Financial Risk and Stability Network is organising its FSC Research Workshop on 6 November 2020 in Berlin. Scientists, researchers and experts are invited to submit policy contribution proposals on research questions of various aspects of the below mentioned four thematic clusters including topical issues in the context of the Corona crisis. For each cluster various thematic hints, terms and suggestions which could be dealt with are outlined on the workshop page.
Financial Risk and Stability Network
6 April 2020 (first circulated)
FSC Research Workshop
FSC RESEARCH WORKSHOP
Call for policy contribution proposals
Junior and senior scientists and scholars – including PhD candidates, early stage and PhD researchers – in the disciplines of economics, law, finance, banking and political economy as well as researchers from public authorities, central banks, institutions and civil organisations are invited to signal their interest and submit policy contribution proposals to draft contributions (not academic papers) on research questions of envisaged conference topics and aspects thereof as well as topical issues in the context of the Corona crisis.
Proposal deadline for policy contribution ideas/sketches: 12 June 2020.
Proposals for policy contribution subjects / research ideas could address various aspects of the following four thematic clusters:
- Implications of the Corona crisis on financial stability and the financial system
- Resilience of financial institutions and crisis management frameworks in the EU
- ECB strategy review and the formulation of policies in the light of changing roles
- Climate change, the transition to a low-carbon economy and sustainable finance
Proposals may relate to a broad bundle of terms and notions as regards the above thematic clusters, and we are also open to unconventional ideas. We welcome in particular preliminary and forward looking contribution proposals discussing options and conclusions on the basis of a clear analysis and reasoning as well as personal viewpoints and opinions.
We appreciate in particular submissions on issues in the context of the impact of the Corona pandemic and the measures taken as well as issues relating to climate change.