Conferences

CONFERENCES
“Granger-causality of real oil prices after the Great Recession”, 2018, with Szilard Benk; Gillman presented at International Symposium on Environment & Energy Finance Issues, 24 & 25 May 2018, Paris, France, with Lutz Kilian plenary.
Keynote Speaker, 7th Business & Management Conference, The International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences, June 5 – 8, 2018 at the Central European University, Budapest, Hungary; presenting “Granger Causality of Real Oil Prices after the Great Recession”.
2018 ASSA Annual Meeting, Chicago, 5-7 January 2018; presented in Topics in Energy Issues, Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM, Marriott Philadelphia Downtown, Meeting Room 308, Hosted By: Transportation and Public Utilities Group & American Economic Association, Chair: Ian Lange, Colorado School of Mines, “Granger Causality of Real Oil Prices After the Great Recession” coauthored with Szilard Benk (Director of Research, National Bank of Hungary, Budapest).
Attended, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Fall Econometrics Workshop, on October 20, 2017.
Presented “A Monetary Theory of Observational Equivalence with the Taylor Principle”, 4th Annual Conference of the Society for Economic Measurement, the Samberg Center, MIT, Chang Building (E52), 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA, on July 26 – 28, 2017; , co-sponsored by the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy; coauthored with Szilard Benk (MNB, Hungary), Ceri Davies (Birmingham U., UK), and Michal Kejak (CERGE-EI, Prague).
Presented “Tuning in RBC Growth Spectra” for the program of the Society of Economic Dynamics 2017 Conference in Edinburgh, June 22-24, 2017; Session 166: Business Cycles, June 24, 2017 15:45 to 17:15, David Hume Tower: LG.09; coauthored with Szilard Benk; Tamas Csabafi; Jing Dang; Michal Kejak.
“Tuning in RBC Growth Spectra” to the 2017 North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society, at Washington University in St. Louis, June 15-18, 2017, accepted for presentation, Session 6: Business Cycles, June 15, 2017 13:30 to 15:00, Seigle Hall Room 204.  Csabafi presented; coauthored with Szilard Benk; Tamas Csabafi; Jing Dang; Michal Kejak.
Attended, Economic Growth and Policy Conference 2017: Frontier Issues in Macroeconomics, 13-14 May 2017, MHL 405, Durham University Business School, UK.
The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Spring Econometrics Workshop on April 14, 2017.
Presented “Using Historical Perspect ive of Keynesian vs Neoclassical Macroeconomics when Teaching Principles”, Friday, February 24 at 2:30, The 28th Annual Conference of Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom based Research, at Robert Morris University, Pittsburgh, February 24-25, 2017; sponsored by Higher Ed Group McGraw-Hill Education.
2017 ASSA Annual Meeting, Chicago, 6-8 January 2017.
Cato Institute’s 34th Annual Monetary Conference: Central Banks and Financial Turmoil”, 17 November 2016.
14th Annual Professors Conference: Teaching and Learning Economics in the College Classroom; St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, 3-4 November 2016; presenting “Using Historical Perspective of Keynesian vs Neoclassical Macro in teaching Principles: textbook approach plus Econlowdown Modules”.
The Missouri Valley Economic Association 53rd Annual Conference, October 27-29th, 2016; discussant of paper;  Csabafi presenting “A Simple Theory of Structural Transformation”.
Becker Friedman Institute’s Conference in Honor of Robert E. Lucas Jr. 7-8 October 2016, Chicago.
St. Louis Fed, Applied Time Series Econometrics Workshop- Fall 2016, 30 September; attended.
Swiss National Bank Research Conference, 23-24 September, 2016, presented Comment on Measuring the Natural Rate of Interest, by Williams et al.
Swiss National Bank, Karl Brunner Centenary Event: 100th Anniversary Conference in Honor of Karl Brunner, 22 September 2016; attended.
Manchester University, The Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research, eighth conference on Growth and Business Cycle in Theory and Practice, 7-8 July 2016; Csabafi presented “Tuning in RBC growth spectra”.
Manchester University, The Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research, eighth conference on Growth and Business Cycle in Theory and Practice, 7-8 July 2016; Tsoukis presented “Hyperbolic discounting and growth without commitment: On the resolution of time inconsistency under continuous time”.
Durham University Center for Economic Growth and Policy, 14-15 May 2016; presented “Tuning in RBC growth spectra”.
St. Louis Advances in Research (STLAR) Conference Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Thursday and Friday, April 7-8, 2016.
St. Louis Fed, Homer Jones Memorial Lecture on April 6, 2016 with guest speaker Larry Summers.
Hammond Institute for Free Enterprise: A Monetary Policy Throwdown — Is the Fed Misguided? April 13, 2016; panel member.
11th Annual Economics Teaching Conference, presenting, “A Monetary Policy Primer: U.S.’s Great Depression”, November 5-6, 2015, Dallas.
St. Louis Fed, Applied Time Series Econometrics Workshop- Fall 2015 — October 30, 2015.
