Research Group Seminar Calendar

The Research Group at the New York Fed organizes multiple weekly seminar series on a variety of research and policy topics. Academic visitors and research staff present current research in a 90 minute seminar format in these series. Seminar attendance is limited to research staff and invited guests only.
Fall 2014 Schedule
(This schedule will be updated with topics periodically. So please check back frequently.)
Capital Markets
September 18 Kent Daniel
Columbia University
Momentum Crashes
   
Financial Intermediation
September 10 Cedric Tille
Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies
Do Real Exchange Rate Appreciations Matter for Growth?
   
International Research
September 19 Kinda Hachem
The University of Chicago
Agency Cost Determinants of Bank Risk-Taking
   
September 26 Ivan Werning
MIT
A Theory of Macroprudential Policies in the Presence of Nominal Rigidities
   
Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies
September 3 Franck Portier
Toulouse School of Economics
Reconciling Hayek's and Keynes' Views of Recessions
   
September 9 Miles Kimball
University of Michigan
TBA
   
September 17 Neil Mehrotra
Brown University
Financial Shocks and Job Flows
   
September 24 Todd Walker
Indiana University
Approximate Aggregation in the Neoclassical Growth Model with Idiosyncratic Shocks
   
September 26 Stefania Albanesi
FRBNY
Insolvency After the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform
   
Microeconomic Studies
September 8 Thibaut Lamadon
University of Chicago
Productivity Shocks, Dynamic Contracts and Income Uncertainty
   
September 15 Melissa Kearney
University of Maryland
Income Inequality, Social Mobility, and the Decision to Drop Out of High School
   
September 18 Seth Zimmerman
Princeton/University of Chicago Booth
Making Top Managers: The Role of Elite Universities and Elite Peers
   
September 29 Miikka Rokkanen
Columbia University
Exam Schools, Ability, and the Effects of Affirmative Action: Latent Factor Extrapolation in the Regression Discontinuity Design
   
Money and Payments Studies
September 30 Ana Fostel
George Washington University
Financial Innovation, Collateral and Investment
   
Spring 2014 Schedule
Capital Markets
March 21 Adrien Verdelhan
MIT
TBA
   
April 3 Rodney Ramcharan
Federal Reserve Board
TBA
   
April 9 Luis Viceira
Harvard Business School
TBA
   
April 17 Erik Stafford
Harvard Business School
TBA
   
April 24 Bruno Biais
Toulouse School of Economics
TBA
   
May 1 José-Luis Peydró
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
TBA
   
May 8 Jean-Paul Renne
Banque de France
TBA
   
May 15 Andrea Eisfeldt
UCLA Anderson School of Management
TBA
   
May 29 Jean-Sébastien Fontaine
Bank of Canada
TBA
   
June 27 Ralph Koijen
London School of Business
TBA
   
Financial Intermediation
March 19 Zhenyu Wang
Indiana University
TBA
   
March 26 Gregor Matvos
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
TBA
   
April 9 Thorsten Beck
Tilburg University
TBA
   
April 23 Efraim Benmelech
Northwestern University
TBA
   
May 7 Anne-Laure Delatte
Sciences Po
TBA
   
May 14 Daniel Wolfenzon
Columbia University
TBA
   
May 21 John Driscoll
Federal Reserve Board
TBA
   
May 28 Stijn van Niewurburgh
New York University
TBA
   
June 4 Heitor Almeida
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
TBA
   
June 11 Victoria Ivashina
Harvard University
TBA
   
International Research
March 21 Adrien Verdelhan
MIT
TBA
   
March 28 Beata Javorcik
University of Oxford
TBA
   
April 4 Martin Uribe
Columbia University
TBA
   
April 11 Katheryn Russ
University of California, Davis
TBA
   
April 25 Oleg Itshoki
Princeton University
TBA
   
May 2 Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan
University of Maryland
TBA
   
May 9 Michael Devereux
University of British Columbia
TBA
   
May 23 Fabio Ghironi
University of Washington
TBA
   
June 26 Gordon Hanson
University of California, San Diego
TBA
   
June 27 Ralph Koijen
London School of Business
TBA
     
Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies
March 5 Luminita Stevens
University of Maryland
TBA
   
March 19 Sergio Santoro
Bank of Italy
TBA
   
March 26 Vasco Carlvaho
CREI/UPF
TBA
   
April 2 Jeremy Lise
University College London
TBA
   
April 9 Luis Viceira
Harvard Business School
TBA
   
April 30 Robert Ulbricht
Toulouse School of Economics
TBA
   
May 7 Sanjay Chugh
Boston College
TBA
   
May 14 David Berger
Northwestern University
TBA
   
May 28 Todd Walker
Indiana University
TBA
   
June 4 Leena Rudanko
Boston University
TBA
   
June 18 Kenneth Kuttner
Williams College
TBA
     
Microeconomic Studies
March 3 Kyle Meng
Princeton University
TBA
   
March 10 Kyle Herkenhoff
University of California, Los Angeles
TBA
   
March 17 Lisa Kahn
Yale University
TBA
   
March 24 Douglas Almond
Columbia University
TBA
   
March 31 Sarena Goodman
Federal Reserve Board
TBA
   
April 7 Kevin Lang
Boston University
TBA
   
April 14 Jialan Wang
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
TBA
   
April 21 Andy Glover
University of Texas at Austin
TBA
   
April 28 Esteban Aucejo
London School of Economics
TBA
   
May 5 Jan Brueckner
University of California at Irvine
TBA
   
May 12 Marianna Kudlyak
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
TBA
   
