CfP Deadline Date:
August 24, 2020 (Full Papers Regular Session)
September 10, 2020 (Extended Abstract COVID-19)
October 9-10, 2020
- Edward Altman (NYU Stern School of Business)
- Linda Allen (City University of New York)
- Menachem Brenner (NYU Stern School of Business)
- Edith Hotchkiss (Boston College)
- Giorgio Baldassarri (S&P Global Market Intelligence)
- Paul Hiebert (European Central Bank)
The Risk Banking and Finance Society, in collaboration with the University of Florence, the NYU Stern Salomon Center, and the co-organizer JRC-European Commission together with the new South American HUB Fundação Dom Cabral
The COVID-19 pandemic is still affecting the planet and made impossible to hold the IRMC annual meeting this June, as scheduled in Krakow. The organizing committee has decided to hold the IRMC 2020 as our first Virtual Conference on October 9-10, 2020 and to postpone IRMC Krakow to next June 2021. We have selected the platform Whova as technical partner for the event and we are reopening the call for papers until August 24, 2020. Fundação Dom Cabral (Brazil) has joined in the role of South American HUB for the conference.
The topic of the conference has changed to: Managing Global Risks: The COVID-19 Pandemic “New Normal” and the Challenges for a Sustainable Economic Environment”.
A New special session dedicated to “COVID-19’s Impact on Global Financial Stability and Risk Management practices” has been organized. Being aware that event studies on the Covid-19 pandemic are still in an early phase of development, the submission to the special session dedicated to COVID-19 can be either an early draft of the paper or anextended abstract submitted by September 10. This special session invites submissions related to the impact of the pandemic on sovereign institutions, economic consequences and on financial institutions and markets.
The conference will bring together leading experts from various academic disciplines and professionals for a two-day conference including three keynote plenary sessions, three parallel featured sessions and a professional workshop. The conference welcomes all relevant theoretical, methodological and empirical contributions.
COVID-19 SPECIAL SESSION
This special session invites submissions related to the impact of the pandemic on sovereign institutions, financial institutions and financial markets. Broadly, the extended abstracts should be focused on the impact of the crisis on all asset classes, derivatives markets, central banks, financial intermediaries and other financial system related entities. Detailed topics are among the following: Central Bank measures and liquidity “bazooka-effect” during Covid-19 Pandemic; Liquidity risk and Market liquidity in equity and debt markets, exchange-traded and OTC securities and derivatives; Information about coronavirus pandemic and asset prices determination: the impact of financial information on assets price; High-frequency data analysis and anomaly detection in stocks, oil, commodities, repos and potential; The impact of government policies implemented before or during the crisis on financial markets and institutions; Procyclical feedback of central counterparty margin requirements, regulatory capital requirements, and bank risk-management practices; Borrower runs on bank lines of credit; Asset management performance during the pandemic: leveraged ETFs, and crowded trades. Lending and performance of financial institutions during the crisis., Modelling, Money and Liquidity, Sustainable Finance.
Theoretical and empirical papers are encouraged in areas that include, but are not limited to: Asset Pricing, Banking, Financial Econometrics, Capital Markets, Financial Intermediation, Corporate Finance, Financial Crises, Corporate Governance, Market Microstructure, Financial Regulation, International Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Emerging Market, Corporate Investment Decision, Global Risk Markets, Macro-financial Linkages, Financial Policy, Securitization, Behavioural Finance, Financial Integration, Mathematical & Computational, Mergers & Acquisitions, Modelling, Money and Liquidity, Sustainable Finance. A detailed list of topic can be found here: click here
- Full Paper Submission: Full-papers eligible for regular parallel sessions must be submitted by August 24, 2020. Papers accepted previously will be automatically included in the regular parallel session program. New submissions will undergo the regular peer review process and, if accepted will be presented in the regular parallel sessions.
- Covid-19 Special Session: Paper or Extended Abstract eligible for the Covid-19 special session must be submitted by September 10, 2020and will undergo a Scientific Committee Review. Accepted papers will be presented in the Covid-19 special parallel session.
A maximum of two papers per person can be submitted but only one paper, if accepted, will be listed for presentation in the parallel sessions.
Best Paper Awards:
In collaboration with Classis Capital SIM, we are happy to announce the following awards:
– BEST COVID-19 RELATED PAPER
– IRMC2020 BEST CONFERENCE PAPER AWARD
– BEST YOUNG RESEARCHER AWARD
Each paper will receive a prize of €1000.
Link Conference: IRMC 2020