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 Society for Economic Dynamics Program

2002 Meeting
June 28 – 30, 2002
New York University
New York, New York

June 28 Session I

June 28 Session II

June 28 Session III

June 29 Session I

June 29 Session II

June 29 Session III

June 30 Session I

June 30 Session II

June 30 Session III

June 29-3:15 to 5:15 p.m.

Monetary History

Warren Weber, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Banknote Pricing in the Antebellum United States

Antoine Martin, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Endogenous Multiple Currencies

François Velde, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Government Equity and Money: John Law’s System in 1720 France

International Economics and the Depression

Lee E. Ohanain, UCLA
Harold Cole, UCLA, and Ron Leung, University of Minnesota
Real Wages, Deflation, and the World-Wide Great Depression

Amartya Lahiri, UCLA
Carlos Vegh, UCLA
On the Non-Monotonic Relationship Between Interest Rates and the Exchange Rate

Sharon Harrison, Barnard College, Columbia University
Mark Weder, Humboldt University, Berlin
Did Sunspot Forces Cause the Great Depression?

Measuring and Explaining Border Effects

Michael Rolleigh, University of Minnesota
Ron Leung, University of Minnesota and
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Opening to Trade and Firm Selection

Chris Telmer, Carnegie Mellon University
Mario Crucini, Vanderbilt University, and
Marios Zachariadis, Louisiana State University
How Wide is the Border (cont.)?

Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, University of Chicago
A Spatial Model of Trade

Plant Heterogeneity

Raphael Bergoeing, Universidad de Chile
Andrea Repetto, Universidad de Chile
Disaggregated Fluctuations and Policy

Michael Gort, State University of New York at Buffalo
J. Bradford Jensen, U.S. Bureau of the Census, and Seong-Hoon Lee, State University of New York at Buffalo
The Probability of Survival of Industrial Plants

Samuel Kortum, University of Minnesota
Jonathan Eaton, Boston University, and Francis Kramarz, CREST-INSEE
An Anatomy of International Trade: Evidence from French Firms

Business Cycles II

Daniele Coen-Pirani, Carnegie-Mellon University
Microeconomic Inventory Behavior and Aggregate Inventory Dynamics

Aubhik Khan, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Julia K. Thomas, University of Minnesota
Reassessing the Role of Inventories over the Business Cycle

Yi Wen, Cornell University
Tarek Coury, Cornell University
Global Indeterminacy and Chaos in Standard RBC Models

Brian Peterson, Indiana University
Housing Investment and the Business Cycle

Monetary Policy II

Chris Edmond, UCLA
Fernando Alvarez, University of Chicago, and Andrew Atkeson, UCLA
Can a Baumol-Tobin Model Explain the Short-Run
Behavior of Velocity?

Vasso P. Ioannidou, Tilburg University
Charles T. Carlstrom, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland,
and Timothy Fuerst, Bowling Green State University
Monetary Policy and Asset Prices

Nurlan Turdaliev, McGill University
Cheap Talk and Monetary Policy

Filippo Occhino, Rutgers University
Monetary Policy Shocks in an Economy with Segmented Markets

Credit Market Frictions

Neng Wang, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Understanding the Distribution of Earnings, Wealth, and Lifetimes

Stijn Van Nieuwenburgh, Stanford University
Hanno Lustig, Stanford University
Housing and Countercyclical Variation in Risk Premia

Dirk Krueger, Stanford University
Fabrizio Perri, Stern School of Business, New York University
A Quantitative Explanation for the Diverging Trends of Income and Consumption Inequality in the United States from 1980 to 1998

Tom Krebs, Brown University
Incomplete Markets, Borrowing Constraints, and
Consumption Inequality

Structural Estimation of Dynamic Models I

Andrea Moro, University of Minnesota
Alberto Bisin and Giorgio Topa, New York University
A Procedure for Estimating Models with Multiple Equilibria

Ken Wolpin, University of Pennsylvania
Using a Social Experiment to Validate a Dynamic Behavioral Model of Fertility and Child Schooling: Assessing the Impact of a School Subsidy Program in Mexico

Christopher Ferrall, Queen’s University
Explaining and Forecasting Results of The Self-Sufficiency Project

Michael Keane, New York University and Yale University
Antonio Merlo, University of Pennsylvania
A Political Economy Model of Congressional Careers

Dynamic Portfolio Allocation

Andrea Eisfeldt, Northwestern University,
Kellogg School of Management

Smoothing with Liquid and Illiquid Assets

Valery Polkovnichenko, University of Minnesota
Life Cycle Consumption and Portfolio Choice with Additive Habit Formation Preferences and Uninsurable Labor Income Risk

Thomas D. Tallarini, Jr., Carnegie Mellon University
Stanley E. Zin, Carnegie Mellon University
Dynamic Portfolio Choice and Risk Aversion

Alex Michaelides, LSE
Francisco Gomes, London Business School
Life-Cycle Asset Allocation: A Model with Borrowing Constraints, Uninsurable Labor Income Risk and Stock-Market Participation Costs