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In order to assess the financial stability implications of these recent developments, it is important for academics and policy makers to improve their understanding of risks arising from the behaviour of non-bank financial institutions and the evolution of the supporting market infrastructure,...
Programm: Session 1 “City location and economic development”, Session 2 “Endogenous Infrastructure Development and Spatial Takeoff”, Session 3 “Regional Market Integration and City Growth in East Africa: Local but no Regional Effects?”, Session 4 “On the Right Track: Railroads,...
The aim of the next workshop of the Competitiveness Research Network (CompNet) at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is to dig deeper into localisation economies and associated productivity gains. The increasing availability of new cross-border databases at the firm...
Up to the beginning of the 20th century stocks were primarily owned by wealthy private individuals. Now, 100 years later, institutional investors hold almost twice the amount. They have 112trn assets under management (AUMs) compared to the 72,3trn that were held by High-Net-Worth-Individuals in...
We now call for participation in the conference that is open to all academics. Submission of papers within the areas of theoretical, experimental and applied game theory is encouraged.
Broad themes and key shifts the organisers are keen to facilitate discussion around include, but are not limited to: - Post-2020 EU Budget, the future of EU Policies and their likely implications for cities and regions, - Energy transitions, environmental sustainability, and designing urban and...
We will consider applications related to all aspects of macroeconomic forecasting. Topics include, but are not limited to: - Data uncertainty and forecast communication - Nowcasting/monitoring of current economic conditions - Conditional forecasts, scenario analysis, forecasting risk -...
We invite submissions from a range of topics covering - Large granular structured or unstructured data sources (administrative data, web data, from the “digital exhaust”, text data), - Machine Learning for prediction and understanding the economy, - Methods (matching, filtering or cleaning...
Topics: - The impact of the financial crisis on arts organizations; - Human resource management in a new institutional context: threats, fears and opportunities; - Managing the heritage chain from archaeological discovery to museum access; - National variations and commonalities in managing arts...
The Finance and Society Network (FSN) is an interdisciplinary research network dedicated to fostering new perspectives on the social implications of contemporary finance. Ten years on from the global financial crisis, the settlement between finance and society remains ambiguous. Regulation has...
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