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This conference aims to bring together leading economists from central banks, academia, and other research institutions to consider what we have learned in the ten years since the onset of the global financial crisis about ensuring financial stability, what open questions remain, and what policy...
The conference aims at understanding several questions such as: - How does the interaction between monetary and fiscal policy affect the efficiency and stability of financial markets, both in terms of risk pricing and the composition of portfolios of households and institutional investors, which...
We welcome theoretical and applied papers from a variety of areas and disciplines from interested economists and researchers – whether in academia, central banks or financial institutions. Topics: - Innovation in retail payments including online payments, mobile payments, omnichannel payments...
The global financial crisis has reignited the debate on income and wealth inequality, and in particular on the distributional implications of the crisis and policy responses. While redistributive effects have traditionally been associated with fiscal policy, the impact of monetary policy and...
The conference organisers welcome submissions of either theoretical or empirical nature. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to: - Forecasting exchange rates developments and forex market innovations; - The impact of quantitative easing on exchange rate developments; - Exchange rate...
The organizers welcome theoretical and applied papers on the topic of the conference: - Effects and transmission channels of quantitative and qualitative forward guidance - Effects and transmission channels of communication about unconventional monetary policy, including spillovers to equity...
The Program Committee welcomes papers addressing (but not limited to) the following issues: - Influence of global bank activities on macroeconomic volatility - Role of globally active banks in transmission of shocks - Costs and benefits of regulatory policy, including capital and liquidity...
Conference programme: - SUERF Annual Lecture The value of banks and the financial sector after the end of the great financial expansion - Lex Hoogduin, University of Amsterdam and LCH.Clearnet - Session 1 - What impact does bank size have? - SUERF Annual General Assembly - Session 2 - Do...
Topics: - Financial innovations in mortgage markets - Transmission of credit shocks - Subprime lending - Housing and credit in DSGE models - Housing and the macro economy - Determinants of house prices or mortgage lending - House prices in monetary policy strategies - Lessons from the credit crisis
The topic of this year's conference is: Behavioral Economics: Challenges to policy makers and financial institutions. We invite submissions in all areas of behavioural and experimental economics that are relevant for the tasks of de Nederlandsche Bank, including financial stability, financial...
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