Training Schools

16th Training school: 'Forecasting Inflation'

15/05/2012 to 17/05/2012
Florence
The 16th EABCN Traning School will be a three day course on 'Forecasting Inflation' taught by Professor Jonathan Wright. The training school will take place in Florence from the 16th to the 18th of May 2012.
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15th EABCN Training School: 'The Econometric Analysis of Mixed Frequency Data with Macro/Finance Applications'

25/10/2011 to 27/10/2011
Florence

The 15th EABCN Training School will be a three-day course on "The Econometric Analysis of Mixed Frequency Data with Macro/Finance Applications'” taught by Professor Eric Ghysels. This training school will take place in Florence from 26 to 28 October 2011.

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13th Training School: Bayesian Inference in Macroeconomic Models

15/12/2010 to 17/12/2010
Banque National de Belgique, Brussels

The 13th EABCN Training School was a three-day course on "Baysian Inferece in Macroecomic Models” taught by Professor Giorgio Primiceri. This training school took place in Brussels from 15 to 17 December 2010.

 

12th Training School on Monetary-Fiscal Policy Interactions

13/09/2010 to 15/09/2010
Amsterdam

The 12th EABCN Training School was a three-day course on "Monetary-Fiscal Policy Interactions” taught by Professor Eric M. Leeper. lt took place in Amsterdam from 14 to 16 September 2010.

11th Training School on Tools for Nonlinear DSGE Models

22/06/2010 to 24/06/2010
Banca D'Italia, Rome

The 11th EABCN Training School was a three-day course on "Tools for Nonlinear DSGE Models” taught by Professor Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde.

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10th EABCN Training School: Learning and Expectations Formation

18/10/2009 to 22/10/2009
Deutsche Bundesbank, Hachenburg

The tenth EABCN Training School was a five-day course entitled “Learning and Expectations Formation”, taught by Professor Klaus Adam and Professor Albert Marcet. The course reviewed the implications of relaxing the rational expectations assumption in dynamic models, focussing on applications to macroeconomics and asset pricing. It was held at the Deutsche Bundesbank, Hachenburg on 19 - 23 October 2009.

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Incorporating Financial Factors within Microeconomic Modelling and Policy Analysis

30/06/2009 to 02/07/2009
London

The ninth EABCN Training School was a three-day course on “Incorporating Financial Factors within Microeconomic Modelling and Policy Analysis” taught by Professor Mark Gertler. This training school, hosted by Bank of England, took place in London from 1- 3 July 2009.

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8th EABCN Training Course on "Monetary Policy Design in the New Keynesian Model"

09/12/2008 to 12/12/2008
Barcelona

The eighth EABCN Training School was on Monetary Policy Design in the New Keynesian Model taught by Professors Jordi Galí and Tommaso Monacelli. The course discussed the construction and use of New Keynesian Models in the analysis and design of monetary policy. The lectures provided an overview of the recent literature on monetary policy design in the context of the New Keynesian framework. This training school, hosted by CREI and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, took place in Barcelona from 9- 12 December 2008. Click here for more details

7th EABCN Training Course on "Quantitative Business Cycle Analysis"

03/03/2008 to 07/03/2008
Madrid

The seventh training course took place in Madrid from 3-7 March 2008. Hosted by the Banco de España, it focussed on Using DSGE models for Quantitative Business Cycle Analysis. The instructor was Professor Lawrence Christiano, who is a Professor of Economics at Northwestern University, where he holds the Alfred W. Chase Chair in Business Institutions.

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6th EABCN Training Course on "Forecast Evaluation and Related Topics in Applied Time Series"

09/09/2007 to 13/09/2007
Banco de Portugal

The sixth training course took place from 10-14 September 2007, hosted by Banco de Portugal. It focused on Forecast Evaluation and Related Topics in Applied Time Series. The instructor was Professor Kenneth West, Ragnar Frisch Professor of Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. 

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