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Research Workshop – 2014

Quantitative Macroeconomics

16–17 December 2014

Call for Papers

The Reserve Bank of Australia is holding its annual Research Workshop on ‘Quantitative Macroeconomics’ in Sydney on 16–17 December 2014. The workshop is intended to bring together academics and practitioners to discuss recent developments in macroeconomics. We encourage contributions in all areas of macroeconomics, particularly those relevant to an open economy such as Australia.

Submissions to the workshop have now closed.

Accommodation will be provided at no cost to participants from overseas and interstate. Limited funds for travel expenses are available for academic participants. Attendance at the workshop is by invitation only.

Papers presented at the workshop will be posted on the Reserve Bank of Australia's website at the end of the workshop.

Keynote Presenters

Mark Aguiar (Princeton University)
Atif Mian (Princeton University)

Organising Committee

Chris Edmond (University of Melbourne)
Greg Kaplan (Princeton University)
Bruce Preston (Monash University)
John Simon (Reserve Bank of Australia)

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