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The workshop aims at a cross country comparison in order to examine the dynamics of inclusive finance on a wider level.
The workshop will bring together central bankers, analysts and academics interested in research on global financial stability. It will focus on empirical work related to international banking and financial markets, with special emphasis on analyses that make use of the international banking,...
Topics: - productivity measurement at the micro level - micro productivity and aggregate real activity - credit constraints and investment - inefficient lending - funding innovation and entrepreneurs - financial repression, factor accumulation, and re-allocation - macroprudential and monetary...
We welcome submissions within the broad themes of uncertainty and its implications for asset markets and financial stability. We would welcome particularly theoretical or empirical contributions that address global financial markets. Topics: - The linkage between uncertainty and global financial...
This 1.5 day workshop aims to bring together academics and policy makers working on issues related to financial regulation. We especially encourage submissions of empirical research underpinned by microdata. The workshop will focus on high-quality research on the assessment of financial...
The conference calls for papers especially covering topics on financial intermediation and regulation, including (but not limited to) - Integration vs. fragmentation of banking systems - Multinational banks and firms - Financial intermediation, innovation and FinTech - Trade finance and shadow...
The workshop is aimed at bringing together scholars involved with various aspects of banking in emerging markets, including but not limited to those of Central and Eastern Europe, CIS countries, Latin America and China. The organizing committee welcomes submissions of both empirical and...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)