Search and Matching in Macro and Finance Virtual Seminar Series

Fall 2023

Micheal Choi (UC Irvine)<br>November 13, 2023
Micheal Choi (UC Irvine)
November 13, 2023

Inflation and Unemployment in the Long Run Revisited with Zach Bethune, Sebastien Lotz and Guillaume Rocheteau

Olivier Wang (NYU Stern)<br>December 11, 2023
Olivier Wang (NYU Stern)
December 11, 2023

Banking on Uninsured Deposits” with Itamar Drechsler, Alexi Savov and Philipp Schnabl


The purpose of our series is to facilitate the exchange of ideas in macroeconomics and finance with an emphasis on:

  • search and matching,
  • networks,
  • intermediation,
  • market structure and design,
  • information frictions, and
  • other issues surrounding decentralized markets.


  • Zach Bethune (Rice)
  • Briana Chang (Wisconsin)
  • Lucas Herrenbrueck (Simon Fraser)
  • Lukas Altermatt (University of Essex)
  • Ioannis Kospentaris (Athens University)
  • Batchimeg Sambalaibat (Princeton)
  • Liyan Shi (Carnegie Mellon)
  • Bruno Sultanum (Richmond Fed)
  • Semih Uslu (Johns Hopkins)
  • Shengxing Zhang (LSE)

Senior Advisory Board

  • Darrell Duffie (Stanford)
  • Burton Hollifield (Carnegie Mellon)
  • Ricardo Lagos (NYU)
  • Ben Lester (Philly Fed)
  • Guido Menzio (NYU)
  • Pierre-Olivier Weill (UCLA)
  • Randall Wright (Wisconsin)


Prices change with varying frequency in all markets, and, unless a market is completely centralized, no one will know all the prices which various sellers (or buyers) quote at any given time. A buyer (or seller) who wishes to ascertain the most favorable price must canvass various sellers (or buyers) – a phenomenon I shall term “search.” — George Stigler, 1961

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