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Replay | PSE Macro Days 2023

On October 16-17, the Paris School of Economics organized the 2023 edition of the PSE Macro Days: the annual conference of the Macroeconomic Risk Chair was held on October 16 and the annual conference of the International Macroeconomics Chair was held on October 17.

You can find the replay of all the presentations held during the event:

Monday, October 16
Macroeconomic Risk Chair’s annual conference

  • Morgane Richard (University College London): “The Spatial and Distributive Implications of Working-from-home: A General Equilibrium Model”

  • Xincheng Qiu (Arizona State University): “Female Labor Force Participation and Structural Transformation”

  • Alexander Ludwig (Goethe University Frankfurt): “The Medical Expansion, Life-Expectancy and Endogenous Directed Technical Change”

  • Rana Sajedi (Bank of England): “Decomposing the Drivers of Global R∗”

  • João G. Oliveira (Nova SBE): “Technological Change and Earnings Inequality in the U.S.: Implications for Optimal Taxation”

  • Joseba Martinez (London Business School): “The dynamic effects of income taxes in a world of ideas”

  • Keynote: Chad Jones (Stanford University): “The A.I. Dilemma: Growth versus Existential Risk”

Tuesday, October 17
International Macroeconomics Chair’s annual conference

  • Omar Rachedi (Esade Business School): “Robot adoption and inflation dynamics”

  • Martin Wolf (Universität St. Gallen): “Monetary Policy in the Age of Automation”

  • Natalia Ramondo (Boston University): “The carbon footprint of multinational production”

  • Riccardo Zago (Banque de France): “Labor Market Fluidity and the Flattening of the Phillips Curve”

  • Policy panel: “Structural change: implications and challenges for monetary policy?”
    Participants: Agnès Bénassy-Quéré (Deputy Governor at the Banque de France), Chad Jones (Stanford University) and Xavier Ragot (Sciences Po, OFCE)
    Chair: Tobias Broer (Paris School of Economics, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)

  • Christian Probsting (KU Leuven): “A putty-clay model to evaluate the aggregate and distributional effects of a carbon tax”

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The Macroeconomic Risk Chair aims to promote the development and dissemination of research into a number of areas linked to the issue of macroeconomic risk, including: aims to promote the development and dissemination of research into a number of areas linked to the issue of macroeconomic risk, the macroeconomic effects of uncertainty, the financial and macroeconomic contagion effects of crises and the long-term risks.

This event is organized by the International Macroeconomics Chair, which is the result of a partnership between the Banque de France and PSE. Sharing the same vision about scientific needs on international issues, these two organisations joint their efforts to build a chair with the objective of fostering the development of research on the financial & monetary international system, and in international Macroeconomics.