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The Task Force will engage with a diverse group of stakeholders to think through the priorities for the next European Commission and Parliament. It will focus on three main topics: - Taking stock of what has been achieved so far since the adoption of the CMU Action Plan in September 2015; - Identify...
The theme this year is Fintech and Behavioral Research in Finance; however, all financial markets related papers are welcome.
Topics: - Sustainable finance and its development in emerging markets - Certification of Green Investments: private versus public - Is there a role for central banks in promoting a greener economy? - The financial sustainability of pensions - The relationship between economic growth and social...
As in previous years, we are looking for papers focusing on issues related to capital flows, monetary and macroprudential policies, exchange rates, international reserve accumulation, sovereign debt, and international spillovers. Papers in other topics of international macroeconomics and...
The Finance and Society Network (FSN) is an interdisciplinary research network dedicated to fostering new perspectives on the social implications of contemporary finance. Ten years on from the global financial crisis, the settlement between finance and society remains ambiguous. Regulation has...
The organizers welcome theoretical and empirical papers on the topics of financial stability, financial regulation and supervision, systemic risk, banking, macro-prudential policies and other related topics. Contributions on Fintech, Cryptocurrencies and related innovations in financial markets...
The conference focuses on financial reform, and provides a platform for evaluating and discussing China's financial liberalization, integration with the global financial markets, and the related implications for the global economy. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the...
This years conference will be the second annual conference of the Economics of Digitization Research Area of the CESifo Network. The area studies societal and economic consequences of digitization. It has a wide scope of relevant research and its aim is bring the leading researchers from both...
We welcome contributions aimed at casting light on the manifold aspects of the 2008 global crisis and how to address them in policy action. These contributions can be both theoretical and empirical, focusing on retrospective, contextual and prospective dimensions. Topics: - The financialisation...
We welcome empirical and theoretical papers on the workshop’s main (but non-exhaustive) themes: - Macroeconomics related to wine (The role of exchange rates, International trade, Economic cycles, Revenue and demand, Wealth effect, Cointegration analysis, Global change in preferences, Emerging...
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