Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance -- Call for Papers
November 17-18, 2022
Federal Reserve Bank of New York, New York, New York
The fifth biennial Global Research Forum on International Macroeconomics and Finance, organized by the European Central Bank, Federal Reserve Board, and Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on November 17-18, 2022. While an in-person meeting is being planned, the specific event format remains to be determined.
The purpose of the Forum is to promote the discussion of frontier research on empirical and theoretical issues in international finance, global banking, and open economy macroeconomics, with a focus on relevance for monetary policy and financial stability.
This year's Forum will focus on the challenges facing central banks, including paths of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, elevated inflation, and addressing climate change risks. We invite submission of papers with empirical or theoretical contributions and an international focus that address, but are not limited to, the following issues:
- International financial and inflationary consequences of climate regulation and policies pertaining to ESG (environmental, social, and governance) capital markets.
- International financial and financial system consequences of changes to global supply chains, international trade, and commodity prices.
- Cross-country differences in drivers of inflation and wages, with a focus on the contributing roles of monetary policy regimes and pandemic responses.
- Cross-border transmission of domestic financial conditions.
Complete manuscripts (which will be given priority) and extended abstracts should be submitted electronically in PDF format to [email protected] by June 1, 2022. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by July 15, 2022. Allowable travel expenses of presenting academic authors will be reimbursed, but participants from central banks and other official institutions will be expected to cover their own expenses.
Ozge Akinci, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Julian di Giovanni, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Linda Goldberg, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Juan M. Londono, Federal Reserve Board
Arnaud Mehl, European Central Bank
Friederike Niepmann, Federal Reserve Board
Livio Stracca, European Central Bank
Georg Strasser, European Central Bank