Missouri Valley Economics Association, October 22-24, 2015, Kansas City, presented “Growth Cycles: Theory and Evidence of the Determinants of Growth”.
Missouri Valley Economics Association, October 22-24, 2015, Kansas City, co-author Tamas Csabafi presented “Tuning in Real Business Cycle Growth Spectra”.
Missouri Valley Economics Association, October 22-24, 2015, Kansas City, Discussant of paper: “More on Economic Freedom and Political Ideology”.
St Louis Fed, 40th Annual Fall Conference, October 15-16, 2015.
Hyperbolic discounting and growth: On the resolution of time inconsistency under continuous time Max Gillman, Frédéric Tournemaine, Christopher Tsoukis (presenting), 16th Annual Conference of Public Economic Theory Association Conference (PET 15), Luxembourg, 1-4 July 2015.
“Determinants of Growth: The Return on Human and Physical Capital”, 21st International Panel Data Conference, Budapest Hungary, presented by Gillman; 29-30 June 2015.
“US Monetary Policy Cointegration with Endogenous Markov-Switching VECM Regimes”, Gillman, M and Ghiani, Giulia, First World Congress of Comparative Economics, Rome, Italy; presented by Ghiani; 25-27 June 2015
The Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association (NOeg), University of Klagenfurt, Austria, presented “US Monetary Policy Cointegration with Endogenous Markov-Switching VECM Regimes”; 5-6 June 2015,
“US Monetary Policy Cointegration with Endogenous Markov-Switching VECM Regimes”, Gillman, M and Ghiani, Giulia; 2015 Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis Money and Finance Workshop “The Great Recession: Moving Ahead”, presented by Ghiani; Rimini – Palacongressi, Italy; May 21-22, 2015,
Centre for Economic Growth & Policy Conference; Gillman presented “US Monetary Policy Cointegration with Endogenous Markov-Switching VECM Regimes”; 16-17 May 2015;
1-3 May 2015, “A Simple Theory of Structural Transformation”, Gillman, Max, Washington University, Midwest Macroeconomics Conference; presented by Gillman.
10-12 April 2015, “A Simple Theory of Structural Transformation”, Gillman, Max, Ohio State University, Midwest Theory Conference; presented by Gillman.
December 6-8, 2014, “US Monetary Policy Cointegration with Endogenous Markov-Switching VECM Regimes”, Gillman, M and Ghiani, G and M. Kejak; 8th International
Conference on Computational and Financial Econometrics (CFE 2014). University of Pisa; presented by Giulia Ghiani.
September 17-19, 2014, “US Monetary Policy Cointegration with Endogenous Markov-Switching VECM Regimes”, Gillman, M and Ghiani, G; 46th Annual Conference of the
Money, Macro and Finance Research Group (MMF 2014). University of Durham Business School; presented by Giulia Ghiani, with Hayek finding.
August 25 to 29, 2014, “Uncertainty Shocks Through Learning about Disaster Risk: Joint Implications for Stocks and Bonds” Max Gillman Michal Kejak, Michal Pakos, at the European Meeting of the Econometric Society (2014), Held at the Toulouse School of Economics, Toulouse, France; presented by Michal Kejak.
June 29 – July 2, 2014, “Uncertainty Shocks Through Learning about Disaster Risk: Joint Implications for Stocks and Bonds” Max Gillman Michal Kejak, Michal Pakos, Multinational Finance Association , Prague, Czech Republic; presented by Michal Pakos.
June 26-28, 2014, “Uncertainty Shocks Through Learning about Disaster Risk: Joint Implications for Stocks and Bonds” Max Gillman Michal Kejak, Michal Pakos, at the International Association for Applied Econometrics,Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK; presented by Michal Pakos .
June 22 – 24, 2014, “A General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money: with VECM MSIAH Markov-Switching Evidence”, by Giulia Ghiani, Max Gillman, Michal Kejak; Society for Computational Economics 20th International Conference on Computing in Economics and Finance, Oslo, Norway; presentation, by Giulia Ghiani with Hayek finding.
June 19-22, 2014, “Uncertainty Shocks Through Learning about Disaster Risk: Joint Implications for Stocks and Bonds” Max Gillman Michal Kejak, Michal Pakos, North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society, University of Minnesota; presented by Pakos.
June 19-22, 2014, “Real Business Cycles, Human Capital and Endogenous Growth: Persistence, Volatility and Labor Puzzles”, by Szilard Benk, IMF, Tamas Csabafi, Cardiff Business School Jing Dang, SGCC, China; Max Gillman, Unversity of Missouri, St Louis; CERGE-EI Michal Kejak, CERGE-EI, The North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society, University of Minnesota; presented by Kejak.
May 30 – June 1, 2014, “Real Business Cycles, Human Capital and Endogenous Growth: Persistence, Volatility and Labor Puzzles”, by Szilard Benk, IMF, Tamas Csabafi, Cardiff Business School Jing Dang, SGCC, China; Max Gillman, Unversity of Missouri, St Louis; CERGE-EI Michal Kejak, CERGE-EI, Spring 2014 Midwest Macro Conference, The University of Missouri, Columbia, presented by Gillman .
March 28-29, 2014, “A General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money: with VECM MSIAH Markov-Switching Evidence”, Giulia Ghiani and Max Gillman, Missouri Economics Conference, University of Missouri, Columbia; presented by Gillman

