NBER Annual Conference on Macroeconomics
The NBER Macroeconomics Annual seeks to bring together the latest research on important and policy-relevant topics in macroeconomics. The span of research includes applied theory as well as empirical work, open-economy macroeconomics, and work on financial markets that bears on macroeconomics. The inaugural Macroeconomics Annual meeting was held in 1986, with Stanley Fischer as the organizer. Over the past 30 years, the organizers have included Olivier Blanchard, Julio Rotemberg, Ken Rogoff, Mark Gertler and Ben Bernanke, as well as the current organizers Martin Eichenbaum and Jonathan Parker.
Call for Proposals: 34th NBER Macro Annual Conference
32nd Annual Conference on Macroeconomics
Olivier Blanchard (left), Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics and former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund, with Conference on Macroeconomics co-organizer Jonathan Parker. Blanchard was the conference dinner speaker.
2015 Macroeconomics Conference: Videos of the presentations, text of
conference papers and interviews with researchers
NBER Macroeconomics Annual Advisory Board
Historical Archive, 1986-2016
NBER Macro Annual Volumes @ University of Chicago Press -- JSTOR -- University of Chicago Press Journals