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The conference will review the current financial architecture and analyze recent developments. It will also try to estimate how the financial system is likely to evolve in the near future and to consider the relevant measures policymakers should take in response to the current...
We invite authors to submit papers with a macro-finance theme. Topics: - Common/fundamental drivers of financial market and macroeconomic data, - Identification of monetary policy shocks from financial market data, - Influences of time-varying risk premiums and precautionary savings on financial...
In line with the previous editions, this workshop aims to provide a forum for discussing innovative research on the determinants of foreign exchange rates. Economists working in central banks, academia, and the private sector are welcome to participate. The conference organizers welcome...
This workshop provides a forum for theoretical and applied research and focuses on the interaction between household heterogeneity and macroeconomic developments. The organisers encourage submissions in the following broad areas: - household heterogeneity and the monetary transmission...
Submissions are accepted in all areas of macroprudential and systemic risk. The following are examples of specific topics: - Credit portfolios and systemic financial risk; - Macroprudential policy and borrower risk; - Systemic risk and financial system interconnectedness; - Using data sciences...
The NABE Economic Policy Conference is the premier annual event addressing issues at the nexus of economics, business, and policy. Designed around the theme “Promoting Global Growth and Domestic Economic Security,” the 2019 event will focus on the key challenges for policymakers and business...
We invite the submission of papers that explore all aspects of the impact of bank and consumer regulation, including, but not limited to: - The impact of bank and consumer regulation on long-run growth (including the relationship between capital requirements and lending by banks). - Regulation...
The aim of the 12th Financial Risks International Forum is to highlight the methodological and regulatory challenges confronting financial players in a low interest rate environment and the transition to a ‘new normal’. Topics: - Yield curve modelling in a zero or negative yield...
The main aim of this conference is to take stock of the latest research on the economics of exchange rate adjustment. Economists and policymakers have been discussing for quite a while whether and how far the exchange rate is an effective shock absorber or a source of macroeconomic and financial...
This research and policy conference is part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. The conference will focus on the challenges facing financial intermediaries, their supervisors and regulators, as well as central banks and other economic policy-makers in...
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