and Market Concentration
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

How Do Firms Build Market Share?
By Doireann Fitzgerald; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Anthony Priolo; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Doireann Fitzgerald, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 

Customer Capital, Markup Cyclicality, and Amplification
By Sungki Hong; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
   presented by: Sungki Hong, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
 

What are the Price Effects of Trade? Evidence from the U.S. and Implications for Quantitative Trade Models
By Xavier Jaravel
Erick Sager; Bureau of Labor Statistics
   presented by: Erick Sager, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 126: Allocation of Workers Across Firms and Sectors
June 29, 2019 9:00 to 10:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

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

The Effects of Mandating Training in Firms: Theory and Evidence from the Colombian Apprenticeship Program
By Santiago Caicedo; University of Chicago
Miguel Espinosa; Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Arthur Seibold; University of Mannheim
   presented by: Santiago Caicedo, University of Chicago
 

Bad Jobs and Low Inflation
By Renato Faccini; Queen Mary University
Leonardo Melosi; Chicago Fed
   presented by: Leonardo Melosi, Chicago Fed
 
Session 127: Behavioral Macro and Asset Pricing
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Asset Pricing with Fading Memory
By Stefan Nagel; University of Chicago
Zhengyang Xu; University of Michigan
   presented by: Stefan Nagel, University of Chicago
 

Human Frictions to the Transmission of Economic Policy
By Francesco D'Acunto; Boston College
Daniel Hoang; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Maritta Paloviita; Bank of Finland
Michael Weber; University of Chicago
   presented by: Michael Weber, University of Chicago
 

Exchange Rate Supply and Demand: Who Moves Exchange Rates?
By Vania Stavrakeva; London Business School
Jenny Tang; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
   presented by: Vania Stavrakeva, London Business School
                         Jenny Tang, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 
Session 128: Skill Heterogeneity and Labor Market Outcomes
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

A task-based theory of occupations with multidimensional heterogeneity
By Sergio Ocampo; University of Minnesota
   presented by: Sergio Ocampo, University of Minnesota
 

On the Dynamics of Occupational Choice, Human Capital Accumulation and Growth
By Maximiliano Dvorkin; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Alexander Monge-Nara; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Maximiliano Dvorkin, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Unbundling Labor
By Simon Mongey; University of Chicago
Chris Edmond; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Simon Mongey, University of Chicago
 
Session 129: Monetary Policy under Heterogeneous Agents
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

Reallocation Effects of Monetary Policy
By Kozo Ueda; Waseda University
   presented by: Kozo Ueda, Waseda 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
 

Nominal Debt and the Heterogeneous Effects of Forward Guidance
By Francesco Ferrante; Federal Reserve Board
Matthias Paustian; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Francesco Ferrante, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 130: Information Frictions in Macro Finance
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Biased Inflation Forecasts
By Hassan Afrouzi; Columbia University
Laura Veldkamp; Columbia University
   presented by: Laura Veldkamp, Columbia University
 

Reallocating Liquidity to Resolve a Crisis: Evidence from the Panic of 1873
By Haelim Anderson; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Kinda Hachem; UVA Darden
Simpson Zhang; Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
   presented by: Kinda Hachem, UVA Darden
 

Financial Risk Capacity
By Saki Bigio; UCLA
Adrien d'Avernas; Stockholm School of Economics
   presented by: Adrien d'Avernas, Stockholm School of Economics
 
Session 131: Household Credit and Business Cycle Linkages
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Can the Unemployed Borrow? Implications for Public Insurance
By J. Carter Braxton; University of Minnesota
Kyle Herkenhoff; University of Minnesota
Gordon Phillips; Dartmouth College
   presented by: J. Carter Braxton, University of Minnesota
 

Macroeconomic Effects of Debt Relief: Consumer Bankruptcy Protections in the Great Recession
By Adrien Auclert; Stanford University
Will Dobbie; Princeton University
Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham; Yale University
   presented by: Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Yale University
 

Liquidity Effects of Unemployment Insurance Benefit Extensions: Evidence from Consumer Credit Data
By Rene Chalom; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Fatih Karahan; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Kurt Mitman; Stockholm University
Benjamin Pugsley; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Benjamin Pugsley, University of Notre Dame
 
Session 132: Numerical Methods for Heterogeneous Agents
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Pareto Extrapolation: Bridging Theoretical and Quantitative Models of Wealth Inequality
By Emilien Gouin-Bonenfant; University of California, San Diego
Alexis Akira Toda; University of California San Diego
   presented by: Emilien Gouin-Bonenfant, University of California, San Diego
 

Solving Heterogeneous Agent Models with Non-convex Optimization Problems: Linearization and Beyond %
By Michael Reiter; Institute for Advanced Studies
   presented by: Michael Reiter, Institute for Advanced Studies
 

