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The workshop aims to bring together central bankers and researchers with an interest in macroprudential policy. The conference invites theoretical and empirical contributions on topics including: - Theoretical justifications of macroprudential interventions, - Comparative analysis of...
Credit market dynamics have increasingly influenced macroeconomic developments in recent years. Notably, since the start of the recent Great Recession, credit markets have been a major source of macroeconomic disturbances as well as being important in the transmission of shocks originating...
Topics: - Stabilisation policies and growth in a low interest rate environment; - The economics of high public debt reconsidered; - Fiscal federalism revisited; - Fiscal rules, fiscal institutions, or both: political economy considerations.
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers in different fields of banking, entrepreneurship, and finance working on issues related to the financing and governance of entrepreneurial firms and their impact on the creation, development, and performance of these firms. We are...
The workshop aims to bring together about 25 researchers from all fields of economics to discuss high quality research with a focus on R&D, innovation and public policy. We aim at a mix of theoretical and empirical studies exploring the determinants of innovation and R&D based growth and the...
Topics: - recent developments and longer-term trends in labour supply and human capital in Europe; - determinants of human capital investment; - the design and effects of policy measures aimed at fostering labour supply and human capital investment; - the importance of human capital investment...
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers in different fields of finance and economic history working on financial stability and regulation-related issues. We are inviting high quality submissions of theoretical and empirical nature. Topics include the following, but are not...
The workshop will focus on the changing role of central banks following the financial crisis of 2008-2009. Before the crisis, central banks viewed price stability as their main objective. This manifested itself in the spread of explicit or implicit inflation targeting (IT) regimes among many...
The conference will bring together leading scholars and young researchers to discuss recent theoretical and empirical research. We welcome contributions from all areas of international trade, in particular on topics related to inequality and labor markets.
Topics: - International adjustment dynamics - Current account imbalances and international capital flows - Global financial crises - Open-economy macroeconomic models - Exchange rates - International dimensions of monetary and fiscal policy - Sovereign risk
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