IMFS Working Lunch on Big Data with Prof. Matthew Shapiro on October 21

On October 21, Matthew D. Shapiro of the University of Michigan will talk about big data and its implications for central banking in the IMFS Working Lunch series.

Matthew D. Shapiro is Lawrence R. Klein Collegiate Professor of Economics. Shapiro's general area of expertise is macroeconomics with a special emphasis on big data. He is editor of the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.

October 21, 2019
IMFS Working Lunch with Prof. Matthew Shapiro, Ph.D.
Big Data: Implications for Central Banking

12:30-1:30 pm
Room "Commerzbank", House of Finance
Campus Westend, Goethe University Frankfurt

Please register for this event here.