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The Fifth New York Fed/NYU Stern Conference on Financial Intermediation
November 13, 2009
A conference jointly sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Salomon Center at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
Overview This one-day conference aims to enhance the interaction among researchers interested in financial intermediation. The conference will consist of five to seven papers. Submissions on all areas of financial intermediation will be considered (except papers already accepted for publication).
Submission Procedure The deadline for submissions is July 31, 2009.
Interested authors should submit a PDF version of their paper with a separate title page and abstract to Robyn Vanterpool at firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying "NY Fed/NYU Conference" in the subject line.
Authors of accepted papers will be notified in early September. Participants are responsible for their travel and lodging expenses.
Audience The conference is open to academics and other researchers in the fields of economics and finance. It is closed to the media.
Conference Location New York University Stern School of Business 44 West 4th Street New York, NY 10012
Conference Organizers Alexander Ljungqvist, New York University Hamid Mehran, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Stavros Peristiani, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Philipp Schnabl, New York University
2009 Program Committee Philip Bond, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Andrew Hertzberg, Columbia University Daniel Paravisini, Columbia University Manju Puri, Duke University Joao Santos, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Philip Strahan, Boston College Amir Sufi, University of Chicago Greg Udell, Indiana University