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31st Annual Conference on Macroeconomics

Macro Annual

April 15 and 16, 2016
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Conference on Macroeconomics organizers Jonathan Parker (right) and Martin Eichenbaum (left) and Lawrence Summers (center), who spoke at the conference dinner.

Links to videos of conference presentations, research papers, and interviews with researchers are below.

The Conference Program

32nd Annual Conference on Macroeconomics
30th Annual Conference on Macroeconomics





Forward Guidance and Macroeconomic Outcomes

Since the Financial Crisis


A Brief Interview
with Jeffrey Campbell
Full Presentation

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Are State and Time Dependent Models Really Different?

A Brief Interview
with Francesco Lippi
Full Presentation

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Is the Macroeconomy Locally Unstable and Why Should We Care?

A Brief Interview
with Paul Beaudry
Full Presentation

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Macrofinancial History and the New Business Cycle Facts

A Brief Interview
with Moritz Schularick
Full Presentation

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The Analytics of the Greek Crisis

A Brief Interview
with Thomas Phillipon
Full Presentation

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Jump-Starting the Euro Area Recovery:

Would a Rise in Core Fiscal Spending Help the Periphery?


A Brief Interview
with Christopher Erceg
Full Presentation

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Commodity Prices and the Macroeconomy

Panel on Global Commodity Prices
Leading academic, government, and private sector experts participated in a panel on
the economics of global commodities prices. James D. Hamilton of the University of
California at San Diego, Steven B. Kamin of the Federal Reserve Board, and Steven
Strongin of Goldman Sachs focused on the effects of a cooling Chinese economy, and
on the future of oil prices in general and fracking in particular.

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