Hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
General issues to be discussed:
- The main tools for real-time monitoring economic and financial conditions.
- The interactions between judgment and econometric models in monitoring economic and financial conditions.
- Alternative tools for monitoring economic and financial conditions (Cross-validation, uncertainty…).
- The types of information that should be monitored; in particular, the use of new (big) data, web data, google trends, and other such sources.
- The appropriate structure on monitoring models; e.g. reduced form vs behavioral models.
- The extent that central banks should share their analysis with the public.
Attendance is by invitation only
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Agenda with links to presentations
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045
Domenico Giannone, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Tao Zha, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta