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Macro Brown Bag Workshop

   
 
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Coordinator  : Assoc Prof Aditya Goenka
 
Location
 
: Silcock Journal Room, AS2 06-23
Department of Economics, National University of Singapore
 
Time : 1 - 2 pm on Wednesdays
(Please free to bring your lunch to the meetings)
 
Objective : The workshop is a forum for people working in macro and money - broadly defined - to discuss their work-in-progress and bounce around ideas.
 

Semester II, 2006/2007

Date Speaker Title
7 Feb Liu Lin

 

Infectious diseases and chaos in growth models
- Joint work with Aditya Goenka
 
14 Feb Cheolbeom Park

 

The impact of oil price shocks on the US stock market
 
28 Feb Serene Tan

 

Labor Hoarding Contracts, Risk Sharing, and Coordination Frictions
 
7 March Mau-Ting Lin

 

Long-Run Non-neutrality Implication from Calvo Pricing
 
14 March Partha Chatterjee, NUS Business School
 
Democracy and Growth Volatility: Exploring the Links

 

21 March Huw Dixon Understanding inflation persistence: A comparison of different models
 
28 March Massimiliano Landi, S'pore Management University
 
Dynamics in Electoral Competition
4 April Zeng Jinli Patent protection vs. price regulation in an R&D growth model
 
11 April Nicolas Jacquet, S'pore Management University
 
Illiquid Housing, Portfolio Choice, and the Wealth Distribution
18 April Aekapol Chongvilaivan The Impact of Outsourcing Ability, FDI, and Technological Progress on the Employment across Skilled Groups in Non-Traded Sectors

 

28 June, Thu Tim Kam, ANU Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Limited Government Commitment and Heterogeneous Agents