Sobre el Banco

Fourth Annual Research Conference

2829 Septiembre 2021
Madrid (on-line)

Información

El Banco de España tiene el placer de invitarle a asistir a su Cuarta Conferencia Anual de Investigación, que tendrá lugar en formato online los próximos 28 y 29 de septiembre de 2021.

El tema de este año será “Market power in the digital age: measurement, causes, consequences and policies”.

La conferencia cuenta con la participación de destacados académicos como Ufuk Akcigit, Mary Amiti, José Azar, David Baqaee, Corina Boar, Timo Bopart, Chiara Criscuolo, Virgiliu Midrigan, Simon Mongey, Fiona Scott Morton, Jorge Padilla, Michael Peters, Lorenza Rossi, Chad Syverson, Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi, Aleh Tsyvinski, Tommaso Valletti y Mehmet Yorukoglu.

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Ponencias

28 Septiembre 2021
 
14.45 - 15.00
Welcome address: Oscar Arce (Director General for Economics, Statistics and Research, Banco de España)
15.00 - 17.15
Session 1. Firm dynamics and technology

Chair: Olympia Bover (Banco de España).

Style over substance? Advertising, innovation, and endogenous market structure”, Pau Roldan-Blanco (Banco de España).
Discussant: Mehmet Yorukoglu (Koç University)

Quantifying market power and business dynamism”, Simon Mongey ((University of Chicago).
Discussant: Virgiliu Midrigan (New York University).

What happened to US business dynamism?”, Ufuk Akcigit (University of Chicago).
Discussant: Timo Boppart (Stockholm University).

17.15 - 17.45
Break
17.45 - 19.15
Session 2: Inequality

Chair: Pablo Burriel (Banco de España).

Markups and inequality”, Corina Boar (New York University).
Discussant: Aleh Tsyvinski (Yale University).

Monopsony power in higher education: a tale of two tracks", Chad Syverson (University of Chicago).
Discussant: José Azar (IESE).

29 Septiembre 2021
 
15.00 - 17.15
Session 3. Trade and monetary policy

Chair: Pau Roldan-Blanco (Banco de España).

Entry versus rents. Aggregation with economies of scale", David Baqaee (UCLA).
Discussant: Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi (Northwestern University).

Trade protection, stock-market returns, and welfare”, Mary Amiti (Federal Reserve Bank of New York).
Discussant: Michael Peters (Yale University).

Market polarization and the Phillips curve”, Pablo Burriel (Banco de España).
Discussant: Lorenza Rossi (University of Lancaster)

17.15 - 17.45
Break
17.45 - 19.15
Session 4: Policy Panel

Chair:  Jan Eeckhout (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Fiona Scott Morton (Yale University).
Tommaso Valletti (Imperial College, London).
Chiara Criscuolo (OECD).
Jorge Padilla (Compass Lexecon).

19.15 - 19.30
Closing remarks: Pablo Hernández de Cos (Governor, Banco de España)