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The NBER Summer Institute is an annual three-week conference that is held in Cambridge, MA. It was held virtually in 2020 and 2021, but plans to use a hybrid format, in-person meetings with virtual components, in 2022.

45th Annual NBER Summer Institute 

The 45th annual NBER Summer Institute will be held from Monday, July 11 to Friday, July 29, 2022. It will consist of nearly 50 distinct meetings, each focusing on a topic or sub-field in economics. These meetings will be held in hybrid format, with in-person gatherings as well as on-line components. Schedule of meetings

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Gita Gopinath The 2022 Martin Feldstein Lecture: Managing a Turn in the Global Financial Cycle Primary tabs
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Gita Gopinath, the first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, delivered the 2022 Martin...
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The credible estimation of causal effects is a central task of applied econometrics. Two tools for this purpose that...
Social Security Panel Discussion: The Labor Market Effects of COVID-19: Implications for Social Security in the US Primary tabs
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had profound effects on the US labor market. Some of these — most notably the drop in...

Summer Institute Schedules

Feldstein Lectures

Gita Gopinath The 2022 Martin Feldstein Lecture: Managing a Turn in the Global Financial Cycle Primary tabs
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Gita Gopinath, the first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, delivered the 2022 Martin...
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Alan J. Auerbach, the Robert D. Birch Professor of Economics and Law at the University of California, Berkeley, and...
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Claudia Goldin, the Henry Lee Professor of Economics at Harvard University and a past president of the American...

Methods Lectures

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The credible estimation of causal effects is a central task of applied econometrics. Two tools for this purpose that...
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The extent to which individual responses to household surveys are protected from discovery by outside parties depends...
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