Paul M. Mazur Macro Seminars

Coordinators: Gideon Bornstein, Urban Jermann and Tim Landvoigt
Spring 2021

Tuesdays 3:00 to 4:00PM

Please Note – Spring Macro Seminars will be held via Zoom

26-JanEmilien Gouin-Bonefant - Columbia“A Q-Theory of Inequality”
02-FebMaarten De Ridder - London School of Economics“Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy"
09-FebEmi Nakamura - Berkeley“Learning about the Long Run”
16-FebChad Jones - Stanford“Recipes and Economic Growth: A Combinatorial March Down an Exponential Tail”
23-FebFahad Saleh - Wake Forest University“Economic Implications of Scaling Blockchains: Why the Consensus Protocol Matters”
02-MarDavid Argente - Penn State University“Scalable Expertise”
09-MarRishabh Kirpalani - University of Wisconsin“On the Efficiency of Competitive Equilibria with Pandemics”
16-MarArlene Wong - Princeton“Debt, Human Capital Accumulation, and the Allocation of Talent”
23-MarIan Dew Becker - Northwestern University“Skewness and time-varying second moments in a nonlinear production network: theory and evidence”
30-MarLukasz Rachel - London School of Economics“Leisure-Enhancing Technological Change”
6-AprMasao Fukui - MIT“A Theory of Wage Rigidity and Unemployment Fluctuations with On-the-Job Search”
13-AprAndreas Schaab - Harvard“Micro and Macro Uncertainty”
20-AprJane Olmstead-Rumsey - Northwestern“Market Concentration and the Productivity Slowdown”
27-AprMatias Moretti - NYU“The Asymmetric Pass-Through of Sovereign Risk”
4-MayChuck Fang - PhD Talk
11-MayMaria Gelrud - PhD Talk