Royal Economic Society Annual Conference, Royal Holloway, UK, April 3-5, 2013; “Deriving the Taylor Principle when the Central Bank Supplies Money”, with Michal Kejak and Ceri Davies; presented by Ceri.

Missouri Economics Conference, University of Missouri at Columbia and St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, 22-23 March, 2013; presenting “Deriving the Taylor Principle when the Central Bank Supplies Money”, with Michal Kejak and Ceri Davies; Columbia.
Durham Business Cycle and Growth Center conference, 16-17 March 2013; Real Business Cycles with a Human Capital Investment Sector and Endogenous Growth: Persistence, Volatility and Labor Puzzles, with Dang and Kejak.
American Economic Association Meetings, January 2013, San Diego, Paper accepted for poster presentation, “Jing Dang, Max Gillman and Michal Kejak, Real Business Cycles with a Human Capital Investment Sector and Endogenous Growth: Persistence, Volatility and Labor Puzzles”.
“Sixty Years Since Baumol – Tobin: A Celebration, September 28th-29th 2012, New York University.
“Conference on Fiscal Policy and Cooperation in Europe”, National Bank of Slovakia, 13-14 September 2012, Bratislava; presentation, “Deriving the Taylor Principle when the Central Bank Supplies Money”, FEBS conference, London; for special issue of Journal of Banking and Finance; 7-8 June, 2012.
American Economic Association 2012 National Conference on Teaching Economics and Research in Economic Education, presenting “Deriving AS-AD within the Standard Dynamic Neoclassical Model in order to Explain Business Cycles to Undergraduates”, Boston, 30 May to 1 June 2012.
Quantitative Economics Doctorate annual PhD conference, 4-5 May, 2012, Copenhagen;

