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July 31 and August 1, 2009
AS 7, Seminar Room ABC, Level 1
National University of Singapore

The 4th Workshop on Macroeconomic Dynamics (WMD 2009) is being organized by the Department of Economics at the National University of Singapore (NUS). It will take place on 31 July and 1 August, 2009, on the NUS campus.

The number of speakers will be limited to around 16-18 to avoid parallel sessions and to give an opportunity to discuss papers in some details. The aim is to allow participants to present and be informed of the latest developments in macroeconomic dynamics, macroeconomics, dynamic general equilibrium theory, monetary economics, economic growth, business cycles, international macroeconomics, and related areas. WMD2009 follows previous workshops at the Australian National University (2006), the University of Adelaide (2007) and the University of Melbourne (2008).

The invited speakers for the workshop this year are Professor Costas Azariadis (WUSTL), Professor Volker Böhm (Bielefeld) and Professor Kazuo Nishimura (Kyoto).

Further information will be provided at

Participation in the workshop is not limited to researchers based in Australasia and Asia. Please circulate this information amongst interested colleagues.

There are no registration fees and campus accommodation may be available.

Submissions of a complete paper or a preliminary draft should be made electronically as a PDF file to

Submitted papers must include a short abstract, along with the correspondent author's e-mail address, fax and phone numbers and mail address. The submission deadline is 15 March 2009, and we expect to make decisions for acceptance of papers by 15 April 2009. Papers submitted earlier will be considered sooner.

For more information, please e-mail: