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Important announcement

We regret to inform you that the 37th symposium on Money Banking and Finance scheduled on June 18 and 19 in Paris has been posptoned to June 2021. The Board of the event feels that, due to concerns about the COVID-19 situation, this is in the best interest of our participants, guests, speakers and officials.

We had high expectations for this event, and we will work hard  to make the next event equally attractive. We will keep you informed as soon as the precise date will be determined. 

With kind regards,

The Organization committee


Welcome to the website of the 37th International Symposium on Money, Banking and Finance, annual meeting of the European Research Group (GdRE) on Money Banking and Finance. The conference will be held at Banque de France, on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th June 2020. It is locally organized by the Banque de France and the University of Paris Dauphine research department LEDa.

Important dates

Submissions open: December 1st 2019

Submissions close: February 22nd 2020

Decisions on acceptance: April 15th 2020

Papers will be reviewed by multiple members of the Program Committee. Authors of accepted papers are expected be available to serve as session chairs or discussants. On this website you will be able to submit an article between the 1st of December 2019 and the 22nd of February 2020. Please read the submission rules before. To connect to your personal account or to register, then submit an article, click on Submit your article on the left menu.
Organising institutions

The GDRE Money Banking and Finance is a European research group in Money, Banking and Finance. It aims at enhancing collaborations between researchers in the fields of money, banking and finance from many universities and other institutions in France and abroad.

The LEDa, Dauphine Economics Department, is a research unit which hosts all research faculty in economics at University Paris Dauphine, as well as researchers affiliated with IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement) and CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique). The research conducted at LEDa is oriented towards informing decision making on large-scope society issues in different areas: macroeconomic policy, money and finance, market design, environment, health and ageing, and development and mobility. It has 142 members: 63 research faculty, 13 IRD and CNRS researchers and 60 Ph.D. students.

Sponsoring institutions

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