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Annual Conference 2017

The 2017 MacCaLM Annual Conference was held on Wednesday 21st June 2017.We welcome a host of international speakers, for our Policy Forum, arranged by MacCaLM Annual Fellow, Gabor Pinter. Speakers included Adam Szeidl (Central European University), Giancarlo Corsetti(University of Cambridge), Ricardo Reis (London School of Economics) and our keynote speaker was Mark Gertler (New York […]

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John Moore awarded CBE

Professor John Moore recognised in Queen’s birthday honours for services to economics. John Moore, Principal Investigator for the MacCaLM Project and Professor of Economics at the Universities of Edinburgh and LSE, is recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours as a Commander of the British Empire.“This is a very well deserved recognition of John Moore’s deep contribution to […]

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Sveriges Riksbank interview with John Moore

Professor John Moore recently conducted an interview with the Sveriges Riksbank Research Division regarding the work undertaken on the MacCaLM grant. The interview followed Sveriges Riksbank’s annual conference in September 2016, held in collaboration with MacCaLM. In the article, Professor Moore discusses the founding of MacCaLM, the research aims of the project and why these […]

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Annual Fellowships Awarded

MacCaLM is delighted to announce that Paul Muller of the University of Gothenburg , Bjoern Bruegemann of the Free University of Amsterdam and Gabor Pinter of the Bank of England have all accepted annual MacCaLM fellowships.

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Recent and Upcoming Events


BoE-CCBS/MacCaLM 3rd Macro-Finance Workshop

The third edition of this macro-finance workshop will be held in London on June 1-2, 2017. The aim of this workshop is to invite Academics and central bankers from all around the world to present the frontiers of research in macro-finance. The workshop is organized by the Centre for Central Bank Studies (BoE) together with […]

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MacCaLM Policy Forum – London – 30th November, 2016

Client self-service: How can modern technology enable clients in their journey back to work in their own time?

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MacCaLM Riksbank Joint Policy Forum in Stockholm

A Workshop on Challenges in Interconnected Financial Systems was organised by the MacCaLM project and the Sveriges Riksbank in Stockholm in September, 2016.

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MacCaLM Annual Conference

Annual conference of the MacCaLM project was held in Edinburgh on 21 June, 2016.

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