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Exchange Rates, Prices and the International Transmission Mechanism
23 - 24 June 2003
Organized with the Banca d'Italia and the Università di Roma Tre.
Corsetti (Università di Roma Tre), Luca Dedola (Banca d'Italia),
and Sylvain Leduc (Federal Reserve Bank) "International
Risk Sharing and the Transmission of Productivity Shocks"
(Banca d'Italia) and Roberto Tedeschi (Banca d'Italia) "Pricing-to-Market
Equations and Market Structure"
(University of California Los Angeles), Martin Eichenbaum (Northwestern
University) and Sergio Rebelo (Northwestern University): "Large Devaluations
and the Real Exchange Rate"
Bacchetta (Studienzentrum Gerzensee) and Eric Van Wincoop (University
of Virginia): "Why do Consumer Prices React Less Than Import Prices to
(Federal Reserve Bank of New York) and Jose Campa (IESE Business School
and Banco de Espana): "Decomposing the Exchange Rate Disconnect Puzzle"
Goldberg (Yale University): "What Can We Learn From Micro Studies on the
Role of Non-traded Distribution Services in Explaining the Low Exchange
Rate Pass-through to Consumer Prices"
(University of Wisconsin): "On the Relationship Between Pass-Through and
Sticky Nominal Prices"
(Northwestern University), Fabio Braggion (European Central Bank) and
Jorge Roldos (International Monetary Fund): "Optimal Monetary Policy in
a Financial Crisis"