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SED 2015 SCHEDULE

Day

25th June

26th June

27th June

08:30 - 09:30

Registration
Welcome coffee

Registration
Welcome coffee

Registration
Welcome coffee

09:30 - 11:00

Morning Session I

Morning Session I

Morning Session I

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

11:30 - 13:00

Morning Session II

Morning Session II

Morning Session II

13:00 - 14:30

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

14:30 - 16:00

Afternoon Session I

Afternoon Session I

Afternoon Session I

16:00 - 16:30

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

16:30 - 18:00

Afternoon Session II

Afternoon Session II

Afternoon Session II

18:00 - 18:15

Coffee break

Coffee break

Coffee break

18:15 - 19:15

Plenary Talk:
Charles Jones

Inaugural Dale
Mortensen Lecture:
Richard Blundell

Plenary Talk:
Samuel Kortum

19:45 - 21:45

Cocktail
Copernicus Science
Centre

Dinner
Kubicki Arcades

Barbecue
Endorfina Foksal

Time

PARALLEL SESSIONS Thursday, 25th June

Time

09:30 11:00

11:30 13:00

14:30 16:00

16:30 18:00

111

Exporter and
Importer Matches
in International
Trade

International Trade
and Banking

Innovation in the
Global Economy

Pass-Through:
Theory and
Evidence

112

Multiple Equilibria
and Financial
Crises

International
Capital Flows

Sovereign Debt
and Default:
Theory and
Evidence

Innovation and
Industry Dynamics

113

Search theory and


applications

Unconventional
Monetary Policy

Time series
econometrics in
Macroeconomics

Macroeconomic
Fluctuations

114

Understanding
Aggregate
Demand
Shortages

Household
Finance:
Consumer
Bankruptcy

Heterogeneity and
Business Cycles

Wealth and
Income Inequality

115

Taxation and
Social Insurance

Labor markets and


asset markets

Mortgages

Labor Supply

116

Unemployment
and Fluctuations

Uncertainty in
Macroeconomics

Information,
Disagreement and
Coordination

Financial Frictions
and Business
Cycle Fluctuations

211

Development
economics

Inequality and
Optimal Policy

Advances in
Macro-Finance

Advances in
Dynamic Optimal
Taxation

212

Enforcement of
Debt Contracts

Asset returns and


the real economy

Issues in Taxation

Search and
Endogenous
Liquidity

213

Education
Policy and
Human Capital
Accumulation

Search in Labor
Markets

Search and
Matching in OTC
markets

Rational
Inattention with
Macro Applications

214

Future of
Monetary Unions
presented by
Narodowy Bank
Polski

Parental
Investment

Geographic
Distribution
of Economic
Activity and the
Macroeconomy

Firms:
Partnerships &
Reputation

Room

215

Housing

216

Dispersed
Information

Firms: Trends and


Industry Dynamics
Frictions
Consumer Credit
and Portfolio
Choices

Human Capital

Long-Run
Development and
Economic Mobility
Macro Effects of
Household Debt

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Time

Friday, 26th June

09:30 11:00

11:30 13:00

14:30 16:00

16:30 18:00

111

International Trade

International Trade
and Growth

International
Macro: Liquidity

International
Trade, Growth and
Development

112

Policy in Debt
Crises

Firms in
Developing
Countries

Macroeconomic
Fluctuations and
Policies

Empirical
International
Finance

113

Economics of
Innovation and
Growth

Estimating
Earnings Risk over
the Life Cycle

Uncertainty and
Heterogeneous
Beliefs

Technology and
Productivity

114

Pricing Models:
Micro Evidence

Household
Finance and
Banking

Employment and
Wages

Asymmetric
information

Room

115

Information in
Financial Markets

Advances in
Computation in
Macro

Migration and the


Macroeconomy

Financial
Markets and the
Macroeconomy
presented by
Narodowy Bank
Polski

116

Occupational
Choice and Wages

Retail pricing in
frictional markets

Firm Dynamics
and Financial
Frictions

Understanding
Wealth Inequality

211

Fiscal Policy with


Heterogeneous
Agents

Financial Frictions
and Asset Prices

Search in Product
Markets

Labor Markets and


Employment

212

Optimal
Contracting,
Taxation and
Human Capital

Optimal Tax Policy

Fiscal Policy

Prices: Theories
and Evidence

213

Asset Pricing

Leo Hurwicz
Special Session
(1)

Networks and
Counterparty
Risk: Theory and
Empirics

Firm Dynamics
and the Business
Cycle 2

214

Frictions and
Pricing

Monetary Policy

Household Credit

Trade, Skill
Demand, and
Income Inequality

215

Information and
Enforcement in
Credit Markets

Monetary
Economics

Advances in
Political Economy

Political Economy

216

Macro Models:
Asset Pricing and
Policy

Information,
Coordination and
Business Cycles

Advances in Open
Macroeconomics
and Finance

Macroeconomic
Effects of Illiquid
Housing

PARALLEL SESSIONS Saturday, 27th June

Time

09:30 11:00

11:30 13:00

14:30 16:00

16:30 18:00

111

Understanding
Exporters

International
Trade: Linkages

Innovation in the
Global Economy 2

Trade,
Infrastructure
and Economic
Development

112

Exchange
Rates and the
Macroeconomy

Economics of
Public and Private
Debt

Leveraging and
Deleveraging

Collateral and
Safety

113

Firm Dynamics
and Growth

Misallocation

Risk Sharing
in Developing
Countries

Productivity,
Innovation and
Growth

114

Costly Price
Adjustment: New
Data and New
Approaches

Macroeconomics
at the Zero Lower
Bound

Wages and
Employment

Monetary Policy:
Theory and
Evidence

115

Stimulus and the


Macroeconomy

Models of Beliefs

Distributional
Implications of
Policy

Expectations in
Macroeconomics

Room

116

New Approaches
Macro Dynamics Empirical Analyses
to the Analysis of
and Intermediation
of Fiscal Policy
Labor Market Data

New Theories of
Inequality

211

Micro Shocks
and Macro
Fluctuations

Family Micro and


Macro

Long-Run
Economic Growth
and Development

Macroeconomics
across Time and
Space

212

Recent Advances
on Factor Shares
and Inequality

Empirics of Labor
Markets

Financial
Intermediation

Regulatory
Constraints
on Financial
Intermediation

213

Cycles and
Multiplicity

New Theories of
Business Cycles

Housing
Perspectives

Labor flows and


wage dynamics

214

Inattention and
Heterogeneous
Beliefs

Structural Change

Endogenous
uncertainty

Methodological
Advances

215

Bank Runs

Leo Hurwicz
Special Session
(2)

Heterogeneity and
Monetary Policy

Management
Matters

216

Production
Networks

Intermediation

Monetary
Economics

Consumption and
Income Risk