Monday, November 25, 2013

Call for papers: Risk Management Post Financial Crisis: A Period of Monetary Easing

Call for Papers

Contemporary Studies in Economic and Financial Analysis (CSEFA)

Volume 96

Risk Management Post Financial Crisis: A Period of Monetary Easing

Jonathan A. Batten, Monash University, Australia
Niklas F. Wagner, University of Passau, Germany

Submissions are invited for a special issue of CSEFA Volume 96. The focus of this issue is on financial risk management in a post financial crisis environment, including the effects of nonstandard monetary policies by central banks. Papers are not limited to but may address the following topics

- advances in measuring and reporting risk and liquidity after the crisis,
- the impacts of Basel III including e.g. capital requirements and bank balance sheets,
- central bank monetary policies and bank liquidity,
- credit risk assessment and bank lending to SMEs,
- the impact of excess liquidity on asset prices (e.g. bubbles and crashes),
- the particular risks of inflationary or deflationary economic environments.

Selected papers will be published as chapters of CSEFA Volume 96. CSEFA is published by the Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Howard House, Wagon Lane, Bingley, BD16 1WA, United Kingdom. It forms a continuing series of refereed volumes featuring original academic research in financial economics. The series is now included in the ISI Web of Knowledge and Book Citation Index.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Submission of work of a high standard in the above topic area is very welcome. Please submit your paper proposal as an abstract including

  • - the title and abstract,
  • - a list of keywords,
  • - names and affiliations (with email and postal address) of all authors,
  • - all authors’ 200 word bios,

to one of the editors. Authors will be notified about acceptance of their abstracts in due course.

Final manuscript

Upon acceptance, the submission deadline for final manuscripts is January 15, 2014. Final manuscripts have to be in MS Word text format with a length of up to 8000 words. They may include up to five tables or figures.


Jonathan A. Batten

Niklas F. Wagner