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Round Table: Skill-building in Data Science Alejandro Vaisman | ITBA Gustavo Vulcano | UTDT Leandro Lombardi | Fundacin Sadosky Gerardo Licandro | Banco Central del Uruguay Emilio Blanco| Banco Central de Argentina Contributed Paper Session 1 Nowcasting Building Permits with Google Trends Pablo Pincheira | Universidad Adolfo Ibez Nowcasting private consumption: traditional indicators, uncertainty measures, and the role of internet search query data Javier Prez | Banco de Espaa Contributed Paper Session 2 Measuring uncertainty through word vector representations Daniel Aromi | IIEP-UBA A Reconstruction of Argentinas Consumer Price Index using a Dynamic Factor Model Rodolfo G.
Campos | Banco de Espaa Forecasting Multiple Time Series with One-Sided Dynamic Principal Components Ezequiel Smucler | UBA-CONICET and University of British Columbia Contributed Paper Session 3 Forecasting Economic Activity with Mixed Frequency Bayesian VARs Alejandro Justiniano | Chicago FED Uncertain Kingdom: a new framework for nowcasting gdp and its revisions Silvia Miranda-Agrippino | Bank of England Domenico Giannone is Assistant Vice President Macroeconomic and Monetary Studies Function at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Research Fellow of the Centre for European Policy Research (CEPR).
The lectures will then cover applications (both theoretical and empirical) of these models to different subfields of international economics.
Philippe Weil, newly appointed Chair of CEPR’s Euro Area Business Cycle Dating Committee, talks to Viv Davies about the Committee’s recent announcement of a peak in economic activity in the Eurozone in the third quarter of 2011 and that the Eurozone has been in recession since then.
He is currently a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Economic Sciences and is the referee of several academic journals, including the International Journal of Central Banking, the International Journal of Forecasting and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.
D in Mathematics from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana (USA).
He has published papers in mathematical journals such as Manuscripta Mathematica, Mathematische Zeitschrift, Knot Theory and Its Ramifications, The Kobe Journal of Japan, Topology and Its Applications. His interests include Remote Access/Computing/Processing, Data management, Systems Design, Big Data and Game Theory.
Wouter Den Haan (London School of Economics and CEPR), Jesper Lindé (Sveriges Riksbank and CEPR), Junior Maih (Norges Bank) and Dan Waggoner (Atlanta FED) are already confirmed their participation.
The Banque de France and the Euro Area Business Cycle Network are organising a scientific conference dealing with theoretical and empirical advances in monetary policy research.
Nikos Askitas joined IZA as an IT Specialist in March 2000.