Workshop

logo_50ans_process_blue3rd ERMEES Macroeconomics Workshop 2019

“20 Years of the Euro :Paths for the Future ?”

Friday December 13, 2019, Strasbourg

The University of Strasbourg, the Bureau d’Economie Théorique et Appliquée and the ERMEES research team are delighted to announce a one-day macroeconomics workshop to be held on Friday December 13, 2019 in Strasbourg.

The main purpose of this workshop is to produce high quality debates to learn from past experience and draw some perspectives for a better future in the Eurozone. We invite paper submission on various topics; both empirical and theoretical papers are welcome. Paper topics include:

  • Monetary policy, optimal currency area
  • Banking system, financial integration, financial stability
  • Fiscal policy and public finance, fiscal federalism, fiscal discipline, Eurozone budget
  • Policy mix
  • Transmission channels of economic policy
  • Internal and external imbalances
  • Structural heterogeneities between EU or EMU member countries
  • Convergence and growth issues
  • Business cycle
  • Labor markets and social cohesion

Participants are expected to prepare a 5 minutes discussion on another paper within the session. All presentations and discussions will be in English.

Keynote speaker: Antonio Afonso (Lisbon School of Economics and Management, University of Lisbon), Hubert Kempf (Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan)

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Local Organization

Scientific & Organizing Committees:

Amélie Barbier-Gauchard (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Kéa BARET

Kéa Baret (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Thierry BETTI

Thierry Betti (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Meixing DAI

Meixing DAI (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Francesco de Palma (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Benoit DICHARRY

Benoit Dicharry (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Samuel LIGONNIERE

Samuel Ligonniere (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Jamel Saadaoui (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Moise SIDIROPOULOS

Moïse Sidiropoulos (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Agathe Simon (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Yann Thommen (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Jamel TRABELSI

Jamel Trabelsi (BETA, University of Strasbourg)

Contact:ermees@unistra.fr

For any further information:http://ermees.fr/fr/category/workshop/

Submission procedure

Submission Procedure:

Full papers should be submitted by email to ermees@unistra.fr. Papers should mention: title of communication, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, corresponding author’s e-mail address, postal address, telephone number.

Important dates:

  • Before May 24, 2019: Authors are invited to send their contributions before the submission deadline.
  • By June 17, 2019: Authors will be informed of the decision of the scientific committee.
  • By June 30, 2019: Authors have to confirm their participation.
  • On December 13, 2019: Day of the ERMEES Macroeconomics Workshop 2019.

Registration fees: There will be no registration fees for intervening participants. For non intervening participants, fees are 50 €.

Workshop Program

3rd ERMEES Macroeconomics Workshop – Friday December 13th, 2019

 Collège doctoral européen – 48 boulevard de la Victoire – Strasbourg – FRANCE

“20 YEARS OF THE EURO: PATHS FOR THE FUTURE?”

Final Program Unknown


8:30 – 9:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee (Jardin Intérieur – first floor)


 9:00 – 9:15 Opening speech, Moïse SIDIROPOULOS (BETA, University of Strasbourg)


9:15 – 10 :30 Plenary session

António Afonso

(ISEG-Lisbon School of Economics and Management, University of Lisbon)

Government Spending Efficiency and Performance 

(Amphithéatre – Ground floor)


 10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break (Jardin Intérieur – First floor)


 11 :00 – 12 :30 Parallel Sessions (1h30)

Session 1a – Monetary Policy I

chairman: Meixing DAI,  Amphitheater – Ground floor

  • Maximilian HORST, The Impact of Quantitative Easing on Bank Loan Supply and Monetary Policy Implementation in the Euro Area, Reviewer: Aristea VIDRA
  • Aristea VIDRA, Investigating the effect of monetary policy on intermediation margin, output and inflation at zero-lower bound: Evidence from a PVAR analysis in Euro Area
  • Christos MAVRODIMITRAKIS, Debt Stabilisation and Financial Stability in a Monetary Union: Market vs. Authority-based Preventive Solutions

Session 1b – Fiscal Policy I

chairman: Thierry BETTI,  Auditorium- Ground floor

  • Kéa BARET, On Stability and Growth Pact compliance: what is predictable with machine learning?, Reviewer: Piotr STANEK
  • Benoit DICHARRY, How to Make EMU More Synchronous? Role of ESI funds in Merging Europe, Reviewer: Kéa BARET
  • Piotr STANEK, Twin Deficits Revisited: a role for fiscal institutions?, Reviewer: Benoit DICHARRY

Session 1c – Labour market

chairman: Francesco DE PALMA,  Salle de Séminaire – First floor

  • Kristina SARGENT, International Migration: Unemployment Differences and Costs to Move, Reviewer: Povilas LASTAUSKAS
  • Xakousti CHRYSANTHOPOULOU, Monetary and labor interactions in an open economy, Reviewer: Kristina SARGENT
  • Povilas LASTAUSKAS, Does It Matter When Labor Market Reforms Are Implemented? The Role of the Monetary Policy, Reviewer: Xakousti CHRYSANTHOPOULOU