Paper presentation, “An Explanation of Feldstein-Horioka with Factor Price Equalization”, with Joe Pearlman, Conference on Global Firms, Global Finance and Global Inequalities, Loughborough University, April 25 – 26, 2012.

Swiss National Bank conference, 23-24 September, 2011, invited to comment on a paper by B.T. McCallum.
Money, Macro and Finance 43rd Annual Conference, Birmingham Business School, 15-17 September 2011, presented “Real business cycles with a human capital investor sector and endogenous growth: Persistence, volatility and labor puzzles”.
CEPR-EBC-HEC-NYSE/Euronext-RoF Conference on Financial Intermediation and the Real Economy, 22-23 August 2011, Paris.
“Advances in Economic Growth Conference, Scottish Institute for Research in Economics (SIRE) 18th -19th August 2011, University of St. Andrews; presented “Dynamic Taylor Condition within an Endogenous Growth Monetary Economy”, with Michal Kejak.
Sixth Conference on Growth and Business Cycles in Theory and Practice, 30th June — 1st July 2011, Manchester University; presenting “Real business cycles with a human capital investor sector and endogenous growth: Persistence, volatility and labor puzzles”.
Durham Business School, Growth and Business Cycle Center Conference, 11-12 March 2011, presenting paper on “A Simple Theory of Structural Transformation”.

European Monetary Forum, York University, 4-5 March, 2011.

Conference in Honor of Gary S Becker, 11 February 2011, invitation only, invited participant, University of Chicago Law School.
Swiss National Bank, “Monetary Policy after the Financial Crisis,” 24/25 September 2010.
41st Konstanz Seminar on Monetary Policy, invited participant; May 18 – May 21, 2010; presented Comments on two papers: “Firm-Specific Productivity Risk over the Business Cycle: Facts and Aggregate Implications”, by Christian Bayer and Ruediger Bachmann, and “Relative price distortions and inflation persistence”, by Charles Nolan and Tatiana Damjanovic.
Durham Business School, Growth and Business Cycle Conference, presented “Oil Prices and Endogenous Growth”, 4-6 December 2009; Comment on “Interest Rate Shocks, Labor Market Search and Emerging Market Business Cycles”, Altug and Poyraz.
Swiss National Bank Conference, “Financial Markets, Liquidity, and Monetary Policy”, 25-26 September, 2009; commented on a paper; Zurich. Paper: “Liquidity, Innovation and Growth,” by A. Berentsen et al.
EEA-ESEM 2009 Meetings, Barcelona, Presented “US Volatility Cycles of Output and Inflation, 1919-2004: A Money and Banking Approach to a Puzzle,” August 23-28, 2009. And Chair of my Session: “Business Cycles: Volatility and the Great Moderation, Event/Category: EEA, Wednesday 26 August 2009, 12:00 – 14:00.
Presented “Teaching modern general equilibrium macroeconomics to undergraduates: using the same mathematics required for advanced research”, 9-10 September 2009:
Fifth International Developments in Economics Education (DEE) Conference, Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre; The Economics Network.
Brunel Macro Conference, presented In‡ation, Human Capital and Tobin’s Q, 1 July 2009.
Presented “Inflation, Investment and Growth: a Money and Banking Approach”, 25-26 June 2009, Center for Growth and Business Cycle Research 2009 Conference, University of Manchester.
26th Symposium on Money, Banking and Finance, University of Orléans, France, 25-26th June 2009, Volatility Cycles of Output and Inflation, presented by Szilard Benk.
“The macroeconomy and financial systems in normal times and in times of stress”, conference by Deutsche Bundesbank and Banque de France, 08-09 June 2009, in Gouvieux-Chantilly, France.
Konstanz Seminar on Monetary Policy, invited participant, May 26-29, 2009; invited to comment on a paper by Reynard and Schabert.
ASSA meetings in San Francisco, 3-5 January 2009; hiring for Cardiff University.

