CATE workshop on applied and theoretical econometrics

The Centre for Applied and Theoretical Econometrics (CATE), with support from the Centre for Applied Macro- and Petroleum Economics (CAMP), is organising a workshop on applied and theoretical econometrics.

  • BI Norwegian Business School, 12 December 2017, Room A2-015

  • Program:

    09.00-09.10 Opening remarks

    09.10-09.40 Local Emissions Affect Local Climate: Attribution, Impacts, and Policy, by Felix Pretis (University of Oxford)

    09.40-10.10 Equation-by-Equation Estimation of Multivariate Periodic Electricity Price Volatility (PDF), by Genaro Sucarrat (BI Norwegian Business School)

    10.10-10.20 Coffee break

    10.20-10.50 The winds of change: The effect of wind power investments on rural labor markets (slides), by Johannes Mauritzen (BI Norwegian Business School)

    10.50-11.20 Asymmetric effects of monetary policy in regional housing markets (PDF), by Andre Anundsen (Norges Bank)

    11.20-11.30 Coffee break

    11.30-12.00 The versatility of the MCEM algorithm in econometrics, by Christian Brinch (BI Norwegian Business School)

    12.00-12.30 On the partial sum process of ARMAX residuals, by Steffen Grønneberg (BI Norwegian Business School)

    12.30-13.30 Lunch

    Last updated 12 December 2017