7. Workshop Banken und Finanzmärkte

Conference date: 
26.10.2017 to 27.10.2017
Deadline to fill in subscriptions (Date): 
31.08.2017
Conference type: 
Konferenzen in A,CH,D
Conference description: 

Call for Papers The organizing committee Prof. Dr. T. Gehrig (Univ. Wien), Dr. T. Pausch (Deutsche Bundesbank) and Prof. Dr. P. Welzel (Univ. Augsburg) invite young academics (Ph.D. students and postdocs) dealing with theoretical or theoretically founded empirical research on banks and financial markets to submit a paper or a project outline for presentation at the 7th Workshop Banks and Financial Markets taking place October 26th -27th 2017 at the Deutsche Bundesbank Conference Center in Eltville am Rhein. Papers that examine competition between financial intermediaries, the risk taking of individual banks, the stability of the financial sector and its regulation are of particular interest. The workshop aims at linking young economists interested in related topics. It provides a platform to exchange ideas and discuss recent contributions. Presentations, assigned comments and general discussions create an inspiring setting. Submissions should be sent electronically to Martin Windl (martin.windl@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de) until August 31st 2017. Notifications of paper acceptances or rejections will be made by mid of September. Accommodation and meals in the Deutsche Bundesbank Conference Center will be free of charge for all invited participants. It is further planned to contribute to travel costs of speakers. In addition, the Deutsche Bundesbank will organize a bus shuttle to Eltville departing from Frankfurt Main Station. For further information do not hesitate to contact Martin Windl (martin.windl@wiwi.uni-augsburg.de) or Thilo Pausch (thilo.pausch@bundesbank.de).

Land der Konferenz: 
Germany
Name: 
Thomas Gehrig
Institution: 
Universität Wien
Conference location: 
Bundesbank Conference Center, Eltville
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