14 and 15 December 2017
Denis Beau, Deputy Governor, Banque de France
Monika Piazzesi (Stanford) with A. Peter and M. Schneider
Chair: Juha Honkkila (ECB)
Fabian Kindermann (University of Bonn), with S. Kohls
Discussant: Michael Haliassos (Goethe University Frankfurt)
Alexandra Steiny (Berkeley), with U. Malmendier
Discussant: Hervé Le Bihan (Banque de France)
Luigi Pistaferri (Stanford) with A. Fagereng, L. Guiso, and D. Malacrino
Martin Schneider (Stanford), with C. Ilut and P. Krivenko
Chair: Frédérique Savignac (Banque de France)
Dynamics: Methods, Estimates and Simulations for France (1800-2014)
Bertrand Garbinti (Banque de France), with J. Goupille-Lebret and T. Piketty
Discussant: Philip Vermeulen (ECB)
E. Gábor-Tóth and D. Georgarakos (ECB)
A. Girshina, T. Mathä and Michael Ziegelmeyer (BCL)
A. Cupák (NBS), P. Fessler, M. Silgoner and E. Ulbrich
Anne Le Lorier (Deputy Governor, Banque de France)
Thomas Piketty (PSE)
Chair: Françoise Drumetz (Banque de France)
Chair: Olivier Garnier (Banque de France)
Changcheng Song (Singapore), with S. Agarwal, M. Hadzic, and Y. Yildirim
Discussant: Tullio Jappelli (University of Naples Federico II)
Stefania Albanesi (Pittsburgh), with G. DeGiorgi and J. Nosal
Discussant: João Cocco (London Business School)
Luigi Guiso (EIEF), with A. Pozzi, A. Tsoi, L. Gambacorta and P. Mistrulli
Gianluca Violante (Princeton), with G. Kaplan
Chair: Oreste Tristani (ECB)
J. Le Blanc and J. Slacalek (ECB)
P. Marek (Bundesbank)
P. Tzamourani (Bundesbank)
Submission deadline: 31 July 2017
The European Central Bank organises a biennial conference on household finance and consumption, with the objective of fostering empirical and theoretical research on how household heterogeneity affects the accumulation of assets and debt, consumption/saving behaviour and the transmission of monetary policy. The focus of the Conference is on research that makes use of household level data, with a special interest in the data from the Household Finance and Consumption Survey (HFCS).
In 2017 the Conference will be organised jointly with the Banque de France and will take place in Paris on 14-15 December. We are actively seeking papers in the following areas, but related areas will also be considered:
The following speakers have confirmed their participation: Luigi Guiso, Monika Piazzesi, Thomas Piketty, Luigi Pistaferri, Martin Schneider and Gianluca Violante.
Authors are welcome to submit extended abstracts or, preferably, full drafts of papers by 31 July 2017 to HFCS@ecb.europa.eu. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by 15 October 2017.
Michael Haliassos (CFS and Goethe University), Tullio Jappelli (University of Naples Federico II), Sébastien Pérez-Duarte (ECB), Frédérique Savignac (Banque de France), Jiri Slacalek (ECB), Oreste Tristani (ECB).
The organisers will cover reasonable travel expenses for those presenting papers and discussants (though participants from National Central Banks and other EU institutions are expected to cover their own expenses).
Banque de France
31 Rue Croix des Petits Champs
75001 Paris, France
Conference Room: Auditorium
Participants are requested to arrange their own transfers from and to the airport, unless indicated otherwise.
Michalis Haliassos (Goethe University Frankfurt)
Tullio Jappelli (University of Naples, Federico II)
Frédérique Savignac (Banque de France)
Jirka Slacalek (ECB)
Oreste Tristani (ECB)