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The workshop welcomes research papers submissions from central bankers, academic community and market practitioners to discuss the key developments in money markets, monetary policy implementation and central bank operational frameworks and to develop long-term collaborative...
The conference welcomes research papers, monographies, case studies, PhD research-in-progress and experiential insights on different topics and experiments of alternative finance. ITEM encourages in particular reflections on the social and technological innovations, which broaden and deepen the...
The workshop provides a platform to discuss new developments in the field of empirical and applied macroeconomic modelling and aims at bringing together academic researchers and practitioners. We invite applied and theoretical papers dealing with time series, business cycles, mixed frequency...
Objectives of the Conference: Liberalization, privatization and globalization are changing the face of domestic and international business and finance. Expectations of the stakeholders, cross border rules and regulations, factors affecting the business are posing challenges to the players by way...
The theme this year is Fintech and Behavioral Research in Finance; however, all financial markets related papers are welcome.
We welcome submissions on hedge funds, mutual funds and private equity funds, but also, more broadly, papers that seek to improve the understanding of the roles of different market intermediaries and the effect of their behaviour on asset prices. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:...
The 17th Colloquium on Financial Markets addresses both academics and practitioners interested in the field of asset management. The colloquium provides a unique platform to discuss the latest issues in asset management. We particularly encourage submissions of papers on all areas of asset...
This year's topic: "Falling apart or growing together – Is crisis-shattered Europe still worth the investment?"
We would like to invite both academics and practitioners to submit papers on all topic areas of financial market research until October 31, 2017. All papers must be in English.
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