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The Paris School of Economics, the Banque de France, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the CEPR are organizing a two-day workshop on the Economics of Cross-Border Banking that will be held in Paris on December 13-14, 2013. The workshop will give researchers and central bankers the opportunity to discuss theoretical work, empirical findings and policy implications related to cross-border banking.
The keynote speaker will be: Linda Goldberg, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
The organizers encourage the submission of theoretical and empirical research that is related to the following topics:
the role of internationally active banks in the global economy
the effects of cross-border banking on the financial and the real sector in the host and the home country
the role of banks in the transmission of shocks
aspects of industrial organization and market structure
the organizational choice of global banks
dynamics of international bank flows and business cycle effects
the composition of international capital flows
implications of global banking for financial stability
regulatory challenges and responses
The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2013. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by October 15, 2013. There is no participation fee. Travel reimbursement will be offered to presenters and discussants according to the CEPR travel guidelines.