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第五届中国与世界其它新兴金融市场论坛征稿启事

发布时间:2016-01-06

CALL FOR PAPERS
Fifth Symposium on Emerging Financial Markets: China and Beyond

May25&26, 2016

Shenzhen, China

Sponsored by

School of Management and Economics, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
Academy of Finance and Development, Peking University
Emerging Markets Institute, Cornell University
Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton University
Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
Review of Financial Studies

 

This symposium is intended to provide a platform for researchers to discuss fundamental research and policy issues related to emerging financial markets.

Emerging economies, including China, India, Brazil, Russia, South Africa and others, have experienced rapid economic growth over the past several decades and they now constitute half of the world’s GDP. Capital markets in those countries have been developed more slowly and insufficiently to fund the expanding growth opportunities. Further, uneven quality domestic institutions impede external capital from satisfying that unmet demand for capital. With these challenges, there has been a growing research interest in using the unique institutional settings and rich data sources in emerging economies to study a range of fundamental questions in finance.

We welcome research in all aspects of emerging financial markets. Possible topics include (but are not restricted to):
•The unique roles of government and the legal system protecting investors in emerging economies offer new data on corporate governance, organizational form, political economy, and economic performance.
•Capital markets in emerging economies, dominated by individual investors and frequently affected by speculative episodes, offer unique opportunities to study speculative trading, asset price bubbles, and many other issues related to behavioral finance and investor protection.
•The rapid development of financial institutions in recent years provides opportunities to study financial development and its impact on the real economy.
•Housing booms and near collapses offer unparalleled opportunities to study how banks, government stimulus and other sociological factors such as rising inequality and lack of savings vehicles impact the real estate sectors and asset markets.
•The vibrant private equity industry provides a new ground for studying entrepreneurship and technology innovations in a transitional economy.


Co-Chairs of the Symposium

Yu-Jane Liu: Guanghua School of Management, Peking University

Wei Xiong: Princeton University & CUHK, Shenzhen

Jianfeng Yu: University of Minnesota & CUHK, Shenzhen


Sponsoring RFS Editor of the Symposium

Andrew Karolyi: Cornell University, and Executive Editor, Review of Financial Studies


Program Committee Members
Franklin Allen, University of Pennsylvania
Jennifer Carpenter, New York University
Yongheng Deng, National University of Singapore
Joseph Fan, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Joseph Gyourko, University of Pennsylvania
Bing Han, University of Toronto
David Hirshleifer, University of California, Irvine
Harrison Hong, Princeton University
Kewei Hou, Ohio State University
Tim Jenkinson, Oxford University
Wei Jiang, Columbia University
Li Jin, Peking University and Oxford University
Luc Laeven, International Monetary Fund
Kai Li, University of British Columbia
Karl Lins, University of Utah
Qiao Liu, Peking University
Terrance Odean, University of California, Berkeley
Lin Peng, City University of New York
Jun Qian, Boston College
Jay Ritter, University of Florida
Sergio Schmukler, World Bank
Michael Song, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Frank Warnock, University of Virginia
John Wei, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Daniel Wolfenzon, Columbia University
Adrien Verdelhan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bernard Yeung, National University of Singapore
Jialin Yu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Xiaoyan Zhang, Purdue University
Ning Zhu, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance


Paper Submission
Submit an electronic version of the paper in PDF format no later than February 15, 2016 through the conference web page: http://www.scfm.org.cn/en/. (The submission window will be open after December 15, 2015.)
Paper selection will be finalized by April 2016.

Review of Financial Studies Dual Submission Option:  Submissions to the conference can also be submitted to the Review of Financial Studies under its dual review system, with the same submission deadline of February15, 2016. Authors must indicate on the conference submission website whether they are interested to have their paper considered under this dual review option with the RFS that works as follows:
•There is no charge for submissions under this program.
•Dual submissions will be reviewed by the conference program committee and will be made available for consideration by the RFS.
•Papers submitted for dual consideration must not be under review at another journal or the RFS, including as a dual-submission at another journal, nor can they be considered for dual submission if previously rejected by the RFS.
•At the discretion of the symposium’s sponsoring editor of the RFS, dual submissions will be sent out for a formal referee report. If such a report is sought, then the paper's author will receive a copy of the RFS reviewer's report.
•Papers rejected at any stage of the dual review process are not considered to have been "rejected" at the RFS. This also applies to articles sent out for formal review. Thus authors are permitted to submit a future version of their paper (unchanged if they wish) to the RFS without prejudice.
•While under consideration by the conference and the RFS, a paper may not be submitted to another journal (or the RFS) until the author has been notified.


Venue

School of Management and Economics, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

CUHK (Shenzhen) is a newly established campus of Chinese University of Hong Kong: (seehttp://www.cuhk.edu.cn/en/ for more information). Shenzhen is one of the four first-tier cities in China, together with Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. It was one of the first Special Economic Zones where Chinese economic reform started 35 years ago. Now known as China's Silicon Valley, it is home to many of the most recognizable Chinese private, high-tech firms such as Tencent and Huawei, as well as Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Shenzhen is located just north of Hong Kong, only one hour away from Hong Kong airport by car. If you have not been to Shenzhen, it is an excellent window for a first-hand view of the vibrant private economy of China, and it promises to be a very different experience from visiting Beijing and Shanghai.

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