Welcome to the website for the Real-time Economics (RTE) Conference on Real-time Data Analysis, Methods and Applications. The RTE Conference brings together researchers interested in real-time economic analysis, encompassing nowcasting, high-frequency data, surveys, expectations, macroeconometrics, real-time data and macroeconomic policy.
RTE Conference history
Learn about the history of the annual RTE Conference first hosted by FRB Philadelphia in 2001. Informally known as the Real-time Data Conference and historically referred to as “The Conference on Real-time Data Analysis, Methods and Applications”. Information about previous meetings and hosting future meetings.
Research tools: real-time macroeconomic data, codes, conferences and workshops.
How papers are selected for the RTE Conference and the role of the committee.
About The Conference
•Dean Croushore (University of Richmond)
•Domenico Giannone (Amazon)
•Barbara Rossi (Pompeu Fabra University)
•Tara Sinclair (George Washington University)
•Shaun Vahey (University of Warwick and CAMA, ANU)
•Simon van Norden (HEC Montréal, CIRANO and CIREQ)
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Thanks to Anastasia Allayioti for helping build this website
And thanks also to the author of the Philly skyline pic