An Alternative Solution Method for Continuous-Time Heterogeneous Agent Models with Aggregate Shocks
By Nobuhide Okahata; Ohio State University
   presented by: Nobuhide Okahata, Ohio State University
 
Session 133: Monetary Policy and Sectoral Heterogeneity
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Price Trends over the Product Life Cycle and the Optimal Inflation Target
By Klaus Adam; University of Mannheim
Henning Weber; Bundesbank
   presented by: Henning Weber, Bundesbank
 

The Firm Size and Leverage Relationship and Its Implications for Entry and Concentration in a Low Interest Rate World
By Satyajit Chatterjee; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Burcu Eyigungor; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Satyajit Chatterjee, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Financial Constraints, Sectoral Heterogeneity, and the Cyclicality of Investment
By Cooper Howes; UT Austin
   presented by: Cooper Howes, UT Austin
 
Session 134: International Trade Shocks and Policy
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Firm-level trade policies
By David Atkin; MIT
Joaquin Blaum; Brown University
Pablo Fajgelbaum
Augusto Ospital; UCLA
   presented by: Joaquin Blaum, Brown University
 

Trade Policy is Real News: A quantitative analysis of past, current, and future changes in U.S. trade barriers.
By George Alessandria; University of Rochester
Carter Mix; University of Rochester
   presented by: George Alessandria, University of Rochester
 

The Consumption Response to Trade Shocks
By Mike Waugh; New York University
   presented by: Mike Waugh, New York University
 
Session 135: Policy Design with Political Constraints
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

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
 

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
 

Optimal Climate Policy: Making do with the taxes we have
By Maria Belfiori; Universidad Catolica Argentina
Armon Rezai; WU Vienna University of Economics and Bu
   presented by: Maria Belfiori, Universidad Catolica Argentina
 
Session 136: Topics in Trade and Labor
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

How Large is the Impact of Trade on Inequality? A New Factor Content of Trade Approach
By Rodrigo Adao; University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Paul Carrillo; George Washington University
Arnaud Costinot; MIT
Dave Donaldson; MIT
Dina Pomeranz; University of Zurich
   presented by: Rodrigo Adao, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
 

The China Shock and Portuguese Manufacturing
By Lee Branstetter; Carnegie Mellon University
Brian Kovak; Carnegie Mellon University
Ana Venancio; ISEG (Lisbon School of Economics and Business), Universidade de Lisboa
   presented by: Brian Kovak, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Pass-through within and across firm boundaries
By Ken Kikkawa; University of British Columbia
Felix Tintelnot; University of Chicago
Magne Mogstad; University of Chicago
Emmanuel Dhyne; National Bank of Belgium
   presented by: Ken Kikkawa, University of British Columbia
 
Session 137: Bubbles and Macro Policy
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Bubbly Recessions
By Siddhartha Biswas; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Andrew Hanson; University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Toan Phan; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Andrew Hanson, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
 

Optimal Macroprudential Policy and Asset Price Bubbles
By Nina Biljanovska; International Monetary Fund
Lucyna Gornicka; International Monetary Fund
Alexandros Vardoulakis; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Alexandros Vardoulakis, Federal Reserve Board
 

Market-Based Monetary Policy Uncertainty
By Aeimit Lakdawala; Michigan State University
Michael Bauer; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Philippe Mueller; University of Warwick
   presented by: Aeimit Lakdawala, Michigan State University
 
Session 138: Sovereign Default Risk
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Constrained efficient borrowing with sovereign default risk
By Juan Hatchondo; University of Western Ontario
Leonardo Martinez; International Monetary Fund
Francisco Roch; International Monetary Fund
   presented by: Francisco Roch, International Monetary Fund
 

News, sovereign debt maturity, and default risk
By Maximiliano Dvorkin; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Juan Sanchez; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Horacio Sapriza; Federal Reserve Board
Emircan Yurdagul; Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
   presented by: Emircan Yurdagul, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

Sovereign Risk, Exchange Rate Volatility, and Economic Activity
By Nils Mattis Gornemann; Federal Reserve Board
Ignacio Presno; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Ignacio Presno, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 139: Role of Money
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

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
 

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: Nelson Mark, University of Notre Dame
 

Time-Varying Networks and the Efficacy of Money Without Sticky Prices
By Feng Dong; Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Yi Wen; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
   presented by: Feng Dong, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
 
Session 140: Men and Women in the Labor and Marriage Markets
June 29, 2019 11:00 to 12:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

What's Math Got to Do With It? Multidimensional Ability and the Gender Gap in STEM
By Fernando Saltiel; University of Maryland, College Park
   presented by: Fernando Saltiel, University of Maryland, College Park
 

