FSC Research Workshop | 29 October 2019 | DAZ Berlin
The Financial Stability Conference (FSC) 2019 is followed by the FSC Research Workshop on 29 October at DAZ to discuss and deepen relevant aspects of the conference topics and financial stability issues. Researchers and scholars all over Europe were invited to submit policy contribution sketches on related research questions. Eight proposals have been selected to be presented and discussed at the workshop. The call for policy contributions and information on the procedures are available here. The final workshop program is available mid September.
The workshop is an open, public event bringing together scientists and researchers with policy makers, experts from public institutions and industry experts as well. However, participation is restricted on confirmed registration.
workshop organiser 2019
FRS Financial Risk and Stability gGmbH
call for contributions 2019
Research Workshop 2019
29 October – Berlin | 9:30 – 16:00 h
The Financial Stability Conference (FSC) on 28 October in Berlin is followed by a research workshop on 29 October to discuss and deepen relevant aspects of the conference topics. 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 draft policy contributions on research questions related to the conference topics and aspects thereof.
extended proposal deadline for research ideas/sketches: 28 June 2019
submission deadline for drafted policy contributions: 12 September 2019
Proposals for research ideas/sketches could address various aspects of the following conference discussion topics:
- National banking policies and the new EU political landscape: stuck between reform ambitions and disintegration tendencies
- Between wishful thinking and feasibility: how to remove obstacles to true competition and a common beneficial single market
- Making resolution work: how to deal with legal loopholes, institutional implementation challenges and impediments to practice
- Risk sharing in the EU: how to ensure common grounds on adequate instruments, institutional frameworks and appropriate procedures
Proposals may relate to a broad bundle of terms and notions as regards the conference topics, and we are open to unconventional ideas. We welcome in particular research proposals on following subjects:
State interferences and the protection of national banking systems, state aide and implicite guarantees to banks, regulatory ring-fencing and the use of national discretions and rulings, fragmentation and an uneven level playing field, impediments to competition, barriers to harmonisation and integration, new industrial policies and calls for national/EU champions, discretion and accountability of regulatory agencies, interactions of legal fragmentation with other elements of institutional incompleteness, risk sharing instruments versus mutualisation via backdoor, SRF, backstops and crisis management tools, legal constraints in resolution and national insolvency laws, public backstops, their anchoring and legitimations, rules versus discretion in complex resolution processes with interventions, dichotomy between financial stability concerns and resolution choices, EDIS, ESM, regulatory loopholes in BRRD, etc.
→ Research ideas/sketches to be emailed by Friday, 28 June to: email@example.com
We do not expect written or even finalised contributions by this deadline, but a sketch with a clear research subject of max. 1.500 words. All proposed research ideas and sketches will be reviewed and considered for drafting contributions, presentation at the workshop, discussion and publication. They will be reviewed by FRS with the assistance of experienced scientists.
→ We will inform all proposers by 8 July on acceptances and the further procedure.
We ask to work out accepted research sketches and to draft the policy contributions during the summer. The policy contributions should be short and policy-oriented, and they do not have to follow any given specific scientific methodology or approach. More important are policy-relevance, comprehensibility as well as a clear and plausible structure. Emphasis lies on conclusions, practical relevance of results, ideally policy recommendations and input to both the scientific as well as the policy debate. Derivations of empirical results and model explaining should not be the focus, we rather recommend to eschew models and equations and to focus on the outcomes and policy implications. The policy contributions have to be finalised and send to the organiser by 12 September to give time for review by discussants.
→ Policy contributions to be emailed by Thursday 12 September to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some relevant information on the purpose of the workshop and about the task:
The task is to bring a contribution to the ground, means to make it understandable and draft it in a nontechnical wording. Insofar, it is a communication task as well, to write and present a policy paper, the findings and relevance to a different, broader audience, eschewing models and equations, but bringing up lines of thoughts, arguments, conclusions and policy options and/or recommendations to a wider public. Thus, the workshop is intended as an innovative experiment to bring researchers closer to policy. To sum up, the conributions should be brief and written in a nontechnical language, aimed at a broad audience interested in policy issues, presented and published to elicit comment and further debate.
As regards subjects and research questions of policy contributions there are no specifications or preferences from the organisers. Any specific aspect relating to the discussion topics can be accepted. We do not see problems with potential thematic overlappings. In the contrary, it might be fruitful to have contributions on quite similar aspects for an enriching discussion.
There are no detailed specifications as regards format as well: just to edit subject, reasoning and rationale in a clear and logical way, be precise and leave the unnecessary and redundant aside. Length: better short than lengthy; 5 pages would be best and appropriate, and we ask to not exceed the max. of 10 pages. As for the presentation slides we ask to limit the number to be shown to not more than 6 slides.
For each presenter there shall be a discussant, and we ask accepted presenters to be open to act as well as a discussant to another policy contribution. Also discussants should be brief in their criticisms to give adequate time for the plenary discussions with the audience where in our view shall be a focus on. Our intention and emphasis is that all participants are learning from the workshop and gain new insights.
Questions to be directed to: email@example.com
Information on the program in due time. The organiser may reimburse travel expenses for presenters and discussants.