European Monetary Forum 2008 annual conference, Leuven; presenting “A General Equilibrium Nesting of Taylor Rules, November 14-15.

Money, Macro and Finance 2008 annual conference, University of London, Birkbeck; presenting “Volatility Cycles of Output and Inflation”, September 10-12.
Center for Dynamic Economic Analysis 2008 annual conference, University of St. Andrews; presenting “The Optimum Quantity of Money with Gold Reserves”, 3rd-5th September 2008.
Society for Economic Dynamics, 2008 annual conference, Cambridge, Mass; presenting “Volatility Cycles of Output and Inflation”, July 10-12.
Monetary Policy Conference: Contemporary Challenges, University of Birmingham, May 9, 2008, presented “An endogenous Taylor condition in an endogenous growth monetary policy model” (with Patrick Minford and Mai Vo Le).
American Economic Association Meetings January 4-6, 2008, hiring for Cardiff Business School Lecturer, New Orleans.
International Economics Association 2008 15th World Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, on June 25-29, 2008; Szilard Benk presenting “Volatility of Output and Inflation Cycles: A Good Shock, Bad Shock Story”.
European Monetary Forum, organized by Patrick Minford, 16-17 November, 2007, Cardiff; presenting ” Monetary Effects on Oil and Gold Prices”.
Fourth Annual Workshop on Current Topics in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy, Institute of Advanced Studies, 5-6 October, 2007, Vienna; our paper “Accounting for Corruption: The Effect of Tax Evasion and Inflation on Growth”, to be presented by my co-author Michal Kejak, while I am discussing “Tax Rates, Governance and Informal Economy in High Income Countries,” by Zoe Kuehn.
On the Sources of Macroeconomic Stability, 13-14 September, Bank of England, London; presented “Volatility of Output and Inflation: A Good Shock, Bad Shock Story”, 2007.
Money, Macro and Finance 2007 Conference, 12-14 September, University of Birmingham; presented “Monetary Effects on Oil and Gold Prices” (12 September).

Center for Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis 2007 Conference, 5-6 September, University of St. Andrews; presented “Inflation, Financial Development and Human Capital -Based Endogenous Growth: an Explanation of Ten Empirical Findings”.

European Economic Association 2007 Conference, 26-30 August, Budapest, attended, Central European University.

Center for Growth and Business Cycle Research 2007 Conference, 12-13 July, University of Manchester; presented “The Moderation of Output and Inflation: A Good Shock, Bad Shock Story”.
Society for Economic Dynamics 2007, June 28-30, Prague, attended.
Conference at the University of Chicago honoring the contributions of Robert E. Lucas, Jr., 26-29, April 2007.
American Economic Association Meetings 2007, 4-6 January 2007, Chicago.
European Monetary Forum 2006, November 17-18, Dutch National Bank in Amsterdam; Nijenrode University, Amsterdam; presented “Depression, War, Stagflation, and Moderation: the Effect of Money and Credit on Output and Velocity in an Endogenous Growth Business Cycle”.
Money, Macro and Finance Research Group 38th Annual Conference, September 13-15, 2006; presented “The Interaction of Inflation and Financial Development with Endogenous Growth”, York University.
Centre for Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis Conference, School of Economics and Finance, University of St Andrews, September 6-8, 2006; presented “Money Velocity in an Endogenous Growth Business Cycle with Credit Shocks”.
7th Workshop of the Euro Area Business Cycle Network (EABCN) “Estimation and Empirical Validation of Structural Models for Business Cycle Analysis”, EABCN/CEPR, Swiss National Bank, 29-30 August, 2006; presented a comment on “Euro-Dollar Real Exchange Rate Dynamics in an Estimated Two Country Model”, by P Rabanal and V Tuesta.
Econometric Society European Meetings, August 24-28, 2006, Vienna; presented “The Interaction of Inflation and Financial Development with Endogenous Growth”.

