Worlds apart : international macro in a changing world

Mise en ligne le 27 Juin 2024

21 Novembre 2024 - 09:00

The Banque de France and the European University Institute (EUI) are organizing their yearly joint conference that will take place in Florence on November 21-22, 2024.

The conference will cover a variety of themes related to the new directions in academic research and their policy implications. These topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Balance sheet policies, international reserves and the exchange rate
  • International currencies and the Global Financial Cycle 
  • Sovereign risk and monetary policy
  • Macroeconomic implications of geopolitical fragmentation 
  • Stabilization of tariff and GVC shocks
  • Policy stabilization of tail risk and global imbalances
  • Monetary policy, exchange rates and inflation
  • Monetary/currency regimes and international trade 

Both theoretical and empirical papers are suited, and applications using euro area data are particularly welcome. 

Submission to the Conference

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, August 11th. Papers or extended abstracts can be submitted to the following email address:
Authors of successful submissions will be notified by Monday, August 26th.


Nuno Coimbra (Banque de France)
Giancarlo Corsetti (Pierre Werner Chair, European University Institute)
Maéva Silvestrini (Banque de France)


The event is hosted by the European University Institute, and co-sponsored by the Banque de France and the Pierre Werner Chair at the EUI.

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