Program 2023

Monday, December 18th, 2023 | Aula SV203, UTDT

10.00-11.00     Monetary Policy Operations: Theory, Evidence, and Tools for Quantitative Analysis" | Ricardo Lagos (New York University) and Gastón Navarro

11.00-12.00    "International Trade, Volatility, and Income Differences" | Roman Merga (International Monetary Fund)      


13.30-14.30     Central Bank Swap Lines as Bilateral Sovereign Debt | Francisco Roldán (International Monetary Fund) and César Sosa Padilla

14.30-15.30     "On the Size of Stimulus Checks: How Much is Too Much?" | Martin Beraja (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Nathan Zorzi  

Coffee Break

16.00-17.00     Exit Strategies from Quantitative Easing: The Role of the Fiscal-monetary Policy Mix Florencia S. Airaudo (Federal Reseve Board)

Tuesday, December 20th, 2022 | Aula SV203, UTDT

10.00-11.00     Parental Leave Policy and Cultural Change | Raquel Fernández (New York University), James Albrecht, Per-Anders Edin, Raquel Fernández, Peter Thoursie, & Susan Vroman

11.00-12.00     On the Design of Paid Sick Leave: A Structural Approach | Victoria Barone (University of Notre Dame)


13.30-14.30     The Core of Bayesian Persuasion” | Laura Doval (Columbia Business School) and Ran Eilat

14.30-15.30     Raise your Voice! Activism and Peer Effects in Online Social Networks” Alejandra Agustina Martínez (University of Leicester)

Coffee Break

16.00-17.00     Dynamic Moral Hazard in Nonlinear Health Insurance Contracts | Cecilia Silvina Diaz Campo (Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis)