The CopenhagenMacro calendar lists conferences and workshops held at research institutions in the Copenhagen area.
Upcoming events and calls for paper submission
16-17 September 2019: Conference: Danmarks Nationalbank - Deutsche Bundesbank - Norges Bank: The Changing Economy and the Business Cycle: New theory and evidence
10 October 2019: Workshop: Danmarks Nationalbank: Macroeconomic policy analyses with big data
27-28 May 2019: Conference: CopenhagenMacro Days
23-24 May 2019: Conference organized by University of Copenhagen: 20th annual Nordic International Trade Seminar, with financial support from Danmarks Nationalbank
19 November 2018 Conference: Danmarks Nationalbank, Financial Stability - IMF - FRIC:
Macroprudential Policy Conference
8 November 2018: Danmarks Nationalbank: "Workshop on monetary and macroeconomic stability - how can we learn from the past?"
27-28 September 2018 Conference: Danmarks Nationalbank - Deutsche Bundesbank - Norges Bank : Heterogeneous households, firms and financial intermediaries: New theory and evidence
Danmarks Nationalbank 200th Anniversary Conference 7-8 September 2018:
9-12 August 2018 : 12th Nordic Summer Symposium in Macroeconomics sponsored by Riksbank and Danmarks Nationalbank
5-6 October 2017 Conference: Danmarks Nationalbank - Deutsche Bundesbank - Norges Bank: Heterogeneity in Firms, Households and Financial intermediaries: New Developments in Business Cycle Analysis
26 September 2017 Workshop: "Microdata and Macroeconomics"
1-2 June 2017 Conference: CBS - Danmarks Nationalbank - Bruegel Conference: Fiscal Frameworks in Europe: Background and Perspectives
18 November 2016 Systemic Risk Board Conference “Macroprudential Instruments Targeted at the Real Estate Market”
Workshop: "House price bubbles - how to detect, predict and prevent them?", 20 September 2016
Workshop: "The Financial Sector and the Macro Economy", 29 September 2015
Workshop: "Household debt – a challenge for the future?", 24 September 2014
Conference: "The European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Background and Perspectives", April 13-14 2012
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