The Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis – Poland and the Faculty of Economic Sciences, University of Warsaw invite papers to be considered for the 3rd RCEA Warsaw Money-Macro-Finance Conference (WMMFC 2020). The Conference will assemble a group of applied and theoretical economists to present and discuss their work on all areas of macroeconomics, monetary economics, finance and related fields.
CALL FOR PAPERS: The 3rd RCEA Warsaw Money-Macro-Finance Conference 2020
May 8-9, 2020, Warsaw, Poland
Organised by The Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis – Poland and the Faculty of Economic Sciences University of Warsaw
Keynote Speakers: Professor Jordi Gali (CREI – Centre de Recerca en Economia Internacional) & Professor Lucrezia Reichlin (London Busienss School)
We welcome submissions in all areas of macroeconomics and finance, including monetary and fiscal policies, business cycles analysis, general equilibrium, growth theory, financial analysis. The main objective of this meeting is to stimulate cooperation of researchers from all over the world. Young economists are encouraged to apply.
The conference language is English. Both individual authors and chairs of organized sessions should submit extended abstracts, of up to 300 words using the submission link below. Submissions should describe: (1) objectives, (2) methodology and (3) results of the research. Submissions of organized sessions will receive priority in the allotment of time slots
Fee: RCEA Senior Fellows and Fellows/WNE UW employees €180; PhD Students € 90; Others – € 280; Late fee – € 380.
In terms of payment of the conference fee UW employees should contact Finance Services Section.
Conference participants are expected to cover all other associated costs, such as travel and accommodation. The fee includes the conference kit, conferences meals, including hot lunches and a gala dinner.
Scientific Committee: Prof. Jerzy Konieczny, Prof. Gianluigi Pelloni, Prof. Andrzej Cieślik, dr hab. Joanna Siwińska-Gorzelak
Organising Committee: dr hab. Joanna Siwińska-Gorzelak, Beata Kąca, dr Michał Brzozowski