Call For Papers Seventh Edition - Finlawmetrics 2012
Seventh Edition - Finlawmetrics 2012
21-22, June, Bocconi University, Italy
The Tailor Rule at the Crossroads: Monetary Policy, Prudential Issues and Central Banking
AIM: After six editions, Finlawmetrics has established itself as a unique forum for scientific and policy analyses and discussions of the most relevant issues related to the evolution of thinking, judgment, and practice in the fields of monetary policy and financial regulation and supervision.
The initiative is scientifically promoted by three leading research centres: The Paolo Baffi Centre on Central Banking and Financial Regulation (Bocconi University), the European Banking Center (Tilburg University) and the Center on Central Banks and Financial Institutions (New York University).
The crisis started in 2007 has raised important questions about the design of monetary policy, which was well established on three intertwined pillars: Taylor Rule (strategy), interest rate policy (tactics) and central bank independence (setting). How the increasing role of prudential issues can change the three pillars? The 2012 edition wishes to address the key issues that are emerging for the design of post-crisis policies and institutions.
The Steering Committee welcomes theoretical and empirical papers that shed light on the shape of the Taylor Rule before and after the crisis, on the different causes of change in, and their consequences, both in the developed and emerging countries.
STEERING COMMITTEE: Coordinators: Donato Masciandaro (Bocconi University), Sylvester Eijffinger (Tilburg University and CEPR), Geoffrey Miller (New York University), Steven Ongena (Tilburg University), Marc Quintyn (IMF Institute, International Monetary Fund), Tommaso Monacelli (Bocconi University)
Economics: Jerry Caprio (Williams College), Kevin Davis (University of Melbourne), Jakob De Haan (University of Groningen), Charles Goodhart (London School of Economics), George Kaufman (Loyola University Chicago), Iftekhar Hasan (Fordham University), Ross Levine (Brown University), Rafael Repullo (CEMFI Madrid and CEPR), Pierre Siklos (Wilfrid Laurier University), Stijn Claessens (International Monetary Fund), Guido Tabellini (Bocconi University and CEPR)
Law: Kern Alexander (Queen Mary University of London), Fabian Amtenbrink (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Benjamin Geva (York University, Toronto), Rosa Lastra (Queen Mary University of London), Fabio Recine (European Central Bank), Hal Scott (Harvard University), Joe McCahery (Tilburg University and EBC)
TOPIC: The Conference will focus on the relationships between monetary policy, prudential issues and central banking - economics and political economy - in developed and emerging countries.
FORMAT: Papers will be presented in session presentations of 30 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of plenary discussion. No more than 10 papers will be presented and overall participation at the workshop will be limited to 30 people.
PAPER SELECTION: Authors are invited to submit completed papers electronically (MS Word or PDF format). The first page of the paper should contain the title; name of the author(s), complete address, telephone, fax numbers and E-mail addresses. All submitted papers must be accompanied by an abstract of at least 250 words, but no more than 400. Authors may also be asked to serve as session chair and/or discussant.
This year, a selected number of papers will be considered for possible publication in the Journal of Financial Stability (JFS) for a special issue to be edited by Donato Masciandaro following normal review process. One should clearly indicate their preference for being considered for possible publication in the JFS or not in a cover letter. Link to more Information
Empire State Legal Writing Conference Effective Strategies for Teaching Legal Writing and Research
The University at Buffalo Law School is pleased to host the Third Annual Empire State Legal Writing Conference. The conference will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on June 23, 2012, at the law school's campus in Buffalo, New York.
The Call For Proposals has now been circulated, and you'll find a link to a PDF file below. The deadline for proposals is Thursday, January 12, 2012.
We encourage proposals on a wide-range of topics relating to legal writing and research, and welcome both first-time presenters and panel presentations. And because instruction in research and writing are entwined, we encourage proposals from law school librarians.Link to Posting
Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe
Ninth Biennial International Conference -- Criminal Justice and Security in Central and Eastern Europe Contemporary Criminal Justice Practice and Research
Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security, University of Maribor
September 19-21, 2012
The primary aim of the ninth biennial conference is to exchange views, concepts, and research findings among scientists, researchers, and practitioners from the broad area of criminal justice practice, research and developent thereof in the last two decades. The conference will highlight new ideas, theories, methods, and findings in a wide range of research and applied areas relating to criminal justice issues.
Proposals to be submitted by May 15, 2012 must include a cover sheet containing the presentation's title and full particulars of the author: first and last name, affiliation, complete return address, telephone, fax, and the e-mail address to which relevant correspondence will be sent. In the proposal, the track and the presentation options of your choice should be clearly indicated. For a panel presentation, submit a 500-word abstract of your paper. For a poster session, submit a 300-word summary of the poster. For a workshop, submit a proposed title and a 400-word description of the topic. You should also indicate or suggest the names of other presenters in the workshop. For a roundtable, submit a proposed title with a 400-word description of diverse viewpoints that the roundtable is to address and indicate or suggest the names of other discussants at the roundtable.
To create a high-quality program reflecting state-of-the-art ideas and results in a particular field, the Program Committee shall evaluate the proposals received according to the criteria of originality, quality, significance, relevance to a broad audience of police researchers and/or practitioners, and clarity of presentation. The Program Committee's final decision regarding acceptance of proposals will be mailed to authors no later than June 15, 2012.
The authors should be prepared to personally present their papers/posters/workshops at the Conference, while the authors of proposals for a roundtable are expected to assume the role of the moderator.
All authors will receive the information regarding their participation at the conference (travel information, hotel options, social events, etc.), and/or this information will be published on the conference home page in June 2010 at the latest. All abstracts will be published on the conference web site.Link to Posting
Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts -- Call for Paper
Grassroots Politics in the Postcolony
Papers must be received by September 15, 2012 to be considered for publication in this issue.