Spousal Insurance, Precautionary Labor Supply, and the Business Cycle - A Quantitative Analysis
By Kathrin Ellieroth; Indiana University Bloomington
   presented by: Kathrin Ellieroth, Indiana University Bloomington
 

Targeted Search in Matching Markets
By Anton Cheremukhin; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria; Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis and Was
Antonella Tutino; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
   presented by: Anton Cheremukhin, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 
Session 141: Accumulation and Growth after a Crisis
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Business Formation and Economic Growth Beyond the Great Recession
By Aubhik Khan; Ohio State University
Tatsuro Senga; Queen Mary University of London
Julia Thomas; Ohio State University
   presented by: Julia Thomas, Ohio State University
 

Fisherian Debt-Deflation Zero Lower Bound
By Dan Cao; Georgetown University
Wenlan Luo; Tsinghua University
Guangyu Nie; Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
   presented by: Dan Cao, Georgetown University
 

The Macroeconomics of the Greek Depression
By Gabriel Chodorow-Reich; Harvard University
Loukas Karabarbounis; University of Minnesota
Rohan Kekre; University of Chicago
   presented by: Rohan Kekre, University of Chicago
 
Session 142: Fiscal Policy
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

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: Yun Pei, University at Buffalo, SUNY
 

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
 

Fiscal Policy in Monetary Unions: State Partisanship and its Macroeconomic Effects
By Gerald Carlino; Federal Reseve Bank of Philadelphia
Thorsten Drautzburg; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Robert Inman; Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Nicholas Zarra; New York University
   presented by: Thorsten Drautzburg, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 
Session 143: Market Power and Productivity (II)
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

Low Interest Rates, Market Power, and Productivity Growth
By Ernest Liu; Princeton
Atif Mian; Princeton University
Amir Sufi; University of Chicago
   presented by: Ernest Liu, Princeton
 

Examining the Sensitivity of the Production Approach to Markup Estimation
By Devesh Raval; Federal Trade Commission
   presented by: Devesh Raval, Federal Trade Commission
 

Measured Productivity with Endogenous Markups and Economic Profits
By Anthony Savagar; University of Kent
   presented by: Anthony Savagar, University of Kent
 
Session 144: Exchange Rates (I)
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Currency Hedging: A Firm-Level Analysis
By Liliana Varela; University of Warwick
   presented by: Liliana Varela, University of Warwick
 

Mussa Puzzle Redux
By Oleg Itskhoki; Princeton University
Dmitry Mukhin; Yale University
   presented by: Dmitry Mukhin, Yale University
 

Using online data for international wage comparisons
By Alberto Cavallo; Harvard
Javier Cravino; University of Michigan
Andres Drenik; Columbia University
   presented by: Javier Cravino, University of Michigan
 
Session 145: Asset Liquidity and Government Policies
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

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
 

Global Trends in Interest Rates
By Marco Del Negro; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Domenico Giannone; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Marc Giannoni; Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Andrea Tambalotti; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Cyclical Capital Reallocation
By Wei Cui; University College London
Randall Wright; University of Wisconsin
Yu Zhu; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Wei Cui, University College London
 
Session 146: Housing Markets
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

Heterogeneous Real Estate Agents and the Housing Cycle
By Sophia Gilbukh; Baruch College, CUNY
Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham; Federal Reserve Bank of New York
   presented by: Sophia Gilbukh, Baruch College, CUNY
 

Propagation of House Price Shocks through the Banking System
By Nuno Paixao; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Nuno Paixao, Bank of Canada
 

The Persistent Employment E ffects 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: Felipe Schwartzman, Federal Reserve Bank Richmond
 
Session 147: Financial Frictions and Macroeconomic Policy
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

Limited Nominal Indexation of Optimal Financial Contracts
By Cesaire Meh; Bank of Canada
Vincenzo Quadrini; USC
Yaz Terajima; Bank of Canada
   presented by: Cesaire Meh, Bank of Canada
 

Asset Price Booms and Macroeconomic Policy: a Risk-Shifting Approach
By Franklin Allen; University of Pennsylvania
Gadi Barlevy; Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Douglas Gale; New York University
   presented by: Gadi Barlevy, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 

Macroeconomic Policy and the Price of Risk
By Rohan Kekre; University of Chicago
Moritz Lenel; Princeton University
   presented by: Moritz Lenel, Princeton University
 
Session 148: Search Theory
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Wage Search Intensity
By Silvio Rendon; The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
   presented by: Silvio Rendon, The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Age discontinuity and nonemployment benefit policy evaluation through the lens of job search theory
By Bruno Decreuse; Aix-Marseille University
Guillaume Wilemme; Aix-Marseille University
   presented by: Guillaume Wilemme, Aix-Marseille University
 

