Conference "Macroeconomics in Emerging Markets"

Schedule

Friday, May 3

Opening remarks

Vivian Yue | Emory University
Pablo Ottonello | University of Maryland
Chair: Javier García-Cicco | Universidad de San Andrés
Presenter: Cristina Arellano | Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Discussant: Andy Neumeyer | Universidad Torcuato Di Tella

Break

Keynote address and lunch

Chair: Christopher Sims | Princeton University
Keynote speaker: Michael Woodford | Columbia University

Break

Chair: Thuy Lan Nguyen | Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Presenter: Diego Pérez | NYU
Discussant: Jesse Schreger | Columbia University

Break

Cagan to Ramsey: Optimal Financial Repression

Chair: Jess Benhabib | NYU
Presenter: Iván Werning | MIT
Discussant: Mariana García-Schmidt | Banco Central de Chile

Break

Chair: Ozge Akinci | Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Presenter: Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan | University of Maryland
Discussant: Wenxin Du | Columbia University

Dinner

Schedule

Saturday, May 4

Paper TBD

Chair: La'O, Jennifer | Columbia University
Presenter: Mendoza, Enrique | University of Pennsylvania
Discussant: Aguiar, Mark | Princeton University

Break

Paper TBD

Chair: Goldber, Linda | Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Presenter: Itskhoki, Oleg | UCLA
Discussant: Bai, Yan | University of Rochester

Break

Chair: Alfaro, Laura | Harvard Business School
Presenter: Tesar, Linda | University of Michigan
Discussant: Perri, Fabrizio | Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Lunch

Paper TBD

Chair: Nicolini, Juan Pablo | Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Presenter: Álvarez, Fernando | University of Chicago
Discussant: Coulibaly, Louphou | University of Wisconsin

Break

Emerging Markets in the Current Global Environment

Chair: Sbordone, Argia | Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Presenter: Federico Sturzenegger | Universidad de San Andrés
Presenter: Guillermo Calvo | Columbia University
Presenter: Kenneth Rogoff | Harvard University
Presenter: Silvana Tenreyro | LSE

Adjourn

Participants

Aguiar, Mark
Princeton University
Airaudo, Marco
Drexel University
Akinci, Ozge
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Alfaro, Laura
Harvard Business School
Álvarez, Fernando
University of Chicago
Arellano, Cristina
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Bai, Yan
University of Rochester
Benhabib, Jess
NYU
Benigno, Gianluca
University of Lausanne
Bianchi, Javier
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Bonfanti , Giovanni
Columbia University
Buscaglia, Marcos
Alberdi Partners
Calvo, Guillermo
Columbia University
Calvo, Sara
Columbia University
Ryan Chahrour
Chahrour, Ryan
Cornell U.
Chang, Roberto
Rutgers University
Chen, Tuo
Tsinghua University
Chi, Chun-Che
Academia Sinica
Cirelli, Fernando
Columbia University
Corsetti, Giancarlo
Coulibaly, Louphou
University of Wisconsin
Davila, Eduardo
Yale University
De Leo, Pierre
University of Maryland
Del Negro', Marco
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Du, Wenxin
Columbia University
Fernández-Villaverde, Jesús
Penn
Fernández, Andrés
International Monetary Fund
Garcia-Cicco, Javier
Universidad de San Andres (Argentina)
Mariana García
García-Schmidt, Mariana
Central Bank of Chile
Goldberg, Linda
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Goldstein, Patricio
Columbia University
Guerrón, Pablo A.
Boston College
Gordon, Grey
FRB Richmond
Herreno, Juan
UCSD
Hong, Seungki
Purdue University
Hyun, Jay
HEC Montréal
Itskhoki, Oleg
UCLA
Kalemli-Ozcan, Sebnem
University of Maryland
Keller, Lorena
Wharton
La'O, Jennifer
Columbia University
Lee, Jongho
Columbia University
Karen Lewis
Lewis, Karen K.
University of Pennsylvania
Liu, Ou
Rutgers University
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Liu, Xuan
East Carolina University
Mandelman, Federico
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Mendoza, Enrique
University of Pennsylvania
Mondino, Guillermo
Columbia University
Na, Seunghoon
Purdue University
Neumeyer, Andy
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Nguyen, Lan
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Nicolini, Juan Pablo
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Oh, Hyunseung
Federal Reserve Board
Olivero , María Pía
Swarthmore College
Ottonello, Pablo
University of Maryland
Patel, Nikhil
International Monetary Fund
Pereira, Gustavo
Goldman Sachs
Pérez, Diego
NYU
Perri, Fabrizio
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Gabriel Picone - USF
Picone , Gabriel
University of South Florida
Ramírez, Juan Rubio
Emory
Rebucci, Alessandro
Johns Hopkins University
Paulina Restrepo-Echavarria
Restrepo-Echavarria, Paulina
Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis
Rogoff, Ken
Harvard University
Saffie, Felipe
UVA, Darden
Sbordone, Argia
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Schmitt-Grohe, Stephanie
Columbia
Schreger, Jesse
Columbia University
Sekiguchi, David
Harboured and Bracebridge
Seoane, Hernán D.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Shousha, Samer
Insper
Sims , Chris
Princeton
Singh, Anurag
ITAM
Sturzenegger, Federico
Universidad de San Andrés
Tenreyro, Silvana
LSE
Teoh, Ken
International Monetary Fund
Tesar, Linda
University of Michigan
Werning, Ivan
MIT
Woodford, Michael
Columbia University
Yue, Vivian
Emory University
Zanna, Felipe
International Monetary Fund
Zaratiegui, Emilio
Columbia university

