4th BMW on “The Macroeconomic Effects of Micro Heterogeneity”
27 January 2023
The School of Economics are delighted to announce the 4th BMW on “The Macroeconomic Effects of Micro Heterogeneity”, which will take place on 25th -26th May 2023 in Bristol (United Kingdom).
This workshop is devoted to quantitative and theoretical macroeconomics and key notes speakers are Alessandra Fogli (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis), Guido Menzio (NYU) and Kjetil Storesletten (University of Minnesota)
The workshop organising committee (Sergio Feijoo Moreira and Hakki Yazici) welcome both theoretical and empirical submissions dealing with the macroeconomic consequences of micro heterogeneity. Topics could include ex post and/or ex ante differences across individuals, firms, locations or markets and their effect on growth, economic fluctuations, inequality, misallocation, trade patterns or policy design. Research papers not closely linked to these topics may be considered as well.
Complete manuscripts (or extended abstracts) must be submitted here with a submission deadline of 28 February 2023. Accepted author(s) will be notified by 28 March 2023. Accommodation will be covered for speakers and limited travel funding may be available.
Submit a paper (Deadline: 28 February 2023)
To see the detailed programme of last year’s 2022 workshop please click here.