The training will touch upon the technical framework for contingent capital and bail in debt and the different choices made by the European legislator as compared to other regulators throughout the world. A comparison is made of different bail in regimes in Europe as well, in order to explore the common ground and the differences in the applicable regimes. In addition to the analysis from a legal perspective, an elaborate discussion will be presented about the first market developments in respect of contingent capital and bail in debt, effects on pricing and the different rationale for investors taking positions in contingent capital and bail in debt.
The Money Macro and Finance Research Group Annual Conference. Speakers include Claudio Borio (Bank for International Settlements), Jagjit Chadha (National Institute of Economic and Social Research), Kristin Forbes (Bank of England), Rain Newton Smith (CBI) and John Vickers (Oxford University) - journalists welcome - see website for full programme.
The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) is looking for original unpublished research papers related to, but not limited to, the following topics:
Empirical analysis of credit-scoring methodologies and prediction of delinquency based on available MSME credit data or alternative data (utility, telecommunication payment, large data, etc.)
Empirical analysis of optimum collateral and credit guarantee ratio in Asia
Principles of good credit information infrastructure in Asia (credit risk database, credit information registries, credit bureau, credit-rating agencies, and credit guarantee corporation)
Evaluation of credit infrastructure in selected countries in Asia
Credit reporting and the use of credit-rating data to promote MSME financing in Asia: lessons learned from successful economies
Examination of tools to promote financial access to MSMEs and start-up businesses
The course will consider alternative macroeconomic frameworks with financial frictions to under-stand financial crisis, business cycles and public policy. There will be an brief historical overview of financial crises and basic financial accelerator models which emphasizes the interaction between borrowing constraint, asset price and aggregate production.
It will then be introduced liquidity constraint to examine the business cycles and monetary policy. Finally, the course will present financial intermediaries and government to study banking crisis, credit policy and macro prudential policy. By developing these frameworks, the training aims to understand the recent financial crisis and the roles of public policies.
We are pleased to inform you that UECE - Research Unit on Complexity and Economics and the Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão da Universidade de Lisboa will host the eighth edition of the UECE LISBON MEETINGS, which will take place on November 3rd-5th, 2016.
The conference will include Prof. Drew Fudenberg (Harvard University), Prof. Michael Katz (University of California at Berkeley), and Prof. Shmuel Zamir (University of Exeter) as keynote speakers, as well as contributed sessions on all topics, and from all perspectives, of game theory, including applications and experimental work.
Submission of papers within the areas of theoretical, applied and experimental game theory and related fields is encouraged. Papers can only be submitted electronically through the conference website. Complete submissions must be received by July 31st, 2016.
The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and Asian Growth Research Institute (AGI) invite submissions of unpublished papers that focus on issues relating to aging in developing Asia. Both theoretical and empirical research papers with a policy orientation are welcome, provided the findings, conclusions, and policy recommendations are based on solid evidence and analysis. Manuscripts may focus on Asia as a whole, a group of countries, or individual economies.
Papers may deal with, but are not limited to, the following topics:
Public and private pensions
Long-term care and public and private long-term care insurance
Health care and public and private health insurance
Aging, the labor market, and human capital formation
The fifth Bristol Festival of Economics, programmed by Diane Coyle (University of Manchester and Enlightenment Economics), economists and other experts from around the world will be debating with each other – and their audiences – some of the key economic questions of our time. Speakers include Diane Coyle, Tim Harford (Financial Times), Mariana Mazzucato (Sussex University) and Dani Rodrik (Harvard University).
Full programme and ticket details on website below
Services are gaining ever more importance in global trade and employment. While there is increasing consensus that the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) represents an inadequate international framework for services trade governance, sound economic policy prescriptions to support ongoing multilateral negotiations remain scarce.
