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.
If you have any questions please contact Virginia Queijo von Heideken
Policy evaluation and uncertainty about the effects of oil prices on economic activity (Job talk)Francesca Rondina, University of Wisconsin - MadisonFriday 16 January 2009Paper Competition and Altruism in Microcredit Markets (Job talk)Paolo Casini, Universite Libre de BruxellesTuesday 20 January 2009Paper An Analysis of Optimal and Simple Monetary Policy Responses to Exogenous Oil Price Shocks (Job talk)Michael Plante, Indiana UniversityThursday 22 January 2009Paper Heterogeneous Expectations, Learning and European Inflation Dynamics (Job talk)Anke Weber, University of CambridgeFriday 23 January 2009Paper Pricing Counterparty Risk Using Good Deal Bounds (Job talk)Agatha Murgoci, Stockholm School of EconomicsMonday 26 January 2009Paper How To Make Banks Reveal Their Risk: the Case of Basel II (Job talk)Michal Kowalik, University of MannheimTuesday 27 January 2009Paper Seigniorage and distortionary taxation in a model with heterogeneous agents and idiosyncratic uncertainty (Job talk)Sofia Bauducco, Universitat Pompeu FabraThursday 29 January 2009Paper Monetary Aggregates, Long-Term Interest Rates and the Monetary Transmission Mechanism in the Euro Area (Job talk)Paolo Zagaglia, Stockholm UniversityTuesday 3 February 2009 Information-Based Bank Runs or Panics? (Job talk)Ferre de Graeve, Federal Reserve Bank of DallasWednesday 4 February 2009Paper The New Keynesian Phillips Curve and Staggered Price and Wage Determination in a Model with Firm-Specific Labor (Job talk)Andreas Westermark, Sveriges riksbankFriday 6 February 2009Paper Housing Choices and Labor Income Risk (Job talk)Thomas Jansson, Stockholm School of EconomicsTuesday 10 February 2009Paper Evaluating Microfoundations for Aggregate Price Rigidities: Evidence from Matched Firm-Level Data on Product Prices and Unit Labor Cost.Mikael Carlsson, Sveriges riksbank and Oskar Nordström Skans, IFAUTuesday 17 February 2009 TBA (Cancelled)Massimo Rostagno, ECBThursday 5 March 2009 Evaluating an equilibrium business-cycle model with sticky prices and unemployment for the Euro AreaNicolas Groshenny, Università BocconiTuesday 10 March 2009What question are Staff and FOMC forecasts supposed to answer? (joint with Thomas J. Sargent)Martin Ellison, Oxford UniversityTuesday 24 March 2009Non-Nested Information Sets And The Term Structure Of Interest Rates Preliminary And IncompleteKristoffer Nimark, CREI,Tuesday 14 April 2009 Liquidity Hoarding and Interbank Market Spreads: The Role of Counterparty RiskMarie Hoerova, ECBTuesday 21 April 2009 Lending Relationships and Monetary PolicyHenrique Basso, Uppsala UniversityTuesday 28 April 2009Paper Estimating Potential Output in a Modern Business Cycle Model (with Luca Sala and Antonella Trigari)Ulf Söderström, Sveriges RiksbankTuesday 5 May 2009CONDI: A Cost-Of-Nominal-Distortions IndexAndrea Tambalotti, Federal Reserve Bank of New YorkTuesday 26 May 2009Paper Interpreting Wage Cyclicality of New Hires (with Mark Gertler and Christopher Huckfeldt)Antonella Trigari, Università BocconiThursday 28 May 2009 Convergence and Anchoring of Yield Curves in the Euro AreaRefet Gürkaynak, Bilkent UniversityMonday 1 June 2009Paper Expectations and Fiscal StimulusEric Leeper, Indiana UniversityTuesday 2 June 2009Paper Currency misalignments and optimal monetary policy: A reexaminationCharles Engel, University of WisconsinTuesday 9 June 2009Paper The Business Cycle Implications of Reciprocity in Labour PrelationsJean-Pierre Danthine, Université de LausanneTuesday 16 June 2009Paper Is There a Fiscal Free Lunch in a Liquidity Trap? Jesper Lindé Board of GovernorsTuesday 23 June 2009Paper Computing DSGE Models with Recursive Preferences", with Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, Juan Rubio-Ramirez and Wen YaoDario Caldara, IIESWednesday 8 July 2009 Identification of Automatic Stabilizers and Discretionary Fiscal Policy in Structural VARsDario Caldara , IIESThursday 30 July 2009 Central Bank Balance Sheets, Quasi-Fiscal Policies and InflationSeokgil Park, Indiana UniversityTuesday 11 August 2009 Cyclical Fiscal Policy, Credit Constraints, and IndustryGrowthPhilippe Aghion, Harvard UniversityTuesday 18 August 2009Paper Potential and natural outputAlejandro Justiniano, Federal Reserve Bank of ChicagoTuesday 1 September 2009Paper Monitoring Financial Instruments as a Couterpart to Regulating Financial InstitutionsLeonard Nakamura, Federal Reserve Bank of PhiladelphiaTuesday 8 September 2009 Tests of Ex Ante versus Ex Post Theories of Collateral using Private and Public InformationScott Frame, Federal Reserve Bank of AtlantaTuesday 15 September 2009Paper Perverse Incentives at the Banks?Evidence from a Natural ExperimentSumit Agarwal, Federal Reserve Bank of ChicagoTuesday 29 September 2009Paper Sectoral Price Facts in a Sticky-Price ModelCarlos Carvalho, Federal Reserve Bank of New YorkTuesday 6 October 2009 The Bond Premium in a DSGE Model with Long-Run Real and Nominal RisksEric Swanson, Federal Reserve Bank of San FranciscoTuesday 13 October 2009 Foreign Currency Loans - Demand or Supply Driven?Martin Brown, Swiss National BankTuesday 20 October 2009 Lost in Transit: Product Replacement Bias and Pricing to MarketJon Steinsson, Columbia UniversityMonday 26 October 2009 Credit Market Shocks: Evidence From Corporate Spreads and DefaultsRoland Meeks, Bank of EnglandThursday 5 November 2009 A real explanation of the global economic crisisMichael Krause, Deutsche BundesbankTuesday 17 November 2009 Price-Level Targeting and Risk Management in a Low-Inflation EconomyRoberto Billi, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas CityTuesday 24 November 2009 Inflation Targeting: A chapter for the new Handbook of Monetary EconomicsLars E.O. Svensson, Sveriges RiksbankTuesday 1 December 2009 MOSESRagnar Nymoen, University of Oslo and Gunnar Bårdsen, NTNUTuesday 8 December 2009 Real and nominal frictions within the firm: How lumpyinvestment matters for price adjustmentMichael Jonhston, Bank of CanadaTuesday 15 December 2009
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