The International Macroeconomics Chair is glad to invite you to a workshop on “International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective” on November 28-29, 2022.

International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective
Funded by the International Macroeconomics Chair
Also sponsored by the European Macrohistory network (4th workshop) and CEPR

Dates: November 28-29, 2022
Venue: Paris School of Economics, 48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris, Auditorium
Topic: International capital flows and their consequences for policy making
Organisers: Marianna Astore (PSE), Eric Monnet (PSE & CEPR) and Alain Naef (Banque de France)

- Register to the International Macroeconomics in Historical Perspective Workshop via this link (compulsory)
Please note that the deadline for registration for the lunch is 21st November.


Monday 28th November
13:50 Registration

14:00-15:00 Kirsten Wandschneider (University of Vienna & CEPR)
Low Inflation and the German Bundesbank (with Andrew Jalil, Occidental College)
Discussant: Vincent Bignon (BdF & CEPR)

15:00-16:00 Guillaume Bazot (University Paris 8)
Central Banks as Shock Absorbers in the Long Run (with Eric Monnet, PSE & CEPR, & Matthias Morys, University of York)
Discussant: Maria Sole Pagliari (Banque de France)

16:00-16:30 Coffee break

16:30-17:30 Kaspar Zimmermann (Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE)
The Shifts and the Shocks: Bank Risk, Leverage, and the Macroeconomy (with Dmitry Kuvshinov and Björn Richter, UPF)
Discussant: Guillaume Vuillemey (HEC & CEPR)

17:30-18:30 1st Keynote Lecture
Hélène Rey (London Business School & CEPR)
Is This time Different? Financial Follies Across Centuries

Tuesday 29th November
8:50 Registration

9:00-10:00 Natacha Postel-Vinay (London School of Economics & CEPR)
Hot Money Inflows and Bank Risk-Taking: Germany from the 1920s to the Great Depression (with Stéphanie Collet, Bundesbank)
Discussant: Carsten Burhop (Bonn University)

10:00-11:00 Nuno Palma (University of Manchester & CEPR)
Monetary Goldilocks: American Precious Metals and the Rise of the West (with Yao Chen and Felix Ward, Erasmus School of Economics)
Discussant: François Velde (Chicago Fed)

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-12:30 Paul Bouscasse (Cambridge University & Sciences Po)
Canst Thou Beggar Thy Neighbour? Evidence from the 1930s
Discussant: Arnaud Mehl (ECB & CEPR)

12:30-13:30 2nd Keynote Lecture
Catherine Schenk (Oxford University)
Global Banking Networks in the Long Run

13:30 Lunch