Wednesday, April 23 2014   Home  | Contacts  | Past Conferences  | Forthcoming Conferences 
overview
About the Conference
Topics
Venue
special issues
Economic Modelling
Panoeconomicus
information
Organizing Committee
Sponsors
Registration and Fees
Facilities
Contact
paper submission
Call for Papers
On-line Paper Submission
Important dates
Cancellation Policy
program and participants
Roles and Instructions
Conference Program
travel information
Useful Maps
Transportation
Accommodation
past conferences
Past Years
Posters



Past Conferences

Year/2007 Program

11th International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis and International Finance

 

Thursday 24th May 2007

 

13:00-14:00 Registration at the Department of Economics

 

Parallel Session 1A: Exchange rates and Currency Markets I

 

14:00-16:00 (LECTURE ROOM:  A 3-3)

Chair: Michael J. Lamla

An "Almost-Too-Late" Warning Mechanism For Currency Crises, Crespo Cuaresma, University of Vienna and Tomas Slacik, Oesterreichische Nationalbank, Discussant: Michael J. Lamla

Asset Prices, Exchange Rates and the Current Account, Marcel Fratzscher, European Central Bank, Luciana Juvenal, University of Warwick, and Lucio Sarno, Warwick Business School, Discussant: Crespo Cuaresma

Testing for Efficiency in CEE Emerging foreign exchange markets: An Equilibrium-based Approach, Nikolaos Giannellis, University of Crete, and Athanasios P. Papadopoulos, University of Crete, Discussant: Luciana Juvenal

ECB Communication and the EUR-US Dollar Exchange Rate, Christian Conrad and Michael J. Lamla, ETH Zurich, Discussant: Nikolaos Giannellis

 

Parallel Session 1B: Monetary Theory and Policy I

 

14:00-16:00 (LECTURE ROOM:  A 2-3)

Chair: Katrin Ullrich

Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, and the Stock Market, Nikiforos Laopodis, Fairfield University, Discussant: Andreas Yannopoulos

Aggregate shocks, heterogeneous private sector information and stabilization policy, Phillip Lawler, University of Wales Swansea, Jonathan James University of Wales Swansea, Discussant: Nikiforos Laopodis

Bank behavior and the cost channel of monetary transmission Oliver Huelsewig, Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, Eric Mayer, University of Würzburg, and Timo Wollmershaeuser, Ifo Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, Discussant: Phillip Lawler

Inflation Expectations of Experts and ECB Communication, Katrin Ullrich, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Discussant: Timo Wollmershaeuser

 

Parallel Session 1C: Financial Markets I

 

14:00-16:00 (LECTURE ROOM:  A 2-1)

Chair: Jordi Mondria

International Liquidity Swaps: Is the Chiang Mai Initiative Pooling Reserves Efficiently? Emanuel Kohlscheen, University of Warwick, Mark P. Taylor, University of Warwick, Discussant: Jordi Mondria

Are ADRs different from US stocks. An analysis of Idiosyncratic Risks, Robert J. Boldin, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mukesh K. Chaudhry, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and Luis Palacios, University of Pennsylvania, Discussant: Emanuel Kohlscheen

The Puzzling Evolution of the Home Bias, Information Processing and Financial Openness, Jordi Mondria, University of Toronto, and Thomas Wu, UC Santa Cruz, Discussant: Robert J. Boldin

 

Parallel Session 1D: Financial Markets II

 

14:00-16:00 (LECTURE ROOM:  A 2-2)

Chair: Johannes Ströbel

Do the US macroeconomic news announcements explain turn-of-the-month and intramonth anomalies on European stock markets? Jussi Nikkinen, University of Vaasa, Petri Sahlström, University of Oulu, Janne Äijö, University of Vaasa, Discussant: Johannes Ströbel

Evidence on the external finance premium in the US corporate bond, Paul Mizen, University of Nottingham, and Serafeim Tsoukas, University of Nottingham, Discussant: Petri Sahlström

Is there a euro area identity within international stock markets?, Jorge Caiado, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal, Nuno Crato, Technical University of Lisbon, and Daniel Peñac, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Discussant: Serafeim Tsoukas

The role of banking portfolios in the transmission from currency crises to financial crises - potential effects of Basel II, Tobias Knedlik, and Johannes Ströbel, Institute für Wirtschaftsforschung, Merton College and Institute für Wirtschaftsforschung, Discussant: Nuno Crato

