INFER Workshop - Monetary Policy, Asset Prices And The Real Economy In Central And Eastern Europe

Країна: Румунія

Місто: Timisoara

Тези до: 01.09.2014

Дати: 12.12.14 — 13.12.14

Область наук: Економічні; Юридичні;

Е-мейл Оргкомітету: infer2014@ecreb.ro

Організатори: NFER (International Network for Economic Research) and RCEM (Research Centre for Engineering and Management) ECREB (East-European Center for Research in Economics and Business)

 

Workshop Objectives

This workshop provides an opportunity for all those interested in monetary policy, asset prices and real economy to discuss their research and to exchange ideas. Researchers are invited to submit both empirical and theoretical papers that are broadly consistent with the workshop’s special theme. The purpose of the workshop is to address the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries case, characterized by important changes in their monetary policy framework in the eve of their accession to the EMU, by the development of their financial markets and by the fluctuations of their real economy in the context of the recent financial crisis.

Topics to be discussed during the workshop, with reference to the CEE countries, might include (but are not limited to):

Monetary Policy and Asset Prices
Banking, financial structure and monetary policy transmission
Asset prices correlation, contagion and bubbles
Monetary policy and derivatives trading
Financial volatility, uncertainty, risk aversion and exchange rates
Monetary Policy and Economic Performance
The real effects of monetary stimulus
Monetary policy and unemployment
Monetary commitments and structural reforms
Money supply and business cycles
Asset Prices and Real Economic Activity
Financial innovation and risk sharing
Credit crunch, savings and economic growth
Finance, institutional reform and growth
Exchange rate and energy prices

Keynote Speakers

We are happy to welcome the following distinguished keynote speakers:
Ansgar BELKE (University of Duisburg – Essen, DIW)
Jarko FIDRMUC (Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen)
László HALPERN (Institute of Economics – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, CEPR)

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