Thursday, June 2, 2011

Macroeconomics in Santa Barbara

I'm visiting UCSB this week and talking about an agent-based model for the interbank market.

Apart from the excellent weather and general friendly atmosphere in town, I had the extra treat to share an office with Bernt Oksendal, who is also visiting and gave a talk yesterday. Curiously enough, Bernt was only the second most famous Norwegian in the room. I was slightly disappointed, but generally relieved (given the remarks I made about modern macroeconomic theory) by the fact that the most famous one didn't attend my talk today.

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