 

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

 

Parallel Session 2A: Monetary Theory and Policy II

 

16:30-18:50 (LECTURE ROOM:   A 2-2)

Chair: Mrs. Karlygash  Kuralbayeva

The Relationship of Insurance and Economic Growth -  A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis, Peter Haiss, Europe Instiute, and Kjell Suemegi, Europe Instiute, Discussant: Karlygash  Kuralbayeva

Real and Nominal UK Interest Rates, ERM Membership and Inflation Targeting, Andreas  Reschreiter, Institute for Advanced Studies, Discussant: Kjell Suemegi

Instrument and Targeting Rules in Monetary Policy when Heterogeneity in Currency Trade, Mikael  Bask, University of Helsinki, Discussant: Andreas Reschreiter

Inflation persistence: implications for a design of monetary policy in a small open economy subject to external shocks, Mrs. Karlygash  Kuralbayeva, Lincoln College, University of Oxford, Discussant: Mikael  Bask

 

Parallel Session 2B: Economic Growth

 

16:30-18:50 (LECTURE ROOM:   A 2-3)

Chair: Nektarios Aslanidis

Financing through Bond Issues and the Nexus with Economic Growth, Gerhard Fink, Peter Haiss, Herwig Kirchner, and Ulrike Moser, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Discussant: Nektarios Aslanidis

Total Factor Productivity Growth and the Environment: A Case for Green Growth Accounting, Evangelos Tzouvelekas, University of Crete, Dimitra Vouvaki, University of Crete, and Anastasios Xepapadeas, University of Crete, Discussant: Ulrike Moser

Forecasting growth and inflation in an enlarged euro area: some policy implications, Thomas Flavin, NUI Maynooth, Ekaterini Panopoulou, University of Piraeus and Theologos Pantelidis, NUI Maynooth, Discussant: Anastasios Xepapadeas

Political Regime Change, Economic Reform and Growth Accelerations, Richard  Jong-A-Pin, University of Groningen, Discussant: Thomas Flavin

Business Cycle Regimes in CEECs Production: A Threshold SURE Approach, Nektarios Aslanidis, Monash University, Discussant: Richard  Jong-A-Pin

 

Parallel Session 2C: Financial Econometrics I

 

16:30-18:50 (LECTURE ROOM:   A 3-3)

Chair: Jean-Pierre Allegret

The Determinants of International Financial Integration, Xuan Vinh  Vo, University of New South Wales, Discussant: Jean-Pierre Allegret

Euro Area Inflation Differentials: Unit Roots and Non-Linear Adjustment, Andros Gregoriou, Brunel University, Alexandros Kontonikas, University of Glasgow, Alberto Montagnoli. University of Stirling, Discussant: Xuan Vinh  Vo

The ownership-performance relationship semi-parametrically revisited, Chrisostomos Florackis, Alexandros Kostakis, and Aydin Ozkan, University of York, Discussant: Andros Gregoriou

Modeling skewness and kurtosis in Stochastic Volatility Models, Georgios Tsiotas, University of Crete, Discussant: Chrisostomos Florackis

Modeling the impact of real and financial shocks on Mercosur: the role of the exchange rate regime, Jean-Pierre Allegret, GATE (UMR 5824 CNRS) and University Lumière Lyon2, and Alain Sand-Zantman, GATE (UMR 5824 CNRS) and University Lumière Lyon2, Discussant: Georgios Tsiotas

 

Parallel Session 2D: Macroeconomics I

 

16:30-18:50 (LECTURE ROOM:   A 2-1)

Chair: Gordon Menzies

Consumption Risk over the Frequency Domain, Sarantis Kalyvitis, Athens University of Economics and Business, and Ekaterini Panopoulou, University of Piraeus, Discussant: Gordon Menzies

The Real Interest Rate, the Real Oil Price, and US Unemployment Revisited, Spyros Andreopoulos, University of Bristol, Discussant: Ekaterini Panopoulou

Macroeconomic Dynamics and Health Care provision in the UK, Ian D. McAvinchey, University of Aberdeen, Discussant: Spyros Andreopoulos

