CopenhagenMacro is a network of economists exploring open research questions related to business cycles, macro-finance, macro-labor, the supply and demand of credit, open economy macroeconomics.

The Cmacro calendar lists events held at research institutions in the Copenhagen area. Events are by invitation only. If you would like to be notified about upcoming events press the ‘Join the Mailing List’ button below.

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The Cmacro calendar lists events of interest to economists held at research institutions in the Copenhagen-area. Events are by invitation only. If you would like to be notified about upcoming events press the 'Join Mailing List' button.

Upcoming events

Sep
16
2019
The Changing Economy and the Business Cycle: New theory and evidence

16-17 September 2019

Danmarks Nationalbank, Deutsche Bundesbank & Norges Bank

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Sep
19
2019
Competition and Inequality

Andrea Colciago, De Nederlandsche Bank and University of Milano-Bicocca

University of Copenhagen - Department of Economics

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Sep
19
2019
Markups and Inequality

Corina Boar, New York University

University of Copenhagen - Department of Economics

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Sep
26
2019
TBA

Vivien Lewis, Deutsche Bundesbank

University of Copenhagen - Department of Economics

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Sep
30
2019
TBA

Kris Mitchener, Santa Clara University

Copenhagen Business School - Department of Economics

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Oct
01
2019
Housing Wealth, Credit Constraints and Consumption

Boragan Aruoba, University of Maryland

Danmarks Nationalbank

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Past events

Sep
10
2019
Rents and Intangibles: a Q+ Framework

Nicolas Crouzet, Northwestern University

Danmarks Nationalbank

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Sep
06
2019
Capital Controls and Risk Misallocation: Evidence from a Natural Experiment  

Lorena Keller, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management

Copenhagen Business School - Department of Finance

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Sep
04
2019
Workshop on New Consumption Data

4-5 September 2019

University of Copenhagen - Department of Economics

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Sep
04
2019
The Real Effects of Credit Booms and Busts

Michael Siemer, Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Danmarks Nationalbank

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Sep
03
2019
Firm-to-Firm Relationships and the Pass-Through of Shocks: Theory and Evidence

Sebastian Heise, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Danmarks Nationalbank

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Sep
02
2019
Student Loans, Access to Credit and Consumer Financial Behavior

Alvaro Mezza, Federal Reserve System

Copenhagen Business School - Department of Economics

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