Conference Organizers

Hover, Chantel
Columbia University
Ottonello, Pablo
University of Maryland
Yue, Vivan
Emory University

In honor of Martín Uribe

Martín Uribe is the Robert A. Mundell professor of Economics at Columbia University and a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). He is editor in chief of the Journal of International Economics. Before joining Columbia, Uribe taught at Duke University and the University of Pennsylvania, and was a Staff Economist in the Division of International Finance of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Uribe obtained a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago, a Master degree from CEMA (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and a BA degree from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Córdoba, Argentina). He has made scientific contributions in the areas of International Economics, Monetary Economics, and Public Finance. 

His research focuses on understanding the sources and propagation of macroeconomic shocks within and across countries and on the design of monetary, fiscal, and exchange-rate-based stabilization policies. His work has been published in academic journals including the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, Econometrica, and the Review of Economic Studies, and has received financial support from the National Science Foundation. Uribe co-authored the books `Open Economy Macroeconomics’ and `International Macroeconomics,’ both published by Princeton University Press. He has held visiting research positions at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, the European Central Bank, Goethe University (Germany), University of Bonn, and Princeton University and has consulted for the World Bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Martín Uribe es profesor Robert A. Mundell de Economía en la Universidad de Columbia (Nueva York), investigador asociado del National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) y editor jefe del Journal of International Economics. Con anterioridad, Uribe enseñó en las universidades de Duke y Pennsylvania y fue economista en la División de Finanzas Internacionales de la Junta de Gobernadores de la Reserva Federal de los Estados Unidos. Uribe es doctor en economía por la universidad de Chicago, master en economía por el Centro de Estudios Macroeconómicos de Argentina (CEMA) y licenciado en economía por la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina). Uribe es especialista en Economía Internacional y Monetaria. Su trabajo de investigación se concentra en el diseño y evaluación de políticas monetarias, cambiarias y fiscales para la estabilización macroeconómica en países emergentes y desarrollados.

Su labor investigativa abarca además el estudio de las fuentes y los mecanismos de propagación de los ciclos económicos. Sus aportes han sido publicados en revistas especializadas tales como The American Economic Review, Journal of Political Economy, Econometrica, y Review of Economic Studies y ha recibido el apoyo financiero de la National Science Foundation.