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CALL FOR PAPERS

23rd Annual
Derivatives Securities and Risk Management Conference
March 15-16, 2013


Jointly organized by the FDIC's Center for Financial Research Cornell University's Johnson Graduate School of Management and The University of Houston's Bauer College of Business

The conference organizers invite submission of research papers for the 23rd Annual Derivatives and Risk Management Conference. The conference will be held at the FDIC’s facilities located in Arlington, Virginia, on Friday March 15 and Saturday March 16. The organizing committee, Professor Robert Jarrow, Professor Stuart Turnbull, and Paul Kupiec will select the papers for the conference agenda.  Papers selected for the conference program will have an option to submit their paper to the Journal of Financial Services Research, and the submission fee will be waived.

Past conferences have featured presentation of exceptional quality research in all areas of derivatives pricing, market and credit risk measurement, computational methods, and advances in financial engineering. 

The FDIC will reimburse author’s lodging expenses at the FDIC’s Seidman Center.  The FDIC also has a very limited budget available to help defray travel expenses for authors in need of funding.      

Please submit an electronic copy of the paper in PDF format to the FDIC’s Center for Financial Research at DerivativesConference@fdic.gov by January 20, 2013.  

Please remember to include contact information on the cover page for the corresponding author.
Please title the PDF file using the corresponding author’s last name as the leading word in the title. For example: Smith_paper.pdf

Authors will be notified about the status of their papers by early February 2013.

Further inquiries please contact Paul Kupiec (pkupiec@fdic.gov), Robert Jarrow (raj15@cornell.edu) or Stuart Turnbull (sturnbull@uh.edu).

 




Last Updated 12/15/2011 cfr@fdic.gov