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The annual workshop

The BCAM Annual Workshop facilitates discussions between academics, researchers, students and economists from universities, banks and corporations across the globe.

Since the first Workshop in 2014, we have welcomed many world-renowned speakers who have discussed research modelling issues and presented working papers on a variety of cutting-edge topics in macroeconomics.

Find out more about past BCAM workshops.

2019: The Fifth Annual Workshop

This workshop was held on Friday 14 June 2019, in Room 101, 30 Russell Square.





  • Professor Hubert Kempf (Higher School of Economics) delivered the keynote lecture at the inaugural Workshop on 'The Perils of Sovereign Defaults'.

    Conference papers

    • 'Leaning Against Windy Bank Lending'.
    • 'Securitization and Asset Prices'.
    • 'Quantitative Easing and Bank Lending'.
    • 'The Impact of Uncertainty Shocks under Measurement Error: A Proxy SVAR Approach'.
    • 'Loss Aversion and the Asymmetric Transmission of Monetary Policy'.
    • 'Adaptive Learning, Incomplete Knowledge and Unemployment Volatility'.