INFER Workshops

5th INFER Workshop on Monetary Economics and Financial Markets: Monetary Policy in Emerging Countries

From: 2006-07-14 to: 2006-07-16
Place: London, U.K.

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Objectives

This INFER Workshop provides an opportunity for all involved in research in Monetary Economics to exchange their ideas. Researchers are invited to submit theoretical and applied papers broadly in line with the theme of the workshop: “Monetary Policy in Emerging Countries”.

Participants

The workshop is open to all involved in economic research, including both young and experienced researchers, post-doctoral students, and professionals from business, government and non-governmental institutions. We would especially encourage young researchers and those from the new EU member states to submit a paper.

Submission of Papers

Deadline for submission of papers was May 15, 2006.

All papers will be peer reviewed. Authors of accepted papers will be notified no later than 12th June, 2006. Paper presenters are expected to discuss one other paper during the meeting. The discussant assignments will be made at a later date.

Publication of Papers

A selection of papers presented at the workshop will be published in one or more conference volumes shortly after the workshop. For details of possible publication outlets use the link on publications.

Programme

Please find the programme below in attached files section.

Location/Venue

The workshop will be held at Kingston University, London, United Kingdom. Kingston upon Thames is a vibrant riverside town with easy access to surrounding parkland and countryside. It is one of the most pleasant locations in the London area, and the capital's shopping, restaurants and cultural activities are just 25 minutes away by train. Although part of Greater London, Kingston has retained its own identity. It has a lively town centre with historic buildings and monuments, modern shopping developments and a pleasant riverside environment with plenty of large, open, green spaces and parks.

Kingston University offers quality teaching in a vibrant and diverse university community. The University aims to be open and accessible to potential students of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities. We offer an intellectually challenging and culturally enriching environment to live and work in.

Information on how to get to Penrhyn Road Campus can be downloaded below.

Registration and Accomodation

To register for this workshop, please fill in the registration form and mail or fax it to the INFER office address given on the form.

Please note that there will be a dinner on Saturday which is not included in the registration fee. If you wish to participate in this dinner, please register separately using this dinner registration form.

Regarding accomodation you may find this list of hotels, hostels and B&B options helpful for your private booking.

Please note that Kingston University offers a limited number of single rooms with private bathrooms at a Hall of Residence. For this option only, please use the accomodation registration form which you will find here.

Further Information

Questions may be directed to the Workshop Organiser:

PD Dr. Willy Spanjers, w.spanjers@kingston.ac.uk

 

 

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