Events 2010


  • Conference: Australian Conference on Quantitative Macroeconomics
    19, 20 December 2010
    University of Adelaide
  • Conference: The Transmission of International Shocks to Open Economies (CAMA EVENT)
    16, 17 December 2010
    Wellington, New Zealand

Reserve Bank of New Zealand and CAMA hosted a conference on the transmission of international shocks to open economies. The recent financial crisis has illustrated the importance of the linkages that connect financial systems and economies around the globe. The conference was aimed at characterizing recent global shocks, understanding the transmission mechanism of these shocks, and identifying appropriate policy responses.


  • Workshop: Workshop on Finance and the Macroeconomy (CAMA EVENT)
    25 October 2010
    Australian National University, Canberra

The Finance and the Macroeconomy Program in CAMA held a one day workshop at the Australian National University on October 25, 2010 which coincided with the visits of Dr Jan Jacobs (Groningen University) and Dr Gerald Dwyer (Atlanta Federal Reserve). This was a small workshop consisting of six papers relevant to the field.


  • Seminar: Durable Consumption, Long-Run Risk and The Equity Premium
    Professor Peter Smith, University of York
    Thursday, 5 August 2010, 12:00pm - 1:30pm


  • Seminar: Distinguishing Across Models of International Capital Flows
    Professor Mark Wright, University of California, Los Angeles
    Friday, 2 July 2010, 3.30-5.00pm


  • Conference: 21st Annual East Asian Seminar on Economics: A Pacific Rim Perspective on the Financial Crisis (CAMA EVENT)
    25, 26 June 2010

The 21st Annual East Asian Seminar on Economics, jointly organised by the National Bureau of Economic Research, the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, and the Reserve Bank of Australia will be held on June 24-25 at the Coombs Training Centre in Kirribilli, Sydney. The conference will bring together leading academics from the NBER and East Asia to discuss issues surrounding the Global Financial Crisis, with a focus on the Asian region.

In addition to the above organisers of the 21st meeting, the conference is supported by the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research, the China Center for Economic Research, the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research, the Korea Development Institute, the Singapore Management University, and the Tokyo Center for Economic Research. The organisers also gratefully acknowledge funding from the ANU College of Business and Economics, and ARC grant number DP0985783.


  • Seminar: A GMM approach for dealing with missing data on regressors and instruments
    Jason Abreyeva, University of Texas at Austin
    Friday, 23 April 2010, 3.30-5.00pm


This conference, jointly hosted by The Asia Development Bank, the Brooking Institution, The Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA), The Lowy Institute and Worley Parsons, aims to to bring together leading researchers from the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia to summarise the current state of knowledge, present recent advances, and map out the major challenges for the next 50 years. The conference will therefore be of interest to academics, policy makers, and industry people as well as anyone interested in the economics of infrastructure.
Conference Summary available

  • Seminar: A Failure to Communicate? Central Bank Interest Rate Guidance in Good Times and in Bad
    Pierre Siklos,Wilfrid Laurier University
    Friday, 26 March 2010, 3.30-5.00pm


  • Workshop: Giblin Workshop
    Monday, February 15, 2010
    School of Economics & Finance, University of Tasmania
    Jointly sponsored by the Faculty of Business, University of Tasmania & the Centre for Applied Economic Analysis (CAMA), ANU

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