Inferential Expectations, Gordon Menzies University of Technology, Sydney and Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis, Australian National University, and Daniel John Zizzo, UEA, Discussant: Ian D. McAvinchey

 

20:30 WELCOME RECEPTION AT THEARTEMIS PALACE HOTEL

 

 

Friday 25th May 2007

 

Parallel Session 3A - JIMF Session I: Financial Effects of Euro Adoption

 

09:00-11:00  (LECTURE ROOM:   A 3-3)

Chair: James R. Lothian

Optimal Monetary Policy in the European monetary union in the presence of heterogeneity, Sophocles Brissimis Bank of Greece and University of Piraeus, and Ifigeneia Skotida, Bank of Greece and Athens University of Economics and Business, Discussant: Katrin Ullrich

Speed of Euro Adoption, Francesco  Columba, Bank of Italy, Discussant: James R. Lothian

In Search of an Euro Effect: Big Lessons from a Big Mac Meal?, David Parsley Vanderbilt University, and Shang-Jin Wei, International Monetary Fund and NBER, Discussant: Michael T. Melvin

 

Parallel Session 3B: Exchange rates and Currency Markets II

 

09:00-11:00  (LECTURE ROOM:   A 2-3)

Chair: Dimitris Thomakos

Structural breaks, co-breaks and real exchange rates regimes, Sergio Gabas, University of Zaragoza, Maria Dolores Gadea, University of Zaragoza, and Antonio Montañes, University of Zaragoza, Discussant: Dimitris Thomakos

Currency Crisis and Stock Prices in East Asian Countries: An Application of Cointegration and Granger Causality, Mamta ChowdhuryUniversity of Western Sydney, Discussant: Maria Dolores Gadea

Evaluating Currency Crisis: A Bayesian Markov Switching Approach, Kostas Mouratidis, School of Business and Economics, University of Wales, Discussant: Mamta Chowdhury

The relationship between sovereign credit ratings and bond spreads: the case of Cyprus, Eleni Chrisostomidou, The Philips College, Dimitris A. Georgoutsos, AUEB, Stefanos Panayides, The Philips College and Olga Soloviova, AUEB, Discussant: Kostas Mouratidis

 

Parallel Session 3C: Financial Markets III

 

09:00-11:00  (LECTURE ROOM:   A 2-2)

Chair: Christian Wagner

Speculative Attacks with Multiple Sources of Public Information, Camille Cornand, Université Louis Pasteur Strasbourg, and Frank Heinemann, Technische Universität Berlin, Discussant: Christian Wagner

Idiosyncratic Volatility and Equity Returns: UK Evidence, Timotheos  Angelidis, University of Crete and ALBA Graduate Business School, and Nikolaos Tessaromatis ALBA Graduate Business School, Discussant: Konstantinos Gillas

Testing Speculative Efficiency of Currency Markets, Christian Wagner, Austrian Central Bank and Vienna University of Economics and BA, Discussant: Camille Cornand

A study on the long-run benefits of diversification in the stock markets of Greece, the UK and the US, Konstantinos Gillas, University of Crete, Maria-Despina Pagalou, University of Crete, and Eleni Tsafaraki, University of Crete, Discussant: Timotheos  Angelidis

 

Parallel Session 3D: Banking and Finance

 

09:00-11:00  (LECTURE ROOM:   A 3-1)

Chair: Angelos A. Antzoulatos

Transition to the Euro and Its Impact on Country Portfolio Diversification, Kamal Smimou, University of Lethbridge, Discussant: Angelos A. Antzoulatos

Positive Feedback Trading and the Cost of Credit, Antonios Antoniou, University of Durham, and Gregory Koutmos, Fairfield University, Discussant: Kamal Smimou

The Predictive Performance of Morningstar's Mutual Fund Ratings, Roman Kräussl, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and Ralph Sandelowsky, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Discussant: Antonios Antoniou

Financial Development and Asymmetric Information, Angelos A. Antzoulatos, University of Piraeus, Dimitris Kyriazis University of Piraeus, and Chris Tsoumas, University of Piraeus, Discussant: Roman Kräussl

 

11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK

 

INVITED LECTURE - THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS \ PLENARY SESSION

11:30-13:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   6)

Chair: Anastasios Xepapadeas

Charles W. Calomiris, Columbia Business School: Banking Crises

 

