We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers of the 2024 CEBRA Annual Meeting co-organized with Deutsche Bundesbank, Leibinz Institute for Financial Research SAFE and hosted by the House of Finance (SAFE).   Submissions can be made via our new event platform by the deadline of Sunday 10 March.

Summary Program

The CEBRA Annual Meeting, now in its ninth year, will take place on Wednesday 28 August to Friday 30 August 2024 at Campus Westend, Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The event will welcome practitioners from a wide variety of backgrounds to discuss a diverse range of topical issues that are of particular interest to central banks, financial regulators, international financial institutions, and fiscal authorities. We are delighted to have over 30 central banks input and support the creation of this Call for Papers.

A summary program can be found here and includes:

  • Three high level panels organized by: Raphael Auer (BIS Innovation Hub and President of CEBRA), Florian Heider (SAFE/Goethe University) and Raphael Schoenle (Brandeis University/CEBRA) featuring Diogo Abry Guillén (Banco Central do Brasil).  Other confirmed panellists will be announced on our website in due course.
  • Evening reception sponsored by Deutsche Bundesbank with the esteemed Dr. Joachim Nagel, President of Deutsche Bundesbank, providing the keynote address.
  • Poster session designed specifically for early career women in economics.
  • Thirty-six contributed sessions covering a wide variety of policy-relevant topics and providing in-depth analysis by over one hundred speakers and presenters.

Call for Papers

Submissions are being sought on the below list of themes and related topics:

  • Inflation Process and Policy;
  • Technological Innovations in Methods and Economic Data;
  • Financial Frictions, Financial Stability and Networks;
  • Policy, Refining Modelling Frameworks, and New Insights;
  • International Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy;
  • Challenges for Fiscal and Monetary Policy

The Scientific Committee comprises Raphael Auer (BIS Innovation Hub, CEBRA), Falko Fecht (Deutsche Bundesbank), Florian Heider (SAFE, Goethe University) and Raphael Schoenle (Brandeis University, CEBRA).