Sequentially Mixed Search and Equilibrium Price Dispersion
By Shouyong Shi; Pennsylvania State University
   presented by: Shouyong Shi, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 149: Retirement Savings and Retirement Age
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Illiquid Wealth and the Timing of Retirement
By Job Boerma; University of Minnesota
Jonathan Heathcote; Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
   presented by: Jonathan Heathcote, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 

Rational Inattention and Oversensitivity of Retirement to the State Pension Age
By Jamie Hentall MacCuish; University College London
   presented by: Jamie Hentall MacCuish, University College London
 

Social Security Reform, Retirement and Occupational Behavior
By Pedro Cavalcanti Ferreira; EPGE-FGV
Rafael Parente; Princeton University
   presented by: Rafael Parente, Princeton University
 
Session 150: The Role of the Informal Sector in Emerging Economies
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

Does Informality facilitate Inflation Stability?
By Enrique Alberola; BIS
Carlos Urrutia; ITAM
   presented by: Carlos Urrutia, ITAM
 

Labor Earnings Dynamics with a Large Informal Sector
By Diego Gomes; University of Alberta
Felipe Iachan; FGV
Cezar Santos; Fundacao Getulio Vargas
   presented by: Cezar Santos, Fundacao Getulio Vargas
 

Social Security Reform in the Presence of Informality
By Kathleen McKiernan; Vanderbilt University
   presented by: Kathleen McKiernan, Vanderbilt University
 
Session 151: Labor Market Competition
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Granular Search, Concentration and Wages
By Gregor Jarosch; Princeton University
Jan Sebastian Nimczik; Humboldt University Berlin
Isaac Sorkin; Stanford University
   presented by: Gregor Jarosch, Princeton University
 

Labor Market Power
By David Berger; Northwestern University
Kyle Herkenhoff; University of Minnesota
Simon Mongey; University of Chicago
   presented by: Kyle Herkenhoff, University of Minnesota
 

Imperfect Competition, Compensating Differentials and Rent Sharing in the U.S. Labor Market
By Thibaut Lamadon; University of Chicago
Magne Mogstad; University of Chicago
Bradley Setzler; University of Chicago
   presented by: Thibaut Lamadon, University of Chicago
 
Session 152: Factor Shares and Factor Utilization
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

The Cyclical Behavior of Factor Shares
By Michele Boldrin; Washington University in St Louis
Yong Wang
Lijun Zhu; Peking University
   presented by: Lijun Zhu, Peking University
 

Capital Gains and the Distribution of Income in the United States
By Jacob Robbins; Brown University
   presented by: Jacob Robbins, Brown University
 

A New Measure of Utilization-Adjusted Total Factor Productivity Growth for European Countries
By Diego Comin; Dartmouth College
Javier Quintana Gonzalez; Bocconi University, Milan
Tom Schmitz; Bocconi University
Antonella Trigari; Università Bocconi
   presented by: Tom Schmitz, Bocconi University
 
Session 153: Demographics: Fertility, Optimal Population and Trade Imbalances
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

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
 

Efficiency with Endogenous Population and Fixed Resources
By Juan Cordoba; Iowa State University
Xiying Liu; Economics and Management School of Wuhan University
   presented by: Xiying Liu, Economics and Management School of Wuhan University
 

Demographics and the Evolution of Global Imbalances
By Michael Sposi; Southern Methodist University
   presented by: Michael Sposi, Southern Methodist University
 
Session 154: Means of Payment and Financial Deregulation
June 29, 2019 14:00 to 15:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

Means of Payment
By Nancy L Stokey; Department of Economics
   presented by: Nancy L Stokey, Department of Economics
 

Cash and the Economy: Evidence from India's Demonetization
By Gabriel Chodorow-Reich; Harvard University
Gita Gopinath; Harvard
Prachi Mishra; Goldman Sachs
   presented by: Gabriel Chodorow-Reich, Harvard University
 

Financial Liberalization and Income Inequality: On the Heterogenous Effects of Different Reforms
By Alexander Ludwig; Research Center SAFE, Goethe University
Alexander Monge-Naranjo; Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Ctirad Slavik; CERGE-EI
Faisal Sohail; University of Melbourne
   presented by: Ctirad Slavik, CERGE-EI
 
Session 155: Information and Intermediation
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 109
 
 

An Information-based Theory of Financial Intermediation
By Zachary Bethune; University of Virginia
Bruno Sultanum; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Nicholas Trachter; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
   presented by: Zachary Bethune, University of Virginia
 

A Dynamic Theory of Lending Standards
By Michael Fishman; Northwestern University
Jonathan Parker; MIT
Ludwig Straub; Harvard
   presented by: Jonathan Parker, MIT
 

