Just to inform (or remind) you that this year the Dynare Summer School
will be hosted, from June 12 to June 16 2017, by Université Paris Est
Créteil (UPEC). The courses will focus on simulation and estimation of
DSGE models with Dynare. The school will also be the occasion to
introduce the next official major release of Dynare (4.5).
The guest speaker will be Xavier Ragot (OFCE) who will present a new
approach for simulating heterogeneous agents models (with Dynare).
Application informations are available on our website:
Applications should be sent to summerschool(a)dynare.org no latter than
this week (with a CV and a recent research paper).
The 13th annual DYNARE Conference (http://www.dynare.org) will be held
in Tokyo at Univesity of Tokyo on October 28-29, 2017. The conference
is organized by the Keio University and University of Tokyo, together
with Banque de France, DSGE-net, the Dynare project at CEPREMAP, and
JSPS KAKENHI Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) Grant Number 15H01939.
The DYNARE conference will feature the work of leading scholars in
dynamic macroeconomic modeling and provide an excellent opportunity to
present your own research results.
Nobuhiro Kiyotaki (Princeton University) and Tack Yun (Seoul National
University) will be plenary speakers.
Submissions of papers dealing with different aspects of DSGE modeling
and computational methods are all welcome. Papers using other software
tools than DYNARE or theoretical contributions are also encouraged.
Paper submission procedure: please submit a complete manuscript or a
detailed abstract in PDF format at http://dynare.mjui.fr
You need first to create an account on that server.
Deadline for submissions is May 15, 2017. Authors of accepted papers
will be informed by June 5, 2017.
Accepted papers will be automatically considered for publication in
the Dynare Working Papers series (http://www.dynare.org/wp)
conditional on the agreement of the submitter. Note that publication
in the Dynare WP does not prohibit submission to another working paper
Conference organizers: Kosuke Aoki (University of Tokyo), Ippei
Fujiwara (Keio University and ANU), Tomoyuki Nakajima (University of Tokyo),
Stéphane Adjemian (CEPREMAP and Université du Mans), Michel Juillard
(Banque de France).