CAFE aims to promote a unified and rigorous interdisciplinary approach to research in finance that cuts across mathematical finance, econometrics and international macroeconomics. It encourages frontier and applied research and facilitates discussion and dissemination of research by organizing seminars and workshops. Read more.
Authors Alexander Chudik, Kamiar Mohaddes, M. Hashem Pesaran, and Mehdi Raissi discuss how data from the last four decades indicates that high public debt burdens slow growth in the long term. Read more.
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Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi, M. Hashem Pesaran, and Alessandro Rebucci discuss a multi-country approach for analyzing the interaction between uncertainty and economic activity in their new paper entitled, "Uncertainty and Economic Activity: A Multi-Country Perspective". Read more here.
Co-authors Shui Ki Wan, Yimeng Xie, and Cheng Hsiao, "explore the pros and cons of the panel data approach (PDA) and the synthetic control method (SCM)" in their new work entitled, "Panel Data Approach vs. Synthetic Control Method". Read more here.
Professors Hashem Pesaran and Ron Smith's new paper, "presents a Bayesian analysis of the multicollinearity problem for linear regression models with highly collinear regressors" in their work entitled "Posterior Means and Precisions of the Coefficients in Linear Models with Highly Collinear Regressors". Learn about it here.
Chong Shu's new work entitled, "Endogenous Systemic Risks in Financial Networks" examines banks' internal risk taking behavior in a financial network. Find out about it here.
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