The Hidden Costs of Strategic Opacity
By Ana Babus; Washington University in St. Louis
Maryam farboodi; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Ana Babus, Washington University in St. Louis
 
Session 156: Consumption Insurance and Health Insurance
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 103
 
 

How Much Consumption Insurance in Bewley Models with Endogenous Family Labor Supply?
By Chunzan Wu; University of Miami
Dirk Krueger; University of Pennsylvania
   presented by: Chunzan Wu, University of Miami
 

How Does Consumption Respond to a Transitory Income Shock? Departing From a Random Walk Consumption to Reconcile Semi-Structural Estimates With Natural Experiment Results
By Jeanne Commault; Sciences Po
   presented by: Jeanne Commault, Sciences Po
 

Social Health Insurance: A Quantitative Exploration
By Juergen Jung; Towson University
Chung Tran; Australian National University
   presented by: Chung Tran, Australian National University
 
Session 157: Health Inequality
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 301
 
 

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
 

Health Inequality: Role of Insurance and Technological Progress
By Siddhartha Sanghi; Washington University in St. Louis
   presented by: Siddhartha Sanghi, Washington University in St. Louis
 

Endogenous Health Groups and Heterogeneous Dynamics of the Elderly
By Dante Amengual; CEMFI
Jesus Bueren; European University Institute
Julio Crego; Tilburg University
   presented by: Jesus Bueren, European University Institute
 
Session 158: Housing, Consumption and Monetary Policy
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 240
 
 

Houses and Families across Countries
By Alessandra Peter; Stanford University
Monika Piazzesi; Stanford University
Martin Schneider; Stanford University
   presented by: Alessandra Peter, Stanford University
 

Housing Market Freezes, Deleveraging, and Aggregate Demand
By Christian Bayer; Universitaet Bonn
Ralph Luetticke; University College London
   presented by: Ralph Luetticke, University College London
 

Housing Wealth and Aggregate Consumption
By Kurt Mitman; Stockholm University
   presented by: Kurt Mitman, Stockholm University
 
Session 159: Exchange Rates (II)
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 208
 
 

Labor Income Risk in Large Devaluations
By Andres Blanco; University of Michigan
Andres Drenik; Columbia University
   presented by: Andres Blanco, University of Michigan
 

A Quantitative Analysis of 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
 

Exchange Rates and Endogenous Productivity
By Nils Mattis Gornemann; International Finance Board of Governors
   presented by: Pablo Guerron-Quintana, Boston College
 
Session 160: Agriculture and Development
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 230
 
 

Returns to mechanization through rental equipment
By julieta caunedo; Cornell University
   presented by: julieta caunedo, Cornell University
 

Property Rights Reform and Productivity: An Analysis of the Mexican Land Certification Program
By marco gonzalez-navarro; UC-Berkeley
Diego Restuccia; University of Toronto
   presented by: Diego Restuccia, University of Toronto
 

Migration, Specialization and Trade: Evidence from the Brazilian March to the West
By Heitor Pellegrina; New York University Abu Dhabi
Sebastian Sotelo; The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
   presented by: Sebastian Sotelo, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
 
Session 161: Risk Sharing in Financial Networks
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 130
 
 

Risk-Sharing and Investment in Concentrated Markets
By Daniel Neuhann; UT Austin, McCombs School of Business
Michael Sockin; University of Texas at Austin
   presented by: Daniel Neuhann, UT Austin, McCombs School of Business
 

Central Counterparty Default Waterfalls and Systemic Loss
By Mark Paddrik; Office of Financial Research, U.S. Treas
Simpson Zhang; Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
   presented by: Simpson Zhang, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
 

Anticipated Financial Contagion
By Toni Ahnert; Bank of Canada and CEPR
Gideon DuRand; University of Stellenbosch
Co-Pierre Georg; Deutsche Bundesbank
   presented by: Gideon DuRand, University of Stellenbosch
 
Session 162: Spatial Models of Labor Markets and City Size
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 330
 
 

Automation, Spatial Sorting, and Job Polarization
By Jan Eeckhout; University College London and Barcelona
Christoph Hedtrich; Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Roberto Pinheiro; Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
   presented by: Roberto Pinheiro, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
 

"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
 

Skill, Agglomeration, and Inequality in the Spatial Economy
By Farid Farrokhi; Purdue University
   presented by: Farid Farrokhi, Purdue University
 
Session 163: Wage Rigidity, Monetary Policy Shocks and Inflation
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 303
 
 

Monetary Policy and the Cost of Wage Rigidity: Evidence from the Stock Market
By Ester Faia; Goethe University Frankfurt
Vincenzo Pezone; Goethe University and SAFE
   presented by: Vincenzo Pezone, Goethe University and SAFE
 

