3 May 2009

Call for papers: The Subprime Crisis and its Consequences

Call for papers: The Subprime Crisis and its Consequences

A special issue of International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance

The recent crisis originated by excess global liquidity and the cooling of housing markets in the US has had a tremendous impact on financial conditions of large banks around the world. The impacts on the real economy have been substantial, with a large deceleration in most economies around the world. Understanding the causes and consequences of the crisis, its impacts on the real economy and its transmission channels is a topic of great relevance. The special issue will publish papers discussing these issues.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
  • Measures taken by Central Banks to mitigate the effects of the crisis
  • The role of financial regulation
  • The role of monetary policy
  • Structured products and their role in the current crisis
  • Transmission channels
  • Financial contagion between countries and markets
  • The interrelationship of financial and real sectors
Important Date
Deadline for receipt of manuscripts: 15 December, 2009

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