ATTENDED CONFERENES/WORKSHOPS

From the project’s beginning up to now we have had the opportunity to attend a number of conferences/workshops:

  • FRAME conference: “The EU and Human Rights. Findings from the FRAME Project” Brussels, 26 April 2017
  • ERSA 2017 congress in Groningen, August 2017
  • Finance and Economic Growth in the Aftermath of the Crisis, Milan, 11 – 13 September, 2017
  • University of Kent, 1 November 2017
  • Identification analysis and global sensitivity analysis for Macroeconomic Models, European Commission, JRC Ispra, 22 – 24 November 2017
  • University of Tilburg, 13 December 2017
  • 4th international workshop on SCGE modelling, March 2018
  • OECD workshop on long-term baselines, January 2018
  • FRAME project mid-term conference, January 2018
  • CARISMA conference “Realising the Potential for Climate Change Mitigation Options – Implementing the Paris Agreement in Europe and beyond” Session on Realizing the climate change mitigation potential through Research & Innovation, 6 February 2018
  • Macroeconomic Modelling for R&D and Innovation, European Commission JRC in Brussels, 17 – 18 March, 2018
  • GREEN-WIN Barcelona conference: “Action for Climate – Narratives, Win-Win Solutions and Climate Finance”, Session on climate clubs: The role of innovation as a driver to form climate clubs”, 13 – 14 March 2018
  • Summer School on Structural Dynamic Models: “Methodology and applications of structural dynamic models and machine learning”, University of Copenhagen, 28 May 2018
  • 2nd Conference on Structural Dynamic Models: “Methodology and applications of structural dynamic models and machine learning””, University of Copenhagen, 28 May 2018
  • FTA 2018 – Future in the Making in Brussels,– 5 June 2018
  • EU Sustainable Energy Week,– 8 June 2018
  • MONROE-FRAME workshop at the DG RTD premises in Brussels, 7 June 2018 

    The workshop was attended by participants from DG RTD, DG ECFN, DG REGIO and JRC. Tom Holden has given  a presentation of MONROE DSGE model and its first estimation on data for US and Germany as well as the first policy simulations. Other presentations were given by the members of FRAME project consortium who have presented the structure of their base DSGE model and results of econometric estimations of the knowledge production function using country-level data. 

  • 2nd Research Conference of the CEPR Network on Macroeconomic Modelling and Model Comparison (MMCN) at the Stanford University, 7 – 8 June 2018 

    Tom Holden (University of Surrey) and Jonathan Swarbrick (Bank of Canada) presented the a paper on ‘Business Cycled in Space’, based one of Univerity of Surrey deliverables for the MONROE project. The paper will also presented at the Bank of Canada, CEF conference (in Milan) and the European Meeting of the Econometric Society (in Cologne).

  • ETH Academy on Sustainability and Technology: “Sustainability at the Crossroads: Integrating Technologies, Policies and Strategies for a Sustainable Economy”, ETH in Zurich, 17 – 22 June 2018.
  • CNRS (French National Research) and Jean Monnet European Program: “How to integrate Economic, Energy and Climate in IAM?” in Clermont-Ferrand, 18 – 22 June 2018
  • MONROE Stakeholder workshop, PBL in The Hauge, 29 June 2018 

    The aim of this workshop was to get feedback from stakeholders regarding the first version of the online interactive tool. This tool will be the flagship outcome of the MONROE project and will include results from all models of the MONROE modeling toolkit. Users will be able to perform small policy experiments based on these model result

  • East of England Forecasting Model 2017 Launch, organized by Cambridge Econometrics, Cambridgeshire Insight and the Suffolk Office of Data & Analytics, at Bury Saint Edmunds, 8 August 2018
  • EEA-ESEM, 33rd Annual Congress of the European Economic Association/71st European Meeting of the Econometric Scoiety in Cologne (Germany), 27 – 31 August 2018
  • MONROE baseline scenario for regional-economic development of Europe at NUTS2 and sectoral level for the period 2020-2050 will be presented at the 58th ERSA Congress in Cork (Ireland), 28 – 31 August 2018
  • Summer School on the Empirical Analysis of Innovation in Oligopoly Industries at CEMFI in Madrid, 3 September 2018
  • Bruegel Annual Meetings in Brussels, 3 – 4 September 2018
  • 2018 inno4sd PhD Academy, 17 September 2018 
  • EMP-E conference on​ ‘Modelling Clean Energy Pathways’ in Brussels25-26 September 2018
  • Special session on modelling of R&D and innovation policy as a part of SMARTER Conference on Smart Specialisation and Territorial Development in Seville (Spain), 26 – 28 September
  • Heterogeneous households, firms and financial intermediaries: New theory and evidence, organized by Danmarks Nationalbank,  Deutsche Bundesbank and Norges Bank in Frankfurt am Main, 27-28 September 2018
  • CEPS, Economic Convergence or Divergence in the EU? in Brussels, 9 October 2018. 
  • European Capital Markets Institute Annual Conference on “Sustaining Growth through Innovation in Capital Markets” in Brussels, 10 October 2018
  • FEPS, Renewing Macroeconomic Policy – To Deliver on Convergence and Stability in Brussels, 17 October 2018
  • FRAME Conference, Presentation: “Medium frequencies in non-frontier economics”, 15 October 2018 University of Lund
  • Seminar in International Economic Policy, Presentation “Medium frequencies in non-frontier economics”, 18 October 2018
  • Deutsche Bundesbank, Presentation “Medium frequency cycles in a stationary world”, November 2018
  • Brown Bag Seminar Univeristy of St. Gallen, Presentation “Medium frequencies in non-frontier economics”, 14 November 2018
  • 2nd MONROE Coordination Meeting, Athens, 22 November 2018 
  • The aim of this workshop was the exchange between project partners on progress of work of the MONROE modeling toolkit  and planning of the next steps to finalise the MONROE ONLINE TOOL. 

  • Central Bank of Latvia, Presentation “Medium frequency cycles in a stationary world”, December 2018
  • 1st International European Modern Monetary Theory conference, Presentation: “Macroeconomic modelling for policy analysis in the context of MMT: Insights from the E3ME model”, February 1-2, 2019, in Berlin
  • FRAME Final Policy Conference, Participation, 18-19 February 2019, London, UK