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Economics Virtual Seminar Calendar: Econometrics

This is an attempt to assemble the many virtual seminar that have appeared now that most people are confined home. This is work in progress and is being continually improved. Suggestions welcome.

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Virtual seminars are listed with earliest days first. They are not ordered within the day, be careful with time zones (Timezone map ).

iCal calendar for Econometrics (7 entries)

"Why replication? How is it done? Where to find replication material? The ReplicationWiki" presented by Gustavo A. Castillo Alvarez and Jan H. Hoeffler
On 2022-09-08 at 18:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
Replicating empirical studies in economics
Fields: Econ Ed, Econometrics, Other
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Additional note: Videos of the webinar talks will be available beforehand so that during the live sessions the focus can be on discussion.
Submitted by Jan H. Hoeffler, seminar id 1338
"Two Sides of the Replication Coin: Ex Post Reproduction and Ex Ante Documentation" presented by Norm Medeiros and Richard Ball
On 2022-09-15 at 18:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
Replicating empirical studies in economics
Fields: Econ Ed, Econometrics, Other
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Additional note: Videos of the webinar talks will be available beforehand so that during the live sessions the focus can be on discussion.
Submitted by Jan H. Hoeffler, seminar id 1340
"Two Sides of the Replication Coin: Ex Post Reproduction and Ex Ante Documentation" presented by Norm Medeiros and Richard Ball
On 2022-09-15 at 18:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
Replicating empirical studies in economics
Fields: Econ Ed, Econometrics, Other
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Additional note: Videos of the webinar talks will be available beforehand so that during the live sessions the focus can be on discussion.
Submitted by Jan H. Hoeffler, seminar id 1341
"Replication in Quantitative Macroeconomics" presented by Robert D. Kirkby
On 2022-09-29 at 18:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
Replicating empirical studies in economics
Fields: Econ Ed, Econometrics, Macro
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract Paper
Additional note: Videos of the webinar talks will be available beforehand so that during the live sessions the focus can be on discussion.
Submitted by Jan H. Hoeffler, seminar id 1344
"Computational Reproductions: Students May Find Them Messier Than Expected" presented by Nate Breznau
On 2022-10-13 at 18:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
Replicating empirical studies in economics
Fields: Econ Ed, Econometrics, Other
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Additional note: Videos of the webinar talks will be available beforehand so that during the live sessions the focus can be on discussion.
Submitted by Jan H. Hoeffler, seminar id 1343
"25th Central Bank Macroeconomic Modeling Workshop (CBMMW)" presented by The Better Policy Project and Banco de la Rep├║blica
On 2022-11-09 at 12:00 UTC-04    iCal calendar entry
25th Central Bank Macroeconomic Modeling Workshop
Fields: Econometrics, Macro, Money
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Webex
Additional note: Call for papers: We invite authors to submit completed papers (preferred) or extended abstracts to DMM-Workshop@banrep.gov.co by July 1
Submitted by Jose Vicente Romero, seminar id 1335
"10th Workshop on Empirical Monetary Economics (2nd day)" presented by Luc Laeven
On 2022-12-07 at 09:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
BdFeco research conferences at Banque de France
Fields: Econometrics, Macro, Money
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Webex
Submitted by Soledad Zignago, seminar id 1347

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