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We invite researchers to present their original work on global safe assets and the related economic issues with perspectives on post-crisis developments in perspective. Possible topics: - Global safe assets and Policy Implications; - Currency internationalization and provision of safe assets; -...
The conference will focus on the state of play with global imbalances, exchange rate developments, and financial integration, with a view to assess challenges from a forward-looking perspective. Topics: - Current accounts and global imbalances, - Monetary policy and exchange rates, -...
The conference provides a platform for discussing recent advances in modelling exchange rates, and the links between exchange rates and external balances and economic stability from perspectives of both major and emerging market currencies. We invite researchers to present their original work on...
What is the “new normal” after the recent global financial crisis? By now, the “new normal” carries a multitude of meanings and reflects the changes triggered by the crisis. Some versions of the new normal are, for example, the slow and protracted recovery process, the de-leveraging of...
Paper submissions that adopt novel methodological approaches for addressing relevant macroeconomic and financial questions are highly encouraged. Empirical and theoretical papers are both welcome. Selection of papers will be based largely on the quality of the individual paper, but also to...
The idea of the conference is to bring together economists who have recently contributed new research on the interlinkages between current account imbalances and financial factors.
Topics: Asset pricing, banking, capital markets, corporate governance, corporate finance, efficiency and productivity analysis, financial regulation, foreign exchange markets, derivatives, global markets for risk, market microstructure, corporate investment decision, risk management, financial...
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.
The Journal of International Money and Finance (JIMF), the Frank J. Petrilli Center for Research in International …
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