Call For Papers: Finlawmetrics 2013 Central Banking and Systemic Risk — Evolution or Revolution? Monetary Stability, Prudential Policies and Governance

January 17, 2013 at 6:44 pm Leave a comment

This conference will be sponsored by the European Banking Centre, Tilburg University Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation, Bocconi University Centre on Central Banks & Financial Institutions, New York University.  TOPIC: The Conference will focus on the relationships between monetary policy, prudential issues and central banking. PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Submit your paper to: and simultaneously upload the manuscript at  DEADLINE: The deadline for submissions is February, 28, 2013. Authors will be notified by March, 29, 2013.  Bocconi University will refund economy – class travel expenses and will cover accommodation for paper presenters and chairs for the two days of the Conference.

Topics: Consumer and Financial Services Law & Calls for Papers


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