Do Greasy Wheels Curb Inequality?
By Cynthia Doniger; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Cynthia Doniger, Federal Reserve Board
 

Self-Organization of Inflation Volatility
By Makoto Nirei; University of Tokyo
Jose Scheinkman; Columbia University
   presented by: Makoto Nirei, University of Tokyo
 
Session 164: Occupational Choice: Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 206
 
 

Entrepreneurship, Inter-Generational Business Transmission and Aging
By Sumudu Kankanamge; Toulouse School of Economics
Alexandre Gaillard; Toulouse School of Economics
   presented by: Sumudu Kankanamge, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Entrepreneurship over the Life Cycle: Where are the Young Entrepreneurs?
By Andres Hincapie; University of North Carolina at Chapel H
   presented by: Andres Hincapie, University of North Carolina at Chapel H
 

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: Joaquin Garcia-Cabo, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 165: Banking Networks and Systemic Risk
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 210
 
 

Risk to Control Risk
By Fernando Mendo; Princeton University
   presented by: Fernando Mendo, Princeton University
 

Financial Networks over the Business Cycle
By Alexandr Kopytov; Wharton School
   presented by: Alexandr Kopytov, Wharton School
 

The Welfare Effects of Bank Liquidity and Capital Requirements
By Skander Van den Heuvel; Federal Reserve Board
   presented by: Skander Van den Heuvel, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 166: New Perspectives on Business Cycle Models
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Bauer Hall, 150
 
 

Macroeconomics with Learning and Misspecification: A General Theory and Applications
By Pooya Molavi; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   presented by: Pooya Molavi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

The Origins and Effects of Macroeconomic Uncertainty
By Francesco Bianchi; Duke University
Howard Kung; London Business School
Mikhail Tirskikh; London Business School
   presented by: Francesco Bianchi, Duke University
 

The Demand Origins of Business Cycles
By Christian Matthes; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Felipe Schwartzman; Federal Reserve Bank Richmond
   presented by: Christian Matthes, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 
Session 167: Surveys and Forecasts in Financial Markets
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 204
 
 

On Processing Central Bank Communications: Can We Account for Fed Watching?
By Joseph Haslag; University of Missouri-Columbia
   presented by: Joseph Haslag, University of Missouri-Columbia
 

QUALITATIVE SURVEYS AND MARGINS OF ADJUSTMENT IN HETEROGENEOUS AGENT ECONOMIES
By Andreas Tryphonides; Humboldt U
   presented by: Andreas Tryphonides, Humboldt U
 

Do Survey Expectations of Stock Returns Reflect Risk-Adjustments?
By Klaus Adam; University of Oxford, Nuffield College and CEPR
Dmitry Matveev; Bank of Canada
Stefan Nagel; University of Chicago, NBER, CEPR, and CESIfo
   presented by: Dmitry Matveev, Bank of Canada
 
Session 168: Quantitative Methods
June 29, 2019 16:00 to 17:30
Seigle Hall, 106
 
 

Proxy-SVAR as a Bridge for Identification with Higher Frequency Data
By Andrea Giovanni Gazzani; Bank of Italy
Alejandro Vicondoa; Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
   presented by: Alejandro Vicondoa, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 

Global Robust Bayesian Analysis in Large Models
By Paul Ho; Princeton University
   presented by: Paul Ho, Princeton University
 

Geometric Rational Inattention
By Roc Armenter; Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Michele Muller-Itten; University of Notre Dame
Zachary Stangebye; University of Notre Dame
   presented by: Roc Armenter, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

 

Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1 Hedtrich, ChristophP22
2Adamopoulos, TassoP3
3Adao, RodrigoP136
4Afrouzi, HassanP107
5Ai, HengjieP62
6Aizawa, NaokiP12
7Alder, SimonP3
8Ales, LaurenceP105
9Alessandria, GeorgeP134
10Altermatt, LukasP14
11Alvarez, FernandoP104
12Alviarez, VanessaP82
13Amador, ManuelP100
14Anzoategui, DiegoP69
15Arce Munoz, FernandoP11
16Arkolakis, CostasP54
17Armenter, RocP168
18Asriyan, VladimirP29
19Atalay, EnghinP99
20Ates, SinaP115
21Auclert, AdrienP75
22Aydin, DenizP8
23Ayres, JoaoP159
24Azzimonti, MarinaP59
25Babii, AleksandraP87
26Babus, AnaP155
27Bagger, JesperP15
28Baker, StevenP92
29Balasubramaniam, SwaminathanP92
30Baley, IsaacP85
31Baqaee, DavidP54
32Barany, ZsofiaP47
33Barlevy, GadiP147
34Barrage, LintP23
35Bartelme, DominickP82
36Bassetto, MarcoP42
37Belfiori, MariaP135
38Bellofatto, AntonioP102
39Berkes, EnricoP120
40Bernardini, MarcoP13
41Bethune, ZacharyP155
42Bhandari, AnmolP95
43Bianchi, JavierP18
44Bianchi, FrancescoP166
45Bick, AlexanderP84
46Bilbiie, FlorinP95
47Bils, MarkP9
48Blanco, AndresP159
49Blaum, JoaquinP134
50Boehm, ChristophP69
51Boppart, TimoP115
52Bornstein, GideonP57
53Bostanci, GorkemP126
54Bouvard, MatthieuP51
55Boyarchenko, NinaP74
56Braxton, J. CarterP131
57Briggs, JosephP67
58Buera, FranciscoP19
59Bueren, JesusP157
60Burstein, ArielP117
61Busch, ChristopherP45
62Caicedo, SantiagoP126
63Caliendo, LorenzoP99
64Cao, DanP141
65Caramp, NicolasP28
66Carvalho, VascoP76
67Casey, GregoryP70
68caunedo, julietaP160
69Cavalcanti, TiagoP53
70Chahrour, RyanP103
71Challe, EdouardP33
72Chang, MinsuP36
73Chatterjee, SatyajitP133
74Cheremukhin, AntonP140
75Chien, YiLiP97
76Childers, DavidP94
77Chiu, JonathanP91
78Cho, YunhoP24
79Chodorow-Reich, GabrielP154
80Choi, MichaelP145
81choukhmane, tahaP67
82Clymo, AlexP85
83Cociuba, SimonaP41
84Coen-Pirani, DanieleP110
85Commault, JeanneP156
86Cook, ThomasP119
87Corbae, DeanP44
88Cosar, A. KeremP3
89Coulibaly, LouphouP43
90Cravino, JavierP144
91Cugat, GabrielaP68
92Cui, WeiP145
93d'Avernas, AdrienP130
94D'Erasmo, PabloP4
95Dai, DarongP50
96Danieli, AnaP93
97Davis, MorrisP89
98De Nardi, MariacristinaP38
99de Sousa, JoseP103
100Del Negro, MarcoP145
101Delventhal, MatthewP53
102Dempsey, KyleP8
103Deng, MinjieP100
104Di Tella, SebastianP104
105DiCecio, RiccardoP33
106Dinlersoz, EminP79
107Dix-Carneiro, RafaelP61
108Dmitriev, MikhailP13
109Doligalski, PawełP12
110Dominguez, BegoñaP118
111Donaldson, JasonP71
112Dong, FengP139
113Dong, WeiP37
114Doniger, CynthiaP163
115Doppelt, RossP94
116Dotsey, MichaelP56
117Drautzburg, ThorstenP142
118Dupor, BillP16
119DuRand, GideonP161
120Dvorkin, MaximilianoP128
121Dyrda, SebastianP52
122Eaton, JonathanP5
123Eckert, FabianP103
124Egorov, KonstantinP43
125Ellieroth, KathrinP140
126Engbom, NiklasP88
127Erol, SelmanP4
128Esfahani, MehrdadP34
129Faccini, RenatoP35
130Fahle, SeanP101
131Farrokhi, FaridP162
132Ferrante, FrancescoP129
133Ferriere, AxelleP12
134Feve, PatrickP31
135Fillat, JoseP36
136Fillmore, IanP110
137Fisher, JonasP1
138Fitzgerald, DoireannP125
139Fleck, JohannesP50
140Foerster, AndrewP80
141Fontaine, FrançoisP66
142Fratto, ChiaraP53
143Fried, StephieP108
144Fujita, ShigeruP111
145Gallipoli, GiovanniP90
146Garcia-Cabo, JoaquinP164
147Garcia-Marin, AlvaroP87
148Garriga, CarlosP64
149Gayle, George-LeviP46
150Gelman, MichaelP67
151Gihleb, RaniaP10
152Gilbukh, SophiaP146
153Golan, LimorP122
154Goldsmith-Pinkham, PaulP131
155Golosov, MikhailP21
156Gordon, GreyP100
157Gottfries, AxelP84
158Gouin-Bonenfant, EmilienP132
159Greenwald, DanielP71
160Gu, ChaoP48
