CALL FOR PAPERS: 6th Fed-Maryland Short-Term Funding Markets Conference

Conference date

19 May 2023

Location

Washington, D.C.

Description

We invite authors to submit research papers to the 6th Short-Term Funding Markets (STFM) Conference, co-organized by the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the University of Maryland’s Center for Financial Policy.

Paper Submission Deadline: December 31, 2022

The conference theme is broadly defined. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
• Maturity transformation and liquidity management by banks, broker-dealers, money market mutual funds, or other financial intermediaries
• Frictions and fragility in short-term funding markets
• Effects of regulation and central bank intervention on funding markets
• How short-term funding markets affect capital structure and other corporate finance decisions
• Money creation and the demand for safe assets
• Fintech and encrypted currency

Previous Years’ Program:
2020: https://pages.e2ma.net/pages/1727724/24982
2021: https://pages.e2ma.net/pages/1727724/27986
2022: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XykBumXIpJipa75faBCK3CqI8D66mnRI/view

Paper Submission Procedure: The deadline for submissions is December 31, 2022. Please submit completed papers in PDF format without any author information to: STFM-Conference@frb.gov. In the email, please provide author names and preferred contacts. There is no submission fee.

Each paper will be reviewed by at least two program committee members. Authors of selected papers will be notified before mid-February, 2023.

Conference Organizers: Sam Hempel (Federal Reserve Board), Yi Li (Federal Reserve Board), and Russell Wermers (University of Maryland)

Program Committee: Jack Bao (University of Delaware), Sergey Chernenko (Purdue), Adam Copeland (Federal Reserve Bank of New York), Itay Goldstein (Wharton), Gary Gorton (Yale), Sebastian Infante Bilbao (Federal Reserve Board), Wei Jiang (Columbia), Marcin Kacperczyk (Imperial College London), Jay Kahn (Federal Reserve Board), Phillip Monin (Federal Reserve Board), Mark Paddrik (Office of Financial Research), Philipp Schnabl (NYU), André Silva (Federal Reserve Board), Allan Timmermann (UCSD), Stephane Verani (Federal Reserve Board)