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Mon., Dec. 12, 2022 - Fri., Dec. 16, 2022

CORE Week, featuring the Secular Trends in Macroeconomics and Firm Dynamics Conference

Richmond Office
Richmond, VA

The Collaboration of Research Economists (CORE) model combines frontier research and an innovative delivery method to advance collaboration within the economics profession.

The CORE model consists of eight CORE Weeks per year. During each week, visiting economists from a range of disciplines will join with Richmond Fed economists for seminars, conferences, and formal and informal networking and collaboration — all with an eye toward advancing economic research.

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Presenters and Visiting Economists


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Tania Babina

Columbia Business School
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Andres Blanco

University of Michigan
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John Haltiwanger

University of Maryland
Cosmin Ilut

Cosmin Ilut

Duke University
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Boyan Jovanovic

New York University
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Nobuhiro Kiyotaki

Princeton University
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Danial Lashkari

Boston College
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Pablo Ottonello

University of Michigan
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Michael Peters

Yale University
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Sergio Salgado

Wharton School
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Ludwig Straub

Harvard University
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Mark W. Watson

Princeton University
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Chen Yeh

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Agenda


  • Monday, Dec. 12, 2022
    03:30 pm

    Visitor Seminar: Boyan Jovanovic (NYU) presenting the paper “A Model of Polarization

    05:30 pm

    Collaboration Hour

  • Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022
    11:00 am

    Visitor Seminar: Pablo Ottonello (University of Michigan) presenting the paper "The Micro Anatomy of Macro Consumption Adjustments", joint with Rafael Guntin and Diego Perez

    04:15 pm

    Visitor Seminar: Mark Watson (Princeton University) presenting the paper “Spatial Unit Roots", joint with Ulrich Mueller

  • Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
    10:00 am

    Economist & Visitor Collaboration Morning

    04:15 pm

    Visitor Seminar: Andres Blanco (University of Michigan) presenting the paper "A Theory of Non-Coasean Labor Markets", joint with Andres Drenik, Christian Moser, and Emilio Zaratiegui

    05:45 pm

    Collaboration Hour

  • Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022
    10:30 am

    Secular Trends in Macroeconomics and Firm Dynamics Conference

    Registrations and Refreshments

    11:00 am

     Introductory Remarks

    11:15 am

    Michael Peters (Yale University) presenting the paper “Population Growth and Firm-Product Dynamics,” joint with Conor Walsh

    12:00 pm

    Chen Yeh (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) presenting the paper “The Role of Nonemployer-to-Employer Flows in U.S. Business Dynamism

    12:45 pm

    Lunch

    02:00 pm

    Ludwig Straub (Harvard University) presenting the paper “Consumption, Savings, and the Distribution of Permanent Income

    02:45 pm

    Break

    03:00 pm

    Sergio Salgado (Wharton School) presenting the paper “The Great Micro Moderation,” joint with Nicholas Bloom, Faith Guvenen, Luigi Pistaferri, John Sabelhaus, and Jae Song

    03:45 pm

    Break

    04:00 pm

    John Haltiwanger (University of Maryland) presenting the paper “Dynamism Diminished: The Role of Housing Markets and Credit Conditions”, joint with Steven Davis

    05:00 pm

    Reception

    06:00 pm

    Conference Dinner

  • Friday, Dec. 16, 2022
    09:30 am

    Registration & Refreshments

    10:00 am

    Tania Babina (Columbia Business School) presenting the paper "Artificial Intelligence, Firm Growth, and Product Innovation," joint with Anastassia Fedyk, Alex He, and James Hodson

    10:45 am

    Break

    11:00 am

    Alessandra Peter (NYU) presenting the paper “Nonlinear Pricing and Misallocation,” joint with Gideon Bornstein

    11:45 am

    Break

    12:00 pm

    Danial Lashkari (Boston College) presenting the paper “Measuring Growth in Consumer Welfare With Income-Dependent Preferences,” joint with Xavier Jaravel

    12:45 pm

     Closing remarks & lunch

Future CORE Weeks

2023

  • February 6 – 10
  • March 27 – 31
  • May 8 – 12
  • June 20 – 23
  • July 31 – August 4
  • September 25 – 29
  • October 30 – November 3
  • December 11 – 15

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