CFM News and Upcoming Events
4-5 September 2014: Cambridge Conference
CFM, Cambridge, and INET will host a conference on Aggregate Demand, the Labor Market and Macroeconomic Policy [PDF], at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. The Deadline for submissions passed on Wednesday 30 Arpil, contact email@example.com for details.
12 September 2014: CFM Event
CFM, ESRC, and NIESR present The Future Of Housing Finance [PDF]. Examining the risks and consequences inherent in housing finance and their relationship with financial intermediation and stability, this conference will provide an opportunity to discuss ideas with leading experts in Housing finance. Enquiries/RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15th.
Tuesday 30September 2014: CFM, FMG and SRC Event
Giving guidance on future monetary policy in a very uncertain world, with David Miles (MPC Member, Bank of England). Chaired by Wouter Den Haan and joined by Charles Goodhart (discussant).
18-19 December 2014: Call for Papers - CFM Event
Centre for Macroeconomics, The Bank of England, and CEPR are jointly organising a two day workshop focusing oninternational trade, finance & macroeconomics [PDF] and related issues.
We invite theoretical and empirical research aimed at improving our understanding of the sources of fluctuations, their propagation, and their implications for macro policy in today’s globalised environment. For submissions, please send draft papers to email@example.com, deadline: 19th September 2014.
01 September 2014: Discussion Paper
CFM discussion paper #24 is now available: The "Mystery of the Printing Press" Monetary Policy and Self-fulfilling Debt Crises by Giancarlo Corsetti and Luca Dedola.
28 August 2014: Discussion Paper
CFM discussion paper #23 is now available: Housing Dynamics over the Business Cycle by Finn E. Kydland, Peter Rupert and Roman Sustek.
09 August 2014: CFM Survey
Results for August's survey discussing migration and UK economy are now available on the CFM Survey website. As referenced in VoxEU and Bloomberg.
01 August 2014: Discussion Paper
Discussion paper #22 is now available: Transitory interest-rate pegs under imperfect credibility by Alex Haberis, Richard Harrison and Matt Waldron.
Past News and Events
Wouter Den Haan, Chris Pissarides and Ilmars Rimsevics with members of the LSE SU Baltic Society at Latvia's Road to the Eurozone [PDF].