Tarek Hassan, Boston University
Loukas Karabarbounis, University of Minnesota
Matteo Maggiori, Harvard University
Brent Neiman, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Technological change is leading to a world where markets for goods, services, assets, and workers are all becoming truly global. Research can play an important role in informing how businesses, consumers, and policymakers respond. This year’s conference, hosted by the Becker Friedman Institute’s International Economics Initiative, is intended to bring together a small group of faculty working at the intersection of international finance and international macro finance to discuss early stage research in an informal setting.
Call for Papers: Please submit your papers for consideration by October 8, 2018, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and attaching your paper or abstract. Funding for travel and lodging expenses are available for the authors of accepted papers. Presenters are expected to attend the full conference. If you cannot attend the full conference, please note your availability in your submission.