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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam seminar, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, September20
Conference on Open Market Operations and the Financial Markets, cosponsored by the Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières (SUERF) and the Bank of Finland, Helsinki, Finland, September23
Danmarks Nationalbank workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 28
Linda Goldberg "Distribution Margins, Imported Inputs, and the Insensitivity of the CPI to ExchangeRates"
European Central Bank and Bank of Canada conference, held at the European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany, December7
"Establishing Credibility: Evolving Perceptions of the European Central Bank," with MichaelKlein
Allied Social Science Association meetings, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January7
Conference cosponsored by the Journal of International Money and Finance, the FrankJ.Petrilli Center for Research in International Finance at Fordham University, and the Trans-Atlantic Finance Institute, SanJuan, PuertoRico, March17
"Global Issues Affecting International Business"
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants convention, NewYorkCity, October27
Rockland County Economic Development Corporation conference, NewYorkCity, November18
"Trade Invoicing in the Accession Countries: Are They Suited to the Euro?"
NBER conference, Budapest, Hungary, June18
Linda Goldberg and Cédric Tille "Vehicle Currency Use in International Trade"
NBER conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April1
University of Houston Department of Economics seminar, Houston, Texas, May2
Conference cosponsored by Northwestern University and the European University Institute, Florence, Italy, June14
Boston College Department of Economics seminar, Boston, Massachusetts, November9
Erica Groshen "The Interaction of Labor Markets and Inflation: Analysis of Micro Data from the International Wage Flexibility Project," with WilliamDickens, LorenzGoette, SteinarHolden, JulianMessina, MarkSchweitzer, JarkkoTurunen, and MelanieWard
International Monetary Fund seminar, Washington,D.C., March22
University of California at Los Angeles Department of Economics seminar, Los Angeles, California, April 6
University of Southern California Department of Economics seminar, Los Angeles, California, April 7
Cornell University Department of Economics seminar, Ithaca, New York, April20
Northwestern University-European University Institute conference on Inflation, Interest Rates, and Relative Prices, Florence, Italy, June 14
Society for Economic Dynamics annual meeting, Budapest, Hungary, June 24
Purdue University Department of Economics seminar, WestLafayette, Indiana, October20
"Information Technology Erodes Cross-Border Segmentation: The Case of Antiretrovirals"
American Economic Association annual conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January8
"Vertical Contracts and Exchange Rate Pass-Through"
Econometric Society winter meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January8
"Vertical Contracts as a Source of Incomplete Cross-Border Transmission: The Case of Autos," with Sofia Berto Villas-Boas
Workshop on Globalization and Contracts, cosponsored by the Centre for Economic Policy Research and the Department and Laboratory of Theoretical and Applied Economics at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France, April28
Bart Hobijn and Andrea Tambalotti "Menu Costs at Work: Restaurant Prices and the Introduction of the Euro," with Federico Ravenna
Universitá di Pavia Department of Economics seminar, Pavia, Italy, March14
Society for Economic Dynamics annual meeting, Budapest, Hungary, June23
Econometric Society World Congress, London, England, August22
Miklós Koren "Technological Diversification," with SilvanaTenreyro
Cornell University Economics Department seminar, Ithaca, NewYork, October12
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Conference on Bank Structure and Competition, Chicago, Illinois, May4
Andrea Moro and Giorgio Topa "The Empirical Content of Models with Multiple Equilibria," with Alberto Bisin
Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory Conference on Current Trends in Economics, Vigo, Spain, June30
Paolo Pesenti "Current Accounts and Global Rebalancing in a Multi-Country Simulation Model," with HamidFaruqee, DouglasLaxton, and DirkMuir
NBER conference on G7 Current Account Imbalances, Newport, RhodeIsland, June1
"The Global Economy Model (GEM): Design and Applications"
Bank of Canada International Department seminar, Ottawa, Canada, May10
"New Open-Economy Macroeconomic Theory and Applications"
IMF Institute Economics Training Program, International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C., November14-16
"Productivity Spillovers, Terms of Trade, and the 'Home Market Effect,'" with GiancarloCorsetti and PhilippeMartin
American Economic Association annual meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January7
NBER International Finance and Macroeconomics meeting, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March18
Centre for Economic Policy Research and Central Bank of Cyprus European Summer Symposium in International Macroeconomics, Limassol, Cyprus, May28
"Shocks, Reforms, and Monetary Rules: A Scenario Analysis forJapan"
Eighteenth Annual Trio Conference supported by the NBER, the Tokyo Center for EconomicResearch, the CEPR, and the Center for International Research on the Japanese Economy, held at the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, December10
"The Simple Geometry of Transmission and Stabilization in Closed and Open Economies," with GiancarloCorsetti
Harvard University Department of Economics lecture, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May9
"Smooth Landing or Crash? Model-Based Scenarios of Global Current Account Rebalancing," with HamidFaruqee, DouglasLaxton, and DickMuir
DSGE Modeling at Policymaking Institutions: Progress and Prospects, held at the Board of Governors of the FederalReserve System, Washington,D.C., December3
"Toward a Model for Monetary Policy Evaluation in Open Economy"
Bank of Japan invited lecture, Tokyo, Japan, December7
"Welfare-Based Monetary Policy Rules in an Estimated Model of the U.S. Economy," with MichelJuillard, PhilippeKaram, and DouglasLaxton
International Research Forum on Monetary Policy, European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany, May21