New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics

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Centre for
Macroeconomics

The New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics

Bringing together researchers to work on policy-oriented projects of international, national and regional macroeconomics. 
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Australasian Conference on International Macroeconomics | Keynote Presentation

The New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics held the inaugural Australasian Conference on International Macroeconomics in Auckland on February 21-22, 2019. The conference brought together experts on international macroeconomics from New Zealand, Australia, the USA, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, the UK, and Sweden. The discussion revolved around topics regarding Chinese external account balances, monetary policy in an international setting, modelling of uncertainty, the effects of financial globalization, as well as exchange rates. The keynote speaker Professor Andrew Rose of the University of California, Berkeley captured everyone’s attention with his presentation ‘Tariffs, Trade and Trump’. You can view the recording of it below. Full details, including presenters’ slides, are available on the conference microsite.

Professor Andrew Rose (UC Berkeley) on “Tariffs, Trade and Trump”

Programme of the Australasian Conference on International Macroeconomics

The inaugural Australasian Conference on International Macroeconomics will be held in Auckland on February 21-22, 2019.

The conference brings together experts in international macroeconomics from the US, UK, Sweden, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. The key areas of discussion will include topics of Chinese external account balances, monetary policy in an international setting, analysis of uncertainty, financial globalization, and exchange rates. The keynote address will be delivered by Prof. Andrew Rose, University of California, Berkeley.

The conference is organized jointly with the Asian Bureau of Financial and Economic Research, and is further sponsored by Massey University, the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, The New Zealand Treasury, and Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis at ANU.

The conference programme is attached below.

Full details are available at: https://sites.google.com/view/acim-2019

The organisers: Martin Berka, Prasanna Gai, Yu-Chin Chen and Efrem Castelnuovo