Submission deadline: June 15, 2016

Call for Papers

Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance

November 17-18, 2016, New York

Overview

The third bi-annual Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance, organized by the European Central Bank, Federal Reserve Board, and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in New York City on November 17-18, 2016. The purpose of the Forum is to promote the discussion of frontier research on empirical and theoretical issues in International Finance, Banking, and Open Economy Macroeconomics, with a special eye on relevance for monetary policy.

In the wake of volatile financial and commodity markets, recent financial crises, significant exchange rate realignments and international capital flows, slow growth and some deflationary pressures, policymakers around the world face many challenges attaining economic goals and maintaining financial stability. Paper submissions addressing these and related issues are highly encouraged.

Some specific examples of relevant topics might include:

  • Cross-borders financial spillovers due to global risk, sovereign default risk and policy uncertainty
  • International considerations in setting monetary, fiscal and prudential policy
  • Safe haven currencies: drivers and effects
  • Challenges from structural shifts in commodity markets and global demand

Submission Deadline

Complete manuscripts or extended abstracts should be submitted electronically in PDF format to 2016.GRF.Conference@ny.frb.org by June 15, 2016. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by July 15, 2016.

Travel expenses of academic presenters and discussants will be reimbursed according to guidelines that will be distributed.

The agenda of previous meetings can be found here:

Conference organizers

  • Bianca De Paoli, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Luca Dedola, European Central Bank
  • Linda Goldberg, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • John Rogers, Federal Reserve Board
  • Livio Stracca, European Central Bank