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch break (Jardin Intérieur – First floor)


14 :00 – 15 :15 Plenary session

Hubert Kempf

(École Normale Supérieure, Cachan)

Monetary Union

(Amphithéâtre – Ground floor)


  15 :15 – 16 :45 Parallel Sessions (1h30)

Session 2a – European Macroeconomics 1

chairman: Samuel LIGONNIERE,  Auditorium- Ground floor

  • Markus EPP and Anastasia GOLUBEVA, Uncertainty and Hysteresis,
  • Maxime FAJEAU, Too much finance or too many (weak) instruments? Reviewer: Samuel LIGONNIERE

Session 2b – European Macroeconomics 2

chairman: Moise SIDIROPOULOS, Amphitheater – Ground floor

  • Bas VAN AARLE, Effects of Brexit on the Irish economy: Estimates from a stylized macroeconomic model
  • Patrick GRUNING, Estimated Fiscal DSGE Model for Latvia
  • Henri  STERDYNIAK, Euro area macroeconomics – where do we stand 20 years later?

 16:45 – 17:15 Coffee break (Jardin Intérieur – First floor)


17:15 – 17:30 Closing remarks: Moïse SIDIROPOULOS (BETA, Strasbourg University)

Venue

Macroeconomics Workshop (Strasbourg) will take place at Collège Doctoral Européen (CDE), located in the campus of University of Strasbourg. This link explains how to get to the College.

Collège Doctoral Européen 

46 Boulevard de la Victoire, 67000 Strasbourg

03 68 85 17 13

  • By Train:

From Train Station (Gare Centrale): Take the tram C into the direction “Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss” and stop at the station “Observatoire”. Please, see city Map.

  • Taxi Information:

The company taxi 13 Phone: + 33 (0)3 88 36 13 13

http://www.taxi13.fr

  • From Entzheim Airport:

From Strasbourg-Entzheim Airport: Take the train from the airport to the central Train Station, for further informations www.sncf.fr . Take the tram C into the direction “Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss” and stop at the station “Observatoire”.

  • From Karlsruhe Baden Airpark:

Take Bus line 205 to Baden-Baden Train station and take the train to Strasbourg Gare Centrale. Shuttles are also available from Baden-Baden Airpark to Strasbourg – Place Austerlitz (see http://www.flightliner.de)

  • Other possibilities:

From Basel-Mulhouse Airport or Frankfurt International Airport with correspondence by train or bus to Strasbourg

  • Further details about public transport:

Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeoise :

http://www.cts-strasbourg.eu/fr/

  • Support and Assistance: 

In case of troubles or urgent help is needed, please contact one of the organizers:

Tel: +33 (0)3 68 85 20 78 (Amélie Barbier-Gauchard)

Tel: +33 (0)3 68 85 20 69 (Secretary)

Accomodation

You will find here different ways to book a room.

Hôtel IBIS STYLE CENTRE PETITE FRANCE***
1 quai de Paris, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 15 17 17
Fax : 03 88 15 17 15
E-Mail : h9085@accor.com

Hôtel de France, BEST WESTERN***
20 rue du Jeu des Enfants, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 32 37 12
Fax : 03 88 22 48 08
E-Mails : hotel@francestrasbourg.com ; Hotel.de.france.sa@wanadoo.fr
Website : www.book-your-hotel.com

HOTEL MERCURE Strasbourg Seant-Jean Petite France
3, rue du Maire Kuss, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 32 80 80
Fax : 03 88 23 05 39
E-Mail : h1813@accor.com

Hôtel LE GRILLON**
2 rue Thiergarten, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 32 71 88
Fax : 03 88 32 22 01
E-Mail : contact@grillon.com

Hôtel IBIS CENTRE GARE***
14 rue du Maire Kuss, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 22 60 40
Fax : 03 88 32 22 25
E-Mail : h6850@accor.com

Hôtel de L’ILL**
8 rue des Bateliers, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 36 20 01
Fax : 03 88 35 30 03
Website : www.hotel-ill.com

Hôtel BALLADINS**
14 rue du Maire Kuss, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 22 60 40
Fax : 03 88 32 22 25
E-Mail : h6850@accor.com

Appart’Hôtel CITADINES Strasbourg Kléber
50 54 rue du Jeu des Enfants, Strasbourg
E-Mail : strasbourg@citadines.com

Hôtel MAISON ROUGE****
4,rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 32 08 60
web site : www.maison-rouge.com

Hôtel AUX TROIS ROSES****
7, rue de Zurich, Strasbourg
Tél : 03 88 36 56 95
web site : hotelroses-strasbourg.com

Hôtel CAP EUROPE
6,rue de Bitche
Tél : 03 88 24 81 24
web site : www.maison-rouge.com