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NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH

SI 2017 Forecasting & Empirical Methods

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Jonathan H. Wright and Allan Timmermann, Organizers

July 11-14, 2017

Longfellow Room

Royal Sonesta Hotel
40 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA

Tuesday, July 11
8:00 am
Coffee and pastries
Econometric Inference
8:30 am
Patrik Guggenberger, University of California at San Diego
Frank Kleibergen, University of Amsterdam
Sophocles Mavroeidis, University of Oxford
A more Powerful Subvector Anderson Rubin test in Linear IV Regression
9:15 am
Jose L. Montiel Olea, New York University
Mikkel Plagborg-Moller, Harvard University
Simultaneous Confidence Bands: Theoretical Comparisons and Recommendations for Practice
10:00 am
Break
Bayesian Modeling
10:30 am
Pooyan Amir Ahmadi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Thorsten Drautzburg, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Identification through Heterogeneity
11:15 am
A. Ronald Gallant, Penn State University
George Tauchen, Duke University
Exact Bayesian Moment Based Inference for the Distribution of the Small-Time Movements of an Ito Semimartingale
12:00 noon
Adjourn and lunch
Wednesday, July 12
8:00 am
Coffee and pastries
Big Data in Forecasting
8:30 am
Rickard Nyman, UCL Centre for the Study of Decision-Making Uncertainty
David Gregory, Bank of England
Sujit Kapadia, Bank of England
Paul Ormerod, University College London
Rickard Nyman, UCL Centre for the Study of Decision-Making Uncertainty
News and Narratives in Financial Systems: Exploiting Big Data for Systemic Risk Assessment
9:15 am
Daniel Wilson, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
The Impact of Weather on Local and National Employment: Using Big Data on Small Places
10:00 am
Break
Factor Models
10:30 am
Elena Andreou, University of Cyprus
Patrick Gagliardini, Università della Svizzera Italiana and Swiss Finance Institute
Eric Ghysels, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Mirco Rubin, University of Bristol
Is Industrial Production Still the Dominant Factor for the US Economy?
11:15 am
Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi, Bank of England
Mohammad Pesaran, University of Southern California
Alessandro Rebucci, Johns Hopkins University and NBER
Uncertainty and Economic Activity: Identification Through Cross-country Correlations
12:00 noon
Adjourn and lunch
Thursday, July 13
8:00 am
Coffee and pastries
Forecasting with Panel Data
8:30 am
Laura Liu, University of Pennsylvania
Hyungsik Moon, University of Southern California
Frank Schorfheide, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Forecasting with Dynamic Panel Data Models
9:15 am
Mathias Drehmann, Bank for International Settlements
Mikael Juselius, Bank of Finland
Anton Korinek, Johns Hopkins University and NBER
Accounting for Debt Service
Macro Modeling and Forecasting
10:30 am
James D. Hamilton, University of California at San Diego and NBER
Why you should never use the Hodrick-Prescott filter
11:15 am
Todd Clark, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Michael McCracken, Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis
Elmar Mertens, Bank for International Settlements
Modeling Time-Varying Uncertainty of Multiple-Horizon Forecast Errors
Friday, July 14
8:00 am
Coffee and pastries
Characteristics and Predictors of the Cross-section of Stock Returns
8:30 am
Joachim Freyberger, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Andreas Neuhierl, University of Notre Dame
Michael Weber, University of Chicago and NBER
Dissecting Characteristics Nonparametrically
9:15 am
Alexander M. Chinco, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Adam Clark-Joseph, University of Illinois
Mao Ye, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and NBER
Sparse Signals in the Cross-Section of Returns
10:00 am
Break
Modeling Macroeconomic Dynamics
10:30 am
Domenico Giannone, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Michele Lenza, European Central Bank
Giorgio Primiceri, Northwestern University and NBER
Economic Predictions with Big Data: The Illusion of Sparsity
11:15 am
Leland Farmer, University of California at San Diego
The Discretization Filter: A Simple Way to Estimate Nonlinear State Space Models
12:00 noon
Adjourn and lunch
 
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