Workshop on Macroeconomics and Financial Economics/Econometrics,12-13 June,

Brunel University; presentation on “Accounting for Corruption: Tax Evasion and Inflation Avoidance in an Endogenous Growth Economy”.
CEPR-EABCN conference, “Productivity and the Business Cycle: Evidence for Europe and the US”, Bank of Finland, Helsinki, 28-29 November 2005; by invitation, presented a comment on a paper.
Centre for Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis Conference, School of Economics and Finance, University of St Andrews, 9th-10th September 2005; presented “Accounting for Corruption: Tax Evasion and Inflation Avoidance in an Endogenous Growth Economy.”
Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Meeting, at Central European University and the Hungarian Academy of the Sciences, 23-25 June, 2005, Budapest; presented “The Interaction of Inflation and Financial Development with Endogenous Growth”.
Local Co-Host, Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Meeting, at Central European University and the Hungarian Academy of the Sciences, 23-25 June, 2005, Budapest.

36th Konstanz Seminar on Monetary Theory and Policy, 10-13 May, 2005; panel discussant.

European Monetary Forum, March 12th, 2005, York University; paper presentation “The Interaction of Inflation and Financial Development with Endogenous Growth”.
Bundesbank Workshop: “Applied economic research at central banks”; comment on output gap paper by Zeman; paper presentation on “Inflation and Economic Growth”; 31 January- 2 February, 2005, Frankfurt.
“Credit Shocks and the Monetary Business Cycle”, 2005 North American Winter Meeting of the Econometric Society, by Szilard Benk; Philadelphia, PA.
“The Demand for Bank Reserves and other Monetary Aggregates,” European Economic Association Meetings, Madrid, August 19-24, 2004, Carlos III University of Madrid.
“Inflation and Balanced-Path Growth with Alternative Payment Mechanisms”, European Meeting of the Econometric Society, Madrid, August 19-24, 2004, Carlos III University of Madrid.
“Inflation and Balanced-Path Growth with Alternative Payment Mechanisms” and “Credit Shocks in a Monetary Business Cycle”, Centre for Growth and Business Cycle Research (CGBCR) Conference, University of Manchester, UK, July 15-16, 2004.
“Credit Shocks in a Monetary Business Cycle”, Society for Economic Dynamics Meeting, Villa La Pietra, Florence, July 1-4, 2004; New York University.
Presentation of “Credit Shocks in a Monetary Business Cycle”, by Szilard Benk, CEPET Summer Workshop, Udine, Italy, June 16-18, 2004.
Organization of a World Bank Global Development Network grant workshop, with Dario Cziraky, “Impact of Research on the Monetary Policy Sector in Transitional Countries”, CEU, Budapest, June 12, 2004.
Presentation of “Credit Shocks in a Monetary Business Cycle”, by Szilard Benk, 21st Symposium on Banking and Monetary Economics, University of Nice, France, June 10-11, 2004.
Macro Workshop in Prague, sponsored by CERGE-EI and the Czech National Bank, Prague, June 4 and 5, 2004.
Konstanz Seminar on Monetary Theory and Policy, Konstanz, Switzerland, May 25-28, 2004.
Discussant and paper presenter at CEPR Euro Area Business Cycle Network Workshop on Business Cycle and Acceding Countries, hosted by the Oesterreichische Nationalbank Vienna, 23/24 April 2004; paper presented: Gillman, M. and Anton Nakov, “Granger Causality of the Inflation-Growth Mirror in Accession Countries”.
Comment on “Technological Change, Technological Catch-up, and Capital Deepening in World Economies: Relative Contributions to Growth and Convergence During 90’s”, by Oleg Badunenko and Valentin Zelenyuk, Central European University Workshop on Economics Education and Research in Central Europe, February 6, 2004, Budapest.
