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John Moore gives Keynote Lecture at CESifo Area Conference

This is a video recording of John Moore’s Keynote Lecture “Credit Horizons” — based on joint research with Nobuhiro Kiyotaki (Princeton) and Shengxing Zhang (LSE) — delivered at the CESifo Area Conference on Money, Macro, and International Finance...

David Miles on the COVID-19 crisis

MacCaLM Co-investigator David Miles has published a recent paper assessing how far the COVID-19 virus might have spread – and the inherent uncertainty about such estimates. The paper “Assessing the Spread of the Novel Coronovirus in The...

Maia Guell elected to Royal Economic Society Council

Congratulations to MacCaLM Co-investigator, Maia Guell, who has been elected to the the Royal Economic Society Council for 2020-2025. The Royal Economic Society (RES) is one of the oldest and most prestigious economic associations in the world...

Update on Seminars and Events

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and to be compliant with current government advice, many of our upcoming seminars and events will be postponed or cancelled. This includes the MacCaLM Summer Programme 2020. Please check our website and...

MacCaLM 2019

We’ve had a fantastic year in 2019 at MacCaLM, with a busy schedule of seminars and events, as well as new leading researchers joining the team to contribute to our goal to find out how malfunctions in labour and financial markets contribute to...

Intangibles, Inequality and Stagnation event

On Thursday 28 November, Professor Nobuhiro Kiyotaki will visit Edinburgh to present his recent paper Intangibles, Inequality and Stagnation. This paper examines how aggregate output and income distribution interact with accumulation of intangible...

Mike Elsby a new Director of The Review of Economic Studies

Congratulations to Mike Elsby on his appointment as a Director of The Review of Economic Studies, one of the most prestigious economic journals in the world. The Review was founded in 1933 by a group of young British and American Economists. It is...

Philipp Kircher awarded IZA Young Labour Economist Award

We are delighted to announce that Professor Philipp Kircher has been awarded the 2019 IZA Young Labour Economist Award. Professor Kircher, who shares the honour with Leah Platt Boustan (Princeton University), was awarded the prize for his work on...

An Evening with John Moore

In March, MacCaLM Principal Investigator, John Moore, took part in the School of Economics’ first ‘An Evening with’ series. Moore presented his paper ‘Evil is the Root of all Money’ to 180 staff and students. Below is...