The Society for the Study of Emerging Markets (SSEM) announces its EuroConference 2012 to be held in collaboration with the University of Primorska, Faculty of Tourism (UP FTŠ) and University of Primorska, Faculty of Management (UP FM).
Like previous SSEM EuroConferences, this conference serves as forum for academics, practitioners, and central bank and government officials in Europe and all over the world to present and discuss research results about the evolution of the international economy and of the global financial system. Emphasis will be placed on the developments in the European economies, on the fate of the Euro and of the impact of these developments on international trade, finance and regulation as well as on national economies and financial systems.
Theoretical, empirical and policy-oriented papers are all welcome. Among the research topics to be considered are:
- New Economic and Regulatory Architecture for Europe
- Implications of the Global Crisis for Emerging Markets
- Euro’s Future Role in the Global Economy
- New EU Members and Euro Adoption
- What are the Roles for the IMF, World Bank, etc.?
- Monetary Policy and Currency Crises, Sovereign Debt Management and Related Issues, Financial Market Microstructure and Regulation, Basel III and Bank Risk Management
- Corporate Governance
- Private Equity, Hedge Funds, and Sovereign Wealth Funds
- Transmission of Volatility and Capital Flow Restrictions
All papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication in special issues of, or symposia in, the SSCI-indexed journals Emerging Markets Finance and Trade and Eastern European Economics as well as in Comparative Economic Studies. Also, all accepted papers not selected for journal publication will be published in an e-book with an ISSN number that will be available on the Society’s web page.
- Prof. Dr. Štefan Bojnec, Professor of Economics and Research Professor at the Faculty of Management, University of Primorska.
- Prof. Prof h.c. Dr. Josef C. Brada, President, Society for the Study of Emerging Markets and Editor, Eastern European Economics and Co-editor, Comparative Economic Studies.
Local Organising Committee
Štefan Bojnec, Ina Lejko, Marijana Pregarac, Marijana Sikošek