161Guerron-Quintana, PabloP159
162Guren, AdamP89
163Guvenen, FatihP94
164Hachem, KindaP130
165Hanley, DouglasP119
166Hanson, AndrewP137
167Haslag, JosephP167
168Heathcote, JonathanP149
169Hedlund, AaronP56
170Hendricks, LutzP2
171Hentall MacCuish, JamieP149
172Herkenhoff, KyleP151
173Herrenbrueck, LucasP48
174Herrendorf, BertholdP47
175Herskovic, BernardP116
176Hincapie, AndresP164
177Ho, PaulP168
178Hobijn, BartP17
179Hoffmann, EranP162
180Holter, HansP69
181Hong, SungkiP125
182Hottman, ColinP39
183House, ChristopherP16
184Howard, GregP24
185Howes, CooperP133
186Hubmer, JoachimP55
187Hur, SewonP124
188Hurst, ErikP6
189Hyatt, HenryP120
190Iachan, FelipeP27
191Isojarvi, AnniP122
192Jaccard, IvanP83
193Jacobson, MargaretP49
194Jarosch, GregorP151
195Jiang, HeluP153
196Jiang, ZhengyangP113
197Johnson, ChristopherP86
198Juhasz, RekaP32
199Jung, JuergenP26
200Kaboski, JosephP62
201Kamdar, RupalP7
202Kankanamge, SumuduP164
203Kapicka, MarekP97
204Karahan, FatihP78
205Karantounias, AnastasiosP42
206Kaymak, BarisP118
207Kehoe, TimothyP5
208Kekre, RohanP141
209Keller, ElisaP90
210Khan, AubhikP81
211Kikkawa, KenP136
212Kilian, LutzP108
213Kirpalani, RishabhP59
214Kleineberg, TatjanaP36
215Klepacz, MatthewP17
216Kohlhas, AlexandreP35
217Koll, DavidP114
218Kopytov, AlexandrP165
219Kosar, GizemP15
220Kovak, BrianP136
221Kowalik, MichalP121
222Kozlowski, JulianP39
223Kuang, PeiP112
224Kuhn, MoritzP65
225Kurlat, PabloP104
226Kurmann, AndreP124
227Kurnaz, MusabP114
228Lacava, ChiaraP70
229Lahiri, AmartyaP110
230Lakdawala, AeimitP137
231Lamadon, ThibautP151
232Landvoigt, TimP89
233Larkin, KieranP66
234Lashkari, DanialP58
235Lee, MunseobP2
236Lee, Sun KyoungP120
237Lee, YoonsooP85
238Leibovici, FernandoP109
239Lenel, MoritzP147
240Lensman, ToddP26
241Lessem, RebeccaP96
242Leukhina, OksanaP86
243Li, QiP25
244Lind, NelsonP34
245Lindenlaub, IlseP46
246Liu, ErnestP143
247Liu, YukunP51
248Liu, YangP27
249Liu, ZhengP49
250Liu, XiyingP153
251Livshits, IgorP135
252Lombardo, GiovanniP113
253Loree, JacobP10
254Luetticke, RalphP158
255Luo, MiP66
256Ma, EunseongP129
257Ma, YueranP71
258Mabille, PierreP109
259Macaluso, ClaudiaP55
260Madeira, CarlosP13
261Maggi, ChiaraP57
262Malkhozov, AytekP112
263Malmberg, HannesP72
264Mankart, JochenP49
265Manysheva, KristinaP34
266Marimon, RamonP98
267Mark, NelsonP139
268Martin, FernandoP142
269Martin, AlbertoP29
270Martinez, JosebaP18
271Matsumoto, HidehikoP73
272Matthes, ChristianP166
273Matveev, DmitryP167
274McGrattan, EllenP52
275McKiernan, KathleenP150
276Meh, CesaireP147
277Melcangi, DavideP9
278Melosi, LeonardoP126
279Mendo, FernandoP165
280Meng, KyleP23
281Mercan, YusufP78
282Mertens, ThomasP1
283Mestieri, MartiP79
284Michaud, AmandaP30
285Midrigan, VirgiliuP115
286Mihalache, GabrielP43
287Miller, DavidP28
288Mitman, KurtP158
289Molavi, PooyaP166
290Monge-Nara, AlexanderP93
291Mongey, SimonP128
292Monte, FerdinandoP60
293Morelli, JuanP86
294Moschini, EmilyP96
295Moscoso Boedo, HernanP123
296Moser, ChristianP61
297Mukhin, DmitryP144
298Murphy, DanielP8
299Mustre-del-Rio, JoseP121
300Myong, SunhaP101
301Nagel, StefanP127
302Nakajima, MakotoP81
303Nathanson, CharlesP64
304Navarro, GastonP14
305Ndiaye, AbdouP38
306Neuhann, DanielP161
307Neumeyer, P. AndresP39
308Nguyen, ThienP21
309Nicolini, Juan PabloP109
310Nirei, MakotoP163
311Nuguer, VictoriaP68
312Nunes, RicardoP102
313Nusbaum, EdwinP41
314O'Dea, CormacP101
315Oberfield, EzraP117
316Ocampo, SergioP128
317Okahata, NobuhideP132
318Olovsson, ConnyP23
319Olsson, JonnaP122
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