Macroeconomics: Macro, Labor/Search, International, Finance

Presentations by young economists

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Macroeconomics: Macro, Labor/Search, International, Finance (2022) - Presentations by young economists

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Macroeconomics: Macro, Labor/Search, International, Finance
Inselhalle with Laureates, Finn E. Kydland, Sir Christopher A. Pissarides, Christopher A. Sims

The follwing speakers present their work during the Next Gen Economics:

Robots and Wage Polarization: The Effects of Robot Capital Across Occupations
Daisuke Adachi
Aarhus University, Denmark

Monetary Policy and the Maturity Structure of Public Debt
Michele Andreolli
London Business School, United Kingdom

A Welfare Analysis of Occupational Licensing in U.S. States
Evan Soltas
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America

Private Activity Bonds as Investment Subsidy: Evidence From the 1986 Bond Volume Cap Reduction
Lisa Knauer
Technical University Munich, Germany

Immigrant Networks: Implications for Wages and Employment Outcomes in a General Equilibrium Search Model
Luke Rawling
Queen‘s University, Canada

Moving Opportunity. Road Building and Education in Benin, Cameroon, and Mali
Luke Milsom
University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Quantifying the Extensive Margins of Trade and Production
David Torun
University of St.Gallen, Switzerland

The Natural Resource Boom and The Uneven Fall of The Labor Share
Andrés Davila Ospina
Univesidad de los Andes, Colombia

What is the Source of the Health Gradient? The Case of Obesity
Uta Bolt
UCL & IFS, United Kingdom

Bank Debt Versus Mutual Fund Equity in Liquidity Provision (online)
Yiming Ma
Columbia University, United States of America

Moderator: Torsten Persson
Stockholm University, Sweden