Second Research Conference of the CEPR Network on Macroeconomic Modelling and Model Comparison (MMCN)
June 7-8, 2018, Stanford University
Deadline for submission: March 1, 2018
Deadline for registration: April 30, 2018
MMCN is a research network under the auspices of CEPR and forms part of the Macroeconomic Model Comparison Initiative (MMCI) by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and the Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (IMFS) at Goethe University Frankfurt.
Quantitative macroeconomic models play an important role in informing policy makers about the consequences of monetary, fiscal and macro-prudential policies. The Macroeconomic Modelling and Model Comparison Network (MMCN) aims to make progress in this area by promoting collaboration among interested researchers in academia and policy institutions. It provides a forum for presenting new models and model comparisons, as well as the solution and estimation methods underlying them, thereby enhancing opportunities for building on the work of others.
The conference organizers welcome submissions of a theoretical or empirical nature and wish to foster a network of researchers interested in model and policy comparison. Relevant topics include:
- Modelling the financial sector and economic crises in structural macroeconomic models
- Comparative analysis of monetary, fiscal and macro-prudential policies
- Modelling structural and tax reforms in macroeconomic models
- Solution, estimation, simulation and forecasting with structural macroeconomic models
- Model comparison and robust policies
SPECIAL TOPIC 2018: EXPLAINING AND FORECASTING THE GREAT RECESSION AND ITS AFTERMATH WITH STRUCTURAL MODELS
If you would like to present a paper or attend the meeting, please e-mail Jakob Liermann at IMFS (Jakob.Liermann@hof.uni-frankfurt.de). Submission deadline is March 1, 2018. Please mention whether you are also willing to present in a poster session. Authors of successful submissions will be notified by April 6, 2018. General registration ends on April 30, 2018. Limited funding is available to contribute to travel expenses of academic participants presenting papers or acting as discussants.
Michael Binder (IMFS, Goethe University Frankfurt)
John B. Taylor (Stanford University and Hoover Institution)
Volker Wieland (IMFS, Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR)
Published by: Taras Markiv