Post BREXIT: Uncertainty, Risk Measurement and COVID-19 Challenges
- Tuesday 22 June (09:00) - Wednesday 23 June 2021 (17:00)
The UK faces the simultaneous challenges of Brexit and Covid-19. Either would stretch any nation’s economy to the limit and Covid has arguably hit the UK’s economy harder than its EU neighbours’. The uncertainties surrounding these twin challenges and basic nature of any initial deal with the UK’s most important trade partner, will weigh on the country’s economy in the months and years ahead.
This conference is devoted to the advancement of the understanding of the entire spectrum of policy and control issues following exit from the Covid-19 crisis and from the European Union.
The conference is open to the public with no registration fee. Register for the conference here.
Call for papers
The organisers invite submissions from scholars working on policy and practical issues and from those having a more theoretical or normative angle. Two special issues of high quality journals will serve as a legacy to record the unprecedented events that we are facing in the field of Finance; the European Journal of Finance and Economic Modelling have contributed special issues and welcome your submissions.
Conference submission deadline: 30 May 2021
Authors will be notified: 6 June 2021
Conference Dates: 22 and 23 June 2021
Submission deadline for revised papers for consideration in our two special issue volumes: 30th September 2021
Special issues revise and resubmit process begins 31st October 2021
Notification for acceptance into the two special issues: 30 December 2021
Papers submission: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Aikman: Professor of Finance and Director of the Qatar Centre for Global Banking and Finance, King's Business School, King's College.
William Arnold Barnett: Oswald Distinguished Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Kansas, Director of Advances in Monetary and Financial Measurement at the Center for Financial Stability (CFS) in New York City, and Director of the Institute for Nonlinear Dynamical Inference in Moscow.
Patrick Minford: Professor of Applied Macroeconomics at Cardiff University and Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Policy research (CEPR).
Professor Jagjit Chadha: Expert on financial markets and monetary policy, as well as aspects of monetary and financial history. He has written widely on the design of monetary, fiscal and financial policies.
Professor Costas Milas: Professor of Finance at the Management School, University of Liverpool. He researches on monetary policy behaviour and credit rating decisions in the UK, the US and Eurozone economies.