Conference Announcement and First Call for Papers
The Seventh New York Fed / NYU Stern Conference on Financial Intermediation
May 4-5, 2012
A conference jointly sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the Salomon Center of New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business, and the Review of Financial Studies (RFS).
The goal of this two-day conference is to enhance the interaction among researchers interested in financial intermediation. Submissions in all areas of financial intermediation will be considered (except papers already accepted for publication).
The deadline for submissions is January 6, 2012.
Interested authors should submit a PDF version of their paper with a separate title/abstract page to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying “NYU/NY Fed Conference” in the subject line.
Authors who would like to have their paper considered under the RFS dual-submission process must indicate this clearly in their email. Details of the dual-submission process can be found below.
Authors of accepted papers will be notified in early March. The conference organizers will provide one night's accommodation as well as financial support for travel expenses to authors whose papers are accepted for the conference.
NY Fed/NYU Stern Conference & RFS Partnership
The NY Fed/NYU Stern Conference and the Society for Financial Studies announce a combined submission process. If you choose to, your submission to the conference will also be considered for publication by the RFS. The rules for this dual-submission process are as follows:
- Authors must expressly indicate their interest in consideration by the RFS under the dual-submission process. Only papers so indicated will be considered submitted for consideration by the RFS.
- In addition to being assessed for inclusion in the conference program, dual submissions will be screened separately by the program committee and the Sponsoring RFS Editor.
- At the discretion of the Sponsoring Editor, a small number of dual submissions will be invited to submit to the RFS. The RFS will waive the submission fee on such submissions. Invited submissions will be subject to formal refereeing.
- In the event that a dual submission that has been invited to submit to the RFS is subsequently rejected, its authors have the option to submit a future version of their paper to the RFS without prejudice.
- Any paper submitted to the conference under the dual submission process must not be under review at another journal or at the RFS, nor can it be considered under the dual submission process if it has previously been rejected by the RFS (though you are free to submit such a paper to the conference outside the dual-submission process).
- While under consideration by the NY Fed/NYU Stern Conference and the RFS under the dual-submission process, a paper may not be submitted to another journal (including the RFS) until the author has been notified of the outcome of the dual-submission process.
New York University
Stern School of Business
44 West 4 th Street
New York NY 10012
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
2012 Program Committee
Viral Acharya , New York University
Nicola Cetorelli, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Mark Flannery, University of Florida
Itay Goldstein, University of Pennsylvania
Andrew Hertzberg, Columbia University
Victoria Ivashina, Harvard University
Jose Liberti, DePaul University
Atif Mian, UC Berkeley
Alan Morrison, University of Oxford
Martin Oehmke, Columbia University
Daniel Paravisini, Columbia University
Mitchell Petersen, Northwestern University
Manju Puri, Duke University
Adriano Rampini, Duke University
João Santos, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
David Scharfstein, Harvard Business School
Greg Udell, Indiana University
Lucy White, Harvard Business School
William J. Wilhelm, University of Virginia
Tanju Yorulmazer, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Please address any questions to Alexander Ljungqvist (email@example.com) or Philipp Schnabl (firstname.lastname@example.org).