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Central Bank of Ireland - ECB and IM-TCD
Workshop on:
International Capital Flows and Exchange Rates
CALL FOR PAPERS
Venue: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Date: September 6th, 2019

This one-day workshop aims at bringing together leading scholars to discuss recent developments in international capital flows and exchange rates, from both empirical and theoretical perspectives.
We invite submissions in the following areas:

  • Implications of monetary policies in centre economies for international capital flows
  • Design of macroeconomic policy frameworks in countries receiving large capital inflows
  • Global cycles and domestic financial conditions
  • Exchange rates, currency exposures, dominant currencies and the global transmission of shocks
  • The geography of international financial flows and investment positions
  • The role of multinationals for international capital flows
  • Market-based finance and international capital flows

Keynote speaker: Martín Uribe (Columbia University)

The deadline for submissions is April 30th, 2019. Complete papers should be sent to imtcd@tcd.ie. When submitting your paper, please indicate availability to act as discussant. Registration is free. Financial support for accommodation is available upon request. Participants from central banks and international organizations are expected to cover their own costs. Authors of selected papers will have the option to submit them for consideration at the Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv)
Organisers:
Agustín S. Bénétrix (Trinity College Dublin, IM-TCD and Review of World Economics) - local
Vahagn Galstyan (Central Bank of Ireland, Trinity College Dublin and IM-TCD) - local
Maurizio Habib (European Central Bank)
Martin Schmitz (European Central Bank)
Laura Alfaro (Harvard University and Review of World Economics)
Paul Bergin (University of California at Davis and Review of World Economics)