Minnesota Macro Conference

The Minnesota Workshop in Macroeconomic Theory is a workshop on dynamic macroeconomic theory sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the University of Minnesota, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. It is held on the campus of the University of Minnesota every summer in late July/early August.

Fifteen papers are presented over three days.

Examples of topics of interest include:

  • Asset Pricing from a General Equilibrium Perspective
  • Credit and Fluctuations
  • Demographic Evolution and its Economic Determinants
  • Depressions and Crises
  • Dynamics of the Income Distribution
  • Dynamics of the Labor Market
  • Dynamics of Housing
  • International Trade and Macroeconomics
  • Monetary Theory/Policy and Welfare
  • Politics and Growth
  • Positive Theory of Policy
  • Search and Matching
  • Technological Change and Growth
  • Theory of Organizations

The Macro Conference has been taking place at the University of Minnesota since 2000.