Real-Time Data Analysis, Methods and Applications Paris, October 14-15, 2021

Banque de France is sponsoring the annual conference on real-time data analysis, methods, and applications in macroeconomics and finance, which will be held on Thursday and Friday, October 14–15, 2021.

Banque de France is sponsoring the annual Real-Time Economics Conference, focused this year on real-time data analysis, methods, and applications in macroeconomics and finance, which will be held on Thursday and Friday, October 14–15, 2021. The conference will bring together leading researchers in real-time analysis of economic data and will cover topics such as real-time macro- and financial econometrics, forecasting, and macroeconomic policy analysis, among others. Our current plan is to have the conference be virtual, rather than in person.

The organizers invite the submission of papers related to such topics as:

  • Nowcasting, forecasting, and real-time monitoring of macroeconomic and financial conditions
  • The use of real-time data in policy formulation and analysis
  • New real-time and high-frequency macroeconomic and financial databases
  • Real-time modeling and forecasting aspects of high-frequency data
  • Real-time modeling and forecasting during the Covid pandemic
  • Machine learning techniques for dealing with large databases
  • Evaluation of data revision and real-time forecasts, including point forecasts, probability forecasts, density forecasts, risk assessments, and decompositions

Both theoretical and applied studies are welcome. Papers of potential interest to statistical agencies and policymakers are encouraged.

Submissions: Papers should be sent to realtimedata@banque-france.fr (please copy magali.marx@banque-france.fr and matteo.mogliani@banque-france.fr as well) before June 27, 2021.

Support: There are no registration or other fees. Conference details will be posted soon at https://www.banque-france.fr/en/real-time-data-analysis-methods-and-applications-paris-october-14-15-2021

Program Committee:

Matteo Mogliani (Banque de France)

• Dean Croushore (University of Richmond)

• Domenico Giannone (Amazon)

• Shaun Vahey (University of Warwick)

• Simon van Norden (HEC Montreal and CIRANO)

Updated on: 03/24/2021 16:29