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Meetings for the month of November 2021

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04/11/2021 WE_ARE_IN Macroeconomics and Finance, Frankfurt
With: European Central Bank
Organizers: Caterina Mendicino and Hélène Rey

Call for Papers

WE_ARE Macroeconomics and Finance
Frankfurt, 4 - 5 November 2021

Submission deadline – Friday 4 June 2021
Welcome Address by Christine Lagarde
The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and the European Central Bank (ECB) are inviting submissions for their 2021 conference "WE_ARE_IN Macroeconomics and Finance"?

The conference aims to bring together female experts to present and discuss new research on macroeconomics and finance of particular interest to central banks. We welcome both empirical and theoretical contributions, on topics including, but not limited to, monetary policy, financial stability and international finance.

The conference will foster interaction among junior and senior female economists across academia and policy institutions.

WE_ARE_IN stands for Women in Economics: Advancing Research in Economics Internationally. It brings together two initiatives WE_ARE and WiM, based respectively in Europe and the US. WeE_ARE is a CEPR seminar series where junior women present their work and get constructive feedback from their peers and from senior women. WiM is an annual conference that features the work of Women in Macro and creates opportunities to strengthen their research and build their network.

Policy Panel:  
A policy panel on “Rebuilding after COVID: Central Banking in Support of Society and a New Social Contract” will take place on the first day of the conference, moderated by Stephanie Flanders and with the following panellists confirmed:
  • Isabel Schnabel (ECB and CEPR)
  • Dame Minouche Shafik (LSE and CEPR)
How to Apply: 
We are inviting academic papers from female researchers. To submit a paper, please visit the WE_ARE_IN Macroeconomics and Finance Call for Papers page here and indicate whether or not you wish to present a paper or would be willing to act as a discussant. The deadline for replies is 18:00 BST on Friday, 4 June. If you do not currently have a CEPR profile, please create a new profile at https://portal.cepr.org/user/register and then click on the registration link above.

If you have any difficulties registering for this meeting, please contact Lydia Williams in the CEPR Events team, at [email protected] with the subject line "WE_ARE_IN Macroeconomics and Finance".

WE_ARE_IN Committee:

  • Marina Azzimonti (Stony Brook University and CEPR)
  • Alessandra Fogli (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and CEPR)
  • Veronica Guerrieri (Chicago Booth School of Business and CEPR)
  • Caterina Mendicino (ECB)
  • Hélène Rey (London Business School and CEPR)

Conference Organisers:
  • Caterina Mendicino (ECB)
  • Hélène Rey (London Business School and CEPR)

11/11/2021 CEPR Macroeconomics and Growth Programme Meeting, Rome

Organizers: Graziella Bertocchi and Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln
The 2021 Annual Meeting of the CEPR Macroeconomics and Growth programme will be hosted by the Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance (EIEF) in Rome.* The organisers are Graziella Bertocchi (EIEF, University of Modena and CEPR) and Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln (Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR).  The keynote speaker is Mariacristina De Nardi (University of Minnesota and CEPR). 

We now invite submissions from interested researchers on any topic within the area of Macroeconomics and Growth. Only full-length papers will be considered.

Research in the MG programme covers long-run macroeconomic issues including:

  • Economic growth;
  • Inequality;
  • Political economy;
  • Structural change;
  • Macroeconomic aspects of development

Starting July 1, the programme will be directed by Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln (Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR).

All papers presented at the conference will be selected through this open submission process. Please note that there will be time for only a small number of presentations between the 11th and 12th of November.

If you would like to submit a paper, please upload a draft on the call for papers webpage by Wednesday 30 June 2021.   If you do not currently have a CEPR profile, please create a new on here and then click on the registration link. If you have any difficulties registering for this meeting, please contact Lydia Williams, Events Officer, at [email protected]

*The conference is planned to take place in person at EIEF in Rome, provided travel restrictions have been lifted and it is safe to do so. If it is not deemed safe to meet in person, the conference will take place online.


