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  • The Econometric Analysis of Recurrent Events in Macroeconomics and Finance - Tinbergen
    The Econometric Analysis of Recurrent Events in Macroeconomics and Finance Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 11 13 2014 The Econometric Analysis of Recurrent Events in Macroeconomics and Finance Tinbergen Institute Econometrics Lectures 2014 Speaker s Adrian Pagan University of Sydney and Don Harding University of La Trobe Date 11 13 June 2014 Adrian Pagan is Professor of Economics in the School of Economics at the University of Sydney He has published many papers in the area of theoretical and applied econometrics He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences the Econometric Society and the Journal of Econometrics a Medallist Fellow of the Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand has been made a Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Society of Australia and was awarded a Centenary Medal at the Centennial of Australian Federation Don Harding joined the Economics and Finance Department at the Latrobe University as a Professor at the beginning of 2008 Prior to joining La Trobe Don was at the University of Melbourne where he taught in

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  • Markets with Asymmetric Information - Tinbergen
    Seminars Rotterdam PhD Thesis Defenses Tinbergen Institute Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Markets with Asymmetric Information Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 02 04 2014 Markets with Asymmetric Information Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2014 Speaker s Jonathan Levin and Liran Einav Stanford University Date 2 4 June 2014 Jonathan Levin and Liran Einav Stanford University Read the upClose interview with Levin and Einav on Markets with Asymmetric Information in the Spring 2015 bissue of the TI Magazine Market failures and inefficiencies due to asymmetric information have been at the heart of recent policy debates about credit markets health insurance and other regulatory and social programs While the theory of asymmetric information has been well established for decades empirical research that attempts to identify and measure the sources and consequences of asymmetric information has blossomed only in the last

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  • Psychology Across the Financial Landscape - Tinbergen
    TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Psychology Across the Financial Landscape Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JAN 13 15 2014 Psychology Across the Financial Landscape Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2013 Speaker s Hersh Shefrin Santa Clara University Date 13 15 January 2014 Hersh Shefrin holds the Mario Belotti Chair in the Department of Finance at Santa Clara University s Leavey School of Business Professor Shefrin is a pioneer of behavioral finance These lectures discussed how a particular set of psychological concepts impact judgments and decisions across the financial landscape The landscape includes financial professionals such as portfolio managers and security analysts corporate managers central bankers as well as ordinary consumers and investors Topics of special attention will be the implications of psychological pitfalls for market efficiency and financial stability in the context of the global financial crisis Download Lecture poster Lecture titles Lecture 1

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  • Recent Developments in International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment - Tinbergen
    courses Student Council List of MPhil Students List of PhD Theses Research Groups Fellows Events Seminars Amsterdam Seminars Rotterdam PhD Thesis Defenses Tinbergen Institute Summer School MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Recent Developments in International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 03 2013 Recent Developments in International Trade and Foreign Direct Investment Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2013 Speaker s Elhanan Helpman Harvard University Date 3 5 June 2013 The lectures by Professor Elhanan Helpman covered recent developments in international trade and foreign direct investment including theoretical and empirical studies After a brief review of traditional trade theory and new trade theory and the empirical challenges to these types of models they discussed the research that has evolved in the last decade This included the role of heterogeneous firms incomplete contracts labor market frictions vertical specialization

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  • Low Frequency Econometrics - Tinbergen
    Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Low Frequency Econometrics Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article MAY 22 2013 Low Frequency Econometrics Tinbergen Institute Econometrics Lectures 2013 Speaker s Mark Watson Princeton University Date 22 25 May 2013 Mark Watson of Princeton University Modeling and forecasting slow changes in the economy even with parameter instability is a topic whose interest has recently been enhanced by the Great Recession and global financial markets crisis whose severity caught most forecasters by surprise The nature of changes to the underlying data generating process can be modeled either in the form of occasional discrete breaks or as more gradual changes In these lectures the topic of gradual change also known as low frequency time series analysis is the topic that is treated in detail Professor Mark Watson gave two days of lectures followed by a 2 day workshop Forecasting Structure and Time Varying Patterns in Economics and Finance at

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  • Recent Developments in the Analysis of Social and Economic Networks - Tinbergen
    MPhil Thesis Defenses TI Lectures TI Conferences About About Organization Staff Tinbergen Institute Magazine Contact Professor Jan Tinbergen Alumni Top Placements A Selection of Recent Alumni Key Stars Top Alumni of TI Intranet Login Login to Intranet Home Lecture Recent Developments in the Analysis of Social and Economic Networks Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 12 14 2012 Recent Developments in the Analysis of Social and Economic Networks Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2012 Speaker s Matthew O Jackson Stanford University Date 12 14 June 2012 Background reading Matthew O Jackson Social and Economic Networks Princeton University Press 2008 Professor Matthew O Jackson gave the Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2012 The lectures provided an introduction to a set of analytic tools for modeling both network formation and how network structure affects individual behavior The first part included an overview of some of the basic random graph statistical and game theoretic models of network formation and how such models can be used to understand observed social network phenomena The second part of the lectures discussed some

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  • Recent Theory and Applications of DSGE Models - Tinbergen
    DSGE Models Local navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 06 2012 Recent Theory and Applications of DSGE Models Tinbergen Institute Econometrics Lectures 2012 Speaker s Frank Schorfheide Date 6 7 June 2012 Time Professor Frank Schorfheide from the University of Pennsylvania gave the Tinbergen Institute Econometrics Lectures 2012 These lectures are a joint event of the Econometric Institute Tinbergen Institute and Princeton University Press and are combined with an international workshop intended for PhD students fellows and qualified external participants The lectures discussed recent advances in the literature on the econometric analysis of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium DSGE models covering both methods and applications We began with an introduction to the Bayesian estimation of linearized as well as nonlinear DSGE models and reviewed algorithms to generate draws from the posterior distribution of DSGE model parameters Once obtained these parameter were used with the he DSGE models to provide quantitative answers to a variety of questions e g about the sources of business cycle fluctuations relative importance of endogenous propagation mechanisms the effects of monetary and

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  • Liquidity and Financial Crises - Tinbergen
    navigation Lectures by year 2016 2 2015 2 2014 4 2013 2 2012 2 2011 3 2010 4 2009 3 2008 1 2007 1 2006 1 Show all 25 Article JUN 09 2011 Liquidity and Financial Crises Tinbergen Institute Finance Lectures 2011 Speaker s Bengt R Holmström Date 26 29 September 2011 Bengt R Holmström is the Paul A Samuelson Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences the Econometric Society and an elected foreign member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and the Finnish Academy of Sciences and Letters He is a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research a member of the executive committee for the Center of Economic Policy Research and second Vice President of the Econometric Society Professor Holmström s research interests are in the fields of contracting and incentives He has contributed to the development of the theory of contracting and incentives the theory of the firm corporate governance the most recently to the understanding of liquidity problems and financial crises Lecture title Liquidity and financial crises Popular accounts of the global financial crisis have mainly been looking for guilty parties Greedy investment bankers captive regulatory agents and ignorant consumers have been among the main characters implicated Before blaming human weaknesses it is all important to understand to what extent the crisis was due to fundamental weaknesses in the financial system No single coherent theory or narrative has emerged that would adequately answer the many questions related to the financial crisis But a set of identifiable approaches and set of models building mainly on insights from modern corporate finance and contract theory have emerged that have proved helpful in thinking about the financial crisis in a more structured way The

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