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Seminars 2014

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SPRING 2014

January 13 

Lóránt Kaszab (Cardiff University)

Rule-of-Thumb Consumers and Labor Tax Cut Policy at the Zero Lower Bound

January 27

Tamás Briglevics (Boston College)

Consumer Bankruptcy Protection as Insurance against Business Cycles

January 28

Victoria Nuguer (EPFL)

Financial Intermediation in a Global Environment

January 29

Denis Gorea (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Tax Avoidance: Aggregate and Distributional Consequences

January 30

Nikoleta Anesti (University of Warwick)

A FAVAR Approach to Credit Shocks in the Euro Area

February 10 10:30, Section Room

Eyno Rots (Boston University)

Learning and the Market for Housing

February 12 15:15, Section Room

Anamaria Piloiu (Goethe University Frankfurt)

Economic Policy Uncertainty and Inflation Expectations

March 26   (at 15:15, MNB, Section Room of Conference Centre)

Luisa Lambertini (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, EPFL)

Macroeconomic Implications of Bank Capital Requirements   

April 23

Marcin Paweł  Kolasa (National Bank of Poland)

Monetary and macroprudential policy with foreign currency loans  

May 7

Artashes Karapetyan (Sveriges Riksbank)

Information Sharing and Information Acquisition in Credit Markets    

June 11

Sandra Eickmeier (Bundesbank)

Analyzing business and financial cycles using multi-level factor models

AUTUMN 2014

September 25

Előd Takáts (BIS)

Can demography affect inflation and monetary policy?

November 19

Norbert Metiu (Bundesbank)

Financial Market Volatility and the Propagation of Monetary Policy Shocks

 November 28

Ted Loch-Temzelides (Rice University)

 Robust Dynamic Optimal Taxation and Environmental Externalities