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Prof. Lutz Kilian (U. Michigan) will cover the determination of the price of oil in global markets and the relationship between the price of oil and the macroeconomy (inflation, growth, financial markets). The program will include: - Determinants of historical oil price fluctuations - How...
The theme of the conference is competition and regulation in financial markets and conference topics include, but are not limited to: - The impact of regulation on competition - Technology and competition in financial services - The role of financial regulation in facilitating(or not...
The workshop organizers invite researchers to submit papers covering issues in all areas linking finance and politics. Topics: - Political economy of banking - Political cycles of lending behavior - Political systems and financial crises - Politically-motivated changes in bankruptcy law -...
Research at the Paul Woolley Centre aims at understanding the workings of capital markets and the social efficiency of allocations these markets achieve. The research departs from the Arrow-Debreu view of frictionless markets, and emphasises the role of financial intermediaries (e.g. investment...
We invite paper submissions on the theme of Labor and Corporate Finance. Topics: - Labor and corporate governance - Interrelationships between wages, employment, and financial policy - Risk sharing between employees and the firm - Role of firms in explaining broad labor market trends - Effects...
The workshop focuses on the role of uncertainty (broadly defined, with articular interest in policy uncertainty) in macroeconomic and financial dynamics. Topics of interest include the effects of uncertainty in global financial markets and trade networks, asset markets, labor markets, monetary...
This year’s workshop will have a focus on international macroeconomics, especially topics relating to trade, exchange rate and capital market regulation. As always, we invite papers from all fields in applied macroeconomics, but papers matching those issues are particularly welcome.
This conference aims to bring together leading economists from central banks, academia, and other research institutions to consider what we have learned in the ten years since the onset of the global financial crisis about ensuring financial stability, what open questions remain, and what policy...
Key themes of Longevity 14 will be demographic risks and intergenerational risk sharing, sustainability of pension systems, practical applications of state of the art longevity research, mortality trends and forecasts, experience mortality and solidarity, global product trends, including the...
Papers in all areas of asset pricing are invited.
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