IFM Program Meeting

Mark A. Aguiar and Linda Tesar, Organizers

October 30, 2020

Conference Code of Conduct

Friday, October 30

The presenter will have 25 minutes. The first five minutes will be uninterrupted. After this initial period, we welcome clarifying questions during the talk. These have high value added. If you are confused on a point, chances are many others are as well. Please defer longer discussion-type questions to the Q&A session.

The discussant will have 10 minutes. After which, we open the floor to general questions for 10 minutes. The presenter will not respond directly to the discussion. However, if there is some issue raised in the discussion that an audience member wishes addressed, they can ask during the Q&A. Questions should be short to allow the presenter to respond as well as to ensure everyone who has a question gets a chance to speak.
11:00 am
Bryan Gutierrez, SBS Peru
Victoria Ivashina, Harvard University and NBER
Juliana Salomao, University of Minnesota and NBER

Why is Dollar Debt Cheaper? Evidence from Peru
Discussant: Valentina Bruno, American University
11:45 am
11:50 am
Rafael Guntin, University of Rochester
Pablo Ottonello, University of Maryland and NBER
Diego Perez, New York University and NBER

The Micro Anatomy of Macro Consumption Adjustments
Discussant: Fabrizio Perri, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
12:35 pm
12:40 pm
Stéphane Auray, CREST-Ensai and ULCO
Michael B. Devereux, University of British Columbia and NBER
Aurélien Eyquem, HEC Lausanne - UNIL

Trade Wars, Currency Wars
Discussant: Dmitry Mukhin, London School of Economics
1:25 pm
1:35 pm
Felipe Saffie, University of Virginia
Liliana Varela, London School of Economics
Kei-Mu Yi, University of Houston and NBER

The Micro and Macro Dynamics of Capital Flows
Discussant: Ṣebnem Kalemli-Özcan, University of Maryland and NBER
2:20 pm
2:25 pm
Karen K. Lewis, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Edith Liu, Federal Reserve Board of Governors

The Real Costs of International Financial Dis-Integration
Discussant: Hanno Lustig, Stanford University and NBER
3:10 pm