Micro and Macro Implications of Household Behaviour and Financial Decision-Making
Micro and Macro Implications of Household Behaviour
and Financial Decision-Making
Micro and Macro Implications of Household Behaviour and Financial Decision-Making is a cross-disciplinary seminar series covering research at the intersection of household finance, macro and labour economics. It represents a collaboration between universities and research networks and centres. To find out more about this series and stay up to date with the latest talks, please sign-up to our mailing list.
Seminars are held on Zoom on the third Friday of the month and run for 90 minutes including a discussion panel.
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Richard Blundell (University College London, Institute for Fiscal Studies and CEPR), Michael Haliassos (Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR), Christopher Hansman (Imperial College), Yigitcan Karabulut (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and CEPR), Peter Levell (Institute for Fiscal Studies and CEPR), Benjamin Moll (London School Economics and CEPR), Tarun Ramadorai (Imperial College and CEPR), and Polly Simpson (London School Economics).
- Friday 27th May from 3:30pm-5:00pm BST featuring Moritz Kuhn (University of Bonn and CEPR) presenting "Modigliani Meets Minsky: Inequality, Debt, and Financial Fragility in America, 1950-2016" with (Alina K. Bartscher, Mortiz Schularick and Ulrike I. Steins). Discussion by Søren Leth-Petersen (University of Copenhagen and CEPR) and Antoinette Schoar (MIT Sloan and CEPR).
- Friday 19th March from 3:30pm-5:00pm GMT featured John Campbell (Havard University) presenting The Cross-Section of Household Preferences. Link to presentation slides. Discussed by Mariacristina De Nardi (University of Minnesota, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and CEPR), Hamish Low (University of Oxford) and Jonathan Parker (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
- Friday 23rd April from 3:30pm-5:00pm BST featured Luigi Pistaferri (Stanford University and CEPR) presenting Assortative Mating and Wealth Inequality. Discussion by Kelly Shue (Yale University) and Alberto Bisin (New York University and CEPR).
- Friday 28th May from 3:30pm-5:00pm BST will feature Monika Piazzesi (Stanford and CEPR) presenting Learning about Housing Cost: Survey Evidence from the German House Price Boom. Discussion by Ulrike Malmendier (University of California, Berkeley and CEPR) and Stijn van Nieuwerburgh (Columbia University and CEPR).
- Friday 25th June from 3:30pm-5:00pm BST will feature José-Luis Peydró (Imperial and CEPR) presenting Monetary Policy and Inequality (with Asger Lau Andersen (University of Copenhagen), Niels Johannesen (University of Copenhagen and CEPR) and Mia Jørgensen (University of Copenhagen)). Discussion by Adrien Auclert (Stanford and CEPR) and Kjetil Storesletten (University of Oslo and CEPR).
- Friday 22nd October from 3:30pm-5:00pm BST will feature Atif Mian (Princeton) presenting The Saving Glut of the Rich (with Ludwig Straub (Harvard) and Amir Sufi (Chicago Booth)). Discussion by Stefania Albanesi (University of Pittsburgh and CEPR) and Luigi Pistaferri (Stanford and CEPR).
- Friday 3 December from 3:30pm-5:00pm GMT will feature Hanno Lustig (Stanford and CEPR) presenting Financial and Total Wealth Inequality with Declining Interest Rates (with Daniel Greenwald (MIT), Matteo Leombroni (Stanford) and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh (Columbia University and CEPR)). Discussion by Laurent Calvet (EDHEC and CEPR) and Florian Scheuer (University of Zurich and CEPR).
- Friday 18th February from 3:30pm-5:00pm GMT featuring Mark Aguair (Princeton University) presenting "Who Are the Hand-to-Mouth" (with Mark Bils (University of Rochester) and Corina Boar (NYU and CEPR)). Discussion by Ayşe İmrohoroğlu (University of Southern California) and Greg Kaplan (University of Chicago).
- Friday 18th March from 3:30pm-5:00pm GMT featuring Matthieu Gomez (Columbia University) presenting "Asset-Price Redistribution" with A. Fagereng, E. Gouin-Bonenfant, M. Holm, B. Moll, and G. Natvik. Discussion by Clara Martinez-Toledano (Imperial College London and CEPR) and Ian Martin (LSE and CEPR).
CEPR Network on Household Finance Website: https://cepr.org/content/cepr-network-household-finance