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2nd Lille-Reading WInFi

30 septembre 2022 Call for papers
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*Deadline for submissions has been extended to September 30, 2022*

2nd Lille-Reading Workshop on International Finance
“Tensions within Globalisation”
17-18 November 2022, University of Lille (online)

jointly organised by

Lille Economie Management (LEM-CNRS) – University of Lille (France),
the Group for Economic Analysis Research (GEAR) – University of Reading (UK),

the Money Macro and Finance (MMF) Society (UK)

and the European Research Group (GdRE) in Money, Banking and Finance (France/EU)

 

Subject
There have been large disruptions or, at least, changing trends in global trade and finance,
due to various kinds of shocks, such as transnational terrorism, populism, the COVID-19
pandemic, natural disasters, and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The disruptions are
multifaceted: surge in transportation costs, increase in global protectionism, bottlenecks
in global supply chains, restrictions on trade and investment caused by economic
sanctions and counter-sanctions, large swings in commodity prices, massive flows of
refugees, new national FDI screening regimes, heightened capital flow volatility, growing
global imbalances, sharp fluctuations in foreign exchange markets, resurgence of FX
interventions, rebound in currency manipulation... What are the consequences of such
developments? What are the prospects for global trade and finance? What are the policy
challenges? What are the implications for fiscal, monetary, trade, financial, environmental
or migration policies?

 

Topics could cover issues such as:
- A new (post-pandemic, post-war) era for globalisation?
- Economies’ vulnerability to commodity shocks
- Central bank reserves management in time of tensions
- Exchange-rate evolution in turbulent periods
- Climate change, natural disasters, and economic policies
- Global lending conditions in challenging times
- New trends in official financial flows
- Disasters and migration flows
- Effects of economic sanctions
- Fiscal policy responses to crises

 

Submission procedure
Please submit a paper as pdf file attachment copied to the following e-mail addresses:
florence.huart@univ-lille.fr and a.mihailov@reading.ac.uk. The deadline for submission of
completed papers is September 30, 2022 (new deadline). Acceptance of proposals will be notified by
October 5, 2022. The workshop is organised in a sequence of plenary single sessions. Each paper will be assigned a discussant. Presentation will be 25 minutes, followed by 20
minutes for discussion. There are no participation fees. The workshop will be held online.

 

Scientific committee
António AFONSO (University of Lisbon), Renaud BEAUPAIN (IESEG School of
Management, Lille), Gianluca BENIGNO (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), Sophie
BRANA (University of Bordeaux), Michael BREI (University of Lille), Jagjit CHADHA

(National Institute for Economic and Social Research and University of Kent), Jean-
Bernard CHATELAIN (University Paris 1), Cécile COUHARDE (University of Paris Nanterre), Balazs EGERT (OECD), Etienne FARVAQUE (University of Lille), Chryssi GIANNITSAROU (University of Cambridge), Florence HUART (University of Lille), Hubert KEMPF (ENS Paris-Saclay and HSE, Moscow), Miguel LEON-LEDESMA (University of Kent), Anna LIPINSKA (Federal Reserve Board), Matija LOZEJ (Central Bank of Ireland), Isabelle MEJEAN (Ecole Polytechnique), Alexander MIHAILOV (University of Reading), Stephen MILLARD (National Institute for Economic and Social Research and University of Durham), Tommaso MONACELLI (Bocconi University), Gulcin OZKAN (King’s College London), Jean-Christophe POUTINEAU (University of Rennes 1), Piotr STANEK (Cracow University of Economics), George TAVLAS (Bank of Greece and University of Leicester), Cédric TILLE (Graduate Institute Geneva), Fabien TRIPIER (University of Evry)

 

Keynote speaker
Christoph TREBESCH (Kiel Institute for the World Economy and Kiel University)

 

Special issue
Selected papers will be considered for publication in a special issue of Open Economies
Review.

 

Co-organisers
Florence HUART (LEM-University of Lille), florence.huart@univ-lille.fr, and Alexander
MIHAILOV (GEAR-University of Reading): a.mihailov@reading.ac.uk.




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