VIRTUAL MUNICIPAL FINANCE WORKSHOP SPRING 2021
Welcome to the Virtual Municipal Finance Workshop! The purpose of this workshop is to bring together junior and seasoned academics to present and discuss research on contemporary issues in municipal finance, a fast-growing subfield of finance which tackles important issues for local governments and “main street” investors.
The schedule of presentations is provided below. Each workshop presentation will take place on Wednesday from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EDT during the Spring 2021 semester. Presenters will be provided with 45 minutes to present their research, and audience members can ask questions at any time through the chat window or their microphone. The final 15 minutes of the hour is reserved for additional questions from the audience. A link to each paper can be found by clicking on the title of the paper. The presenter of each paper is indicated in bold. Participants can access the virtual Zoom session using the “Event Registration” link provided for each week.
Questions can be directed to the seminar co-organizers, Pengjie Gao from the University of Notre Dame(email@example.com), Dermot Murphy from the University of Illinois at Chicago (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Daniel Garrett from the University of Pennsylvania (email@example.com). Please click here if you would like to subscribe to the Virtual Municipal Finance Workshop newsletter, which provides weekly updates about upcoming workshop presentations.
Yi Li, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Maureen O’Hara, Cornell University
Xing (Alex) Zhou, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Andrew Haughwout, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Benjamin Hyman, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Or Shachar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Dario Cestau, IE Business School
Richard C. Green, Carnegie Mellon University
Burton Hollifield, Carnegie Mellon University
Norman Schürhoff, University of Lausanne, SFI, CEPR
Martin J. Luby, University of Texas at Austin
Peter Orr, Intuitive Analytics
Richard Ryffel, Washington University in St. Louis
Keqi Chen, Tsinghua University
Yi Huang, The Graduate Institute of Geneva
Kathy Yuan, London School of Economics and Political Science
Hao Zhou, Tsinghua University
William Baber, Georgetown University
Amanda Beck, Georgia State University
Allison Koester, Georgetown University