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.

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

May
07
2021
TBA

Andreas Mueller, Austin University

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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May
14
2021
TBA

Joseba Martinez, London Business School

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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May
19
2021
10th Annual Search And Matching Conference

19-21 May 2021

Copenhagen Business School

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May
21
2021
TBA

Thomas le Barbanchon, Bocconi University

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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May
25
2021
TBA

Raphael Schoenle, Brandeis University

Danmarks Nationalbank

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May
28
2021
TBA

Pascaul Restrepo, Boston University

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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Past events

May
04
2021
Young Firms and Monetary Policy Transmission

Berardino Palazzo, Federal Reserve Board

Danmarks Nationalbank

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Apr
27
2021
Financial Frictions and the Re-distributive Effects of Exchange Rate Fluctuations

Francesco Ferrante, Federal Reserve Board

Danmarks Nationalbank

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Apr
23
2021
TBA

Loris Rubini, University of New Hampshire

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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Apr
16
2021
"Are Trade Agreements good for you?"

Ralph Ossa, University of Zurich

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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Apr
13
2021
[Cancelled] Belief Distortions and Macroeconomic Fluctuations

Francesco Bianchi, Duke University

Distinguished Macroeconomics Seminar

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Apr
09
2021
Lumpy Durable Consumption Demand and the Limited Ammunition of Monetary Policy

Alisdair McKay, the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

KU - CBS Virtual Macroeconomics Seminar

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