The Center for Financial Innovation and Stability (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta) and the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk (Georgia State University) are organizing a workshop on Financial innovation: A threat to financial stability?. Conditions permitting, we will hold the conference in-person at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta on October… more »
This workshop brings together researchers interested in household financial decision-making. Theoretical and empirical papers are welcome. We expect researchers from a variety of disciplines will find this workshop of interest, including economics, finance, risk management, insurance, and psychology. This workshop is held jointly by the Retirement and Savings Institute (RSI, more »
This conference brings together researchers working to understand the determinants of security prices. The conference will feature presentations and discussions of selected recent working papers that further our understanding of price and return dynamics in several different security markets. These papers provide empirical and theoretical evidence addressing several of the most important contemporary asset pricing… more »
The Computational Justice Lab in conjunction with the Center for the Economic Analysis of Risk, Center for Justice Research, Center for Growth and Opportunity, and the Institute for Justice Research and Development are hosting a two-day workshop for prosecutors and researchers on January 26-27, 2022 in Santa Barbara, CA.
There are many aspects of the economics of risk that would benefit from more explicit attention to methodology or reflection on insights from neighboring disciplines. This workshop considers some of those issues, and the need for that attention. It focuses on recent research by CEAR-affiliated scholars.
One general issue is the normative evaluation… more »
It was our initial intent to host this as an in-person conference at Georgia State University, but we have ultimately decided to make this conference entirely virtual. We are doing this primarily out of an abundance of caution given the current elevated levels of COVID-19.
Clicking on the workshop name will take you to the ICII website, where you can find out more about the conference and information about the Call for Proposals — The submission deadline for proposals and draft papers is 22 May 2021.
In a change from our original hopes and plans, we have decided to make the workshop entirely virtual. We are doing this primarily out of an abundance of caution given the current elevated levels of COVID-19.