Call for Papers

About the Annual Meeting

The 2024 Annual Meeting of the Central Bank Research Association (CEBRA) is co-organized with the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research “Sustainable Architecture for Finance in Europe (SAFE), hosted by the House of Finance.

Date: Wednesday 28 August to Friday 30 August 2024

Location: Leibniz Institute for Financial Research (SAFE), House of Finance, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Summary Program

The CEBRA Annual Meeting, now in its ninth year, will welcome practitioners from a wide variety of backgrounds to discuss a diverse range of topical issues that are of particular interest to central banks, financial regulators, international financial institutions, and fiscal authorities. We are delighted to have over 30 central banks input and support the creation of this call for papers ensuring that the sessions covered are diverse, relevant and topical and invite you to submit your paper today to join the discussion.

The program begins on the afternoon of Wednesday 28 August with a brief conference welcome followed by the first of 3 high level panels, opened by Raphael Auer (BIS Innovation Hub and President of CEBRA).  This is followed by the second high level panel organized by Florian Heider (SAFE/Goethe University), with the day concluding with the CEBRA annual assembly, which delegates are welcome to attend.

The program continues on 29 and 30 August with the commencement of the contributed sessions, which offer six parallel tracks featuring 36 sessions, covering a wide variety of policy-relevant topics and providing in-depth analysis by over one hundred speakers and presenters.  Thursday 29 will also feature the final panel session “Inflation - Challenges for Policymakers and Researchers”, organized by Raphael Schoenle (Brandeis University/CEBRA) and featuring Diogo Abry Guillén (Banco Central do Brasil).  The day will conclude with the annual meeting evening reception featuring the esteemed Dr. Joachim Nagel, President of Deutsche Bundesbank, providing this year's keynote address.

CEBRA is pleased to invite again this year submissions to its poster session designed specifically for early career women in economics.  This session is organized by Deutsche Bundesbank (Falko Fecht and Christian Schumacher) and the European Central Bank (Luc Laeven, Michael Ehrmann, Laura Nowzohour and Diana Bonfim).

The Scientific Committee comprises Raphael Auer (BIS Innovation Hub, CEBRA), Falko Fecht (Deutsche Bundesbank), Florian Heider (SAFE, Goethe University) and Raphael Schoenle (Brandeis University, CEBRA).

Submissions

The submission deadline is Sunday 10 March 2024

Submissions to CEBRA’s 2024 Annual Meeting are being sought on the below list of themes and related topics:

  • Inflation Process and Policy; 
  • Technological Innovations in Methods and Economic Data; 
  • Financial Frictions, Financial Stability and Networks; 
  • Policy, Refining Modelling Frameworks, and New Insights; 
  • International Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy; 
  • Challenges for Fiscal and Monetary Policy

Sessions titles, organizers and committee members

  1. Global Economic Fragmentation 
    Session organized by: Banco de España
    Committee: Francesca Viani, Jacopo Timini, Rodolfo Campos, Javier Quintana, Eduardo Gutierrez (Banco de España)
     
  2. The Role of International Trade in the Transmission of Inflationary Pressures during the Recent High Inflation Episode
    Session organized by: Economic Research General Directorate, Banco de México
    Committee: Santiago Bazdresch, Daniel Sámano (Banco de México)
     
  3. Interest Rate and Liquidity Risks in the Financial Sector
    Session organized by: Banca d’Italia
    Committee: Federico Cingano, Anatoli Segura Velez, Massimiliano Pisani (Banca d’Italia)
     
  4. AI and Central Banking
    Session organized by: Bank for International Settlements
    Committee: Fiorella De Fiore, Sebastian Doerr, Damiano Sandri (Bank for International Settlements)
     
  5. Monetary Policy and Financial Stability: Banks and Financial Markets
    Session organized by: Bank of Canada
    Committee: Josef Schroth (Bank of Canada)
     
  6. Large Language Models in Economics
    Session organized by: Bank of England
    Committee: Andreas Joseph, Nikoleta Anesti (Bank of England)
     
  7. Monetary Policy in a Liquidity Trap: Experiences from the Past and Lessons for the Future
    Session organized by: Bank of Finland
    Committee: Esa Jokivuolle, Juha Kilponen, Iikka Korhonen (Bank of Finland), Andrea Ferrero (University of Oxford)
     
  8. Monetary Tools and Transmission Mechanisms
    Session organized by: Bank of Israel
    Committee: Sigal Ribon, Eliezer Borenstein (Bank of Israel)
     
  9. Climate Change and Central Banking
    Session organized by: Bank of Japan
    Committee: Nao Sudo, Takemasa Oda, Hiroshi Inokuma (Bank of Japan)
     
  10. Central Bank Communication
    Session organized by: Bank of Korea
    Committee: Taehyoung Cho, Minho Nam, Indo Hwang (Bank of Korea)
     
  11. Economic Impact of Aging
    Session organised by: Bank of Korea
    Committee: Taehyoung Cho, HwanKoo Kang, Dongweon Lee (Bank of Korea)
     
  12. The Macroeconomic Impacts of Geoeconomic Tensions
    Session organized by: Bank of Lithuania
    Committee: Aurelija Proskute, Ziran Ding (Bank of Lithuania)
     
  13. Economic Implications of the Rise of Artificial Intelligence
    Session organized by: CEBRA and BIS Innovation Hub
    Committee: Raphael Auer (BISIH and CEBRA), David Köpfer (BISIH)
     
  14. Global Economy and Climate Change    
    Session organized by: CEBRA’s International Finance and Macroeconomics Program
    Committee: Galina Hale (UC Santa Cruz and CEBRA), Fernanda Nechio (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
     
