AUEB, APF, Uni of Piraeus, Uni of Macedonia and the Centre of Planning and Economic Research jointly organize the 11th Biennial International Conference on Asymmetric Economic Consequences of the Global Financial Crisis

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11th Biennial International Conference on

Asymmetric Economic Consequences of the Global Financial Crisis

Chalkidiki, Greece, July 1-3, 2012

The Athenian Policy Forum (APF) in partnership with the Athens University of Economics and Business, the University of Piraeus, the University of Macedonia and the Centre of Planning and Economic Research organize the 11th Biennial International Conference on Asymmetric Economic Consequences of the Global Financial Crisis.

Topics of interest include: sovereign debt, banking fragility, corporate deleveraging, asymmetries in macro-prudential regulation between countries with high and low developed financial markets, persistent high unemployment, challenges in the conduct of appropriate monetary and fiscal policies, national versus supranational regulatory systems, consequences of the Euro-zone financial crisis, the future of the euro, global monetary and fiscal stability, strategies to stop the immense increases in fiscal deficits and to regain fiscal stability, regulatory systems limiting world-wide contagion effects, regulatory measures to increase the soundness of the banks' balance sheets and to supervise financial transactions between globalised banks, multiple equilibria in financial markets, wealth volatility, the behaviour of commodity markets and changes in leading currency markets. Ethical, behavioral and political dimensions of crises are also included.

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