Paper submissions for the 2nd Lille-Reading Workshop on International Finance is now open.
Lille Economie Management (LEM-CNRS) – University of Lille (France), the Group for Economic Analysis, Research (GEAR) – University of Reading (UK) and the European Research Group (GdRE) in Money, Banking and Finance (France/EU) are holding their 2nd Lille-Reading Workshop on International Finance, entitled ‘Tensions within Globalisation’.
It will be held online on 17-18 November 2022.
The workshop is organised in a sequence of plenary single sessions. Each paper will be assigned a discussant. Presentation will be 25 minutes, followed by 20 minutes for discussion. There are no participation fees. The workshop will be held online.
Following the workshop, a special issue of Open Economies Review will be published by the end of 2023, selecting papers presented at the workshop as well as additionally submitted papers on the theme of focus of the workshop. They solicit theoretical as well as empirical or computational papers to potentially be included in this special issue.
The organisers are welcoming paper submissions on various economic-related topics.
Topics could cover issues such as:
– A new (post-pandemic, post-war) era for globalisation?
– Economies’ vulnerability to commodity shocks
– Central bank reserves management in time of tensions
– Exchange-rate evolution in turbulent periods
– Climate change, natural disasters, and economic policies
– Global lending conditions in challenging times
– New trends in official financial flows
– Disasters and migration flows
– Effects of economic sanctions
– Fiscal policy responses to crises
Please submit your completed paper by e-mail as pdf file attachment to both Florence Huart (University of Lille) at email@example.com and Alexander Mihailov (University of Reading) at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submission for the workshop is 30 September 2022, and for the special issue is 31 January 2023. Decisions for the workshop , following a usual reviewing process by the Scientific Committee, will be circulated by 5 October 2022; decisions for the special issue, after a standard – but accelerated – refereeing process, will be circulated by 15 April 2023. Invited revisions will be due by 30 June 2023.
Christoph TREBESCH (Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Kiel University)
Selected papers will be considered for publication in a special issue of Open Economies Review.