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May 18, 2022

The Legacy of Marvin Goodfriend

Alex Wolman and Robert King reflect on the life and legacy of Marvin Goodfriend. Throughout his career, Goodfriend wrote a number of influential papers on monetary policy and played a key role in the development of the Richmond Fed's Research Department.

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Previous CORE Weeks


Highlights from Past Events


  • Kartik Athreya

    1 of 35 Kartik Athreya welcoming economists to CORE Week.

  • Serdar Ozkan

    2 of 35 Serdar Ozkan presenting “Why Are the Wealthiest So Wealthy?”

  • Zhen Huo

    3 of 35 Zhen Huo presenting “Information Frictions in Global Value Chains: Implications for the International Transmission of Shocks.”

  • Peter Q. Blair

    4 of 35 Dr. Peter Q. Blair presenting "Occupational Licensing and the Digital Economy."

  • Katarina Borovickova

    5 of 35 Katarina Borovickova presenting “Consistent Evidence on Duration Dependence of Price Changes."

  • Ana Babus

    6 of 35 Ana Babus presenting "The Anatomy of Financial Innovation."

  • Elisa Giannone

    7 of 35 Elisa Giannone presenting during the Fall Research Workshop.

  • the audience at the Fall Research Workshop

    8 of 35 A captive audience at the Fall Research Workshop.

  • Collaboration at a table during CORE week

    9 of 35 CORE Week provides a great opportunity for discussion and collaboration.

  • Fernando Alvarez

    10 of 35 Fernando Alvarez presenting a lecture titled “Mean Field Games.”

  • Hugo Hopenhayn

    11 of 35 Hugo Hopenhayn presenting “Big Push in Distorted Economies.”

  • Chen Yeh

    12 of 35 Chen Yeh presenting “Monopsony in the U.S. Labor Market.”

  • Randall Wright

    13 of 35 Randall Wright presenting “Toxic Assets and Market Freezes.”

  • Bruno Saltanum

    14 of 35 Bruno Sultanum presenting “Is Money Essential?”

  • Daniela Puzzello

    15 of 35 Daniela Puzzello presenting “Bargaining Under Liquidity Constraints: Nash vs. Kalai in the Laboratory.”

  • Sarah Zubairy presenting her paper

    16 of 35 Sarah Zubairy presenting “Public Pension Reforms and Retirement Decisions: Narrative Evidence and Aggregate Implications”

  • Christian Wolf presenting his paper

    17 of 35 Christian Wolf presenting “Interest rate cuts vs. stimulus payments: An equivalence result”

  • Tom Winberry presenting his paper

    18 of 35 Tom Winberry presenting “The Minimum Wage in the Short Run and the Long Run”

  • Pascal Noel presents his paper.

    19 of 35 Pascal Noel presenting “Spending and Job Search Impacts of Expanded Unemployment Benefits”

  • Women in Economics: Advancing Together collaboration session

    20 of 35 Women in Economics: Advancing Together collaboration session

  • Isaac Baley presenting his paper

    21 of 35 Isaac Baley presenting “The Macroeconomics of Partial Irreversibility”

  • Ali Shourideh presenting his paper

    22 of 35 Ali Shourideh presenting “Inequality, Redistribution and Optimal Trade Policy: A Public Finance Approach”

  •  Economists actively engaged in discussion during a break between seminars in the May CORE Week.

    23 of 35 Economists actively engaged in discussion during a break between seminars.

  • Economists reflecting on the conference seminars.

    24 of 35 Economists reflecting on the conference seminars.

  • Collaboration on display during the Marvin S. Goodfriend Conference.

    25 of 35 Collaboration on display during the Marvin S. Goodfriend Conference.

  • Ayşegül Şahin presenting the paper “The Dual U.S. Labor Market Uncovered.”

    26 of 35 Ayşegül Şahin presenting the paper “The Dual U.S. Labor Market Uncovered.”

  • Al Broaddus ready to give opening remarks at the Marvin S. Goodfriend Conference.

    27 of 35 Al Broaddus ready to give opening remarks at the Marvin S. Goodfriend Conference.

  • Marsha Goodfriend, Al Broaddus and Tom Barkin actively engaged during a conference seminar.

    28 of 35 Marsha Goodfriend, Al Broaddus and Tom Barkin actively engaged during a conference seminar.

  • Jane Li presenting the paper “Borrowing from a Fintech Platform.”

    29 of 35 Jane Li presenting the paper “Borrowing from a Fintech Platform.”

  • Laura Gáti presenting the paper “Monetary Policy & Anchored Expectations: an Endogenous Gain Learning Model.”

    30 of 35 Laura Gáti presenting the paper “Monetary Policy & Anchored Expectations: an Endogenous Gain Learning Model.”

  • Hassan Afrouzi presenting the paper “Selection in Information Acquisition and Monetary Non-Neutrality.”

    31 of 35 Hassan Afrouzi presenting the paper “Selection in Information Acquisition and Monetary Non-Neutrality.”

  • Robert King recollecting on the time he spent working with Marvin Goodfriend.

    32 of 35 Robert King recollecting on the time he spent working with Marvin Goodfriend.

  • Francesco Bianchi presenting the paper “Monetary and Fiscal Policies in Times of Large Debt: Unity Is Strength.”

    33 of 35 Francesco Bianchi presenting the paper “Monetary and Fiscal Policies in Times of Large Debt: Unity Is Strength.”

  • Simon Gilchrist presenting the paper “The Fed Takes on Corporate Credit Risk: An Analysis of the Efficacy of the SMCCF.”

    34 of 35 Simon Gilchrist presenting the paper “The Fed Takes on Corporate Credit Risk: An Analysis of the Efficacy of the SMCCF.”

  • Paul Ho presenting the paper “A Little Trade Goes a Long Way: Foreign Shocks and Domestic Inflation.”

    35 of 35 Paul Ho presenting the paper “A Little Trade Goes a Long Way: Foreign Shocks and Domestic Inflation.”