2019 Dynare conference announcement.

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title: "Dynare Conference 2019"
date: 2019-02-06
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The 15th annual DYNARE Conference
([dynare.org](https://www.dynare.org)) will be held at the Univeristy
of Lausanne, Switzerland, on September 9-10, 2019. The conference is
organized by HEC Lausanne, together with Banque de France, DSGE-net
and the Dynare project at CEPREMAP.
The DYNARE conference will feature the work of leading scholars in
dynamic macroeconomic modeling and provide an excellent opportunity to
present your own research results.
Morten Ravn (University College London) and Gianluca Violante (Princeton University) will be plenary speakers.
This year’s conference focuses on “heterogeneity” of e.g. households,
firms, information, expectations, banks and financial intermediaries,
etc. Submissions of papers dealing with different aspects of DSGE
modeling and computational methods are welcome. Papers using other
software tools than DYNARE or theoretical contributions are also
encouraged.
Paper submission procedure: please submit a complete manuscript or a
detailed abstract in PDF format at
[http://dynare.mjui.fr](http://dynare.mjui.fr) You need first to
create an account on that server if you don't have one from last year.
Deadline for submissions is May 15, 2019. Authors of accepted papers
will be informed by June 15, 2019.
Accepted papers will be automatically considered for publication in
the Dynare Working Papers series (http://www.dynare.org/wp)
conditional on the agreement of the submitter. Note that publication
in the Dynare WP does not prohibit submission to another working paper
series.
Contact: [conference@dynare.org](mailto:conference@dynare.org).
Conference organizers: Stéphane Adjemian (U. du Mans), Philippe
Bacchetta (U. Lausanne), Kenza Benhima (U. Lausanne), Florin Bilbiie
(U. Lausanne), Michel Juillard (Banque de France), Simon Scheidegger
(U. Lausanne).
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