CAFRAL-Imperial College Business School Conference on “Financial Intermediation in Emerging Markets”

March 19, 2019 to March 20, 2019
Reserve Bank of India, Central Office Building, 25th Floor Auditorium, Fort, Mumbai, India

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Does the "Foreignness" of Bank Loans Matter? Evidence from a New Dataset By Martin Strieborny, Associate Senior Lecturer, "School of Economics and Management Department of Economics Lund University"
Is there help indeed, if there is help in need? The case of credit unions during the financial crisis By Leila Aghabarari, Economic Consultant, World Bank, USA
Banking and growth: evidence from a regression discontinuity analysis By Nathaniel Young, Principal Economist, European Bank for Reconstruction & Development
Please, stay put: Lender behaviour in a competitive environment By Mrinal Misra, Assistant, Department of Banking & Finance University of Zurich
The Household Finance Landscape in Emerging Economies By Tarun Ramadorai, Professor of Financial Economics, Imperial College London
Inter-industry FDI Spillovers from Foreign Banks: Evidence in Follower Countries By Shusen Qi, Assistant Professor, School of Management, Ziamen University Fujian
International Coordination of Monetary and Macro-Prudential policies By Enisse Kharroubi, Senior Economist, Bank for International Settlement Monetary & Economic Department
Behavioral Attributes of Strategic Default: Evidence From the Foreclosure Moratorium in Greece By Ioannis Spyridopoulos, Assistant Professor, American University, Washington DC, USA
The Economics of Shadow Banking: Lessons from Surrogate Intermediaries in China By Tianyue Ruan, Assistant Professor, NUS Business School
Experience of Communal Con icts and Inter-group Lending By Arkodipta Sarkar, PhD Student in Finance, London Business School
Financial Access Under the Microscope By André F. Silva, Economist, Federal Reserve Board, Washington Division of Research and Statistics, USA
How Do Regulations Affect Credit Rating? Evidence from the Upgrades in the Chinese Banking Sector By Shida Liu, Assistant Professor, School of Economics and Management Tsinghua University

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Program Conditions

a) Funding: For presenters and discussants, we will provide a travel grant that should be adequate to cover air fare, cover local airport transfers, conference stay, and meals.
b) Participants who receive funding are expected to stay for the full duration of the conference, and may be requested to act as discussants for other papers.
c) Faculty members and doctoral students from India as well as from elsewhere who interested in these topics to attend the conference (including meals) without any charge.
d) Participants who do not have a paper or discussion in the program will not be provided any financial support.

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