As part of MMF2016 we will be offering a specialist one-day course on Tuesday 6 September 2016:
Title: Optimal Monetary Policy and Imperfect Information in DSGE models
Lecturer: P. Levine (University of Surrey) and J. Pearlman (University of Surrey)
This one-day course is aimed at early researchers with knowledge of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium (DSGE) macroeconomic models and some practical experience of Matlab and Dynare. The course is lab-based and will feature practical exercises throughout the day.
Places are limited, so please indicate when you register for the conference if you’d like to attend the course.
Find more detailed information here in the course outline including fees, timetable and instructors profiles.