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This year the 27th Central bank Macroeconomic Modeling Workshop focuses on the following main areas:


  • Prudent Risk Management Approach to Monetary Policy (FPAS Mark II)

  • Role of Unconventional Monetary Policy

  • Central Bank Transparency and Communications

  • Incorporating Financial Conditions into Forecasting and Policy Analysis

  • Fiscal Policy Modeling

  • Global Debt Dynamics

  • Implications of Uncertainty in the Stars and Bars

  • Macroeconomic Implications of COVID19-Related Shocks

  • Inflation Dynamics in the Post-Pandemic Era

  • Open-Source Software for Macro Modeling (Dynare/Julia, RISE, Python, R, etc.)

  • Climate Change and Macroeconomic Policy

  • Heterogeneous Agent New Keynesian Models

  • -Other Hot Topics in Macro-Policy Modelling

The final papers should be submitted to by May 17, 2024.

All the papers will be reviewed by the Organizing Committee and the authors will be informed whether their 

papers are accepted by June 3, 2024.

The flagship annual conference will be hosted by Central Bank of Armenia on July 12-14, 2023. It will feature both submitted papers and invited/keynote presentations. We are pleased to announce that we are putting together an exciting program for our upcoming July flagship workshop, featuring a lineup of engaging keynote speakers and panel discussions.


Following the workshop, we will be offering several weeks of advanced courses in macroeconomic modeling. The keynote speakers are leading experts in the field of macroeconomics, and their talks will cover a range of relevant topics, from forecasting and policy analysis to monetary theory, financial stability, and fiscal policy. The sessions will provide a unique opportunity for participants to gain insights into the latest research and developments in macroeconomics, and to engage with fellow researchers and practitioners. 


After the workshop, our advanced courses will focus on cutting-edge techniques and methods in macroeconomic modeling, providing central bank economists with the skills and knowledge they need to support state-of-the-art policy analysis. Taught by experienced instructors, the courses will feature hands-on exercises, case studies, and group discussions, and will be designed to address the specific challenges faced by economists in today's rapidly changing economic landscape. 

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