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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Christopher Busch of the University of Cologne is joining researchers in Edinburgh in November as MacCaLM’s latest visiting fellow
The Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Meeting will take place in Edinburgh in June 2017, hosted by the University of Edinburgh and MacCaLM. Submissions for papers are invited and the conference web-site is live. The deadline for submissions is 15th February 2017.
MacCaLM welcomes its second Visiting Fellow, Helene Turon of the University of Bristol, in October 2016
MacCaLM welcomes its first Visiting Fellow, Olga Gorbachev of the University of Delaware , in June 2016
We’re delighted to announce that we have four fully-funded PhD studentships available in the area of credit and labour market foundations of the macroeconomy commencing in Autumn 2017.
Although its official title is Credit and Labour Market Foundations of the Macroeconomy the project shortname selected is MacCaLM.