The Credit Crunch: Financial Regulation and Monetary Policy under Market (In)efficiencies
From: 2009-06-12 to: 2009-06-14
Place: Kingston University
- Call for Papers: Credit crunch.pdf
Workshop objectives and topics
This INFER workshop provides an opportunity for all those interested in the general causes and consequences of the credit crunch with a specific emphasis on financial regulation, monetary policy and market (in)efficiencies. It is an excellent opportunity to bring together researchers and practitioners alike who are interested in theoretical aspects as well as in practical issues. Researchers, especially young researchers, are invited to submit theoretical and practical papers. A selection of papers presented at the workshop will be published in a Special Issue of the “International Journal of Economic Issues” and possibly in an INFER volume after the workshop.
This workshop is a joint workshop organised by the “Bounded Rationality in Economics and Finance” and the “Monetary Economics” working groups. For more information on these working groups please visit www.infer-research.net.
Topics to be discussed during the workshop might include (but are not limited to)
• Global financial integration
• Financial market (in)efficiencies
• Behavioural finance
• Financial regulation and supervision
• Interactions between (collapsing) financial markets and monetary policy
• Monetary transmission channels
• Monetary policy
• Andrew Hughes Hallett (George Mason University, USA)
The University is based in Kingston-upon-Thames, a busy riverside town on the western borders of London and Surrey. It is close to Heathrow airport and can easily be reached via public transport. The University has four campuses and this workshop will take place on Penrhyn Road campus. The University has roots going back over 100 years.
Kingston is well served with open spaces, such as Canbury Gardens on the River Thames, Queens Promenade, War Memorial Gardens, Fishponds and over eight recreation grounds. Nearby are three Royal Parks, numerous historic houses and gardens. For more information, please visit the Kingston Tourist Information Centre. From the University it is only 25min to Central London. For travel directions, please visit the University’s direction page.
The registration fee for speakers and other participants will be:
• INFER private members: 60 EUR,
• institutional INFER members: 60 EUR,
• non-members: 120 EUR.
Please note: the annual membership fee for private INFER members is 25 EUR only (institutional INFER members 200 EUR). You are invited to become a member!
Participants who register later than
are subject to a late registration fee:
• INFER private members: 90 EUR,
• institutional INFER members: 90 EUR,
• non-members: 180 EUR.
The workshop will be held at the School of Economics, Kingston University, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 2EE, UK More information about the School can be found at http://www.kingston.ac.uk.
The workshop website at http://www.infer-research.net will provide updated information concerning registration details and accommodation facilities, etc.
Questions may be directed to the workshop organizers:
• Christian Richter firstname.lastname@example.org
• Willem Spanjers email@example.com
• Wei Pang firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is taking place in Kingston-upon-Thames which is about 30min away from London City Centre. So we would recommend a hotel in Kingston.
The easiest way is to book a hotel online. We are co-operating with HotelsCombined.com. This webpage offers a 10% cash back for Hotel Bookings done with their webpage for workshop participants. You can find further information on http://www.hotelscombined.com/Conference_Support. This service is free and INFER does not receive anything from. It is a service by HotelsCombined.com.
If you would like to book your hotel via this service, we would recommend the following: From their home page please type in "London". Given that London has quite a few hotels, you may want to narrow down your search by typing in "Kingston" in the box "Hotel Name Contains". You will then be given some hotels in Kingston.
Alternatively, you can check some hotels directly such as
- Kingston & Wimbledon YMCA (Surbiton centre) ( walking distance to University http://www.kwymca.org.uk/surbiton_housing.php
- Warwick Lodge (5-minute bus ride to University) http://www.warwicklodge.co.uk/
- Antoinette Hotels (walking distance to University) http://www.antoinettehotel.com/
Of course, you can also check these hotels in hotelscombined.com by typing in the name in the box mentioned above.
We are looking forward meeting you in Kingston.
Rooms: John Galsworthy Building (JG), Penrhyn Road, 1006, 1007, 1009 (Computer lab). All Rooms are on the first floor.
Saturday, 13th June
9.00am - 9.45am
9.45am - 10.00am
Welcome Address by Vince Daly (Head of School) and Christian Richter (Chair of INFER)
10.00am - 11.30am
John Ryan (Hult International Business School and CEPA) - The Greenspan Federal Reserve Role in the Financial Crisis
Discussant: Ulrich van Suntum
Ulrich van Suntum (University of Muenster) - How to Dispose off the Balance Scrap - A lesson from German Bank History
Discussant: John Ryan
11.30am - 11.45am
11.45am - 1.15pm
Tomasz Wieladeck (Graduate Institute of International Studies) - How does Equity Market Deregulation affect the Transmission of Monetary Policy
Discussant: Adam Koronowski
Adam Koronowski - Money for Nothin'
Discussant: Tomasz Wieladeck
1.15pm - 2.30pm
2.30pm - 4pm
Keynote Address: Andrew Hughes Hallett (George Mason University) - Financial Instability Prevention
4pm - 4.15pm
4.15pm - 5.45pm
Vina Theodorakopoulou (Kingston University) - Consumer Debt Decisions: The Role of Ambiguity
Discussant: Wei Pang
Willem Spanjers (Kingston University) - Liquidity, Crises and Ambiguity in Asset Returns
Discussant: Vina Theodorakopoulou
Dinner (for those who have booked it, location will be announced during the workshop)
Sunday, 14th June
10.30am - 12noon
Roman Kozhan (University of Warwick) - Arbitrage Opportunity: a Blessing or a Curse
Discussant: Christian Richter
Victoria Dobrinskaya - The Implications of the Asymmetric Price Rigidity for the Monetary Policy in an open Economy and across Country Evidence
12noon - 1.30pm
1.30pm - 3pm
Peiyi Yu (University of East London) - Lessons from the Collapse in Hybrid Bank Capital Securities
Discussant: Chun-Chou Wu
Chun-Chou Wu (National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology) - The Euro’s Impacts on the Smooth Transition Dynamics of Stock Market Volatilities
Discussant: Peiyi Yu
INFER Workshop in Kaifeng - Extended deadline
event starting date: 2016-03-18
Call for Papers Economic Modelling
Post-doctoral scholarship in Economics, Agricultural Sciences, Mathematics or Tourism
Does Inequality Lead to Credit Growth? Testing the Rajan Hypothesis Using State-Level Data
Author: Steven Yamarik Makram El Shagi Guy Yamashiro
Fiscal policy and economic growth: Empirical evidence from the European Union.
Author: Dimitrios Paparas Christian Richter
Do debt and growth dance together? A DSGE model of a small open economy with sovereign debt
Author: Zixi Liu