Jón Steinsson -- Teaching Material

You are welcome to use the slides and figures provided below, and adapt them to your course as you see fit. No permission needed.

You are also welcome to use the textbook chapters. Standard copyright and attribution rules apply to these.


UNDERGRADUATE:

Textbook Chapters:


Malthus and Pre-Industrial Stagnation

Slides -- Figures


How Did Growth Begin? The Industrial Revolution and Its Antecedents




GRADUATE:

Surveys:


Identification in Macroeconomics (with Emi Nakamura)

Journal of Economic Perspectives, 32(3), 59-86, August 2018.
Slides -- Appendix -- Replication Material


Price Rigidity: Microeconomic Evidence and Macroeconomic Implications (with Emi Nakamura)

Annual Review of Economics, 5, 133-163, 2013.


Teaching Material:


Identification in Macroeconomics -- Latex Files


Evidence on Monetary Non-Neutrality -- Latex Files


Fiscal Stimulus: Evidence


Price Rigidity: Microeconomic Evidence and Macroeconomic Implications


Empirically Assessing the Phillips Curve I


Empirically Assessing the Phillips Curve II


Consumption: Basic Permanent Income Model -- Latex Files


Response of Consumption to Income Shocks -- Latex Files


Precautionary Savings, Liquidity Constraints, and Self-Control -- Latex Files


Consumption Based Asset Pricing: Basics -- Latex Files


Estimating the IES -- Latex Files


Aggregate Consumption Risks


Neoclassical Labor Supply


Exchange Rate Regimes


Exchange Rate Models and Spurious Regressions