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ESOBE stands for European Seminar on Bayesian Econometrics. This series of seminars was launched in 2010 with the first meeting in Rotterdam. In recent decades Bayesian econometrics has expanded enormously in areas such as optimal processing of information from different sources, efficient...
Topics: - The effectiveness of unconventional monetary policy in the zero lower bound economy. - Should monetary policy target an inflation rate above 2% when the economy is at the zero lower bound? - What is the transmission mechanism of unconventional monetary policy on output, interest rate...
The 2016 Financial Markets Conference will examine liquidity from academic, regulatory, and market participant points of view. We seek to understand the various definitions and aspects of liquidity with an emphasis on the relationship to financial stability and monetary policy...
Traditionally, commercial banks have been the focus of central banks' monetary policy. However, shadow banks played key roles in the events leading up to the financial crisis, the near collapse of the financial system during that time, and in the postcrisis recovery policies. Banks' importance...
Topics: - Financial markets/financial instabilities and the macroeconomy - Standard and non-standard monetary policy, the zero lower bound and the interactions with economic dynamics - Monetary and fiscal policy interactions - Fiscal policy, sovereign default risk and private sector debt - Risk...
The theme of this conference is "Resilience and Rebuilding for Low-Income Communities." Community development is a dynamic research arena that requires the input of a multitude of voices, sectors, and industries; the harnessing of an array of data; and the application of numerous methodologies to...
The Tor Vergata International Conference on Money, Banking and Finance is aimed at exploring the current economic policy debate by focusing on aspects of the financial world. Contributions on the following fields are welcome: - Reforms after the Global Financial Crisis - Theory and Empirics of...
Conference Background: Theoretical and empirical research on financial markets and the banking system, with special focus on the interaction among economic agents, market rules and institutions, appears of foremost importance in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
Authors are invited to submit theoretical or empirical papers on issues related to financial crises, particularly the most recent one, and to the potential overall stability and instability of developed and emerging financial markets, institutions, and economies. Topics include but are not...
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