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Workshop

Thu., Nov. 18, 2021 - Fri., Nov. 19, 2021

Richmond Fed-UVA-Duke Research Workshop

Richmond Office
Richmond, VA

A joint workshop between the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, the University of Virginia, and Duke University that brings together researchers, faculty and students to share on-going research work at various stages.

This workshop takes place twice per year on a rotating basis across the three institutions. It began in 2014 as a collaboration between the Richmond Fed and UVA. The workshop brings together researchers, faculty and students to share on-going work in a relaxed setting that facilitates informal discussions and feedback. We encourage presentations of research at various stages of progress, from preliminary work to completed working papers.  The 2021 Fall Workshop is part of the Richmond Fed’s inaugural CORE Week.

Speakers


headshot of Nicholas Trachter

Nicholas Trachter

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Joaquin Saldain

Joaquin Saldain

University of Virginia
Laura Castillo-Martinez

Laura Castillo-Martinez

Duke University
headshot of Elisa Giannone

Elisa Giannone

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Peter Troyan

Peter Troyan

University of Virginia
Pengpeng Xiao

Pengpeng Xiao

Duke University
headshot of Felipe Schwartzman

Felipe Schwartzman

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Agenda


  • Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021
    01:00 pm

    Registration

    02:00 pm

    Welcome from Huberto Ennis

    02:30 pm

    Nico Trachter (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) presents the paper “Plants in Space,” joint with Ezra Oberfield, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, and Pierre-Daniel G. Sarte.

    03:30 pm

    Break

    03:45 pm

    Joaquin Saldain (University of Virginia) presents the paper “A Quantitative Model of High-Cost Consumer Credit.

    04:45 pm

    Adjourn

  • Friday, Nov. 19, 2021
    07:45 am

    Registration

    08:30 am

    Welcome from Huberto Ennis

    08:45 am

    Laura Castillo-Martinez (Duke University) presents the paper “Firm Exit and Financial Friction,” joint with Gideon Bornstein.

    09:45 am

    Break

    10:00 am

    Elisa Gianonne (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) presents the paper “Consumption Segregation.”

    11:00 am

    Break

    11:15 am

    Peter Troyan (University of Virginia) presents the paper “A Theory of Simplicity in Games and Mechanism Design,” joint with Marek Pycia.

    12:15 pm

    Lunch

    01:00 pm

    Penpeng Xiao (Duke University) presents the paper “Education, Marriage and Child Development,” joint with Pierre-AndreĢ Chiappori, Monica Costa Dias, and Costas Meghir.

    02:00 pm

    Felipe Schwartzman (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) presents the paper “The Global Phillips Curve,” joint with Paul Ho and Pierre-Daniel G. Sarte.

    03:00 pm

    Adjourn

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