13:00-14:30 LUNCH BREAK

 

INVITED LECTURE - EUROBANK / PLENARY SESSION

14:30-16:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   6)

Chair: Angelos Kanas

James R. Lothian, School of Business, Fordham University: The Behavior of Prices and Nominal Exchange Rates across Exchange-Rate Regimes: Three Natural Experiments

 

 

16:00-16:30 COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 4A - JIMF Session II : Trade Effects and Financial Development in New EU Member Countries

 

16:30-19:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   3-3)

Chair: Andrew Scott

The Trade and FDI Effects of EMU Enlargement, Jelle Brouwer, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Jean-Marie Viaene, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Discussant: Pierre Siklos

Expected effects of Euro adoption on financial development and growth in new EU member countries, Fabrizio Coricelli, University of Siena and CEPR, Arjana Brezigar Masten, IMAD, University of Ljubljana and Igor Masten, IMAD, University of Ljubljana, Discussant: Micael Mussa

The Introduction of the Euro and its Effects on Portfolio Decisions, Rainer Haselmann Columbia Business School, and Helmut Herwartz, University Kiel, Discussant: Angelos Kanas

 

Session 4B: Monetary Theory and Policy III

 

16:30-19:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   2-2)

Chair: Girijasankar Mallik

The Stability of Monetary Policy: The Federal Reserve, 1914-2006, John Wood, Wake Forest University, Discussant: Girijasankar Mallik

Monetary Policy Transmission in Transition Economies: the Bank Lending Channel, Ramona  Jimborean, E.R.U.D.I.T.E., University Paris XII Val de Marne, Discussant: John Wood

Inflation Dynamics and the Cross-Sectional Distribution of Prices in the EU Periphery, Diego Mendez-Carbajo, Illinois Wesleyan University, Constantina Kottaridi, University of Peloponnese and Dimitrios D. Thomakos, University of Peloponnese, Discussant: Ramona  Jimborean

Has the link between inflation uncertainty and interest rates changed after the inflation targeting? Evidence from a multi-country analysis, Ramaprasad Bhar, The University of New South Wales, and Girijasankar Mallik, University of Western Sydney, Discussant: Constantina Kottaridi

 

Session 4C: EU Economics

 

16:30-19:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   3-1)

Chair: Marco Moscianese Santori

Enlarging the EMU to the East: What Effects on Trade? Ansgar Belke, University of Duisburg-Essen, and Julia Spies, University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Discussant: Marco Moscianese Santori

Unit labor cost growth differentials in the Euro area, Germany, and the US: lessons from PANIC and cluster analysis, Ulrich Fritsche, University Hamburg, Vladimir Kuzin, Goethe-University, Discussant: Ansgar Belke

Exchange Rates and Inflation in EMU Countries: Preliminary Empirical Evidence, Marco Moscianese Santori, Politecnico di Milano and Fabio Sdogati, Politecnico di Milano, Discussant: Vladimir Kuzin

 

Session 4D: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy I

 

16:30-19:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   2-3)

Chair: İrem Zeyneloglu

A Small Open Economy Model with Currency Mismatches and a Financial Accelerator Mechanism, Santiago Acosta Ormaechea, University of Warwick, Discussant: İrem Zeyneloglu

Estimating the Natural Rates in the New Keynesian Framework, Hilde C. Bjørnland, Norwegian School of Management (BI), Norges Bank, and Kai Leitemo, Norwegian School of Management (BI), Junior Maih, Norges Bank, Discussant: Santiago Acosta Ormaechea

Coordination of Fiscal Policies in a Monetary Union, Miltiadis Makris, University of Leicester, Discussant: Hilde C. Bjørnland

Global Perspective of Fiscal Sustainability: evidence from a panel of 20 OECD countries, Christophe Ehrhart and Matthieu Llorca, Dicussant: Miltiadis Makris

Financial Integration and Fiscal Policy Efficiency in a Monetary Union, Gilbert Koenig, Université Louis Pasteur, İrem Zeyneloglu, Galatasaray University, Discussant: Matthieu Llorca

 

 

Saturday 26th May 2007

 

Parallel Session 5A - JIMF Session III : Financial Integration, Risk Sharing and Real Convergence of EMU Enlargement

 

09:00-11:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   3-3)

