Economics: ENSAI Hosts a Workshop on Heterogeneous Agent Models

The 31st edition of the ENSAI Economics Days took place on December 7, at ENSAI. Organized by the CREST, together with ENSAI, and Rennes School of Business, the workshop gathered international scholars around the theme of heterogeneous agent models:

Elisabeth Pröhl (Universiteit van Amsterdam), “Existence and Uniqueness of Recursive Equilibria With Aggregate and Idiosyncratic Risk

Morten Ravn (University College London), “The Aggregate Effects of Changes in Market Power in the United States

Gianluca Violante (Princeton University), with Felipe Alves, “Some Like it Hot: Monetary Policy Under Okun’s Hypothesis

Pablo Winant (ESCP Business School and École Polytechnique), “Income Inequality and the Current Account


Organizing committee: Stéphane Auray (ENSAI, CREST, Rennes School of Business) and François Le Grand (Rennes School of Business).

Details on the program, members of the organizing committee can be found at the permanent workshop website. Video coverage will soon be available on ENSAI’s YouTube channel.

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