3rd Conference on Financial Stability
27-28 June, 2011 Venue: TZ4 at Tilburg University campus[ Directions ; Campus Map ]
Topics during the conference:
- Optimal regulatory responses to the financial crisis: the welfare tradeoffs of stricter financial regulations
- Implications of securitization and other financial innovations for macroeconomic and financial stability
- The role of institutions and markets in managing liquidity risks, contagion, and spill-over of shocks
- Implications of the internationalization of banks for macroeconomic and financial stability
- The incentives of financial institutions to form interconnections and the implications for systemic risk
- Stability issues arising at non-bank financial institutions
- The role of information sharing and rating agencies in the run-up to and outbreak of the crisis
- The effect of corporate governance structures in financial institutions and markets on stability
The aim of this conference was to bring together researchers in different fields of finance and economics working on financial stability-related issues. High quality submissions of theoretical and empirical nature on macro- and microeconomic aspects of financial stability have been submitted.
A keynote speech was delivered by Charles Calomiris, Columbia University GSB.
The conference was held at Tilburg University. The program started on Monday at 9:00 and ended on Tuesday at 14:00. The program included 10-12 papers with their discussions, leaving ample time for comments from the audience. Presenters and discussants were kindly invited to attend for the whole duration of the conference.
For more detailed information please check the program of the Financial Stability Conference.
- Marcella Lucchetta
"Capital Regulation, Liquidity Requirements and Taxation and in Dynamic Model of Banking"
- Lammertjan Dam
"Bank Bailouts, Interventions, and Moral Hazard"
- Klaus Schaeck
"Bank Risk Taking and Liquidity Creation following Regulatory Interventions and Capital Support"
- Giovanni Dell'Ariccia
"Monetary Policy, Leverage, and Bank Risk Taking"
- Felix Suntheim
"Managerial Compensation in the Financial Service Industry"
- Gustavo Suarez
"Does the financial sector impact the Real Economy: Evidence from the Commercial Paper Market During the 2007-2008 Financial Crisis"
- Günter Strobl
"The Economics of Solicited and Unsolicited Credit Ratings"
- Leonard Nakamura
"Credit Cycle and Adverse Selection Effects in Consumer Credit Markets - Evidence from the HELOC Market"
- Kasper Roszbach
"Collateralization, Bank Loan Rates and Monitoring: Evidence from a Natural Experiment"
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Olivier De Jonghe (EBC, Tilburg University)
Vasso Ioannidou (EBC, Tilburg University)
Bob DeYoung (University of Kansas)
Serdar Dinc (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)
Mark Flannery (University of Florida)
Xavier Freixas (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Joel Houston (University of Florida)
Victoria Ivashina (Harvard Business School)
Leonard Nakamura (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)
Marco Pagano (Università di Napoli Federico II)
Maria Fabiana Penas (EBC, Tilburg University)
Tanju Yorulmazer (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Call for papers
The deadline for submissions was January 15, 2011. Acceptance decisions were made on April 1, 2011. Economy class travel and accommodation for invited participants was covered.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org referring to the FS conference 2011.