Information in Macroeconomics Mini-Conference


Beliefs, reputations, and information flows are incredibly important in macroeconomics, especially (but not only) in development contexts. Many of our speakers are experts in particular on how beliefs impact inflation dynamics and monetary policy. 


9:30-10:30 am  •  Zachary Stangebye, University of Notre Dame
Living in infamy: Bad reputations in emerging markets

10:30-10:45 am • Coffee Break

10:45-11:45 am • Marco Bassetto,  Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
A monetary and fiscal theory of sudden inflations

12:00-1:30 pm • Lunch

1:30-2:30 pm  • Jeff Campbell, University of Notre Dame
Consumer inflation expectations: Daily dynamics

2:30-2:45 pm • Coffee Break

2:45-3:45 pmHassan Afrouzi, Columbia University
What can measured beliefs tell us about monetary non-neutrality?

3:45-4:00 pm • Break

4:00-5:00 pmLuminita Stevens, University of Maryland
Price rigidities in US business cycles

Contact Zachary Stangebye for information. Presented by the Department of Economics and the Kellogg Institute.

Speakers / Related People
Zachary Stangebye

Zachary Stangebye is a macroeconomist specializing in macroeconomic and international finance. The bulk of his research focuses on international financial crises originating in sovereign debt markets, with a particular emphasis on coordination failures across time. He has been a Kellogg Institute faculty fellow since 2015.
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