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52nd MMF Annual Conference 

The Money Macro and Finance Research Group will hold their 52nd Annual Conference of the Money, Macro and Finance Society on 1st - 3rd September 2021, at Clare College, Cambridge. More details of this event can be found on the MMF Conference website.

Event Date - Wednesday 1st September 2021 - Friday 3rd September 2021

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Monetary

Macroeconomics

Financial Economics



Call for Papers - Deadline 15th May 2020 

Paper proposals are invited for the 51st Annual Conference of the Money Macro and Finance Society, from academic, government and business economists in any area of monetary, macro and financial economics. The conference will be held at Clare College, Cambridge, on 1st-3rd September 2020. The deadline for this call is 15th May 2020.

Published on - Tuesday 25th February 2020

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Monetary

Macroeconomics

Financial Economics



The (Political and Financial) Economics of Transformational Technology 

Bill Janeway will give a talk on "The (Political and Financial) Economics of Transformational Technology" at Wolfson College, Cambridge, on Wednesday 5th June 2019, from 6.00pm - 7.15pm. Please book a place.

Event Date - Wednesday 5th June 2019

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Political Economics

Financial Economics

Transformation

Technology



J M Keynes Fellowship Fund Lectures 

Professor Vasco Carvalho will give a talk on "Networked Perspectives on the Macroeconomy" as part of the J M Keynes Fellowship Fund's evening of special lectures. The event will take place on Thursday 21 February 2019, between 17.30-19.30pm, in the McCrum Lecture Theatre, Cambridge and will featuring five of the Fund's distinguished Fellows speaking about their innovative research in the field of financial economics.

Event Date - Thursday 21st February 2019

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Keynes

Networks

Macroeconomy

Financial Economics



Three New Postdoctoral Fellows Appointed  

We are pleased to announce that Cambridge-INET has just appointed three new Postdoctoral Fellows, Soheil Mahmoodzadeh, Mikhail Safronov and Chen Wang. Read More>>

Published on - Monday 23rd March 2015

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Financial Economics

Microeconomics

Statistics




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