Chair: Charles W. Calomiris

EMU Enlargement, Stabilisation Costs and Insurance Mechanisms, António Afonso, European Central Bank, ISEG/TULisbon and Davide Furceri, University of Palermo, University of Illinois at Chicago, Discussant: Charles W. Calomiris

Gains from Financial Integration in the European Union: Evidence for New and Old Members, Yuliya Demyanyk, Federal Reserve Bank of St.Louis, and Vadym Volosovych, Florida Atlantic University, Discussant: George Kouretas

The impact of real convergence on inflation in the new EU Member States, M. Leon-Ledesma, University of Kent, C. Nerlich, European Central Bank, and S. Rupprecht, ETH Zürich, Discussant: Andrew Scott

 

Parallel Session 5B: New EU Countries I

 

09:00-11:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   3-2)

Chair: Andreea Stoian

Exchange Rate Regimes and the Transition Process in the Western Balkans, Ansgar Belke, University of Duisburg-Essen, and Albina Zenkić, University of Stuttgart-Hohenheim, Discussant: Andreea Stoian

Border Effects in Transition Economies: Case Study of Slovakia and Hungary, Julius Horvath, Central European University, Botond Dome, Central European University,and Attila Ratfai, Central European University, Discussant: Ansgar Belke

The International Reserve Issue in the EMU: Prospects for Membership Gains, Jorgen Drud Hansen, Vilnius University and Aarhus School of Business, Roswitha M. King, University of Latvia, and Virmantas Kvedaras, Vilnius University and Vilnius Academy of Management, Discussant: Attila Ratfai

Fiscal sustainability based on reaction function: Case study Romania, Andreea Stoian, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Emilia Câmpeanu Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, and Mihai Roman, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, Discussant: Roswitha M. King

 

Parallel Session 5C: Financial Markets IV

 

09:00-11:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   2-3)

Chair: Emmanuel C. Mamatzakis

Estimating the equilibrium exchange rate for the potential EMU: Evidence from the Cyprus Pound/Euro exchange rate, Theodora Fyssouni, The Philips College, Avo Kazadjian, The Philips College, Georgios P. Kouretas, University of Crete & AUEB, and Konstantina Siakalli, The Philips College, Discussant: Emmanuel C. Mamatzakis

Forecasting exchange rates of major currencies with long maturity forward rates, Zsolt Darvas, Corvinus University of Budapest , and Zoltán Schepp, University of Pécs, Discussant: Alexandros Kontonikas

Asymmetric Volatility Spillovers between Stock Market and Real Activity: Evidence from UK and US, Nikolaos Giannellis, University of Crete, and Athanasios P. Papadopoulos, University of Crete, Discussant: Zoltan Schepp

Market- implied loss preferences for the G10 forward exchange rates, George A. Christodoulakis, University of Macedonia, and Emmanuel C. Mamatzakis, University of Macedonia, Discussant: Nikolaos Giannellis

 

Parallel Session 5D: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy II

 

09:00-11:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   2-2)

Chair: Riccardo Calcagno

The effectiveness of the Maastricht Treaty and the Stability and Growth Pact: Evidence from the OECD, Marcos  Ribeiro-Poplawski, University of Amsterdam and Tinbergen Institute, Discussant: Riccardo Calcagno

Fiscal institutions, fiscal policy and sovereign risk premia, Mark Hallerberg, Emory University, Deutsche Bundesbank, Guntram B. Wolff, University of Bonn, UCIS-University of Pittsburgh, Discussant: Marcos  Ribeiro-Poplawski

Estimating Time-Varying Policy Neutral Rate in Real Time, Roman Horváth, Czech National Bank and Institute of Economic Studies, Charles University, Discussant: Guntram B. Wolff

A theoretical framework to analyse the effects of the Severance Pay reform on credits to firms in Italy, Riccardo Calcagno, Roman Kräussl, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and Chiara Monticone, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, CeRP and University of Torino, Discussant: Roman Horváth

 

11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK

 

INVITED LECTURE - THE UNIVERSITY OF CRETE / PLENARY SESSION

11:30-13:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   6)

Chair: George Kouretas

Michael Melvin, Barclays Global Investors: The Euro : Learning and Trading

 

13:00-14:00 LUNCH BREAK

 

