Financial Markets and Macroeconomic Stability Conference
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
15 - 16 December
The European Central Bank is organising a conference on “Financial Markets and Macroeconomic Stability” in Frankfurt am Main, on 15-16 December.
The conference will bring together researchers from academia and policy institutions to discuss the importance of financial markets for monetary policy and macroeconomic stability.
The conference will provide a forum for presenting the latest advances in various empirical and theoretical issues. Possible topics include (but are not restricted to):
Financial market imperfections and business cycle fluctuations
Corporate finance and macroeconomic stability
Credit and the housing market
Banking and financial intermediation in general equilibrium
Financial innovation and the transmission of monetary policy
Asset prices and monetary policy
Optimal monetary and fiscal policy in the presence of financial market imperfections
Submissions and correspondence
Authors should submit a draft of the paper or an extended abstract in electronic format to Ms Iris Bettenhäuser at the address; iris.bettenhaeuser[at]ecb.europa.eu
Deadline for submissions: July 15th.
The conference will cover travel and accommodation expenses for paper presenters and discussants.
For further details, see: Financial Markets and Macroeconomic Stability Conference Website
Lawrence Christiano (Northwestern University)
Fiorella De Fiore (European Central Bank)
Massimo Rostagno (European Central Bank)
Oreste Tristani (European Central Bank)
Michael Woodford (Columbia University)