Dynare Summer School 2020Posted on 31 March 2020
Update Due to the coronavirus outbreak the Summer school is canceled, see announcement here.
Dynare Summer School 2020 will be hosted from July 6-10, 2020 by the Banque de France in Paris, France.
Goals of the Summer School
The school will provide an introduction to Dynare and to Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) modeling.
The courses will focus on the simulation and estimation of DSGE models with Dynare. The school will also be the occasion to introduce the next official major release of Dynare (version 4.6).
The Dynare Summer School is aimed at beginners as well as at more experienced researchers. PhD students are encouraged to participate. Time will be devoted to the (Dynare related) problems encountered by students in their research.
Interested parties can apply by sending a CV and a recent research paper (PDFs only) to email@example.com.
Applications should be submitted no later than April 15, 2020. We will confirm acceptance by April 30, 2020.
People working in organizations that are members of DSGE-net (Bank of Finland, Banque de France, Capital Group, European Central Bank, Norges Bank, Sverige Riksbank, Swiss National Bank) should register via their network representative.
The registration fee (which includes lunches, coffee breaks, and one diner) is €250 for academics and €1750 for institutional members.
- Edward Herbst (Federal Reserve Board of Governors)
The working title of Edward’s presentation is “Advanced Monte Carlo Techniques and the Estimation of DSGE Models.”
- Stéphane Adjemian (Université du Maine)
- Michel Juillard (Banque de France)
- Frédéric Karamé (Université du Maine)
- Marco Ratto (European Commission Joint Research Centre)
- Sébastien Villemot (CEPREMAP)
This workshop is organized with the support of CEPREMAP, Banque de France, and DSGE-net.
Banque de France
31 Rue Croix des Petits Champs
This is a laptop only workshop. Each participant is required to come with his/her laptop with MATLAB R2009b or later installed. We will provide WiFi access, but participants shouldn’t rely on it to access a MATLAB license server at their own institution. As an alternative to MATLAB, it is possible to use GNU Octave (free software, compatible with MATLAB syntax).