Workshop Coping with Risk in Transnational Financial Markets

Modern societies are increasingly formed by social, economic and legal relations that dissolve the traditional boundaries of nation states. Markets have outgrown systems of national regulation and international policy coordination. Transnational corporations and other cross-border organizations and networks interact in new patterns and set new standards of governance. In this context, the aim of the workshop on 3rd/4th July 2014 is to bring together researchers from the areas of economics, finance, business studies and law working on transnational issues to discuss their current research.

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We invite submissions of unpublished theoretical, empirical and applied papers on aspects of risk and uncertainty in transnational financial markets. Submissions by senior academics interested in collaboration with ZenTra staff are particularly welcome. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • risk management within and among transnational companies
  • the role of financial intermediaries, such as financial analysts, credit rating agencies or
  • clearing houses, in transnational financial markets
  • transnational governance: private ordering and co-regulation in financial markets
  • financial market stability and regulation
  • effects of transnationalization on monetary policy transmission

 

The Call for Papers with all information to be downloaded:

Call for Papers Risk 2014