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22 June 2023 - 23 June 2023

8:30AM - 1:00PM

Durham University Business School, Mill Hill Lane, Room MHL405

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Join us for CEMAP's Macroeconomics Conference taking place on 22nd-23rd June

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Durham University Business School

The Centre for Macro Economic Policy (CEMAP) at Durham University Business School (DUBS) is organizing a workshop on Macroeconomics scheduled for 22-23 June. The conference will cover a diverse range of topics, including inflation, productivity, business cycles, fiscal and monetary policy, health, and climate change. We are pleased to announce our impressive line-up of distinguished speakers.

If you are interested in attending, please reach out to us at Please note that spaces are limited, so early registration is recommended.

List of speakers

Franck Portier (UCL) (Keynote): “Some Inference Perils of Imposing a Taylor Rule”

Roman Sustek (QMUL): “Global House Prices Since 1950s”

Arpad Abraham (Bristol): “Tax Wedges, Financial Frictions and Misallocation”

Christine Braun (Warwick): “Measuring the Productivity of Working from Home”

Miguel Faria e Castro (Fed, St Louis): “Evergreening”

Anthony Savagar (Kent): “Returns to Scale and productivity in the Macroeconomy”

Raffaele Rossi (Manchester): “Taxing Consumption in Unequal Economies”

Oliver De Groot (Liverpool): “Bank Heterogeneity, Deep Habits, and the Pass-Through of Monetary Policy”

Max Gillman (UMSL, USA): “A Human Capital Explanation of Real Business Cycles”

Giovanni Covi (BoE): “Climate Stress Network of UK Banks and UK Insurers”

Jonathan Thomas (Edinburgh): “Implicit contracts and asymmetric pass-through of productivity shocks to wages"

Aditya Goenka (Birmingham): “Health and economic inequality during pandemics: A heterogeneous agent perspective”