Finance Research Hub: Presentation of Proposals from Directed Research Call
Tuesday 30 April 2019, at the National Institute of Economic and Social Research
The Rebuilding Macroeconomics Network Finance Hub is hosting a workshop on 30 April 2019, to discuss some of the research proposals we received from our recent directed research call. Presentations will be given on some of these proposals to open up a general discussion and encourage a cross-fertilization of ideas from members of the Network. Each presentation will last for around 20 minutes, followed by a discussion. The workshop will last from 2.15 pm until 6.00 pm BST. The schedule for the presentations is given below.
|2.15 pm||Introduction: Ekaterina Svetlova, University of Leicester|
|2.20 pm||Presentation: Yuemei Ji, UCL
A Behavioural Macroeconomic Model with a Banking Sector
|3.00 pm||Presentation: Rosa Lastra, Queen Mary University of London
Legal and Economic Conceptions of Money
|4.00 pm||Presentation: Mingli Chen, University of Warwick
Deep Learning in a New Keynesian Model of Banking and Money Creation
|4.40 pm||Presentation: Simone Righi (TBC), UCL
Money creation and allocation, algorithmic bias and financial stability: a data-driven model of Peer-to-Peer lending
|5.20 pm||Presentation (via video link?): Carolyn Sissoko (independent)
Rediscovering early 20th century banking theory
If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
18 April 2019