(Replay) September 15-16 - PSE Macro Days 2022
On September 15-16, Paris School of Economics organized the 2022 edition of the PSE Macro Days: the Annual Conference of the Macroeconomic Risk Chair was held on September 15 and the Annual Conference of the International Macroeconomics Chair was held on September 16.
You can find the replay of all the presentations held during the event:
Thursday September 15th
- Welcome address, Daniel Cohen (President of the Board of directors of PSE) and Philippe Trainar (Directeur of the Fondation SCOR pour la Science)
- Anton Nakov: "Optimal Monetary Policy when r*<0"
- Césaire Meh: “Gazing at r*: A Hysteresis Perspective”
- Klaus Adam: “Subjective Housing Price Expectations, Falling Natural Rates and the Optimal Inflation Target”
- Natalie Rickard: “Essential Business Cycles”
- Francesco Ferrante: “The Inflationary Effects of Sectoral Reallocation”
- Roundtable: Why is the euro falling relative to the dollar?
Participants: Klaus Adam (University of Mannheim), Giancarlo Corsetti (EUI), Martin Uribe (Columbia University)
Modérator: Gilles Saint-Paul (Paris School of Economics, École normale supérieure - PSL)
Friday September 16th
- Oliver Pfäuti: “A Behavioral Heterogeneous Agent New Keynesian Model”
- Galo Nuño: “The Heterogeneous Impact of Inflation on Households’ Balance Sheet”
- Guido Ascari: “The Long-Run Phillips Curve is ... a Curve∗”
- Martin Uribe: “What Do Long Data Tell Us About the Inflation Hike Post COVID-19 Pandemic?”
- Martin Harding: “Understanding Post-Covid Inflation Dynamics”
- Giancarlo Corsetti: “Gambling on price (and fiscal) stability”
More information about this event on this page