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SI 2018 Macro Perspectives

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Philipp Kircher, Guido Menzio, and Giuseppe Moscarini, Organizers

July 16-20, 2018

Longfellow Room

Royal Sonesta Hotel
40 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA

Conference Code of Conduct

Monday, July 16
12:00 pm
Lunch
1:00 pm
Sebastian Heise, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Tommaso Porzio, Columbia University
Why Do Spatial Wage Gaps Persist? Evidence from the Enduring Divide between East and West Germany
2:00 pm
Yujiang River Chen, University of Cambridge
Coen N. Teulings, Utrecht University
Agglomeration and Sorting (slides)
3:00 pm
Break
3:30 pm
Christopher House, University of Michigan and NBER
Christian Proebsting, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
Linda Tesar, University of Michigan and NBER
The Benefits of Labor Mobility in a Currency Union
4:30 pm
Kevin Donovan, Yale University
Jianyu Lu, Banco Central de Chile
Todd Schoellman, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Labor Market Flows and Development
5:30 pm
Adjourn
Tuesday, July 17
12:00 pm
Lunch
1:00 pm
Stefania Albanesi, University of Pittsburgh and NBER
Changing Business Cycles: The Role of Women's Employment (slides)
2:00 pm
Robert E. Hall, Stanford University and NBER
The Role in the Financial Crisis and Its Aftermath of the Collapse and Restoration of Confidence (slides)
3:00 pm
Break
3:30 pm
George-Marios Angeletos, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Zhen Huo, Yale University
Myopia and Anchoring
4:30 pm
John Conlon, Harvard University
Laura Pilossoph, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Matthew J. Wiswall, University of Wisconsin at Madison and NBER
Basit Zafar, Arizona State University and NBER
Labor Market Search Without Rational Expectations
5:30 pm
Adjourn
Wednesday, July 18
12:00 pm
Lunch
1:00 pm
Gregor Jarosch, Princeton University and NBER
Ezra Oberfield, Princeton University and NBER
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, Princeton University and NBER
Learning from Coworkers
2:00 pm
Kyle F. Herkenhoff, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Jeremy Lise, University of Minnesota
Guido Menzio, New York University and NBER
Gordon M. Phillips, Dartmouth College and NBER
Knowledge Diffusion in the Workplace
3:00 pm
Break
3:30 pm
Katarína Borovičková, New York University
Robert Shimer, University of Chicago and NBER
High Wage Workers Work for High Wage Firms
4:30 pm
Axel Anderson, Georgetown University
Lones Smith, University of Wisconsin
The Comparative Statics of Sorting
5:30 pm
Adjourn
6:00 pm
Clambake at the Royal Sonesta Hotel
Thursday, July 19
12:00 pm
Lunch
1:00 pm
Leena Rudanko, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Firm Wages in a Frictional Labor Market
2:00 pm
Simon Jaeger, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Benjamin Schoefer, University of California at Berkeley
Samuel G. Young, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Josef Zweimueller, University of Zurich
Wages and Outside Options: A Direct Measure of Worker Bargaining Power
3:00 pm
Break
3:30 pm
Benjamin Pugsley, University of Notre Dame
Petr Sedlacek, University of Bonn
Vincent Sterk, University College London
The Nature of Firm Growth
4:30 pm
Benjamin Hartung, University of Bonn
Philip Jung, University of Bonn
Moritz Kuhn, University of Bonn
What hides behind the German Labor Market Miracle?
5:30 pm
Adjourn
Friday, July 20
8:00 am
Coffee and Pastries
8:30 am
Guillaume Vuillemey, HEC Paris
Etienne Wasmer, Sciences Po Paris
Frictional Unemployment with Stochastic Bubbles
9:30 am
Kevin Fawcett, University of Toronto
Shouyong Shi, Pennsylvania State University
Learning, On-the-Job Search and Wage-Tenure Contracts
10:30 am
Break
11:00 am
George-Levi Gayle, Washington University in St. Louis
Andrew J. Shephard, University of Pennsylvania
Optimal Taxation, Marriage, Home Production,and Family Labour Supply
12:00 pm
Naoki Aizawa, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Soojin Kim, Purdue University
Serena Rhee, Korea Development Institute
Labor Market Screening and Social Insurance Program Design for the Disabled
1:00 pm
Lunch and Adjourn
 
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