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TUESDAY May 24 2022
13.50 - 14.00Welcome remarks
14.00 - 14.50 Mixing QE and Interest Rate Policies at the Effective Lower Bound: Micro Evidence from the Euro Area
Yannick Timmer, Federal Reserve Board; Christian Bittner, Alexander Rodnyansky, Farzad Saidi
14.50- 15.40Determinants of the credit cycle: a flow analysis of the extensive margin
Vincenzo Cuciniello, Bank of Italy
; Nicola di Iasio
15.40 - 15.55Break
15.55 - 16.45The Transmission of Keynesian Supply Shocks
Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi, Bank of England; Andrea Ferrero
16.45 - 17.35Income Inequality and Job Creation
Donggyu Lee, Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Sebastian Doerr, Thomas Drechsel
17.35 - 17.50Break
17.50 - 18.40Currency Hedging: Managing Cash Flow Exposure
Laura Alfaro, Harvard Business School; Mauricio Calani, Liliana Varela
WEDNESDAY May 25 2022
13.00 - 13.50Estimating HANK Models with Neural Networks
Matthias Rottner, Deutsche Bundesbank; Hanno Kase, Leonardo Melosi
13.50 - 14.40The Dual U.S. Labor Market Uncovered
Hie Joo Ahn, Federal Reserve Board; Bart Hobijn, Aysegül Sahin
14.40 - 15.30PhD Poster session
15.30 - 16.20The Factor Structure of Disagreement
Fabian Winkler, Federal Reserve Board; Edward Herbst
16.20 - 17.10House Prices, Increasing Returns, and the Effects of Government Spending Shocks
Søren Hove Ravn, University of Copenhagen; Rasmus Bisgaard Larsen, Emiliano Santoro
17.10 - 17.25Break
17.25 - 18.15Local Projections in Unstable Environments: How Effective is Fiscal Policy?
Barbara Rossi, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Atsushi Inoue, Yiru Wang
18.15 - 18.20Closing remarks

PhD posters: overview presenters
Lara Coulier (Ghent University): Heterogeneous effects of housing-sector-specific macroprudential tools on Belgian house price growth
Nikolaos Koutounidis (Ghent University): COVID-19 in Belgium: bigger local outbreaks and lockdowns = lower spending
Christophe Van Langenhove (Ghent University): Should we worry about public debt? An empirical analysis of r-g in OECD countries
Flavio Squartini (Ghent University): Investigating households heterogeneous responses to macroeconomic shocks
Arthur Jacobs (Ghent University): Demographic change, secular stagnation and inequality: automation as a blessing?
Alessandro Franconi (LUISS Guido Carli) Household debt, borrowing conditions, and the government spending multiplier
Naoki Yago (University of Cambridge): Monetary Transmission under Heterogeneous Exchange Rate Exposure
Yasmine Meerschaut (Ghent University): The impact of weather on local food prices
Part 2
Marco Onofri (Ghent University & ESM): Shouldering Risk During Covid-19: Monetary Policy and Credit Guarantees
Wouter Van der Veken (Ghent University): Business Cycle Fluctuations: Financial Shocks versus Uncertainty Shocks
Frederic Opitz (Ghent University): The housing supply channel of monetary policy
Jose Villegas (University of Rochester): Employment Fluctuations, Real Estate Prices and Property Taxes
Alba Patozi (University of Cambridge): The Effects of Macroprudential Policy Announcements on Systemic Risk
Pablo Vicente Pastor Y Camarasa (Ghent University): Do actions follow words? How bank sentiment predicts credit expansion
Deasy Ariyanti (Ghent University): Countercyclical Capital Buffer and Market Expectations