The conference aims to bring academics together with researchers at central banks and other policy institutions to present ongoing theoretical and empirical work on macroprudential regulation and policy. Scheduled for a day and a half, the meeting will include presenters and discussants, a high-level policy panel, and keynote addresses by Stefan Ingves, Governor of Sveriges Riksbank, and Professor Hyun Song Shin, Princeton University.
Many national authorities are introducing or enhancing macroprudential regulation and supervision. The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision is finalising its proposals for new international standards that integrate microprudential and macroprudential elements. Prominent issues in these efforts include how to deal with systemic risk, identifying vulnerabilities in the financial sector, and mitigating procyclicality through macroprudential instruments such as capital requirements and loan-to-value ratios.
Relevant topics for papers include, but are not limited to:
Submission of papers:
Interested authors should submit a draft paper in electronic form to email@example.com by 30 September 2010. The authors of accepted papers will be notified by end-October 2010.
The organisers will cover reasonable expenses for travel and accommodation for the authors of accepted papers.