2012 AEA Annual Meeting Sessions & Continuing Education Webcasts

2012 Annual Meeting Webcasts of Selected Sessions are publicly available. See also: Previous Annual Meeting Webcasts

The Euro

Pictured: "The Euro: Challenges to Improve a Currency Union" session,
Marcus Brunnermeier, Olivier Blanchard & Jordi Gali

The Euro: Challenges to Improve a Currency Union (Panel Discussion) (January 6, 2012):
Olivier Blanchard, Markus Brunnermeier, Jordi Gali, Athanasios Orphanides & Axel A. Weber

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The Political Economy of U.S. Debt and Deficits (Panel Discussion) (January 6, 2012):
Alan Auerbach, Alan Blinder, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Rudolph Penner & Alice Rivlin

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Markets with Frictions (Panel Discussion) (January 8, 2012):
Peter A. Diamond, Philipp Kircher, Dale T. Mortensen, Robert Shimer & Christopher Sims
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What Happened to the U.S. Employment Miracle (Panel Discussion) (January 8, 2012):
Steven J. Davis, Janice Eberly, Henry S. Farber, Lawrence Katz & Robert Shimer
Part 1: View Webcast
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Continuing Education -- 2012

AEA members have the option to view the Continuing Education webcasts below. If you are an AEA member and you do not yet have a username and password, please create an account. If you are not an AEA member, please click for membership information.

International Economics: Gita Gopinath and Gene Grossman

Day One (January 8, 2012):
View Webcasts: Part 1 | Part 2 (AEA members only)
Day Two (January 9, 2012):
View Webcasts: Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7 (AEA members only)
Day Three (January 10, 2012):
View Webcasts: Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 (AEA members only)



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