INFER Workshops

Non-standard Monetary Approaches in Macroeconomics

From: 2012-07-12 to: 2012-07-13
Place: University of Münster, Germany

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Workshop Objectives

This workshop brings together academics and practitioners to discuss macroeconomic approaches beyond standard DSGE and New Keynesian modeling. In particular, we welcome papers on Post Keynesian Theory, Austrian Economics and Stock-Flow-Consistent Monetary approaches. Papers which critically discuss mainstream macroeconomics in the light of recent crises are welcome as well. The workshop is open to both young and experienced researchers (including Ph.D. students) and professionals from business, government and non-governmental institutions. In particular we welcome papers with clear policy insights.

We are happy to welcome the following internationally distinguished keynote speaker:

Dr. Thomas Mayer CFA (Chief Economist Deutsche Bank Group)

 

Submission of Papers

Only full papers in pdf-format may be submitted. Papers should be submitted to Metin Kaptan, by sending an e-mail to kaptan@insiwo.de.

Deadline for paper submission is May 15th, 2012.

For more information please click here.

 

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