CFM News and Upcoming Events
Wednesday 27 May 2015: CFM and Department of Economics Public Lecture
Hubris: Why Economists failed to predict the crisis and how to avoid the next one. Professor Lord Desai and HSBC's Stephen King discuss Lord Desai's latest book. Chaired by Tim Besley.
Wednesday 17 June 2015: CFM and Department of Economics Public Lecture
Disinflation and Deflation: Where? Why? And what's next? Professor Kristin Forbes (MIT & Bank of England) will present an informative overview of topical macroeconomic questions, and discuss policy-related issues in international macroeconomics. Chaired By Silvana Tenreyro.
Tuesday 31 March 2015: Royal Economic Society Conference 2015
CFM UCL sponsors special EJ 125th Birthday sessions at the RES annual conference in Manchester.
Wednesday 04 March 2015: CFM and LSE Department of Economics Public Lecture
Yes, it is a curse: politics and the adverse impact of natural resource riches: Professor Franceso Caselli questioned whether recent economic research could shed new light on the political and economic impact of natural resource windfalls. Chaired by Chris Pissarides. Slides [PDF] available, video and Podcast available on the LSE Events page.
Thursday 16 April 2015: CFM in the Media
Wouter den Haan was interview by RT regarding the latest CFM Survey.
Friday 10 April 2015: CFM Discussion Paper
CFM Discussion Paper Time-Consistent Consumption Taxation by Sarolta Laczó and Raffaele Rossi is now available.
Monday 30 March 2015: CFM Survey
The latest CFM Survey analysing the importance of elections for UK economic activity are now available on the survey website. Mentioned on the BBC, BBC Radio 4, The Guardian, and CityWire.
Monday 30 March 2015: Discussion Paper
CFM Discussion Paper House Prices and Job Losses by Gabor Pinter is now available.
Friday 27 March 2015: CEP Election Analysis
The first of seven CEP election analyses is now available at the CEP website: cep.lse.ac.uk/election
Monday 16 March 2015: CFM Survey
Results of the latest survey, concerning transparency and effectiveness of Monetary Policy following the Warsh Review at the Bank of England, are now available on the survey website. Discussed in VoxEU and Wall Street Journal.
Thursday 05 March 2015: CFM Discussion Paper
CFM Discussion Paper Monetary Policy with Ambiguity Averse Agents by Riccardo M. Masolo and Francesca Monti is now available.