Incisive Media Joins FEN Partners in Publishing Journals

We are pleased to announce Financial Conduct Authority, has started a new Finance Research Centers Papers series within the Financial Economics Network (FEN).

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FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY RESEARCH PAPER SERIES

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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is committed to encouraging debate on all aspects of financial regulation and to creating rigorous evidence to support its decision-making. To facilitate this, we publish a series of Occasional Papers, extending across economics and other disciplines.

The main factor in accepting papers is that they should make substantial contributions to knowledge and understanding of financial regulation. If you want to contribute to this series or comment on these papers, please contact Peter Andrews or Kevin James at peter.andrews@fca.org.uk and kevin.james@fca.org.uk.

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Sincerely,

Michael C. Jensen
Director
Financial Economics Network