At the Third Research Conference of the Macroeconomic Modelling and Model Comparison Network (MMCN) more than 100 scientists discussed new developments of macroeconomic models and their impact on monetary and fiscal policy.
In a paper published in the “Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Central Banking” Michael Binder, Philipp Lieberknecht, Jorge Quintana and Volker Wieland draw a comparison of the new generation of macroeconomic models.
The ECB and Its Watchers
With an Aachen penny of Charlemagne, Volker Wieland said thank you to Mario Draghi for having attended The ECB and Its Watchers conference so many times during his time as President of the European Central Bank. Current monetary policy issues also gave much to talk about at the 20th edition of the conference.
In an interview in the IMFS Annual Report, IMFS Professor Alexander Meyer-Gohde shares some insights into his research and teaching on financial markets and macroeconomics.