The International Centre for Economic Analysis (ICEA) – Warsaw
The International Centre for Economic Analysis (ICEA) – Warsaw Chapter invites papers to be considered for the 4th Warsaw Money-Macro-Finance Conference at Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw, Poland.
We invite papers in all areas of macroeconomics and finance, including monetary and fiscal policies, business cycle analysis, general equilibrium, growth theory financial analysis and related fields. The main objective of this meeting is to stimulate cooperation of researchers from all over the world. Young economists are particularly encouraged to apply.
Authors should submit an extended abstract of up to 300 words using the Paper Submission Form. Complete papers may be submitted but the extended abstract is required.
Proposals for sessions consisting of three or four papers are particularly welcome. If you are interested in submitting a session, please send the session topic, author names, titles and abstracts, as well as the name of the conference, to secretary@ICEAnet.org.
Participants who are not planning to present are kindly asked to fill out this participation form.
Submission deadline: June 24, 2022.
Notification of acceptance: Authors will be notified by July 10, 2022.
Registration: July 10 – August 15, 2022.
Conference fees: regular: by August 15 (late: by August 31)
Presenters: €280 (€350)
ICEA Fellows, WNE UW employees: €200 (€270)
These fees cover conference dinner, lunches and coffee breaks during the event.
Others: €180 (€250)
PhD Students: €100 (€120)
These fees cover lunches and coffee breaks during the event.
Hélène Rey is the Lord Bagri Professor of Economics at London Business School and Fellow of the Econometric Society, British Academy, European Economic Association, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, correspondante de l'Académie des Sciences Morales et Politiques, member of the Group of Thirty and foreign honorary member of the American Economic Association. Her research focuses on the determinants and consequences of external trade and financial imbalances, the theory and empirics of financial crises and the organization of the international monetary system. She introduced the concept of Global Financial Cycles and qualified the idea of the Mundellian Trilemma. She is the recipient of Bernácer Prize, the inaugural Birgit Grodal Award of the European Economic Association, Yrjö Jahnsson Award, the Inaugural Carl Menger Preis, Prix Edouard Bonnefous, Maurice Allais Prize and Prix Turgot.
Ricardo Reis is the A.W. Phillips Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and Fellow of the Econometric Society. His main areas of research are inflation, inflation expectations, unconventional monetary policies and the central bank’s balance sheet, disagreement and inattention, business cycle models with inequality, automatic stabilizers, public debt sustainability, monetary-fiscal interactions, sovereign-bond backed securities, and the role of capital misallocation in the European slump and crisis. He is an academic consultant at the Bank of England, the Riksbank, and the Federal Reserve system and directs the Centre for Macroeconomics in the UK. He is the recipient of Yrjo Jahnsson award, Banque de France / Toulouse School of Economics junior prize, and Bernácer prize. His public service includes writing a weekly column for the Portuguese press and developing European Safe Bonds (ESBies).
ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS
The International Centre for Economic Analysis (ICEA) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the advancement of research in economics and other social sciences. It is an international centre with chapters in Canada, at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario; in Poland, at the University of Warsaw and in Italy, at the University of Siena. The centre was called the Research Centre for Economic Analysis until August 2021.
ICEA envisions to become a network of academics and policymakers who collaborate to apply cutting-edge theoretical and empirical research relevant to economic policy. The centre welcomes diverse views on how to realize this goal. ICEA sponsors high quality research linkages in both interdisciplinary and international dimensions. We encourage long-term affiliation with the centre, and we especially encourage participation of graduate students and new PhDs.
To achieve these goals, ICEA organizes conferences, webinars and seminars at which leading economists, policymakers, industry practitioners, students, and other scholars can exchange and develop new insights and ideas. We are committed to the unrestricted exchange of research results and ideas, and our work is freely available online. Through outreach activities, we disseminate the results of our members’ research to the decision makers and the general public.
In 2021/22 ICEA organized a series of eleven conferences under the After the Pandemic theme.
Information about ICEA can be found at https://iceanet.org/.
Review of Economic Analysis (REA), an open access official journal of the centre, is planning to publish a special issue from the conference. The journal is in its 14th year and is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The papers submitted to the special issue will go through the usual refereeing process. REA charges no submission or publication fees.