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CDMA Conference 2004

The Inaugural CDMA Conference was held in St Andrews on the 17th and 18th of September 2004. The full list of delegates who attended the conference, and the group photo, can be found here.

Friday 17th September

0900-1000
Welcome and Coffee
 
1000-1100
Richard Mash, New College, Oxford University
Paper
'A Critique of rule-of-thumb/indexing Microfoundations for inflation persistence'
Discussant
Neil Rankin, Warwick University
 
1100-1130
Coffee
 
1130-1230
Anton Muscatelli, Glasgow University
Paper
'Fiscal and Monetary Policy Interactions in a New Keynesian Model with Liquidity Constraints'
Discussant
Peter MacMillan, St Andrews University
 
1230-1430
Lunch
 
1430-1530
Patrick Minford, Cardiff University
Paper
'Inflation Persistence as Regime Change in a Classical Macro Model'
Discussant
Charles Nolan, St Andrews University
 
1530-1600
Coffee & Group Photograph
 
1600-1700
Luisa Corrado, University of Rome 'Tor Vergata', Faculty of Economics
Paper
'Habit Formation and Interest Rate Smoothing'
Discussant
Mike Wickens, University of York
 
1700-1800
Nobu Kiyotaki, LSE
Paper
'A Model of Job and Worker Flows'
Discussant
John Driffil, Birkbeck College
 
2000
Dinner

Saturday 18th September

0900-1000
John Driffil, Birkbeck College
Paper
'The Specification of Monetary Policy Inertia in Empirical Taylor Rules'
Discussant
David Cobham, St Andrews University
 
1000-1100
Parantap Basu, University of Durham
Paper
'Inequality and Industrialization'
Discussant
Gary Shea, St Andrews University
 
1100-1130
Coffee
 
1130-1230
Keith Blackburn, Manchester University
Paper
'Public Expenditures, Bureaucratic Corruption and Economic Development'
Discussant
Chris Rogers, Cambridge University
 
1230-1430
Lunch
 
1430-1530
Christoph Thoenissen, St Andrews University
Paper
'Consumption and Real Exchange Rates with Incomplete Markets and Non-traded Goods'
Discussant
Frank Smets, European Central Bank
 
1530-1600
Coffee
 
1600-1700
Huw Dixon, York University
Paper
'The Issue of Persistence in DGE Models with Heterogeneous Taylor Contracts'
Discussant
Andrew Snell, University of Edinburgh
 
1700-1800
Seppo Honkapohja, Cambridge University
Paper
'Performance of Inflation Targeting Based On Constant Interest Rate Projections'
Discussant
Jagjit Chadha, St Andrews University
 
2000
Dinner

 

 

 

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