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We are looking for high quality research papers that may help to guide monetary, and micro or macro prudential policy. Papers may be theoretical or empirical and preference will be given to papers that are imaginative and in an early stage of development.
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Session 1 - "Use of Grace Period and its Impact on Knowledge Spillover: Evidence from Japan". Session 2 - "Measuring Science Intensity of Industry Using Linked Dataset of Science, Technology and Industry". Session 3 - "The Impact of Entrepreneurial Human Capital on Initial Funding: Evidence from...
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Participants will consider alternative frameworks for managing the movement of goods, services, capital and labour in the run-up to exit, as exit happens, and afterwards, and how these might relate to the global trade architecture. It is recognised that, if the United Kingdom does not retain the...
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Since the global financial crisis, a number of regulatory policies have been discussed, proposed and sometimes implemented to address shortcomings in the regulatory framework. These include capital and liquidity regulation (notably via Basel III), developments in cross border bank resolution,...
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This conference is an opportunity to discuss ideas with leading experts in housing finance. Session 1 – “Housing finance and policy” Session 2 – “International Perspectives” Session 3 - “Mortgage market dynamics” Session 4 - “Securitisation issues” Panel “The future of...
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There will be an opportunity to present findings of research and development work from your particular country/area of expertise.
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The Employment Equality (Age) Regulations come into effect on 1 October 2006. For the first time this will outlaw age discrimination in employment (whether against older or younger people). What difference will this make to current employment practices? Age discrimination legislation will not...
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