Wed May 25 CEST - Thu May 26 CEST (about 1 month ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue May 24 6:00pm - Wed May 25 6:00pm
In this unique international and interdisciplinary conference, we welcome paper submissions from economists, finance and legal scholars, historians, political scientists, political economists, sociologists and anthropologists working in theoretical and empirical areas related to sovereign debt as well as from practitioners. Contributions from emerging scholars and junior policymakers are highly encouraged. DebtCon5 does not reimburse speaker travel expenses; however, selected scholars who are unable to travel to DebtCon5 for lack of funding may contact the organizers to help identify potential sources of financial support.
The objective of DebtCon5 is to discuss state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research on sovereign debt and related policy issues, and to foster interaction among academics, senior policymakers and supervisors, industry representatives, and other practitioners. The conference will include both high-level roundtables, where practice, policy and research will meet, and parallel sessions, where research papers will be presented. Emerging scholars will have the opportunity to present their work in an emerging-scholars side-event.
• European Stability Mechanism
• Allen & Overy
• Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
• International Insolvency Institute