May 19 Judith Scott-Clayton
Columbia University
TBA
   
June 2 Matthew Notowidigdo
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
TBA
   
June 9 Ilyana Kuziemko
Columbia Business School
TBA
   
June 16 Patricia Anderson
Dartmouth College
TBA
     
Money and Payments Studies
March 4 Bige Kahraman
Stockholm School of Economics
TBA
   
April 22 Morten Bech
BIS
TBA
   
May 20 Charlie Kahn
Bank of Canada
TBA
   
Fall 2013 Schedule
 
Capital Markets
 
September 19 Krista Schwarz
University of Pennsylvania
Notes on Bonds: Liquidity at all Costs in the Great Recession
     
September 26 S. P. Kothari
MIT School of Management

The Behavior of Aggregate Corporate Investment
   
October 3 Stefano Giglio
University of Chicago
Asset pricing in the frequency domain
   
October 10 Annette Vissing-Jorgensen
Kellogg School of Management
Short-Term Debt and Financial Crises: What we can learn from U.S. Treasury Supply
   
October 17 Stavros Panageas
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Financial Entanglement: A Theory of Incomplete Integration, Leverage, Crashes and Contagion
   
October 31 Hui Chen
MIT Sloan School of Management
Demand for Crash Insurance, Intermediary Constraints
   
November 7 Anna Obizhaeva
University of Maryland
Large Bets and Stock Market Crashes
   
November 21 Francois Gourio
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Financial Distress and Time-Varying Uncertainty
   
December 5 Yuliy Sannikov
Princeton University
TBA
   
December 12 Alberto Rossi
University of Maryland Smith School of Business
TBA
 
Financial Intermediation
 
September 11 Viral Acharya
New York University, Stern School of Business
Testing Macroprudential Stress Tests: The Risk of Regulatory Risk Weights.
     
September 18 William Wilhelm
University of Virginia, McIntire
Investment-Banking Relationships: 1933-2007
     
September 26 S. P. Kothari
MIT, Sloan School of Business
The Behavior of Aggregate Corporate Investment
   
October 9 Luc Laeven
International Monetary Fund
TBA
   
October 30 Rajkamal Iyer
MIT, Sloan School of Management
Understanding Bank Runs: Do Depositors Monitor Banks?
   
November 15 Hyun Shin
Princeton University
TBA
   
December 4 Stefania Garetto
Boston University
Multinational Banks
     
International Research
 
September 20 Caroline Freund
Peterson Institute for International Economics
Export Superstars
   
September 27 Peter Schott
Yale University
The Surprisingly Swift Decline of U.S. Manufacturing Employment
   
October 11 Gianluca Benigno
London School of Economics
Reserve Accumulation, Growth and Financial Crises
   
November 8 Andrew Bernard
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Two-sided Heterogeneity and Trade
   
November 15 Hyun Song Shin
Princeton University
Capital flows, cross-border banking and global liquidity?
   
Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies
 
September 18 Loukas Karabarbounis
University of Chicago Booth School of Business
The Opportunity Cost of Employment: Cycles and Levels
   
October 9 Mirko Wiederholt
University of Frankfurt
Inattention to Rare Events
   
October 11 Gianluca Benigno
London School of Economics
TBA
   
October 16 Kevin Sheedy
London School of Economics
Lessons from Historical Reserve Requirements in the United States to Promote Bank Liquidity
   
October 30

Stephanie Schmitt–Grohe
Columbia University

TBA
   
November 13 Benjamin Johannsen
Northwestern University
When are the Effects of Fiscal Policy Uncertainty Large?
     
November 20 Vaidyanathan Venkateswaran
New York University, Stern School of Business
Information, misallocation and aggregate productivity.
   
December 4 Leena Rudanko
Boston University
TBA
 
Microeconomic Studies
 
September 16 William Hawkins
Yeshiva University
The Joint Dynamics of Capital and Employment at the Plant Level
   
October 7 Kartik Athreya
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
The College Premium, Risk, and Human Capital Investment
   
October 21 Claudia Sahm
Federal Reserve Board
Do Household alance Sheets Affect Stimulus Spending? Lessons from Changes in Payroll Taxes
   
October 28 Hunt Allcott
New York University
The Lightbulb Paradox: Evidence from Two Randomized Control Trails
   
November 4

Kevin Lang
Boston University

TBA
   
November 18 Victoria Prowse
Cornell University
The Design of Unemployment Transfers: Evidence from a Dynamic Structural Life-cycle Model
   
November 25 Brigitte Madrian
Harvard University
Active Choice and Health Care Costs: Evidence from Prescription Drug Home Delivery
   
December 2 Joseph Gyourko
University of Pennsylvania
TBA
   
December 9 Amanda Pallais
Harvard University
Why the Referential Treatment? Evidence from Field Experiments on Referrals
   
December 16 Sergio Urzua
University of Maryland
TBA
 
Money and Payments Studies
 
October 1 Mark Carlson
Federal Reserve Board
Lessons from Historical Reserve Requirements in the United States to Promote Bank Liquidity
   
October 15 Lucy White
Harvard Law School
Reputational Contagion and Optimal Regulatory
     
October 22 Yaron Leitner
FRB of Philadelphia
Stress Tests and Information Disclosure
   
November 5 Jan Wrampelmeyer
St. Gallen University
The Euro Interbank Repo Market
   
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