27th International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis
and International Finance

25 – 27 May 2023

Department of Economics, University of Crete, Rethymno, Crete, Greece

Keynote Speakers:

Francis X. Diebold Loukas Karabarbounis Kai Li Mark Spiegel
Francis X. Diebold

University of Pennsylvania

Loukas Karabarbounis

University of Minnesota

Kai Li

University of British Columbia

Mark Spiegel

Federal Reserve Bank, San Francisco

The conference will solicit papers in all areas of macroeconomic theory and policy and international finance. All papers can be submitted electronically through URL: https://icmaif.soc.uoc.gr/paper_online/. The deadline for submission is December 31, 2022.

Jointly authored papers should be submitted by the person who will present the paper, if it is accepted. Please note that each participant may present at most one paper.  Upon acceptance of a paper the registration fee is € 375. The registration fee for Ph.D. students is € 225 (a letter of proof of Ph.D. student status is required from the head of the department). Registration fees are not refundable. In case there is more than one author per paper, only one registration fee is required. Additional registration is applied when all the authors participate in the Conference.

Special Issue (Guest Editors: Nikolaos Giannellis, Georgios P. Kouretas and George S. Tavlas)

The Journal of International Money and Finance will publish a special issue with papers presented at the conference. The selected papers will be presented during the conference in special “JIMF Sessions”. The topic of the special issue is Financial Integration, Trade Integration and Contagion Among Regional Economies. All submitted papers will be considered for this special issue. Only papers of high quality will be considered.

Special Issue (Guest Editors: Nikolaos Giannellis, Georgios P. Kouretas, and George S. Tavlas)

The Journal of Forecasting will publish a special issue with papers presented at the conference. The selected papers will be presented during the conference in special “JFOR Sessions”. The topic of the special issue is Forecasting in Turbulent Times. All submitted papers will be considered for this special issue. Only papers of high quality will be considered.

For further queries please contact:

Associate Professor Nikolaos Giannellis
Department of Economics
University of Crete, University Campus
GR-74100, Rethymno, Greece
E-mail:
giannellis@uoc.gr