Meanwhile, recent and forthcoming preferential trade agreements like CETA, TiSA, TPP and TTIP are filling the void, with yet unpredictable and potentially significant effects on labour markets. Given the crucial role of the services sector as the world's largest purveyor of employment, gaining a sounder understanding of the nexus between trade policies, services and labour markets is hence of utmost importance.
To that end, this workshop invites submissions on research in the domain of services trade and its implications for the labour market. We are particularly interested in analyses that substantiate specific policy recommendations.
2016 Public Lecture: "In Search of the Perfect Match- the economics of picking our partners and jobs" will be given by Professor Philipp Kircher and held at the Royal Institution London on29th November 2016 and 30th November 2016 at the University of Manchester.
For information and tickets see website below
ADBI invites the submission of theoretical and empirical papers on the implications of negative interest rates for emerging Asia. We are looking for original unpublished research related to, but not limited to, the following topics:
Implication of an extremely low- or negative-yield environment for risk-taking behaviors in Asia and the possibility of financial market dislocations
Side effects of NIRPs on financial markets and real economies of Asia
Transmission channels for the impact of NIRPs on Asian financial markets and exchange rate markets
NIRPs’ challenges in monetary and exchange rate policy and macroprudential policy management in Asia
NIRPs’ potential impact on international reserve holdings in Asia
NIRPs and current account imbalances in Asia
Greater role of international policy coordination in Asia
NIRPs’ impact on banking behavior
We will be running a two-day conference on empirical management, focused on exploring recent empirical research on measuring and exploring management and organisational practices.
The conference takes place at MIT on December 7-8, 2016.
Attendees are expected to attend the full conference. If for any reason you cannot attend the full conference please note this in your submission.
Please send papers to Emily Manning ([email protected]) by September 1, 2016. Accepted papers will be notified by end of September.
The 12th Joint ECB/CEPR Labour Market Workshop focuses on how the crisis has affected wage dynamics, how wage adjustments have varied with underlying structural differences, and how the wage dynamics have shaped macroeconomic outcomes.
Those with a CEPR profile are requested to submit their papers by 6 p.m. Friday, 9 September 2016 here: http://dev3.cepr.org/accounts/login.asp?NewURL=/accounts/config/accountconfig.asp.If you have any difficulties in submitting your paper, please send this to Amanda Vincent-Rous in the CEPR Events team, at [email protected]
The global financial crisis has had a profound impact on output and productivity in advanced and emerging economies. In response, policymakers around the world have acted boldly with monetary policy, macro-prudential policy and regulation.
Is productivity being held back by financial factors - such as the lack of long term finance for long term investment - or is productivity being held back by real economy factors, such as globalisation and demographics? The recent crisis has also spurred a reassessment of the relationship between the level (and type) of finance and growth. Could weak productivity growth owe in part to wasteful investment spending or an undersupply of financial services? How does the mix of early and late stage financing drive investment and productivity? This conference aims to bring together perspectives on these big questions, as they will provide important guidance for future policy actions.
Submissions are invited for the tenth annual conference on the Political Economy of International Organizations. For the tenth anniversary, the conference returns to Switzerland and will be held at the University of Bern, on January 12-14, 2017. The conference brings together economists and political scientists to address political economy issues related to international organizations such as the World Trade Organization, United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and European Union, and also other international organizations that have as yet received less attention in the academic literature.
The 2017 Meeting of the European Public Choice Society will be held from April 19 – 22, 2017 at the Central European University’s School of Public Policy in Budapest, Hungary. The European Public Choice Society promotes scientific research on the economics and politics of public and non-market decision-making, political economy and the economics of institutions. About 250 researchers from different fields such as economics, political science and other social sciences meet annually to discuss the current issues in all fields of Public Choice. Submissions will be accepted from September 1 until November 29, 2016.
The annual conference brings together international scholars and researchers of development economics and neighboring fields. Plenary sessions with keynote speakers, parallel sessions with contributed papers, and a poster session (with two discussants for all posters) will reflect the current state of research in development economics and provide a forum for exchange for researchers and practitioners.