Margarita Rubio is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham. His research themes fall within the specialty areas of the International Macroeconomics, Banking, and Financial Econometrics axis. Indeed, she specializes in macroeconomics and monetary economics, and financial stability issues. In particular, she has developed many DSGE models with financial frictions to analyze macroeconomic policy issues. Margarita has also made numerous research stays in various institutions and research centers abroad (Federal Reserve Board, IMF, etc.). Its networks abroad will therefore benefit all researchers in the MIBEF axis, including doctoral students. She plans to come to EconomiX for three weeks, from January 3 to January 21, 2022. On this occasion, she will give a course on DSGE models with financial friction with an introduction to Dynare software to M2 EIPMC students and for doctoral students of EconomiX. She will also meet researchers and doctoral students from the MIBEF axis.