The 7th annual DYNARE Conference (www.dynare.org) will be held in
Atlanta on September 9-10, 2011.
The conference is organized by the Center for Quantitative Economic
Research (CQER) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta together with
DSGE-net and the Dynare project at CEPREMAP.
The DYNARE conference will feature the work of the leading scholars in
dynamic macroeconomic modeling and provide an excellent opportunity to
present your own research results.
Lars Peter Hansen (University of Chicago) and Giorgio Primiceri
(Northwestern University) will be plenary speakers.
Submission of the papers focusing on the following issues is encouraged:
- Model uncertainty and optimal policy;
- Imperfect information and learning;
- Model and parameter identification;
- Occasionally binding financial constraints.
The list is not all-inclusive. Submissions of papers dealing with
different aspects of DSGE modelling and computational methods are all
welcome. Submissions of papers using other software tools than DYNARE or
theoretical contributions are also encouraged.
Complete manuscripts or detailed abstracts should be sent in PDF format
to Hanane Bahala at the following address: hanane.bahala(a)ens.fr
Deadline for submissions is May 15, 2010. Authors of accepted papers
will be informed by June 1, 2011.
- Michel Juillard (Bank of France);
- Daniel Waggoner (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta);
- Tao Zha (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and Emory University).
We apologize for multiple posting.
CEPREMAP - Paris School of Economics
Landline phone: +33 1 40 77 49 90
SIP phone: sebastien.villemot(a)ekiga.net
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The Dynare team is pleased to announce the creation of the Dynare
Working Papers series . The Dynare Working Papers series is intended
for the following kind of contributions:
* methodological papers related to current or forthcoming Dynare
* papers in quantitative macroeconomics whose results (or portion
thereof) have been obtained with the help of Dynare.
Authors are encouraged to submit papers falling into one of the two
aforementioned categories, even if they have already been published in
another working papers series. Note that contributions not directly
related to Dynare, but still pertaining to the fields of numerical
methods or of quantitative macroeconomics, are also welcome.
Submissions should be sent by e-mail to: wp(a)dynare.org. We commit
ourselves to giving a fast and fair editorial decision, but please
forgive us if you do not receive a full-fledged referee report in
The goal of this series being state of the art dissemination, the source
code of computer programs used in the paper should also be included in
the submission (this covers Dynare MOD files and/or any other program,
whether written in MATLAB, Octave, Fortran, C, C++, etc). If the
submission is accepted, the source code will be made publicly available
on our website.
Papers and codes published in the series are automatically added to the
RePEc  database.
We are waiting for your contributions!
Stéphane and Sébastien.