18/11/2021 TCD/CEPR Workshop in Development Economics 2021, Dublin
Hosted By: Trinity College Dublin
Organizers: Sule Alan, Selim Gulesci, Michael King, Eliana La Ferrara and Eric A Verhoogen

The CEPR annual symposium of the Development Economics Programme will be hosted by Trinity College Dublin on Thursday 18 November and Friday 19 November 2021. The workshop is organised by TIME (Trinity College Dublin) and CEPR and is funded by Irish Aid. We now invite submissions for this conference from interested researchers on any topic within the area of Development Economics. The deadline for submission is 9 August 2021. We accept both full-length papers and extended abstracts for projects at an advanced stage.
 
A pre-conference session will also be arranged for junior faculty to get the opportunity to present their work. Please use the same submission process, selecting the “Pre-Conference” session in your application, if you would like your work to be considered for this part of the conference.

Based on information currently available, we plan an in-person event at Trinity College Dublin. This plan is subject to changes depending on the COVID-19 situation. The organisers will continue to monitor the situation and will switch to a remote event if necessary.

Funding
The sponsoring institutions can cover accommodation and travel according to the CEPR guidelines for presenters. However, funding is limited and we encourage more senior participants to use their own grants to cover costs. 

How to apply
Please note that there will be time for only a small number of presentations. The conference lasts two days; there are no parallel sessions.


Authors who are CEPR affiliated can upload their submission online at https://portal.cepr.org/tcdcepr-workshop-development-economics-2021. Authors who are not CEPR affiliated can create a profile online here. If you have any difficulties registering for this meeting please contact Mandy Chan, Senior Events Officer at  [email protected]

We aim to notify successful applicants by 10 September 2021.



18/11/2021 Monetary Policy, Fiscal Policy and Public Debt in a Post COVID World, Paris
Fiscal policy has responded to the economic disruptions caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic with stimulus and income-support packages of unprecedented scale, while monetary policy has further enlarged the set of instruments it uses to respond to large shocks in a low r-star environment.  In parallel, the resulting increase in public debt has rekindled debates on the possible constraints put by high levels of public debt on the ability of monetary policy to control inflation, and the impact of inflation on public debt.

This new environment opens numerous questions on how to design monetary and fiscal policies going forward and how they interact in an environment of high public debt, in particular in a monetary union. Will the post-pandemic economy require a different policy mix, and/or a different form of coordination between fiscal and monetary authorities? Do high levels of public debt pose a threat to the central bank’s ability to deliver price stability? Is inflation a feasible and/or desirable solution to high levels of public debt?

The BdF conference aims at bringing together researchers from academia, central banks and other policy institutions to present empirical and theoretical work on monetary policy, fiscal policy, and public debt, with a particular interest in works that speak of their interactions.

Invited lectures will be given by:
  • John H. Cochrane (Hoover Institution, Stanford University and NBER)
  • Ricardo Reis (London School of Economics and CEPR)
  • Federica Romei (University of Oxford and CEPR)
All presentations will be in plenary sessions and each paper will be assigned a discussant. The conference is currently planned as an in-person event in Paris. Should travel restrictions continue to bind by the time of the conference however, it will take place online. Some of the topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Monetary and fiscal policy in a world with r*<g
  • Fiscal dominance, fiscal theory of the price level, money-financed stimulus, helicopter money
  • Models of sovereign default
  • Economic history on periods with high public debt
  • Implications for policy coordination within a monetary union
We invite authors to submit completed papers or extended abstracts. Preferences are for completed papers.

If you would like to submit a paper, please upload your paper  by visiting
 https://portal.cepr.org/monetary-policy-fiscal-policy-and-public-debt-post-covid-world and indicate whether or not you wish to present a paper or act as a discussant. You will also be asked to specify your funding requirements. If you do not currently have a CEPR profile, please create a new profile here https://portal.cepr.org/user/register and then click on the registration link above.

The deadline for paper submission is Tuesday 7 September 2021. Authors of accepted papers will be informed by 1st October 2021. Travel and local accommodation for speakers and discussants from academic institutions will be funded by the Banque de France according to its internal guidelines.
 
Organising committee:
Vincent Bignon (Banque de France and CEPR)
Stéphane Dupraz (Banque de France)
Christoph Grosse-Steffen (Banque de France)