Macro Reading Group

The purpose of this group is to introduce attendees to widely-discussed recent papers in macroeconomics. Each week, a presenter (student or faculty) will present an important published or working paper to the other members of the group. There is no taxation without representation: you must be willing to present at least once a semester. Presenters are also welcome to present their own research, or distribute written work for comments. This is intended to be a low-stakes environment where everyone can see where macroeconomics as a field is headed, and work on their presentation skills.

The group will meet each Friday at 1pm in Building 25, Room B003.

List of possible papers: link

Macro Reading Group Schedule (Spring 2019)

Jan. 23rd, 2019No Meeting
Feb. 1st, 2019Andolfatto (1996): "Business Cycles and Labor-Market Search" (linlinkk)Nayoung
Feb. 8th, 2019No Meeting
Feb. 15th, 2019Na, Schmitt-Grohe, Uribe, and Yue (2018): "The Twin Ds: Optimal Default and Devaluation" (linklink)Rongzi
Feb. 22nd, 2019
Mar. 1st, 2019
Mar. 8th, 2019
Mar. 15th, 2019
Mar. 22nd, 2019
Mar. 29, 2019
Apr. 5th, 2019
Apr. 12th, 2019
Apr. 19th, 2019
Apr. 26th, 2019
May 3rd, 2019
May 10th, 2019

Some templates and links to help:
Customized Beamer slides: link