Events

View all Center for Economic Research events. You can also browse the archive of H.O. Stekler Research Program in Forecasting events.

Upcoming Events

Nov
28
Monday

Past Events

 

 

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FFC/2022: The 24th Federal Forecasters Conference
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Renee Fry-McKibbin (ANU) will present “Measuring Global Interest Rate Comovements with Implications for Monetary Policy Interdependence"
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Juhee Bae (University of Glasgow) will present "Forecasting with Partial Least Squares When a Large Number of Predictors Are Available"
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Live streaming only: Michael Browne (GW Economics Department) will present "Model discovery and forecasting in real time environments"
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In person and live streaming: Anne Morse (Census) will present “Simple versus complex forecasting models: thinking through their pros and cons."
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In person and live streaming: Ross Doppelt (Penn State) will present "Should Macroeconomists Use Seasonally Adjusted Time Series? Structural Identification and Bayesian Estimation in Seasonal Vector Autoregressions."
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In person and live streaming: Julio Ortiz (Federal Reserve) and Constantin Bürgi (UC Dublin) will present "Overreaction Through Expectation Smoothing."
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In person and live streaming, Natsuki Arai (National Chengchi University, Taiwan) will present “The Efficiency of the Government’s Revenue Projections and a Political Cycle."
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In a virtual event, Shahnaz Parsaeian (University of Kansas Department of Economics) will present her research, "Optimal forecast under structural breaks" (PDF).
Virtual Event
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Co-hosted by the GW H.O. Stekler Research Program on Forecasting, this workshop provides a platform to discuss new developments in the field of empirical and applied macroeconomic modelling.