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Workshops on Central Bank Digital Currencies and Research on the Frontier of Financial Economics and Financial Econometrics

 

Workshop on Central Bank Digital Currencies

Date: 04 April 2024, 09:00 – 18:00

Workshop on Research on the Frontier of Financial Economics and Financial Econometrics

Date: 05 April 2024, 09:00 – 18:00

Venue: City, University of London in the Northampton Suite B411a of the University Building

 

The Workshops will, each day, have three eminent speakers present their research. The 04 April workshop will include Dr Katrin Assenmacher (European Central Bank) and presentations from an additional two eminent speakers. The 05 April workshop will have three presentations by distinguished speakers which include Professor Giulia Iori (City, University of London), Professor Lorenzo Trapani (University of Leicester) and Professor Oliver Linton (University of Cambridge).

The call for papers for these workshops is open. The deadline is 10 March 2024 at 23:59.

Researchers and PhD students who wish to present their research at one of the available times should send an email to the appropriate organizers of that workshop in which your research is most aligned.  In your email, please attach your research paper, and include the title, abstract and the authors of the paper.   For applicants whose research paper concerns central bank digital currencies send an email application to Professor Keith Pilbeam (k.s.pilbeam@city.ac.uk) and Dr Xiaogang Che (Xiaogang.Che@city.ac.uk) with subject heading Application to the 04 April Workshop and include the paper, abstract and authors names in the body of the email. For applicants whose research paper concerns financial economics and financial econometrics send your email application to Dr William Pouliot (w.pouliot@bham.ac.uk) with subject heading Application to 05 April Workshop and include the paper, abstract and authors names in the body of the email.

Each workshop offers a special section of the International Journal of Finance and Economics where up to five papers presented during the each day will be published.