FRS Financial Risk and Stability Network
FRS Financial Risk and Stability gGmbH
workshop program 2019
FSC Research Workshop 2019 – PROGRAM
29 Oct. 2019 – Berlin | 9:00 h – 16:30 h | DAZ
Policy-oriented workshop relating to the Financial Stability Conference: “EU between Regress and Progress: How to cope with National Banking Policies, Single Market Deficiencies and the unsolved Sharing Issue”
The Financial Stability Conference 2019 is followed by the FSC Research Workshop on 29 Oct. in Berlin to discuss and deepen relevant aspects of the conference topics and financial stability issues. Scholars of related disciplines (economics, law, finance, polititcal economy, social sciences) as well as researchers from institutions and organisations were invited to draft policy contributions on related research questions, and to present and discuss them at the workshop.
From the submitted contribution sketches we selected eight. Allocated time for each presentation is 15 min., 5 to 10 min. for a discussant and 10 min. for the plenary discussions. The number of slides shall be limited to not more than five. The challenge is to give a brief and focused policy-oriented presentation in front of a mixed audience in a clear and structured way.
Presenters are encouraged to focus on reasoning, conclusions and policy options in a way that non-academics understand. A general request is to refrain from model explaining, but to highlight policy-oriented aspects. Further description of task and subjects in the call. The workshop is as well intended as a communication task to bring presenters’ messages in a strictly time-limited way to a ‘non-academic’ audience.
Confirmed discussants to the workshop presentations (to be complemented): Concetta Brescia Morra, University of Roma Tre; Bart Joosen, VU University Amsterdam; Kristina Lagaria, Bank of Greece; Dalvinder Singh, University of Warwick; Thorsten Beck, Cass Business School; Expert, Single Resolution Board.
Tentative program schedule:
09:00 Check-in and Coffee
Martin Aehling, Director, FRS Financial Risk and Stability Network
09:30 Session I
Provisional title: The political economy of EU macroprudential policy
Elias Bengtsson, University of Gothenburg/Halmstad University
10:10 Session I
Provisional title: Proposal for a single EU professional secrecy standard for the supervision of the financial sector
Nikolai Badenhoop, Humboldt University Berlin
10:50 Coffee break
11:00 Session II
Provisional title: Is the EU resolution framework working with state aid and nothing else?
Maria Ana Barata, European University Institute
11:40 Session II
Provisional title: Making retail banks resolvable
Ioannis G. Asimakopoulos, University of Luxembourg
Chair: Luís Silva Morais, Professor of Law, University of Lisbon, School of Law
12:20 Light lunch
13:00 Session III
Provisional title: Should we pay European bankers (also) with (bail-inable) debt?
Edoardo Martino, Erasmus School of Law
13:40 Session III
Provisional title: The role of depositors in the EU framework on bank crisis: overcoming the ‘superimposition of statuses’
Donato Messineo, Bank of Italy
14:20 Coffee break
14:30 Session IV
Provisional title: Unravelling economic solidarity: An alternative view on risk-sharing in the European banking sector
María Cecilia del Barrio Arleo, University of Trento
15:10 Session IV
Provisional title: Shadow banking – the collateral based banking system
Ross Spence, PhD candidate, Leiden University
Chair: Stefan Janßen, Professor for Corporate Finance and Banking, Jade University of Applied Sciences
15:50 Round up and Closing
16:00 Networking and Farewell
workshop venue 2019
POLICY-ORIENTED CONTRIBUTIONS, DISCUSSIONS, VIEWS EXCHANGE AND NETWORK BUILDING
The Financial Stability Conference RESEARCH WORKSHOP 2019 takes place:
29 October 2019, 9:00 h – 16:30 h at Deutsches Architektur Zentrum DAZ
Address: DAZ, Wilhelmine-Gemberg-Weg 6, Taut-Saal (2nd courtyard), 10179 Berlin
>> How to reach DAZ
>> Doors open / Coffee and check-in 9:00 h
General information on FRS/FSC Research Workshop:
Pls note: Participation is restricted upon confirmed registration afore
Pls note: Registration is only possible by email via firstname.lastname@example.org
Pls note: Registration deadline one week before, after will be disregarded
The FSC Research Workshop is a public event. Photos will be taken. The organiser reserves the right to publish photos and documentation of the workshop in print and online formats. By registering you consent thay you may appear in print and/or online documentation.
POLICY-ORIENTED CONTRIBUTIONS, DISCUSSIONS, VIEWS EXCHANGE AND NETWORK BUILDING
Registration information on the FSC RESEARCH WORKSHOP 2019:
Participation in the workshop is without charge or fees. However, note that participation is restricted on confirmed registration afore. A registration email must contain contact details and affiliation or activity. We do not accept registrations without this information.
Registrations only via email@example.com
- This is the only valid email address for workshop registrations
- Registrations via any other email will not be processed
- Handling of registrations is done solely by FRSN
- Registration deadline is one week before the Workshop
- Registrations to Conference and Workshop are handled separately
- Registrations for the Workshop are not valid for the Conference and vice versa
The FSC Research Workshop is a public event. Photos will be taken. The organiser reserves the right to publish photos and documentation of the workshop in print and online formats. By registering you consent that you may appear in print and/or online documentation.