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Research Seminars 2019

Jun. 21 (Fri) Hideyuki Takamizawa (Professor, Chuo University)
"How Arbitrage-Free is the Nelson-Siegel Model under Stochastic Volatility?"
May 31 (Fri) Robert Dekle (Professor, University of Southern California)
"Product Dynamics and Aggregate Shocks: Evidence from Japanese Product and Firm Level Data"
May 27 (Mon) Gang Li (Assistant Professor, Toyo University)
"Trade, Resource Use and Pollution: A Synthesis"
May 24 (Fri) Yupana Wiwattanakantang (Associate Professor, National University of Singapore Business School)
"Asset Prices and Corporate Responses to Bank of Japan ETF Purchases"
May 17 (Fri) Robert Dekle (Professor, University of Southern California)
"Chinese Local Government Bond Spreads, Monetary Policy and Misallocation"
Apr. 26 (Fri) Masayuki Keida (Associate Professor, Rissho University)
"The Arts of Central Bank Communication: A Topic Analysis on Words of the Bank of Japan's Governors"
Apr. 18 (Thu) Kengo Nutahara (Professor, Senshu University)
“Why is the Shape of the Laffer Curve for Consumption Tax Different from that for Labor Income Tax?”
Jan. 25 (Fri) Mototsugu Shintani (Professor, University of Tokyo)
“Missing Wage Inflation? Estimating the Natural Rate of Unemployment in a Nonlinear DSGE Model”