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European Investment Bank, 98-100 boulevard Konrad Adenauer, Luxembourg, 2950, Luxembourg

Format

Luxembourg

Date

Wednesday, November 29, 2023

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Program

Time
Wednesday, 29 November 2023
14:00
Welcome address and intoduction 
Debora Revoltella, EIB I SUERF
14:15
Session 1. Challenges to growth 
Chair: Laurent Maurin, EIB

The Sources of Capital Misallocation in Europe

Robert Goodhead, Central Bank of Ireland

The Rise in Profits and Fall in Firm Entry: A Tale of the Life Cycle of Profits

Has van Vlokhoven, Tilburg University

Global Robots

Fabrizio Leone, Université Libre de Bruxelles, ECARES
15:45
Break
16:00
Keynote Lecture

Inflation, International Transmission of Shocks and Global Production Network

Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, Unversity of Maryland
17:00
Session 2. Investment responses to shocks
Chair: Chiara Criscoulo, OECD

Investment in (in)tangibles during COVID and the role of financial constraints

Peter Bauer, European Commission, Joint Research Centre

The effects of the 2021-2022 energy crisis on medium-sized and large industrial firms: evidence from Italy

Annalisa Frigo, Banca d’Italia

Public Investment in a Production Network: Aggregate and Sectoral Implications

Iacopo Varotto, Banco de España
19:00
End
Time
Thursday, 30 November 2023
08:30
Welcome coffee
08:45
Session 3. Policies, competitivness and the green transition 
Chair: Enrico Sette, Banca d’Italia

Electricity price differentials in the EU: impacts on intra-EU competitiveness

Miguel Gil-Tertre, European Commission

Pollution Abatement Investment under Financial Frictions and Policy Uncertainty

Chi-Yang Tsou, University of Manchester

Beyond Borders: The Impact of European Carbon Pricing on Industrial Firm Performance

Hanyi Wang, University of California San Diego
10:15
Break
10:30
Session 4. Financial Structure and monetary policy
Chair: Malin Anderson, ECB

The New Green Economy: Venture Capital, Innovation and Business Success in Cleantech Startups

Antoine Dechezleprêtre, OECD

Monetary Policy, Firm Heterogeneity, and the Distribution of Investment Rates

Matthias Gnewuch, European Stability Mechanism

How Would European Firms Fund Themselves in The United States?

Hannah Winterberg, International Monetary Fund
12:00
Lunch
12:45
Invited Lecture
Italo Colantone, Bocconi University
13:45
Presentation of the Fiscal Monitor 

Climate Crossroads: Fiscal Policies in a Warming World

Salma Khalid and Anh Nguyen, International Monetary Fund
14:30
Coffee
14:45
Presentation: Ecosystems inception report
Debora Revoltella, EIB and Román Arjona, EC,
15:15
Panel discussion: Challenges for EU firms: investment choices and available policy tools
Moderator: Ernest Gnan, SUERF
Román Arjona, European Commission
Chiara Criscoulo, OECD
Salma Khalid, International Monetary Fund
Klaus Masuch, European Central Bank
Debora Revoltella, European Investment Bank
16:30
End of the Conference