“Money-Inflation-Growth Causality with a Latent Underground Economy Model”, (with Dario Cziraki), The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies WIIW Workshop, “Enterprise Development, Informal Economy and Labour Markets in Southeast Europe”, November 28-29, 2003, Vienna.
“Money Demand: Cash-in-Advance Meets Shopping Time” (with Glenn Otto), Research Programme “Business Cycle Research” of the HWWA-Hamburg, Institute of International Economics, “Monetary Economics” Workshop, September 26, 2003, Hamburg.
Comment on “Policy Regime Change and Corporate Credit in Bulgaria: Asymmetric Supply and Demand Responses” by Rumen Dobrinsky and Nikolay Markov, Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and William Davidson Institute Transition Conference, July 3-5, 2003, Budapest.
“The Demand for Bank Reserves and Other Monetary Aggregates”, (with M. Kejak), The North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society; Northwestern University, Chicago, June 26-29, 2003.
Society for Economic Dynamics Meetings, University of Paris, June 26-28, 2003, Paris.
“Modeling the Effect of Inflation: Growth, Levels, and Tobin” (with M. Kejak), Latin American and Carribean Economic Association Meetings, October 11-13, 2002, Madrid.
Organized the Center for Policy Studies Workshop on “Monetary Policy and Accession to the EU: Inflation-Targeting Versus Exchange Rate Targeting”, Central European University, September 27, 2002, Budapest.
“Inflation and Growth: Some Theory and Evidence”, (with M. Harris and L. Matyas), 17th Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA), August 22-24, 2002, Venice.
“Inflation and Growth: Some Theory and Evidence” (with M. Harris and L. Matyas), 10th International Conference on Panel Data, July 5-6, 2002, Berlin, Humbolt University.
“Modeling the Effect of Inflation: Growth, Levels, and Tobin” (with M. Kejak), The North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, UCLA, June 20-24, 2002, Los Angeles.
“Modeling the Effect of Inflation: Growth, Levels, and Tobin” (with M Kejak), 16th Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA), Lausanne, August 29 – September 1, 2001. Host: Universite de Lausaunne.
“Macroeconomics: Revolution and Counter-Revolution”, Economics Education Workshop, Central European University and the Open Society Institute, May 24-25, 2001, Budapest.
“Inflation and Growth: Nonlinearities and Financial Development” (with M Kejak and A Valentinyi), Monetary Transmission Workshop, a Phare ACE project, organized by Lorand Ambros-Lakatos, June 24, 1999, Budapest.
World Bank First ABCDE (Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics) Europe Conference, June 21-23, 1999, Paris.
“Evaluating Government Policy in Transition Countries”, at a Phare ACE grant project with Jacek Rostowski, CASE Instititute, June 12-13, 1999, Warsaw.
“Microfoundations of Inflation and Growth: Nonlinearities and Financial Development” (with M. Kejak and A.Valentinyi), Midwest Economics Association Conference, University of Pittsburgh, April 9-12, 1999, Pittsburgh.
Paper proposal on fiscal policy theory for a Phare-Ace grant project on fiscal policy in transition countries, CASE Institute, March 5-7, 1999, Warsaw.
External Reviewer, Conference on Monetary Policy Design for Transitional Economies, of a European Community ACE-PHARE research project; June 12-13, 1998, Prague.
2nd International Ph.D. Student Workshop, May 1998, Prague.

Contributed Paper presentation of “Money Velocity with Costly Credit” and Session Chair, 12th Annual Congress of the European Economic Association (EEA), August 31-September 2, 1997; University of Toulouse.

