21st International Conference: Long Run Risks

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CfP Deadline Date:
May 31, 2022

Conference Event:
September 22-23, 2022

Event Location:
Venice, Italy

Keynote speaker(s):

  • Robert F. Engle (NYU Stern)
  • Marcin Kacperczyk (Imperial College London)
  • Lucrezia Reichlin (London Business School)

GRETA Associati, CRIF, European Datawarehouse, European Investment Bank and Intesa Sanpaolo

GRETA Associati (Venice, Italy), CRIF (Bologna, Italy), European Datawarehouse (Frankfurt, Germany), European Investment Bank (Luxembourg) and Intesa Sanpaolo (Milan, Italy) are co-sponsors of a Conference to be held in Venice on September 22-23, 2022.

The Conference will bring together academics, practitioners and PhD students working in various areas of financial and credit risk with the aim to create a unique opportunity for participants to discuss research progress and policy and industry-relevant insights as well as directions for future research.

The Conference, organised under the auspices of the Department of Economics and VERA – Venice centre in Economic and Risk Analytics for public policies (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice), ABI – Italian Banking AssociationAIAF – Associazione Italiana per l’Analisi Finanziaria and AIFIRM – Associazione Italiana Financial Industry Risk Managers, is the twenty-first of a series dedicated to various aspects of credit risk.

The theme of this year’s conference brings the attention on long run risks, whose notion is multifaceted, but whose impact is becoming more and more evident and is receiving attention both at political and regulatory level.

The final program will include both submitted and invited papers. Acceptances received so far from invited speakers include Robert Engle (Stern Business School, New York University), Marcin Kacperczyk (Imperial College London) and Lucrezia Reichlin (London Business School). The Conference will also feature panel discussions on researchers’, practitioners’ and policy makers’ views of the major issues at stake.

The organizers encourage submissions on any topic within the overall theme of the conference and in the following areas in particular:

  • LONG RUN RISKS: Modelling; Backtesting and Validation; ESG Risks for significantly wider time horizons with respect to the most traditional financial risks (Market, Credit, etc.)
  • LONG RUN INVESTMENTS AND PORTFOLIOS: Illiquidity premium in the short vs the long run; Investment risk in real assets: Focus on Real Estate risk; Investment policies for Insurance and Pension Funds; Private vs Public Markets in long run portfolios, the role of Private Equity and the contribution to Venture Capital; Fintech for Sustainability
  • LONG RUN BUSINESS STRATEGIES: Sustainability Plans; Restructuring of Production Processes; Mitigation of Climate Physical and Transition Risks
  • LONG RUN CLIMATE POLICIES: New regulatory actions to reduce emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse gases; New financial regulations to promote the Low-Carbon Transition at public and private level
  • SOCIO-ECONOMIC STABILITY IN THE LONG RUN: Inflation dynamics; Impact of transition costs from an economic and social point of view; New measures to manage migrations due to Climate Change
  • LONG RUN MARKET INFORMATION AND DISCLOSURE: International Financial Reporting Standards; International Accounting Standards; Long Run Financial Regulation (Banks, Insurers, Funds)

Further Information:

Those wishing to present a paper at the Conference should submit by May 31, 2022 to the address given below (preferably in electronic format).

Please indicate to whom correspondence should be addressed. Decisions regarding acceptance will be made by June 30, 2022.

The final version of accepted papers must be received by August 31, 20202.

Please send papers to: credit@greta.it


  • May 31, 2022 Papers submission deadline
  • June 30, 2022 Paper acceptance notification
  • August 31, 2022 Deadline for sending final version of accepted papers

Link CfP & Conference:
21st International Conference: Long Run Risks