The Riksbank’s Research Division holds a series of seminars where international researchers present their research. These seminars are usually held once a week and are approximately one hour long, including questions and comments from the participants.
Upcoming seminars 2008 If you have any questions please contact Erik von SchedvinE-post: firstname.lastname@example.org TBAKlaus Adam, ECB, DG-RTuesday 6 May 2008 Inflation forecasts at the RiksbankMichael Lundholm, Stockholm University, EconomicsTuesday 13 May 2008 TBASkander Van den Heuvel, Wharton UniversityTuesday 27 May 2008 Information, heterogeneity and market incompleteness in the stochastic growth modelLiam Graham, University College LondonTuesday 3 June 2008 Do Sticky Prices Make Sense?Nils Gottfries, Uppsala UniversityTuesday 10 June 2008 Fractional Integration and Applied MacroeconomicsAntonio Moreno, University of NavarraTuesday 17 June 2008 The Psyschoanalysis of Common People's Forecast Errors. Evidence from European Consumer SurveysMaurizio Bovi, Institute for Studies and Economic AnalysesTuesday 2 September 2008 TBAMorris A. Davis, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of BusinessTuesday 9 September 2008 Why Do Politicians Implement Central bank Independence Reforms?Sven-Olof Daunfeldt, Handelns utredningsinstitut och Högskolan i GävleTuesday 30 September 2008 Past Seminars Vintage Capital and Expectations Driven Business CyclesMartin Flodén, Stockholm School of EconomicsTuesday 15 January 2008Paper Safe Haven CurrenciesPaul Söderlind, University of St. GallenTuesday 22 January 2008Paper The World Distribution of Income: Country TFP Choice in a Nelson-Phelps WorldErika Färnstrand Damsgaard, Stockholms University, IIESTuesday 29 January 2008Paper Central bank policy rate guidance and financial marketFunctioningRichhild Moessner, BISTuesday 5 February 2008Paper Does Debtor Protection Really Protect Debtors? Evidence from the Small Business Credit MarketGeraldo Cerqueiro, Sveriges Riksbank and Tilburg UniversityTuesday 19 February 2008Paper House Price Dynamics with Heterogeneous ExpectationsGiovanni Favara, HEC, University of LausanneTuesday 26 February 2008Paper Financial Integration, Productivity and Capital AccumulationAlessandra Bonfiglioli, Institute for Economic Analysis, BarcelonaTuesday 4 March 2008 The Role of Debt and Equity Finance over the Business CycleWouter den haan, University of AmsterdamTuesday 18 March 2008Paper Weak and Strong System FragilityCasper de Vries, Erasmus UniversityTuesday 1 April 2008Paper Business Cycle Dynamics under Rational InattentionBartosz Mackowiak, ECBTuesday 8 April 2008 Fight or Flight? Portfolio Rebalancing by Individual InvestorsPaolo Sodini, Stockholm School of Economics, Finance Dep.Tuesday 15 April 2008Paper Optimal Monetary Policy in an Operational Medium-Sized DSGE ModelLars E.O. Svensson, Sveriges RiksbankTuesday 22 April 2008 Taylor Rules Cause Fiscal Policy IneffectivenessGuido Ascari, University of PaviaTuesday 29 April 2008