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The Research Center SAFE is organizing and hosting the 4th SAFE Asset Pricing Workshop to stimulate the discussion on current developments in the field. Papers in all areas of asset pricing are invited.
This annual central bank workshop gives researchers, policy-makers and practitioners the opportunity to discuss theoretical work, empirical findings and policy implications related to the microstructure of financial markets. Authors are encouraged to submit papers from all areas of market...
Bringing together leading policymakers, experts and practitioners form both sides of the Atlantic, the second SUERF conference offers the opportunity to debate globalisation and the international economic order from a transatlantic perspective. The conference will address the following key...
Original papers subject to high academic standards and preferably with important policy or practical implications are invited, for example, on the following topics, though not restricted to them: - The growth an business cycle effects of shifting demographics - Demographics and the financial...
The financial crisis and the European debt crisis in the euro have increased the interest in the early detection of financial constraints, as credit crunches affect investment decisions of firms and saving decisions of households. Economic tendency surveys and surveys in general are one...
Our mission is to contribute to the european and international debate on regulation and reforms of the financial sector, its resilience and financial stability in the European Union. Open it up to critical voices shall impact these debates from an independent, scientific and general interest...
The organizing committee invite young academics (Ph.D. students and postdocs) dealing with theoretical or theoretically founded empirical re-search on banks and financial markets to submit a paper or a project outline for presen-tation at the 7th Workshop Banks and Financial Markets taking place...
The annual Frankfurt Conference on Financial Market Policy brings together policymakers, academics as well as industry participants to foster an open debate on the current regulatory agenda. The conference series contributes to a general public’s capacity to evaluate arguments and appraise...
Topics: - operational issues related to the implementation of micro- and macroprudential regulation, - challenges for banking supervision in an environment of low interest rates, including business models, credit risk (with a focus on NPLs and concentration) and risk management, - linkages...
The aim of the conference is to bring together academics and practitioners to discuss state-of-the-art results in the field of financial market liquidity. These topics include: - Market Liquidity and Funding Liquidity; - Liquidity Aspects of Systemic Risk; - Game Theoretic Aspects of Liquidity...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)