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CALL FOR PAPERS: “Monetary Policy Spillovers”, virtual workshop on 25 August 2022

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Financial innovation: A threat to financial stability? Federal Reserve Bank of Bank of Atlanta, Oct. 6-7, 2022

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Register now for our NEW virtual seminar series on Central Banking & Digital Currencies

We are delighted to introduce a unique platform to bring together central bank researchers, academic economists, and policy makers to discuss policy-relevant research related to digital payments, digital currencies, and central banking.

The goal is to facilitate an exchange between researchers and policy makers, as well as to promote research that can inform current and upcoming policy discussions.

Dates & time (Eastern time US/Canada):
Mar 25, 2022 12:00 PM
Apr 29, 2022 11:00 AM
May 20, 2022 11:00 AM
Jun 24, 2022 11:00 AM
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CALL FOR PAPERS Sveriges Riksbank: 1st PhD Workshop in Money and Finance May 18th, 2022

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SUERF invites you to join their “Gender, the Economy and Digitalization” conference in co-operation with Banque de France

We are delighted to share details of the SUERF (The European Money and Finance Forum) event „Gender, Money, and Finance“ , in cooperation with Banque de FranceThis year’s conference topic is “Gender, the Economy and Digitalization” , available via Webex.

  • Date and time: Tuesday, 8 March 2022 at 3:00 PM CET
  • To participate, please register by using the following LINK.

Feel free to share this invitation with colleagues who might be interested to attend!

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The CEBRA Inflation: Drivers & Dynamics (IDD) Program is excited to announce the launch of the Indirect Consumer Inflation Expectations (ICIE) website. 

  • Visit the IDD Indirect Consumer Inflation Expectations (ICIE) website

  • The ICIE measure differs from conventional survey measures by using an indirect approach to infer inflation expectations, asking respondents how much they think their current level of income needs to change for them to be equally well-off and afford the same basket of goods and services one year from now. Further details on the measure can be found in the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Economic Commentary: Indirect Consumer Inflation Expectations (clevelandfed.org)

  • The ICIE survey is fielded to about 20,000 respondents in the US weekly and 1000 respondents per country in 15 countries monthly. The website will update the main figures once a week and the international data once a month.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Deutsche Bundesbank 2nd International Conference on Payments and Settlement

  • The conference will take place at the Conference Centre of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Eltville, Germany on July 14 & 15, 2022
  • Click here for the Call for Papers
  • Submission deadlines: For submission of abstracts (and preferably the paper): 31 March, 2022. For submission of the full paper (after acceptance): 30 June 2022.
  • Please send an abstract and the paper, if available, as a separate pdf file by e-mail to ICPS@bundesbank.de 

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