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Summer Institute 2018

Paper submission schedule and upload links Summer Institute 2018

In order to allow attendees to read the papers scheduled for presentation at the Summer Institute, we need to receive them at least three weeks prior to when the respective workshop is scheduled. Please upload your paper below.

If you have already put your paper on-line elsewhere, you can upload the URL reference to the paper through the same links below. If you do not wish to have your paper made available on-line, please indicate that when you send the paper.

Full papers will be available on line. Papers will not be made available in the meeting rooms.

Workshop schedule for week of: Paper must be received by:
JULY 10...................................................................JUNE 19
JULY 17...................................................................JUNE 26
JULY 24...................................................................JULY 3

If you have an assigned discussant, please send a copy of your paper to him or her by the date listed above. If you need an address for you discussant, please contact the NBER's Conference Department.

There will be an LCD projector and laptop available in each meeting room. If you have slides, you can either send them to Rob Shannon (rshannon@nber.org) beforehand or bring them with you. If you plan on sending them beforehand, please send at least three days before you are scheduled to present.

Questions can be directed to any member of the NBER's Conference Department staff at 617-868-3900. You can see all the papers here

Click workshop title to upload a workshop paper

  Code
  Date
  Workshop
  Location
  Organizer
  CF
  7/9-7/10
  Corporate Finance
  Sonesta
  Schoar/Sufi
  EFCE
  7/9-7/13
  Impulse and Propagation Mechanisms
  Sonesta
  Christiano/Eichenbaum
  ITI
  7/9-7/12
  International Trade & Investment
  Marlowe
  Atkin/Redding/Vogel
  ME
  7/9-7/13
  Monetary Economics
  Sonesta
  Kashyap/Vavra
  EFFE
  7/10-7/13
  Forecasting & Empirical Methods
  Sonesta
  Wright/Timmermann
  RISK
  7/10
  Risks of Financial Institutions
  Sonesta
  Carey/Stulz
  MFL
  7/10
  Martin Feldstein Lecture
  Sonesta
  Rajan
  FC@10
  7/11
  Financial Crisis@10
  Sonesta
  Brunnermeier/Forbes/Ivashina/Kashyap
  IFM
  7/11-7/13
  International Finance & Macroeconomics
  Sonesta
  Amador/Levchenko
  AP
  7/12-7/13
  Asset Pricing
  Sonesta
  Jermann/Wachter
  EFSF
  7/12-7/13
  Dynamic Equilibrium Models
  Sonesta
  Aruoba/Fernandez-Villaverde/Schorfheide
  ITM
  7/12
  International Trade & Macroeconomics
  Sonesta
  Ghironi/Levchenko
  IFMDS
  7/12
  IFM Data Sources Project
  Sonesta
  Hale/Klein
  EFBEM
  7/13
  Behavioral/Macro
  Sonesta
  Caplin/Woodford
  EFEG
  7/13
  Economic Growth
  Sonesta
  Akcigit/Buera/Lagakos
  EFG
  7/14
  EF&G Program Meeting
  Sonesta
  Midrigan/Rey
  EFMM
  7/16-7/20
  Micro Data and Macro Models
  Sonesta
  Hurst/Kaplan/Violante
  EFEL
  7/16-7/18
  Capital Markets and the Economy
  Sonesta
  Eberly/Lucas/Yaron
  EFMB
  7/16-7/17
  Macroeconomics Within and Across Borders
  Sonesta
  Wright/Aguiar//Kehoe
  EFMPL
  7/16-7/20
  Macro Perspectives
  Sonesta
  Kircher/Menzio/Moscarini
  POL
  7/16-7/17
  Political Economy Workshop
  Sonesta
  Alesina
  PRCR
  7/16-7/17
  Research on Income and Wealth (CRIW)
  Sonesta
  Basu/Corrado/Bloom/Abraham
  PRENT
  7/16-7/16
  Entrepreneurship
  Sonesta
  Lerner/Robinson
  EFBGZ
  7/17-7/19
  Income Distribution and Macroeconomics
  Sonesta
  Benabou/Galor/Zilibotti
  PRINN
  7/17-7/18
  Innovation
  Sonesta
  Jones/Stern/Williams
  PRMP
  7/17
  Macroeconomics and Productivity
  Sonesta
  Basu/Bloom/Syverson
  PRPD
  7/18
  Productivity, Development, and   Entrepreneurship
  Sonesta
  Bloom/Hsieh/Woodruff
  MPF
  7/19
  Macro Public Finance
  Sonesta
  Krueger/Scheuer/Stantcheva/Tsyvinski
  PRIT
  7/19-7/20
  IT and Digitization
  Sonesta
  Athey/Varian/Brynjolfsson/Greenstein
  HF
  7/20-7/21
  Household Finance
  Sonesta
  Madrian/Zeldes
  IO
  7/19-7/20
  Industrial Organization
  Sonesta
  Einav/Reguant/Shapiro
  DEV
  7/22-7/24
  Development Economics
  Sonesta
  Atkin/Dupas/Foster/Galiani/Meghir/Thomas
  ML
  7/22
  Methods Lecture
  Sonesta
  Andrews/Stock
  DAE
  7/23-7/26
  Development of the American Economy
  NBER
  Hanlon/Jaremski/Moser
  AG
  7/23-7/27
  Aging
  Sonesta
  Cutler/Skinner
  EEE
  7/23-7/24
  Environment & Energy
  Marlowe
  Schlenker/Stock
  HE
  7/23
  Health Economics
  Sonesta
  Carpenter/Grossman/Joyce
  LS
  7/23-7/27
  Labor Studies
  Sonesta
  Autor/Mas
  PENS
  7/23
  National Security
  Sonesta
  Berman/Feldstein
  PE
  7/24
  Public Economics
  Sonesta
  Chetty/Finkelstein/Hendren/Zidar
  ED
  7/25
  Education
  Sonesta
  Hoxby
  LE
  7/25-7/26
  Law & Economics
  Sonesta
  Jolls
  PESS
  7/25
  Aging/Social Security
  Sonesta
  Liebman
  PPL
  7/25-7/26
  Personnel Economics
  Sonesta
  Lazear/Shaw
  REAL
  7/25-7/26
  Real Estate
  Marlowe
  Ferreira/Piskorski
  CH
  7/26-7/27
  Children
  Sonesta
  Aizer/Currie
  CRI
  7/26-7/27
  Crime
  Sonesta
  Cook/Ludwig/McCrary
  HC
  7/26-7/27
  Health Care
  Sonesta
  Gruber
  URB
  7/26-7/27
  Urban Economics
  Marlowe
  Glaeser
  SWB
  7/28
  Subjective Well-Being for Aging Research
  Sonesta
  Benjamin/Cooper/Heffetz/Schneider/Stone
 
The Monetary Economics and Financial Markets (MEFM) meeting will not take place in 2018, to make room for FC@10, but will return in 2019
 
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