Organizers:

Alberto Bisin, NYU and Paolo Siconolfi, Columbia University

with the support of the C.V. Starr Center in Applied Economics

Location:

New York University

Kimmel Center, room 406

60 Washington Square S
New York, 10012
(212) 998-4900

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Hotel:

Holiday Inn in Soho -----------> Booking link forĀ Holiday Inn Soho @ NYU rate

Program:

Friday, Nov. 12th

2:30pm L. Epstein and K. Seo, Ambiguity with repeated experiments

3:30pm P. Beker and E. Espino, A general equilibrium explanation for financial markets anomalies: Beliefs heterogeneity under limited enforceability

4:30pm M. Boldrin, A pseudo-Austrian model of monetary policy

5:30pm F. Lancia and A. Russo, A dynamic economic model of intergenerational contracts

Saturday, Nov. 13th

9:30 am A. Fostel and J. Geanakoplos, Why does bad news increase volatility and decrease leverage?

10:30am F. Kubler and K. Schmedders, Life-cycle portfolio choice, the wealth distribution and asset prices

11:30am J. Quah and B. Strulovici, Aggregating the single crossing property: Theory and applications to comparative statics and Bayesian games

2:30pm I-K. Cho and A. Matsui, A social foundation of Nash bargaining solution

3:30pm A. Carvajal, M. Rostek, and M. Weretka, Financial innovation

4:30pm N. Al-Najjar, L. De Castro, and M. Pai, A subjective framework for testing

5:30pm A. Caplin and J. Leahy, A graph theoretic approach to markets for indivisible goods

Sunday, Nov. 14th

9:30am D. Cao, Collateral Shortages, Asset Price and Investment Volatility with Heterogeneous Beliefs

10:30am A. Penta, Robust dynamic mechanism design

11:30am J. Zhu, Sticky Incentives and Dynamic Agency Optimal Contracting with Perks and Shirking