Padova Macro Talks | 16-17 May 2024

The 2024 edition of the Padova Macro Talks will take place on 16-17 May 2024 in the Seminar Room of the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Padua (via del Santo 33, Padua).


Organizers
Giovanni Caggiano (University of Padua)
Efrem Castelnuovo (University of Padua)
Aristotelis Margaris (University of Padua)
Lorenzo Mori (University of Padua)
Giovanni Pellegrino (University of Padua)         

Attendance: People willing to attend are kindly requested to contact Efrem Castelnuovo via email efrem.castelnuovo@unipd.it by May 6 (hard deadline).


Full Programme: 16-17 May 2024

Day 1, May 16

9:15-9:30: Opening remarks
Paola Valbonesi, Head of Department, Dept. of Economics and Management, University of Padua

9:30-11:30: Session 1 - Morning
Chair: Efrem Castelnuovo (University of Padua)

9:30-10:10: Maria Emilia Garcia Appendini (Norges Bank), Monetary Policy Bottlenecks (with Frederic Boissay and Steven Ongena)
10:10-10:50: Cristiano Cantore (Sapienza University of Rome), Labor earnings heterogeneity and the slope of the New Keynesian Phillips Curve (with Federico Pilla)
10:50-11:30: Ivan Petrella (University of Warwick), Unveiling the Dance of Commodity Prices and the Global Financial Cycle (with L. Juvenal)

11:30-12:00: Coffee break

12:00-13:00: Session 2 - Morning
Chair: Giovanni Caggiano (University of Padua)

Keynote: Christian Bayer (University of Bonn), Das Sein bestimmt das Bewußtsein: Attitudes towards fiscal policy according to HANK (with Alexander Kriwoluzky, Gernot J. Müller, and Fabian Seyrich)

13:00-14:30: Lunch break

14:30-15:50: Session 3 - Afternoon
Chair: Alessia Russo (University of Padua)

14:30-15:10: Joonseok Oh (University of Southampton), Optimal Monetary Policy and Rawls' Difference Principle (with Dario Bonciani and Karl Seeger)
15:10-15:50: Gene Ambrocio (Bank of Finland), Demographic Aging and the New Keynesian Phillips Curve

15:50-16:20: Coffee break

16:20-17:40: Session 4 - Afternoon
Chair: Aristotelis Margaris (University of Padua)

16:20-17:00: Luca Gambetti (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, BSE, Università di Torino and Collegio Carlo Alberto), Asymmetric Monetary Policy Tradeoffs (with Davide Debortoli, Mario Forni, and Luca Sala)
17:00-17:40: Lorenzo Mori (University of Padua), US Inflation: Demand Matters!

Adjourn

Dinner 7:30pm

Day 2, May 17

9:30-11:30: Session 5 - Morning
Chair: Giovanni Pellegrino (University of Padua)

9:30-10:10: Francesca Monti (KU Leuven), The Inflation Expectations of Savers and Borrowers (with Riccardo Masolo)
10:10-10:50: Claudia Foroni (European Central Bank), Labour at risk (with Vasco Botelho e Andrea Renzetti)
10:50-11:30: Josefina Cenzon (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Credit Market Experiences and Macroeconomics Expectations: Evidence and Theory

11:30-12:00: Coffee break

12:00-13:00: Session 6 - Morning
Chair: Giovanni Pellegrino (University of Padua)

Keynote: Antonella Trigari (Bocconi University), Temporary Layoffs, Loss-of-Recall, and Cyclical Unemployment Dynamics (with Mark Gertler and Christopher Huckfeld)

13:00-14:30: Lunch break

14:30-15:50: Session 7 - Afternoon
Chair: Lorenzo Mori (University of Padua)

14:30-15:10: Paola Di Casola (European Central Bank), House prices, Consumption and Monetary Policy: Cross-country Heterogeneity (with Magdalena Grothe)
15:10-15:50: Peter Tillmann (ETH Zurich, KOF Swiss Economic Institute), The inflationary effects of global supply chain shocks: evidence from Swedish microdata (with Mathias Klein and David Finck)

15:50-16:20: Coffee break

16:20-17:20: Session 8 - Afternoon
Chair: Efrem Castelnuovo (University of Padua)

Keynote: Guido Ascari (De Nederlandsche Bank and University of Pavia), The Macroeconomic Effects of Inflation Expectations: The Distribution Matters (with Paolo Bonomolo and Alessandro Celani)

End of the workshop

 


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