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Visiting Scholars

The Foundation invites researchers for a stay of 1-3 weeks during which they interact with Banque de France research teams. The Foundation covers transport and accommodation costs. Visiting scholars are selected through calls for proposals.

11-19 October
Giovanni Caggiano (University of Padova)

28 August-8 September
Jean-Paul L’Huillier (EINAUDI)

10-13 July
William Mullins (University of Maryland)

26 June-7 July
Michael Bordo (Rutgers University)

5-7 June
Régis Barnichon (CREI)
Seminar 7 June on : « Assessing the long-run effects of financial crises »

22-26 May
Christian Eufinger (IESE)
Jean-Paul L’Huillier (EINAUDI)

15-19 May and 24-28 April
Fergal McCann (Central Bank of Ireland)

30 March-5 April
Yanos Zylberberg (University of Bristol)

28-31 March
Athanasios Orphanides (MIT)
Seminar 30 March on :”The fiscal policy mix in the euro area : challenges at the zero lower bound”

20-24 March
Sabien Dobbelaere (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

8-9 March
Jesper Lindé (Riksbank)

10-12 January
Francesco Zanetti (Oxford University)

7-12 Marc, 20-24 June and 21-25 November
Sophie Osotimehin (University of Virginia)

2-6 May and 23 May-3 June
Bruno Maria Parigi (University of Padova)
Seminar 24 May on « Non-Performing Loans, Underinvestmentand Bad Banks »

17-20 May
Hector Caldo Pardo (University of Southampton)
Seminar 18 May on “Financial Information Networks and the Stock Market : Empirical Survey Evidence”

18-26 May
Christophe Chamley (University of Boston)

20-22 June, 24-29 June and 4-5 July
Paul Beaudry (University of Bristish Columbia)

4-15 July
Fergal McCann (Banque Centrale d’Irelande)

5-22 July
Anna Simoni (CREST-Ensae)

10-28 October
Andrea Carriero (University of London)

15-16 December
Marco Bassetto (NBER)
Séminaire le 16 décembre intitulé « The Interplay between financial conditions and monetary policy shocks »

15-21 December
Pierre-Olivier Weill (UCLA)

27-30 April
Michael Bordo (Rutgers University)
Seminar 28 April on "Fiscal and Financial Crises"

31 May -5 June and 22 September
Kalina Manova (Stanford University)

8-12 June and 9-13 November
Luca Guerrieri (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System)
Seminar 11 June on "Collateral Constraints and Macroeconomic Asymmetries"
Seminar 12 November on "Interpreting Shocks to the Relative Price of Investment with a Multi-Sector Model"

15-25 June
Stefania Garetto (Boston University)
Seminar 19 June on « Multinational Banks »

29 June – 8 July
Guillermo Ordonez (University of Pensylvania)

20-31 July
Federico Ravenna (HEC Montreal)

27 July-7 August and 16, 19, 20 November
José Luis Peydro (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

26 October-6 November
Graciela Kaminsky (George Washington University)
Seminar 4 November on "Systemic and Idiosyncratic Sovereign Debt Crises"

2-6 November and 14-18 December
Francesco Lippi (Universita di Sassari)
Presentation on "Price plans and the real effects of monetary policy", 18 December at the Conference "Price setting and inflation"
 

13-24 January
Mark Harris (Curtin Business School)

28 January-7 February
John Thanassoulis (Warwick Business School)

17-21 March
Juan F. Rubio Ramirez (Duke University)

22 May-13 June
Fany Declerck (Toulouse School of Economics)

10-18 June et 23-25 June
Dalibor Stevanovic (University of Quebec, Montreal)

24 June - 7 July
Rudolfs Bems (IMF et Stockholm School of Economics)

21-25 July
Christiane Baumeister (Bank of Canada)

1-12 September
Alejandro Bernales (Universidad de Chile)

1-22 October
Eugene N. White (Rutgers University)

24 November - 4 December
 Luis Araujo (Sao Paulo School of Economics, Michigan State University)

8-12 December
Christiane Baumeister (Bank of Canada)

8-19 December
Olesya Grishchenko (Federal Reserve Board)

19-22 February
Stefan Straetmans (Maastricht University)

2-5 April
Christian Julliard (London School of Economics)

10-22 June
Nicolas Berman (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies)

7-12 July
Massimiliano Marcellino (EUI Florence)

22-30 July
Roberto Chang (Rutgers University and NBER)

31 July- 2 August
Fabio Canova (European University Institute)

26-29 August and 2- 6 December
Antoine Martin (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

28 August -3 September
Athanasios Orphanides (Massachussetts Institute of Technology)

23-27 September
John Fernald (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)

2-4 October and 9-11 October
Jesper Lindé (Federal Reserve Board)

14-18 october
Charles Engel (University of Wisconsin)

18-29 November
Jean-Sébastien Fontaine (Banque du Canada)

11-17 December
Jordi Gali (CREI)

8-23 March:
Dalibor Stevanovic, Université du Québec and EUI Florence
 

18 March-16 April; 18-22 June; December:
Stefan Hirth, Aarhus University
 

11-22 June:
Nobuhiro Kiyotaki, Princeton University
 

11 June-6 July:
Tao Wu, Illinois Institute of Technology
 

18-30 September:
Jean-Paul L’Huillier, EUI Florence
 

24-28 September:
Domenico Giannone, Université Libre de Bruxelles
 

1-5 October:
Andrew Siegel (University of Washington)
 

