2019 Financial Stability Conference: Financial Stability: Risks, Resilience, and Policy

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CfP Deadline Date:
June 30, 2019.
Conference Event:
November 21–22, 2019

Event Location:
Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, USA

Organizer(s):

Post-financial-crisis debate has focused on identifying risks to financial stability and developing appropriate policy tools to enhance the resilience of financial markets and institutions to future systemic shocks. This conference will advance this debate by spotlighting research on potential financial stability risks facing financial markets and institutions, sources of resiliency in the financial system, and the adequacy of regulatory and supervisory policy tools to monitor and address risks. Topics include the effects of macroprudential and monetary policy on financial stability, regulatory challenges of technological advances on financial markets and financial institutions, and systemic risks and risk mitigants associated with nonbank financial institutions.

To develop these themes, the conference will bring together a mix of policymakers, market participants, and researchers in two types of sessions:

Policy Discussions
These sessions will include keynote addresses and panel discussions in which participants from industry, regulatory agencies, and academia can share their insights.

Research Forums
These forums will follow the format of an academic workshop and include sessions to discuss submitted papers.
Topics
We welcome submissions of research on topics related to potential financial stability risks facing financial markets and institutions, sources of financial system resilience, and related public policy. Conference topics include but are not limited to the following:

Further Information:
Travel and accommodation expenses will be provided for conference speakers and paper presenters.

Link CfP: 2019 Financial Stability Conference: Financial Stability: Risks, Resilience, and Policy