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The key objective of the VBER2018 is to bring together academics, practitioners and policymakers to discuss ongoing research on a wide range of theoretical and empirical issues related to financial development, economic growth, poverty and inequality in the emerging markets. Papers from PhD...
The scientific and organizing committees welcome submissions in all areas of finance, economics and banking.
We welcome all papers on the topics of Economics and Finance to be presented at APEF 2018.
The MNB Summer School of Economics 2018 (MNB Summer School) is designed for undergraduate and graduate students from all around the globe. Courses offered: - Digitalisation in Finance This course introduces the new trends and challenges in the financial sector. Within the course’s framework...
This workshop will assemble a diverse but selective program of talks within the areas covered by its scope. Participation will be by invitation or acceptance of a submitted paper, and will be capped to allow for greater interaction.
The aim of this conference is to bring together the local and international researchers and policy makers to present and to discuss research in the frontiers of knowledge in finance, economics and accounting. Conference tracks: - Accounting and Financial Reporting - Asset Pricing - Banking...
The workshop provides a platform to discuss changes in the regulatory framework of the financial sector, their impact on financial stability, and consequences for the real sector. We invite theoretical and empirical contributions on topics including: - regulation, firms and financial...
In conjunction with the EFA 2018 Warsaw conference, a one-day EFA Doctoral Tutorial (EFA-DT) is scheduled as a pre-conference event on Wednesday, August 22, 2018. Interested doctoral students in Finance are encouraged to duly submit their papers or proposals to the EFA-DT. Submitters are welcome...
Papers on any topic related to finance can be submitted. Tracks: - Asset Pricing - Behavioral Finance and Household Finance - Corporate Finance and Governance - Financial Econometrics - Financial Intermediation and Institutions - Financial Markets General - International Finance
Thematic focal points: - Climate change regulation 2.0. Making the Paris agreement work, - The university as an arena of sustainability transition, - Global collapse. There is no alternative(TINA) and the development of a “post- truth safe space?” - Markets, Money and Democracy, -...
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