Robert E. Baldwin International Workshop

Important note:

The International Workshop on 9/9 meets all day (9:00am – 4:30pm) in the Discovery Building (Orchard View Room)
The International Workshop on 10/28 & 11/11 meets all day (9:00am – 4:30pm) in 8417 Social Sciences
Faculty organizer: Kim Ruhl

Date & Time Speaker Institution Presentation Location Presentation Title
3/03 (Time TBD) Guido Lorenzoni Chicago Booth TBD
3/03 (Time TBD) Javier Bianchi Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis TBD
3/03 (Time TBD) George Alessandria University of Rochester TBD
3/03 (Time TBD) TBD TBD
5/08 Kevin O'Rourke NYU Abu Dhabi TBD
Date & Time Speaker Institution Presentation Location Presentation Title
9/9 (9:00-10:15am) Paul Bergin UC Davis Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Capital Account Policy, Firm-Dynamics, and Export-led Growth
9/9 (10:30-11:15am) Fabrizio Perri FRB of Minneapolis Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) The End of Privilege: A Reexamination of the Net Foreign Asset Position of the United States
9/9 (1:30-2:45pm) Maxime Sauzet Boston University Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Asset Prices, Global Portfolios, and the International Financial System
9/9 (3:00-4:15pm) Chris Clayton Yale Discovery Building (Orchard View Room, Room 3280) Internationalizing Like China
10/25 (3:45-5:15pm) Andy Lehrer UW-Madison 8417 Social Sciences Trade Policy Uncertainty and Import Prices
10/28 (9:00-10:15am) Pablo Ottonello University of Michigan 8417 Social Sciences Are Collateral-Constraint Models Ready for Macroprudential Policy Design?
10/28 (10:30-11:45am) Tony Zhang Federal Reserve Board 8417 Social Sciences Understanding the Strength of the Dollar (with Zhengyang Jiang and Robert Richmond)
10/28 (1:45-3:00pm) Felipe Saffie University of Virginia 8417 Social Sciences The Micro and Macro Dynamics of Capital Inflows
10/28 (3:15-4:30pm) Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé Columbia 8417 Social Sciences Optimal Bank Reserve Remuneration and Capital Control Policy
11/11 (9:00-10:15am) Sewon Hur FRB-Dallas 8417 Social Sciences The Distributional Effects of International Tariffs
11/11 (10:30-11:45am) Jing Zhang FRB-Chicago 8417 Social Sciences A Quantitative Analysis of Tariffs across U.S. States
11/11 (2:00-3:15pm) Lydia Cox Harvard 8417 Social Sciences The Regressive Nature of the U.S. Tariff Code: Origins and Implications
11/11 (3:30-4:45pm) Michael Waugh FRB-Minneapolis 8417 Social Sciences Heterogeneous Agent Trade
Adrien Auclert Speaker Institution Presentation Title
2/22 *VIRTUAL* Steve Wu UCSD Foreign Reserves Management and Original Sin
3/22 Ina Simonovska University of California Economic Stabilizers in Emerging Markets: The Case for Trade Credit
3/29 Federica Romei University of Oxford Why does capital flow from equal to unequal countries?
4/12 Adrien Aculert Stanford University Exchange Rates and Monetary Policy with Heterogeneous Agents: Sizing up the Real Income Channel
4/19 Javier Cravino University of Michigan The International Price of Remote Work
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
9/7 Notre Dame Sound and Fury: Signaling in Sovereign Debt Markets
9/14 UW-Madison Liquidity Traps, Prudential Policies, and International Spillovers
9/21 Sosa Padilla Araujo, Cesar Notre Dame Reserve Accumulation, Macroeconomic Stabilization, and Sovereign Risk (joint work w/ Javier Bianchi)
9/28 *POSTPONED* FRB Minneapolis Bank Runs, Fragility and Credit Easing (with Manuel Amador)
10/5 UW-Madison Why Do Emerging Economies Borrow in Foreign Currency?
10/12 U-Penn Beware the Side Effects: Capital Controls, Misallocation and Welfare
10/19 Yale Spatial Production Networks
10/26 Federal Reserve Board Globalization, Trade Imbalances, and Labor Market Adjustment
11/2 Boston University Sources and Transmission of Country Risk
12/7 Lehrer, Andy UW-Madison The Effect of Trade Policy Uncertainty on U.S. Import Prices: High Tariff Pass-Through vs. Low Exchange Rate Pass-Through
12/14 *NOON* Northwestern Financial Dollarization in Emerging Markets: Efficient Risk Sharing or Prescription for Disaster?
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
3/16 Berkeley
A Preferred-Habitat Model of Term Premia, Currencies and Monetary Policy Spillovers (with Walker Ray (LSE) and Dimitri Vayanos (LSE))
3/23 University of Maryland
Exchange Rate Disconnect Redux” (joint with Ryan Chahrour, Vito Cormun, Pablo Guerron-Quintana, and Rosen Valchev)
3/30 UCLA
Northwestern Kellogg
This seminar begins at 2 pm
University of Lausanne
This seminar begins at 1 pm
Stanford GSB
International Banks: Re-Agents of Globalization joint with Chris Meissner and Will Kisling
4/27 FRB-NYC
International Capital Flow Pressures, joint with Signe Krogstrup
5/4 Columbia
Does the Commodity Super Cycle Matter? with Andrés Fernández and Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
3/3 Federal Reserve Bank of NY
3/10 Johns Hopkins University
3/24 Columbia
3/31 Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Workers’ Skills, Occupational Choice and the Labor Market Effects of International Trade and Automation
4/7 Boston University
4/14 Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
4/21 MIT Sloan
4/28 LSE/Federal Reserve Bank of NY
5/5 Chicago Booth
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
9/10 Dmitry Mukhin UW-Madison
9/19 Kenneth Rogoff Harvard (joint with Macro)
9/24 Juan Passadore EIEF
10/1 Illenin Kondo Notre Dame
10/15 Guido Lorenzoni Northwestern
10/22 Steve Wu UW-Madison Corporate Balance Sheets and Sovereign Risk Premia
10/28 Jian Wang CUHK-Shenzhen FDI and firm productivity: The role of financial constraints
10/29 Dohyeon Lee UW-Madison Optimal Monetary Policy in an Open Economy under Imperfect Capital Mobility
Rosen Valchev Boston College
(2.45 - 4.15 pm)
Giancarlo Corsetti Cambridge University
11/19 Dmitriy Sergeyev Bocconi University
11/26 Sanjay Singh UC-Davis
12/3 Michael Devereux University of British Columbia
12/10 Michael Waugh NYU Business
Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title
3/5 Steve Wu UW-Madison Corporate Balance Sheets and Sovereign Risk Premia
4/2 Andrei Levchenko University of Michigan
4/16 Jing Zhang FRB of Chicago International Capital Flows: Private vs. Public
4/23 Davin Chor Dartmouth
4/30 Linda Tesar University of Michigan