Please send manuscript publications to the managing editor: Leslie Shortlidge firstname.lastname@example.org
. See Style Guidelines at www.raceethnicity.org.
Submission of artwork for the cover that relates to the theme of the issue is welcome. See website for submission guidelines.
Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts encourages and welcomes contributions by scholars, researchers, grassroots activists, policy advocates, and organizations
Submissions are invited to explore the politics of contention and social movements in the postcolonial world (Africa, Asia, and Latin America), with particular regard to the ways in which race and ethnicity relate to identities and claims revolving around class, gender, nationality, and religion. Comparative discussions of social contestation in different societies are welcome.Link to Posting
Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts -- Call for Papers
"Racism, Colonialism, and Law”
Papers must be received by April 1, 2012 to be considered for publication in this issue.
Please send manuscript submissions to the editor: email@example.com
. See Style Guidelines (www.raceethnicity.org/styleguide.html) to prepare your document in accordance with the style guidelines of Race/Ethnicity.
Submission of artwork for the cover that relates to the theme of the issue is welcome. See website at http://www.raceethnicity.org/coverart.html
for submission guidelines. Link to Posting
UCD School of Law Constitutional Studies Group -- Conference on “The Irish Constitution Past, Present and Future.”
The Conference will take place in Dublin, Ireland between June 28 and 30th 2012. The conference line-up will feature a range of distinguished speakers from Ireland and other jurisdictions.
Call for Papers:
The conference organisers welcome proposals from all disciplines on any topic relevant to Irish constitutionalism. Proposed papers are not required to focus on Irish law alone. The organisers particularly welcome submissions comparative, conceptual or inter-disciplinary perspective.
The organisers also welcome submissions from early career researchers. A small number of bursaries are available to cover the travel costs of researchers who have been conferred with their most recent qualification in the five years before June 1, 2012 and whose proposals are innovative research.Link to Posting
International Jurist Organization 25th Anniversary Silver Jubilee Meeting -- Call for Papers
International Jurist Organization 25th Anniversary Silver Jubilee Meeting
18th-19th August, 2012
India International Centre, New Delhi
Theme: "Law and Power: Reflections on the Last 25 years" and Workshop on "Justice in Emerging Countries: BRICS in comparative perspective"
Law and power intersect at national and international levels, in a wide variety of forms. The IJO 2012 Annual Meeting will investigate some of the different ways in which these two forces have met each other at the national level in India, and at the global level through international organizations and international relations. The 2012 Meeting thus will examine subjects including the administration of justice and the role(s) of the judiciary, Bar and legal education at national level; and at the global level, the developing roles of the ICJ, as well as permanent (ICC) and ad hoc (ICTY, ITCR, ECCC, Sierra Leone) criminal tribunals and other institutions either within or around the United Nations system. In all cases, the central concern of analysis is the extent to which rule of law successfully has taken precedence over the exercise of power and pragmatic self-interest.The IJO Secretariat will be pleased to receive proposal for papers on topics that fall within the themes of the Meeting and Worksbop, though IJO members also may propose special workshop panels. Note:
Persons giving papers in the workshops should be IJO members at the time of the Annual Meeting; and that due to space considerations, when evaluating all proposals, priority will be given to submissions from IJO members. Finding suitable papers the organization may include selected papers in a publication of book to be released on 25″‘ Anniversary Silver Jubilee event of IJO, 2012 at New Delhi.Link for more Information
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Call For Papers Searle Center Fifth Annual Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Conference on Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship
The Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth is issuing a call for original research papers to be presented at the Fifth Annual Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The conference will be held at the Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago, IL. The conference will run from approximately 12:00 P.M. on Thursday, June 14th, 2012 to 3:00 P.M. on Friday, June 15th, 2012.
OVERVIEW: The conference is organized by Daniel F. Spulber (Northwestern University). The goal of this conference is to provide a forum where economists and legal scholars can gather together with Northwestern's own distinguished faculty to present and discuss high-quality research relevant to intellectual property (IP) protection, innovation, and entrepreneurship.Link to Posting
2012 International Journal of Transitional Justice Special Issue -- Call for Papers
The International Journal of Transitional Justice (IJTJ) invites submissions for its 2012 special issue entitled "Transitional Justice and the Everyday: Micro-perspectives of justice and social repair" to be guest edited by Pilar Riaño Alcalá (Associate Professor, School of Social Work and Liu Institute for Global Studies, University of British Columbia) and Erin Baines (Assistant Professor, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia).
In this special issue, the IJTJ will consider how people seek and experience justice after mass atrocity in the context of everyday life.Link to Posting
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Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 20th Annual Conference Wellington, 5-7 July 2012 -- Call for Papers
This Conference is the Society’s twentieth annual conference, and provides an opportunity to reflect on the last twenty years in the development of international law, but equally important to look ahead to the emerging issues and to speculate on what the next twenty years will bring for international law and its practice and teaching. The relentless progression of climate change, the political revolutions and uprisings in the Middle East, the relationship between the growing economic and political power of countries outside Europe and North America and their approach to international law and diplomacy, the sharpening of debates over food security, the inability of the United Nations to reform its institutional arrangements relating to international peace and security, the fragility of the international financial system and popular movements challenging its morality and legitimacy, the resurgence of fundamentalisms, and the continuing disgrace of widespread poverty, are just some of the issues with which papers might engage.
The Committee would welcome papers exploring significant conceptual or practical shifts in the development, substantive content, implementation, teaching or practice of international law.Link to Posting
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