KEYNOTE SPEECH - THE BANK OF GREECE / PLENARY SESSION

14:00-15:30 (LECTURE ROOM:   6)

Chair: Athanasios Papadopoulos

Andrew Scott, London Business School & CEPR: The Dynamics of Trade and Competition

 

15:30-16:00 COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 6A: Growth and Development

 

16:00-18:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   2-2)

Chair: Chris Tsoumas

Financial Structure and Economic Growth, Stella Michopoulou, University of Athens, Discussant: Chris Tsoumas

Education, Skill-Biased Technological Adoption and Productivity:Theory and Evidence from U.S. States, Susana Iranzo, University of Sydney, Giovanni Peri, University of California, Davis and NBER, Discussant: Stella Michopoulou

Financial System Structure, Change and Convergence: Evidence from the O.E.C.D. Countries, Angelos A. Antzoulatos, University of Piraeus, John Thanopoulos, University of Piraeus, Chris Tsoumas, University of Piraeus, Discussant: Susana Iranzo

 

Session 6B: Exchange Rates and Currency Markets III

 

16:00-18:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   2-3)

Chair: Pierre Siklos

Is the Euro/Dollar exchange rate explained from synthetic European pre-EMU data? A switching regime approach, Dimitrios A. Georgoutsos, Athens University of Economics and Business, George Kouretas, University of Crete & AUEB, Discussant: Pierre Siklos

Foreign Exchange Intervention and Equilibrium Real Exchange Rates, Dimitrios A. Sideris, University of Ioannina, Discussant: Brahim Razgallah

Was the Scandinavian Monetary Union an Optimum Currency Area? A Generalised Purchasing-Power Parity Approach, Brahim Razgallah, Arab Monetary Fund & University Panthéon-Assas, Paris II, Discussant: Dimitris Sideris

Measuring the Impact of Intervention on Exchange Market Pressure, Pierre Siklos, Wilfrid Laurier University and Viessmann European Research Centre, and Diana Weymark Vanderbilt University, Discussant: Alberto Montagnoli

 

Session 6C: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy III

 

16:00-18:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   3-2)

Chair: Richard Jong-A-Pin

International Finance and Income Convergence: Europe is Different, Abdul Abiad, International Monetary Fund, Daniel Leigh,, International Monetary Fund, and Ashoka Mody, International Monetary Fund, Discussant: Richard Jong-A-Pin

Monetary Policy Inertia or Persistent Shocks?, Julio Carrillo, University of Toulouse, Patrick Fève University of Toulouse, and Julien Matheron, Banque de France, Discussant: Abdul Abiad

Do IMF and World Bank programs induce government crises? An empirical analysis, Axel Dreher, ETH Zurich, Martin Gassebner ETH Zurich, and Richard Jong-A-Pin, University of Groningen, Discussant: Julio Carrillo

 

Session 6D: Emerging Markets

 

16:00-18:00 (LECTURE ROOM:   3-3)

Chair: Moise Sidiropoulos

Deja vu also in Serbia: problems of targeting, Kosta Josifidis, Novi Sad Faculty of Economics, Subotica, Emilija Beker, Novi Sad Faculty of Economics, Subotica, Discussant: Moise Sidiropoulos

Germany, US and Central Eastern European Stock Market Integration, Georgios P. Kouretas, University of Crete & AUEB, and Manolis N. Syllignakis, Athens University of Economics and Business, Discussant: Kosta Josifidis

Are the New Member States Converging on the Eurozone? A Business Cycle Analysis for Economies in Transition, Andrew Hughes Hallett, George Mason University and CEPR, and Christian R. Richter, Loughborough University and Robert Holzmann Institute, Discussant: Manolis N. Syllignakis

Finance-Growth Nexus in Sudan: Empirical Assessment Based on an Application of the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) Model, Sufian Eltayeb Mohamed, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and Moise Sidiropoulos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and BETA-Theme, University of Strasbourg, Discussant: Christian R. Richter

 

18:30 SHORT EXCURSION AND DINNER AT A TRADITIONAL VILLAGE

 

 

This activity is part of the DYTSPM project, that has received funding from the European Community's Sixth Framework Programme, Marie Curie Actions - Host Fellowships Transfer of Knowledge. Sole responsibility lies within the author and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein.




Special Issues 2014
SPONSORS