ÖFG Research Group on 'Financial Crises'

Workshop 2016 in Innsbruck/Austria

Regulation as a factor of systemic risk

11./12. November 2016

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Review

The program as well as the research papers of the workshop are available on the ÖFG Website.

See the video of the keynote speech and the panel discussion right here.

Thank you to all participants of the workshop!

 


Program 

Please click here for the full program.

For more information on the workshop's focus, please see the Call for Papers.

 


Keynote Speaker and Panel Discussion

Keynote speaker:

Prof. Dr. Thilo Liebig, Deutsche Bundesbank


Panelist:

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gehrig, Universität Wien
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gerke, BFZ München
Prof. Dr. Thilo Liebig, Deutsche Bundesbank

 


Registration and Organisation

To register for the workshop, just send an email to conference-ibf@uibk.ac.at including your personal details. For accommodation, please note the early bird offer below.

The workshop is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 11, 2016 (afternoon) and Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016 (morning) and will be held at the University of Innsbruck (SOWI building, Universitätsstraße 15, 6020 Innsbruck). 3rd Floor, Fakultätssitzungssaal.

There is no submission fee and participation in the workshop is free of charge.

 Contact information

Department of Banking and Finance, University of Innsbruck
Universitätsstrasse 15
6020 Innsbruck, AUSTRIA

Phone: +43 512 507 73101

Email: conference-ibf@uibk.ac.at


About the research group 'Financial crises'

The Research Group ‘Financial Crises’ of the Österreichische Forschungsgemeinschaft provides a regular forum for scholarly research on issues related to this topic from a variety of perspectives. In particular it offers a discussion forum for young researchers to present early work and to network with senior colleagues researching related topics. More information can be found here.

   


Accommodation and Travel Information

The easiest way to travel to Innsbruck is by plane: Innsbruck airport is very close to the city center and bus as well as taxi connections are available. Innsbruck is conveniently accessible from most of major European airports via Frankfurt or Vienna. Alternatively, Innsbruck is also easy to reach with trains and long distance buses.

For accommodation, we suggest Hotel Grauer Bär which is in walking distance to the workshop venue.  Click here for more information on the Hotel Grauer Bär.