Welcome to IFS
当前位置: 首页->SEMINAR&LECTURES->2018->正文

Prof. Lawrence J. Christiano from Northwestern University: Lecture Series of DSGE Models Focusing on Banking

2019年10月18日 14:16  点击:[]

Time: 13:30pm-16:30am, July 31st

9:30am-12:30am, 13:30pm-16:30pm, August 1st

9:30pm-12:30am, August 2rd

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Addr: Yucai Yuan 701

Topic: DSGE Models Focusing on Banking

Speaker: Prof. Lawrence J. Christiano from Northwestern University

About the speaker:
Lawrence Christiano is the Alfred W. Chase Professor of Business Institutions. He joined the Northwestern University faculty in 1992 and is a consultant to the Federal Reserve Banks of Chicago, Cleveland and Minneapolis, and a Research Affiliate of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). In 2001, he was elected a Fellow of the Econometric Society.

Christiano's research has been focused primarily on the problem of determining how the government's monetary and fiscal instruments ought to respond to shocks over the business cycle. This research has two parts; one involves formulating and estimating an empirically plausible model of the macroeconomy, and the second involves developing economic concepts and computational methods for determining optimal policy in an equilibrium model. He has received numerous grants from the National Science Foundation and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.
For the bio and publication of Prof. Lawrence J. Christiano, please see his homepage at:


Institute of Financial Studies
Tel: 028-87099046   028-87099047
Email: yedan1220@126.com   yatingtang_swufe@163.com

上一条:Prof. Lawrence Jin from Caltech University: Asset Pricing with Return Extrapolation 下一条:Prof. Wei Zhang from Tianjin University: Financial Innovation Driven by Technology