ISIGrowth organises a workshop in Paris, to be held on June 11th, with central bankers and academic scholars
The EU-funded ISIGrowth project is organising a major workshop on ‘’Financial Stability: challenges and insights from new tools’’ to be held in Paris on June 11th.
The workshop is jointly organised with the University of Sciences Po and the University of Zurich, both of them ISIGrowth partners, and with the IMT (Scuola Alti Studi Lucca). It will be held at the Observatoire Français des Conjonctures Economiques (10 Place de Catalogne, Paris).
The event addresses the relations between the architecture of financial networks and their ability to amplify shocks both in a static and in an endogenous link formation setting, whose results are relevant for pricing the impact of systemic effects on the obligation of financial counterparties and to evaluate the contribution of investors to financial stability.
The workshop discusses how financial network and agent-based models can usefully be employed to analyze the impact of financial stability and macro-prudential policies, and what challenges regulators must address in terms of both data and concepts.
It includes interventions of central bankers and of academic scholars working on the relations between financial networks, agent-based models, systemic risk and macro-prudential policies.
Key-note speakers include: Laurent Clerc (Banque de France), Marco Bardoscia (Bank of England), Sérafin Jaramillo (Banco de Mèxico) and Christoffer Kok (European Central Bank).
ISIGrowth’s researchers Mauro Napoletano (OFCE – Science Po), Stefano Battiston (University of Zurich), Lilit Popoyan (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa) and Mattia Guerini (OFCE-Sciences Po) will also attend the event.