  15. International Trade and Macroeconomics
    Session organized by: CEBRA’s International Trade and Macroeconomics Program 
    Committee: Philip Sauré (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz), Martin Schmitz (European Central Bank)
     
  16. International Trade and Financial Linkages
    Session organized by: Center for Pacific Basin Studies, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
    Committee: Zheng Liu, Thuy-Lan Nguyen, Mark M. Spiegel (Center for Pacific Basin Studies, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
     
  17. State-dependence in Monetary Policy Transmission
    Session organized by: Central Bank of Ireland
    Committee: David Byrne, Dilan Aydin Yakut, Gabriel Arce-Alfaro, Robert Goodhead (Central Bank of Ireland)
     
  18. Energy Prices, Inflation and Consumer Expectations
    Session organized by: Danmarks Nationalbank
    Committee: Alexander Dietrich, Renato Faccini (Danmarks Nationalbank)
     
  19. Monetary Policy and Supply Side Effects 
    Session organized by: De Nederlandsche Bank
    Committee: Timo Haber, Sebastian Rast, Kostas Mavromatis (De Nederlandsche Bank)
     
  20. Labour Markets and the Central Bank
    Session organized by: Deutsche Bundesbank
    Committee: Vivien Lewis, Tom Holden, Tereza Ranosova (Deutsche Bundesbank)
     
  21. The Rise of Nonbank Financial Institutions: Consequences for Financial Stability and Monetary Policy    
    Session organized by: Deutsche Bundesbank
    Committee: Falko Fecht, Stephan Jank, Daniel Fricke, Hannes Wilke (Deutsche Bundesbank)           
             
  22. Nonbank Financial Intermediation
    Session organized by: European Central Bank    
    Committee: Marie Hoerova (European Central Bank)
     
  23. Costs, Markups, and Inflation Dynamics
    Session organized by: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
    Committee: Philippe Andrade, Falk Bräuning, Jose Fillat (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston)
     
  24. Inflation: Drivers and Dynamics
    Session organized by: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's Center for Inflation Research
    Committee: Robert Rich (Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland), Raphael Schoenle (Brandeis University)
     
  25. International Spillovers of Monetary Policy in a High Inflation Environment
    Session organized by: Federal Reserve Board
    Committee: Stephanie E. Curcuru, Nathan Converse, Ricardo Correa, Juan Londono (Federal Reserve Board)
     
  26. AI in Finance and its Financial Stability Implications 
    Session organized by: Financial Stability Board
    Committee:  Melanie Klein (Financial Stability Board)
     
  27. NBFIs and Liquidity
    Session organized by: International Banking Research Network (IBRN)
    Committee: Linda S. Goldberg (Federal Reserve Bank of NY), Falko Fecht (Deutsche Bundesbank)
     
  28. Monetary Policy Transmission: Still Alive and Kicking? 
    Session organized by: International Monetary Fund (IMF)
    Committee: Gunes Kamber, Jerome Vandenbussche (IMF)
     
  29. Sustainable Finance
    Session organized by: Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE
    Committee: Loriana Pelizzon (SAFE)
     
  30. Discrimination and Stereotypes in Finance
    Session organized by: Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE
    Committee: Christine Laudenbach (SAFE), Ralph de Haas (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
     
  31. Housing and Consumption
    Session organized by: Norges Bank
    Committee: Knut Are Aastveit, Ragnar E. Juelsrud, Kasper Roszbach (Norges Bank)
     
  32. Financing the Green Transition: The Role of Capital Flows and Intermediation Channels
    Session organized by: OECD
    Committee: Etienne Lepers, Caroline Roulet, Lilas Demmou (OECD)
     
  33. Optimal Banks' Response to Targeted Long Term Refinancing Operations    
    Session organized by: Oesterreichische Nationalbank
    Committee: Michael Sigmund (Oesterreichische Nationalbank)
     
  34. Monetary Policy and Sovereign Risk in Emerging Economies
    Session organized by: South African Reserve Bank
    Committee: Konstantin Makrelov, Monique Reid (South African Reserve Bank)
     
  35. Bank Runs and Distress Mitigation Tools 
    Session organized by: Sveriges Riksbank
    Committee: Christoph Bertsch, Valentin Schubert, Ulf Söderström (Sveriges Riksbank)
     
  36. Central Bank Balance Sheets 
    Session organized by: Swiss National Bank
    Committee: Marc-Antoine Ramelet (Swiss National Bank)

Poster Session for Early Career Women in Economics

As an under-represented group in the economics profession worldwide, we would like to invite all eligible female economists to submit their innovative and creative work to the poster session designed specifically for early career women in economics.  The session is organized by Deutsche Bundesbank (Falko Fecht and Christian Schumacher) and the European Central Bank (Luc Laeven, Michael Ehrmann, Laura Nowzohour and Diana Bonfim) and will take place on Thursday 29 August.

Topics being sought: The session is open to submissions from a broad range of topics with a particular interest in macro-economic issues relevant for economic policy, with a focus on central bank policy.

Eligibility criteria: The poster session is designed specifically for early career women in economics.  Authors should either be graduate students or no more than 3 years past a PhD defense, with a preference given to economists working with central banks or international institutions.

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Contact Us: For any enquiries about this call for papers or the annual meeting, please contact office@cebra.org

Disclaimer: Participation of the above-listed co‐sponsoring institutions does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation or favoring endorsement of the views, opinions, products or services of the Central Bank Research Association or any other co‐sponsor or other person or entity by any of the co‐sponsoring institutions. All views expressed during CEBRA's 2024 annual meeting are strictly those of the authors, discussants, and other participants and not those of CEBRA, the co‐sponsoring institutions or any other institutions.