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24th Central Bank Macroeconomic Modeling Workshop

13 - 15 October, 2021
Santiago, Chile

The Central Bank of Chile hosted the 24th Central Bank Macroeconomic Modeling Workshop (CBMMW). 

The keynote speakers will be Fatih Guvenen (University of Minnesota) and Markus Brunnermeier (Princeton University). A round table will address new monetary policy frameworks.

The organizing committee invites submissions of both theoretical and empirical work on the following topics:

  • New monetary policy frameworks (dual mandates, average inflation targeting, etc.)

  • Risks of low inflation traps and how to prevent or escape

  • Developments in monetary policy transparency and central bank communications

  • Analytical frameworks to support price and financial stability objectives

  • Effects of COVID-19 and related policy implications

  • Analytical frameworks to support fiscal policy analysis

  • Commodities and terms-of-trade shocks

  • Micro data, surveys and big data as support to policy decisions

  • Other hot topics in macroeconomic modeling relevant for both monetary and fiscal policy analysis. 

Organizing committee:

  • Jorge Fornero, CBoC

  • Douglas Laxton, The Better Policy Project

  • Sofia Bauducco, CBoC

  • Benjamín García, CBoC

  • Emiliano Luttini, CBoC

  • Andrés Sansone, CBoC

Important Dates: We invite authors to submit completed papers (preferred) or extended abstracts in pdf format to cbmmw@bcentral.cl by 15 April 2021. Authors of accepted papers will be informed by June 30, 2021.

Learn more here.