In this workshop we will first focus on how labor market frictions and institutions affect fluctuations of major macroeconomics aggregates such as consumption, wages and GDP growth.
Secondly, we will explore how new developments in central banking practises and financial markets affect the stability and efficiency of the economic system overall.
|10.30am||Coffee and Registration|
|11.10am||Contributed Session #1|
|Central Bank Account for All: Stability and Efficiency||Asgerdur Petursdottir, University of Bath|
|Imperfect Financial Markets and the Cyclicality of Social Spending||Wojtek Paczos, University of Cardiff|
|2.00pm||Contributed Session #2|
|Optimal Income Taxation and Commitment on the Labor Market||Pawel Doligalski, University of Bristol|
|Immigration with Labor Mobility Frictions||Rish Singhania, University of Exeter|
|4.00pm||Contributed Session #3|
|The Dynamic Armington Elastiscity||Dudley Cooke, University of Exeter|
|Wage Cyclicality Revisted: The Role of Hiring Standards||Se Kyu Choi, University of Bristol|