Friday , October 23 2020
Home / Roger Farmer's Economic Window / The Future of Macroeconomics

The Future of Macroeconomics

Summary:
In May of 2018, I was privileged to be invited to participate in an ECB colloquium on the Future of Central Banking and Macroeconomics in honour of Vítor Constâncio. Here is a video of my ten minute discussion of a paper by John Muellbauer.This discussion reflects my thinking on many topics including hysteresis, multiple equilibria ...

Topics:
Roger Farmer considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Scott Sumner writes Once again, China to the rescue!

Scott Sumner writes Utah is not a banana republic

Tim Harford writes Should we really scream at each other about lockdowns before figuring out what the word means?

David writes Four county MA, updated 21 October 2020

The Future of Macroeconomics

In May of 2018, I was privileged to be invited to participate in an ECB colloquium on the Future of Central Banking and Macroeconomics in honour of Vítor Constâncio. Here is a video of my ten minute discussion of a paper by John Muellbauer.

This discussion reflects my thinking on many topics including hysteresis, multiple equilibria and the need for a fundamental shift in direction for the future of macroeconomics and macroeconomic policy.

I have also included a link to the full conference progamme, with videos, here.

Roger Farmer
ROGER E. A. FARMER is a Distinguished Professor of Economics at UCLA and served as Department Chair from July 2008 through December 2012. He was the Senior Houblon-Norman Fellow at the Bank of England, January-December 2013.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *