Research Group Seminar Calendar
The Research Group at the New York Fed organizes multiple weekly seminar series on a variety of research and policy topics. Academic visitors and research staff present current research in a 90 minute seminar format in these series. Seminar attendance is limited to research staff and invited guests only.

(This schedule will be updated with topics periodically. So please check back frequently.)

2016 Schedule
 
Research & Statistics Group
Jan 8 Robert Townsend
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Segregated Security Exchanges with Ex Ante Rights to Trade: A Market-Based Solution to Collateral-Constrained Externalities
   
Feb 23 S. "Vish" Viswanathan
Duke University
Risk Management in Financial Institutions
   
Feb 26 Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde
University of Pennsylvania
Solution and Estimation Methods for DSGE Models
   
April 1 Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh
NYU Stern
A Macroeconomic Model with Financially Constrained Producers and Intermediaries
   
April 8 Frank Schorfheide
University of Pennsylvania
Sequential Monte Carlo Methods
   
May 6 Benjamin Roll
Princeton University
Heterogeneous Agent Models in Continuous Time
   
May 27 Oleg Itskhoki
Princeton University
Exchange Rate Disconnect
   
July 8 David Weiss
Tel Aviv University
Women's Liberation as a Financial Innovation
   
Capital Markets
March 8 Martin Hellwig
Max Planck Institute
Liquidity Provision and Equity Funding of Banks
   
March 29 Paolo Pasquariello
Univesrsity of Michigan, Ross School of Business
Government Intervention and Arbitrage
   
April 7 Wei Xiong
Princeton University
Housing Supply, Speculation and Cycles
   
May 5 Peter Kondo
London School of Economics
Learning in Crowded Markets
   
May 19 Nikolay Gospodinov
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Spurious Inference in Reduced-Rank Asset-Pricing Models
   
May 31 Andrew Patton
Duke University
TBA
   
June 9 David Sraer
Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
TBA
   
Financial Intermediation
March 22 Charles Calomiris
Columbia Business School
Liquidity Risk, Bank Networks, and the Value of Joining the Federal Reserve System
   
April 12 Benjamin Iverson
Northwestern University
Asset Allocation in Bankruptcy
   
April 19 Johannes Stroebel
New York University, Stern School of Business
Social Networks and Housing Markets
   
May 3 Adrien Matray
Princeton University
Ripple Effects of Noise on Corporate Investment
   
May 17 Tano Santos
Columbia Business School
Saving Gluts and Financial Fragility
   
June 14 Max Bruche
Cass Business School
TBA
   
Money and Payment Studies
March 24 Juliane Begenau
Harvard Business School
Financial Regulation in a Quantitative Model of the Modern Banking System
   
April 14 Anna Babus
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Trading and Information Diffusion in Over-the-Counter Markets
   
April 21 Francesca Carapella
Federal Reserve Board
Competitive Search in Money Markets and Implementation of Monetary Policy
   
April 28 Enrico Perotti
University of Amsterdam
Secular Financial Trends and Technological Progress
   
May 3 Francesco Papadia
Bruegel
Interest Rate Steering by the Central Bank
   
May 12 Sergey Chernenko
Ohio State University
Liquidity Transformation in Asset Management: Evidence from the Cash Holdings of Mutual Funds
   
May 26 Itay Goldstein
The Wharton School
Investor Flows and Fragility in Corporate Bond Funds
   
Macroeconomic & Monetary Studies / International Research (Macro)
March 2 Edouard Challe
Ecole Polytechnique & CREST
Precautionary Saving and Aggregate Demand
   
March 16 Eric R. Young
University of Virginia
A New Dilemma: Capital Controls and Monetary Policy in Sudden Stop Economies
   
March 23 Fabio Canova
European University Institute
Are Small Scale VARs Useful for Business Cycle Analysis? Revisiting Non‐Fundamentalness
   
March 30 Simon Gilchrist
Boston University
Financial Heterogeneity and Monetary Union
   
April 6 Yoosoon Chang
Indiana University
A New Approach to Regime Switching
   
April 7 Eran Yashiv
Tel Aviv University
Frictions in DSGE Models: Revisiting New Keynesian vs New Classical Results
   
April 13 Fatih Guvenen
University of Minnesota
Firming Up Inequality
   
April 27 Gaetano Gaballo
Banque de France
Breaking the Spell with Credit-Easing: Self-Confirming Credit Crises in Competitive Search Economies
   
May 4 Leonardo Melosi
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Signaling Effects of Monetary Policy
   
May 11 John Haltiwanger
University of Maryland
Changing Business Dynamism: Volatility of Shocks vs. Responsiveness to Shocks?
   
May 18 Henry Siu
University of British Columbia
The End of Men? Gender Differences in the High-Skill Labor Market since 1980
   
May 25 Nicholas Bloom
Stanford University
The Finance-Uncertainty Multiplier
   
June 1 Maya Eden
The World Bank
TBA
   
June 15 Mark Bils
University of Rochester
TBA
   
Oct 5 Bartosz Maćkowiak
European Central Bank
TBA
   
Nov 2 James Stock
Harvard University
TBA
   
Applied Micro Seminar Series
March 7 Alan Krueger
Princeton University
Understanding Trends in Nonstandard Work and the 'Gig' Economy
   
March 14 Luigi Pistaferri
Stanford University
Heterogeneity and Persistence in Returns to Wealth
   
March 21 Stephen L. Ross
University of Connecticut
Foreclosure Clusters and the Concentration of High Cost Lending
   
March 28 Joan Llull
Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona and BGSE
Internal Migration in Dual Labor Markets
   
April 4 Anna Aizer
Brown University
Lead and Crime
   
April 11 Corinne Low
The Wharton School
The Impact of Extended Reproductive Time Horizons: Evidence from Israel's Expansion of Access to IVF
   
April 18 Aureo de Paula
University College London
Identification of Preferences in Network Formation Games
   
   
May 2 Gianluca Violante
New York University
Consumption and House Prices in the Great Recession
   
May 9 Brigham Frandsen
Brigham Young University
Partial Identification of the Distribution of Treatment Effects: Bounds on the Distribution of Returns to Schooling
   
May 16 David Autor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Importing Political Polarization? The Electoral Consequences of Rising Trade Exposure
   
May 23 Richard Blundell
University College London
Earnings and Consumption Dynamics: A Nonlinear Panel Data Framework
   
June 6 Nina Pavcnik
Dartmouth College
TBA
   
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