SNDE Awards

SNDE hands out two awards at the annual SNDE symposium; Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling and the
SNDE Young Scholars Award.


  • Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling of USD$500 is handed out for the best paper in time series presented at the Symposium by a “young researcher”, as defined as either a current student or someone that is less than eight years out of graduate school. This prize is generously donated to the SNDE society by Professor Richard T Baillie, member of the SNDE Executive Committee. For more details, see here.
  • SNDE Young Scholars Award of USD$500 is handed out for the best paper presented at the Symposium by a graduate student 

 


Awards in 2024

Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling
Maximilian Schröder (BI Norwegian Business School) received the Baillie award for the best paper in time series modeling presented at the 2024 SNDE Symposium by a “young researcher”, as defined as either a current student or someone that is less than eight years out of graduate school. The paper is titled "Mixing it Up: Inflation at Risk."

SNDE Young Scholars Award 
Tobias Müller (Boston College) won the SNDE Young Scholars Award for the best paper presented at the 2024 SNDE Symposium by a graduate student. The paper is titled: "Fiscal Policy in a Multisector Heterogeneous Agent Economy" (joint with Shane McMiken).  


Awards in 2023

Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling
Marko Mlikota (University of Pennsylvania) received the Baillie award for the best paper in time series modeling presented at the 2023 SNDE Symposium by a “young researcher”, as defined as either a current student or someone that is less than eight years out of graduate school. The paper is titled "Cross-Sectional Dynamics Under Network Structure: Theory and Macroeconomic Applications."

SNDE Young Scholars Award 
Livia Paranhos (University of Warwick) won the SNDE Young Scholars Award for the best paper presented at the 2023 SNDE Symposium by a graduate student. The paper is titled: "How Do Firms' Financial Conditions Influence the Transmission of Monetary Policy? A Non-Parametric Perspective".


Awards in 2022

Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling
Nicolò Maffei-Faccioli (Norges Bank) received the Baillie award for the best paper in time series presented at the Workshop by a “young researcher”, as defined as either a current student or someone that is less than eight years out of graduate school. The paper is on "Nonlinear Transmission of Financial Shocks: Some New Evidence," joint work with Mario Forni, Luca Gambetti, and Luca Sala.

SNDE Young Scholars Award 
Oliver Pfäuti (University of Mannheim) received the SNDE Young Scholars Award for the best paper presented at the 2022 SNDE meetings by a graduate student. The paper is on "A Behavioral Heterogeneous Agent New Keynesian Model," joint work with Fabian Seyrich.


Awards in 2021  

Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling
Gergely Ganics (John von Neumann University), Ina Hajdani (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland) and Quint Wiersma (VU Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) will be splitting the Baillie award for the best paper in time series presented at the Workshop by a “young researcher”, as defined as either a current student or someone that is less than eight years out of graduate school. 

SNDE Young Scholars Award 
Adam Lee, a Ph.D. candidate in Economics at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, won the SNDE Young Scholars Award for the best paper presented at the Workshop for Young Researchers by a graduate student. 


SNDE Events

Upcoming Events and News

The SNDE Symposium in 2024 will be organized by the University of Padova (Italy), by the Department of Statistical Sciences jointly with the Department of Economics and Management, on March 21-22, 2024. See here for Program and Logistical details


The next SNDE session at the ASSA 2024 Annual Meeting will be held on January 5-7, 2024 in San Antonio, Texas. See details about the session here


Letter from the President - 2023



Past Events

The SNDE 2023 Workshop for Young Researchers took place virtually on November 4, 2022. Program


The SNDE Symposium in 2023 was hosted in-person at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, March 16-17, 2023. Program  


The SNDE session at the ASSA 2023 Meeting was held in New Orleans, LouisianaJanuary 8, 2023. Title of session: "Developments in Macroeconomics and Finance"


New Award from 2019: Richard T. Baillie award in Time Series Modeling