Our next event in the T3M series (program here) will take place on June 10th. It is co-hosted with Paris School of Economics. Main speaker is Olivier Wang from NYU.
|14h50||Meeting Point Gather Town|
|15h00||Parallel sessions: Short Talks (see below)|
|16h00||Seminar: Olivier Wang (NYU), Dynamic Oligopoly and Price Stickiness with Ívan Werning.|
Before the seminar, there will be two sessions, with 4 lightning talks in each room. Talks will last 10 min followed by a short discussion.
|Parallel Sessions||Session A||Session B|
|15h00||Sarah Mouabbi (BdF): Taming Debt: Can GDP-Linked Bonds Do the Trick?, with Jean-Paul Renne and Jean-Guillaume Sahuc||Jean-François Rouillard (University of Sherbrooke): Credit Crunch and Downward Nominal Wage Rigidities|
|15h15||Martin Bodenstein (Fed Board) Nationally Oriented Monetary Policy with Giancarlo Corsetti and Luca Guerrieri||Antoine Camous (University of Mannheim): Financial Cycles under Diagnostic Beliefs with A. Van der Ghote|
|15h30||Paola Di Casola (Riksbank): Technology news, economic fluctuations and creative destruction||Min Fang (University of Lausanne): Lumpy Investment, Fluctuations in Volatility and Monetary Policy|
|15h45||Florian Exler (University of Vienna): Naïve Consumers and Financial Mistakes with Alexander Hansak|