Welcome to CopenhagenMacro Days Online Conference
14-16 September 2020
Danmarks Nationalbank, the University of Copenhagen and VMACS-Virtual Macro Seminars will host on 14th, 15th and 16th of September the CopenhagenMacro Days, a series of events bringing together leading researchers, junior scholars and experts from the policy community in the field of macroeconomics, macro-labor, macro-finance and international economics.
New challenges have taken center stage over the last decade, from climate and demographic changes, to the impact of new technologies on labor markets and household behavior, to long-term modifications in the way monetary policy is conducted. The aim of CopenhagenMacro Days is to bring together established researchers and promising young stars to discuss the most interesting research in macroeconomics that has followed from rethinking many economic paradigms.
14 September 2020
The University of Copenhagen, with joint sponsorship from the UniCredit Foundation, organise a conference inviting the leading young PhD economists in macroeconomics graduating in 2020 to present and discuss their work. A prize of 1000 EUR will be awarded during the conference to the most promising junior macroeconomist.
Elisa Rubbo, Princeton University
Karin Kinnerud, Norwegian Business School
Christian Wolf, University of Chicago
Maarten de Ridder, London School of Economics
15-16 September 2020
Danmarks Nationalbank and the University of Copenhagen organise a conference inviting submissions in all fields of macroeconomics.
Caterina Mendicino, European Central Bank
Cristina Arellano, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Gauti Eggertsson, Brown University
Michael Bauer, University of Hamburg
Per Krusell, Stockholm University
Morten Spange, Danmarks Nationalbank
James Stock, Harvard University
Kurt Mitman, Stockholm University
Program committee: Kurt Mitman (IIES, University of Stockholm, Scientific Committee),Morten O. Ravn (University College London, Scientific Committee), Helene Rey (LondonBusiness School, Scientific Committee), Federico Ravenna (Danmarks Nationalbank, Organizer), Emiliano Santoro (University of Copenhagen, Organizer)