23-26 October:
Julio J. Rotemberg, Harvard University

8 April:
Craig Burnside, Duke University
 

2-27 May:
Glenn Rudebusch, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

12-25 May:
Simon Van Norden, HEC Montreal
 

6-10 June :
David Papell, University of Houston

22 June-1 July:
Michael Woodford, University of Columbia
 

26 June-5 July :
Cédric Tille, Graduate Institute Genève
 

22-26 August :
Francesco Lippi, University of Sassari
 

5-7 September:
Fabio Canova, University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelone)
 

5-9 September :
Enrique Mendoza, University of Maryland
 

24-27 October :
Ethan Cohen-Cole, University of Maryland, Yves Zenou, Stockholm University
 

30 November-9 December :
Barbara Rossi, Duke University

February :
Maria Laura Parisi (University of Brescia) et Francesco Daveri (University of Parma)
« Market reform, ICT investment and productivity in France and Italy. Comparative evidence from industry and micro data”
 

March :
Matteo Pignatti (New York University and Luiss Guido Carli)
“Determinants of household choices over the life-cycle in the presence of idiosyncratic earnings risk”
 

April :
Gianluca Benigno (London School of Economics)
“Optimal Policy with occasionally binding credit constraints”
 

June :
Costas Azariadis (University of Washington)
“Games in overlapping generations models of fiscal federations and monetary unions”

Michael Woodford (Columbia University)
« Extending New Keynesian DSGE models of the monetary transmission mechanism to incorporate credit market frictions and to take account of the role of the central banks' balance sheet in equilibrium determination”

Olivier Jeanne (Johns Hopkins University)
« 1) world-wide liquidity trap 2) optimal policy in response to booms and busts on credit and asset prices »

Michel Normandin (HEC Montréal)
« Monetary policy, financial instability and macroeconomic prospects »
 

August :
Fabio Canova (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
"Relationship between monetary policy and inflation dynamics in the US using a structural model"
 

October :
Timo Teräsvirta (University of Aarhus)
“Nonlinear forecasting of macroeconomic variables using automated model selection techniques”

January:
Monica Billio (University of Venise)

"Simulation-based Econometric Methods for discrete Time Option Pricing Model"

 

March:
Espen Henriksen (University of Oslo)

"Sovereign Wealth Funds. Do they matter?"

 

June:
Huw Dixon (University of Cardiff)

"National rigidities in France. Testing different pricing behaviour"


April-June:
Siem Jan Koopmam (University of Amsterdam)

"Housing market cycles in the Euro area: An approach with multivariate unobserved component models"


June-July:
Antoine Martin (Federal Reserve Board, New York)

July:
Sylvain Champonnois (University of San Diego Californie)

"Policy, Financial Integration and Aggregate Risk"


July and December:
Russell Cooper (University of Austin, Texas)

"Deposit insurance without commitment : is there any insurance "

 

September:
Francesco Daveri (University of Parma) et Maria-Laura Parisi (University of Brescia)

"Market reform, ICT investment and productivity in France and Italy. Comparative evidence from industry and micro data"

 

October:
Mark Harris (University of Monash, Australia)

"Understanding consumer's inflationary expectations "

 

December:
Alessandro Riboni (University of Montréal)

"A theory of dissenting monetary policy in Monetary Policy committees"

April :
Harris Dellas (University of Bern), April

May :
Louis Christofides (University of Cyprus)

June and October :
Mark Harris (University of Melbourne)
"Producer price limpiness and rational inattention. An inflated probit analysis"

 

July and november:
Monica Billio (University of Venise), July
"Simulation-based Econometric Methods for Discrete Time-Option Pricing Models"
 

September :
Guido Ascari (University of Pavie)

November :
Huw Dixon (Cardiff Business School)

September :
Philippe Aghion (University of Harvard)
"Croissance, stabilisation et cyclicalité des politiques économiques"

March :
Edward Nelson (Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis)
"The Great Inflation of the 1970s in France"

February-May :
Robert E. Krainer (University of Wisconsin)

October and December :
N. Oulton (LSE)

Thierry Verdier (DELTA, ENS, CEPR)
"Comparative advantage and access to finance complementarities"

December :
Fabrice Collard (University of Toulouse I) « Short-run restrictions and the Identification of DSGE Models »

December :
Lawrence J. Christiano (Northwestern University)

October :
Volker Wieland (J.W. Goethe University of Frankfurt & CEPR)

September :
Nicholas Oulton (Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics) « Competition and Economic Performance: Some Areas for Research on France using company level data »

July :
Philippe Aghion (Harvard University)
Display of diverse works on « Productivité et croissance »

June :
Giorgio di Giorgio (Università Luiss "Guido Carli")

May :
Antoine Martin (FED New York) will present his works

Harris Dellas (University of Bern)
« Imperfect information and Inflation Dynamics »

Anindya Banerjee (European University Institute)
"The Exchange rate pass-through in the Euro Area"

 

Hashem Pesaran (Cambridge University)
"Synchronisation and cross-dependance of price-setting behaviour"

 

Monica Billio (University of Venezia)
"Simulation-based Econometric Methods for discrete Time Option Pricing Models"


Marc Giannoni (Columbia University)
"Optimal Monetary Policy in a Data-Rich Environment"

 

Franck Portier (University of Toulouse I)
"Information, prix d'actifs et politique monétaire"

David Parsley (Vanderbilt University)
"Sovereign credit rating and portfolio flows"

Updated on: 09/11/2017 16:46