New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics
Providing a Hub to Advance Research in Macroeconomics
Informing Macroeconomic Policy
The New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics
Bringing together researchers to work on policy-oriented projects of international, national and regional macroeconomics.
Call For Papers
The New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics is pleased to announce the inaugural Australasian Conference on International Macroeconomics to be held in Auckland on February 21-22, 2019. 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, and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand.
Professor Andrew Rose (University of California, Berkeley) will be the keynote speaker at the conference.
We welcome submissions on topics related to capital flows, monetary and macro-prudential policies, exchange rates, sovereign debt, and other topics in international macroeconomics.
The authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to submit their contributions to a special issue on International Macroeconomics of the Journal of Economic Surveys (papers in the journal only need to contain a survey component).
Please email your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 30, 2018. Authors of successful submissions will be notified by December 20, 2018. Please indicate whether you wish to have your submission also considered for the special issue of JoES.
The organisers: Martin Berka, Prasanna Gai, Yu-Chin Chen and Efrem Castelnuovo
NZCM Newsletter #1
The goal of the New Zealand Centre for Macroeconomics is to improve the quality of macroeconomic research in New Zealand. By creating a hub, the NZCM hopes to facilitate research interaction between local academics, their interaction with the policy researchers, and aid the development of graduate students in macroeconomics. New Zealand is a prototypical small open economy of many macroeconomic models, open wide to capital and trade flows, with an active policy discourse to promote competitiveness, and a strong history of engagement in the economic development of the Asia-Pacific.
For these reasons, the NZCM starts up with four research programmes: International Economics; Monetary policy, financial stability and macro-financial linkages; NZ macro-economy, productivity and regional development; and Economic growth and development. In addition to organizing regular workshops, NZCM disseminates research of its members by circulating working papers as NZCM working papers, disseminated on our webpage, and in the social media. In the coming months, these are going to be indexed on RePEc for more visibility. We hope to facilitate visits of leading international researchers in macro-related issues to New Zealand and promote the “sharing” of the visitors across member institutions. Much remains to be achieved, and there has been welcome initiatives from the members.