This conference is co-sponsored and hosted by Vanderbilt University. This conference focuses on the role labor markets play in determining broader macroeconomic outcomes. Bringing together a diverse group of researchers studying both new labor datasets and new theories of the labor market, the conference goal is to broaden understanding of how labor market outcomes are affected by and contribute to both short-run business cycles and long-run economic trends. Participants will consider both aggregate labor market outcomes and how macroeconomic forces disproportionately impact individual workers and firms across the wage, income, skill, and productivity distributions. Discussions arising from this conference will help inform policymakers seeking both aggregate labor market stability and more equitable labor market outcomes for a diverse set of both workers and employers. The conference organizers are Adam Blandin (Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University), Ben Griffy (Assistant Professor, University at Albany), Nick Pretnar,(Postdoctoral Scholar, UCSB-LAEF), and David Wiczer (Associate Adviser, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta).
This conference is co-sponsored and hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. For this conference we invited submissions from all areas of macroeconomics and adjacent fields. The conference will be held at the Fluno Center, which is an integrated hotel/conference venue. Submissions were due on December 20, 2023, and the conference program was selected on January 31, 2023. We are delighted to bring together a diverse group of esteemed and impactful researchers whose work spans the various sub-fields of macroeconomics.
It is a pleasure to announce the XXVII Workshop on Dynamic Macroeconomics. This year the workshop will be held at the Soutomaior Castle (Pontevedra, Spain) from July 2 to July 4, 2024.
The workshop is jointly organized by Universidade de Vigo and The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance, University of California at Santa Barbara.
The aim of the workshop is to offer young researchers interested in macroeconomics a forum for presentation and discussion of research papers representing both theoretical and empirical advances in macroeconomics.
The conference normally is aimed at PhD students and Postdoctoral scholars.
Interested scholars should upload a copy of the paper they wish to submit, in electronic form as a single pdf file, by APRIL 5, 2024.
In this issue: Tom Cooley Memorial Conference & Fifth Annual Women in Macroeconomics
In this issue: 2nd Workshop on Labor Markets and Macroeconomic Outcomes & Advances in Macro-Finance Tepper-LAEF