Macro Financial Modeling Project

Apply for the MFM Summer Session for Young Scholars June 17-21, 2018

Harwich, Massachusetts

The Macro Financial Modeling Project's summer session is designed for early-career professionals and doctoral students in economics and related fields who are interested in developing enhanced macroeconomic models with linkages to the financial sector. The program provides an opportunity to learn about, discuss, and advance work on macro models with financial sector linkages and related topics. 

For more information about previous MFM Summer Session, see programs for 2016 and 2017.
 
 
The MFM Project is a collaborative venture to develop and assess enhanced macroeconomic models that better account for important financial sector influences on the economy. The aim is to close gaps in our ability to define, measure, and manage financial sector activities that pose risks to the macroeconomy as a whole.
 
The project brings together a network of prominent scholars and innovative early career researchers actively working in this field. Since 2012, the project group has met regularly to discuss and critique current and proposed models. With input and regular involvement of policymakers, the group is working to develop the next generation of policy tools.
 
One major focus of the effort is to cultivate emerging scholars in this area, through dissertation support and opportunities for students to present and refine their work. New this year is a 2016 summer session that will offer doctoral students and other young scholars and professionals working on related topics. Participants will gain insights from central bank research departments distinguished researchers, and peers at the frontiers of research in this area.
 
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Project Directors