EABCN Training School: The Zero Lower Boand and Secular Stagnation

General Description

We are pleased to announce details of the latest EABCN Training School titled: "The ZLB and Secular Stagnation" taught by Gauti Eggertsson (Brown University). The course will take place online Monday, 24 May to Friday, 28 May 2021.

Course outline

The course outline will be released shortly.

The course will take place online. More information about logistics will be circulated closer to the date.

Candidates who have a CEPR profile should apply by submitting their CV online at https://portal.cepr.org/eabcn-training-school-ZLB-secular-stagnation-may... by 6pm (CET), Sunday, 2 May 2021. If you do not currently have a CEPR profile, please create a new one here and then click on the registration link.

We ask that you send a current version of your CV. PhD students should also specify in which way the school will be useful for their current research (max 300 words).

Participants from non-academic institutions where the employer is not a member of the EABCN network are charged a reduced course fee of EUR 1,000. About the Instructor:

Gauti B. Eggertsson is a macroeconomist and a Professor of Economics at Brown University Economics Department. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University in 2004, after having completed his B.S. in economics from the University of Iceland. He has worked at Research Departments of the International Monetary Fund and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Since graduation he has also been visiting faculty at Princeton, Yale, and Columbia where he taught international finance and macroeconomics at both graduate and undergraduate level. Eggertsson has published in a variety of professional journals such as the American Economic Review, Brookings Papers on Economics Activity, Economic Journal, Journal of Monetary Economics, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Review of Economic Dynamics and the Quarterly Journal of Economics. The main focus of his work is the analysis of monetary and fiscal policy over the business cycle, both from a modern and historical perspective.

 

Date: 
Monday, May 24, 2021 - 00:00