“Transition from Command to Market Oriented Economies: The Role of Methodology”, and Session Chair, Workshop on the Globalisation of the World Economy, the University of Wollongong, 18-20 December 1996, Wollongong.
“Money Velocity with Costly Credit”, 1996 Australasian Meetings of the Econometric Society, 10-12 July 1996, Perth, University of Western Australia.
“Money Velocity with Costly Credit”, Invited Comment on Tony Makin’s “Modelling Growth in Discrete Time: A Geometric Framework”, First Macroeconomics Workshop, University of Melbourne, April 1996, Melbourne.
Economic Theory Workshop, 14th annual, Latrobe University, February 1996, Melbourne.
“A Zero optimal rate of inflation in general equilibrium with costly wages and prices”, 24th Conference of Economists, 25-28 September 1995, University of Adelaide.
“A Zero optimal rate of inflation in general equilibrium with costly wages and prices”, and “Unlimited liability in the 1993 Companies Act” (with James Hogan), New Zealand Economics Association Conference, 28-30 August 1995, Dunedin, Otago University.
“On New Zealand’s Companies Act of 1993: A Law and Economics Perspective”, and Session Chair, Pan-Pacific Conference XII, May 29-June 1, 1995, Dunedin and Queenstown.
“Second-Best Credit Policy: the Problem of 100 Percent Reserves”, New Zealand Economic Association, Massey University, August, 1994, Hamilton.
“Second-Best Credit Policy: the Problem of 100 Percent Reserves”, Australasian Econometric Society Meetings, the University of New England, 13-15 July 1994, Armidale.
“Learning By Doing: Turning New Zealand’s Mire into a Miracle”, New Zealand Economics Association Annual Conference, August 1993, Dunedin, Otago University.
“Rules of Money Supply: Applying the Permanent Income Hypothesis to Money Demand”, New Zealand Economics Association Annual Conference, August 1993, Dunedin.
“Rules of Money Supply: Applying the Permanent Income Hypothesis to Money Demand”, Australasian Econometric Society Meeting, July 1993, University of Sydney.
Conference on Monetary Policy; Reserve Bank of New Zealand, July 1992, Wellington.
“The Velocity of Money In a Cash in Advance Economy with Costly Credit”; Australasian Meetings of the Econometric Society, 6-8 July 1992, University of Melbourne.
“Second Best Credit Policy in a Cash in Advance Economy”; 21st Conference of Economists, 8-10 July 1992, University of Melbourne.
Miscellaneous Slides, Comments, Conference Papers
Robert Morris University; 28th Annual Conference “Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom Based Research,” Feb. 23-25, 2017
14th Annual Professors Conference: Teaching and Learning Economics in the College Classroom; St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank, 3-4 November 2016:
Presentation: “Using Historical Perspective of Keynesian vs Neoclassical Macro in teaching Principles: textbook approach plus Econlowdown Modules”.
SNB Research Conference 2016 – New Perspectives on the role, instruments and effects of monetary policy, 23-24 September 2016:
Comment on Holstein, Laubach & Williams Paper
Modelling the Effect of Inflation: Growth Levels and Tobin (2002, North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society);
Presented at: North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society: Economic Theory, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 20-24 June 2002. Published in: Levine, David K., Zame, William, Ausubel, Lawrence, Chiappori, Pierre-Andre, Ellickson, Bryan, Rubinstein, Ariel and Samuelson, Larry eds. Proceedings of the 2002 North American Summer Meetings of the Econometric Society: Economic Theory.
Money Velocity with Costly Credit (1996 Econometric Society Australasian Meeting).
Proceedings of the Econometric Society Australasian Meeting 1996, 10-12 July, 1996; Volume 3: “Macroeconometrics and Finance,” Editors Michael McAleer, Paul W. Miller, Kenneth Leong; pp. 455-492, by Max Gillman, Pierre Siklos and J. Lew Silver;  published by The University of Western Australia, Perth.