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The Cambridge-INET Institute

 

Firms in Macroeconomics

This conference aims to provide an overview of frontier research analyzing the micro-level underpinnings of aggregate technology and aggregate economic performance. The purpose is to create a meeting of frontier researchers in the areas of firm dynamics, inequality, innovation and production networks interested in understanding how micro aspects of production shape economic growth and income distribution. This conference aims to provide an overview of frontier research analyzing the micro-level underpinnings of aggregate technology and aggregate economic performance. The purpose is to create a meeting of frontier researchers in the areas of firm dynamics, inequality, innovation and production networks interested in understanding how micro aspects of production shape economic growth and income distribution.

Organisers: Ufuk Akcigit (Chicago), Nicholas A Bloom (Stanford) Vasco Carvalho (Cambridge), Giammario Impullitti (Nottingham)

Venue: Upper Hall, Jesus College, Cambridge

Event Date: Wednesday 31st August 2016 - Thursday 1st September 2016

Time: 09:00am - 05:00pm

Programme

Tags:

Macroeconomics

Theme: transmission