September 28, 2017 - September 29, 2017

Globalization and growth in eurozone: new challenges

In the last years, the eurozone got confronted with different severe challenges, such as: the financial and economic world crisis, so called the Great Recession (Global Financial Crisis) and Euro crisis (debt and banking crisis). Additionally, other challenges might affect, in the future, the eurozone economies through international economic transmission channels: the Middle East conflict with high implications on oil price or the Chinese economic rebound.

Within this framework, a specific attention can be devoted to the relation between globalization and growth with a specific focus on the EMU.

Both theoretical and empirical papers that deal with these research topics will be presented and discussed.

Main topics

Le Studium Conference is open to contributions from all areas of economic research. However, we especially encourage submissions related to the following topics:

Financial and Debt Crisis ; Globalization and Economic Asymmetries ; Fiscal Policy and Public Finance ; Banking and Finance ; International Trade; Labour and Capital Markets; Monetary and Financial Economics ; Commodities and Financial Markets ; Energy Economics ; Growth and Business Cycles ; International Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy

CONVENORS

Pr Mihai Mutascu
LE STUDIUM/Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship
FROM West University of Timisoara, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration - RO
IN RESIDENCE AT Laboratoire d'Économie d'Orléans (LEO), CNRS UMR 7322 - FR

Pr Camelia Turcu
Laboratoire d'Économie d'Orléans (LEO) - FR

Guest speakers

Conference PROGRAM

Wednesday 27th September 2017

  • 19h15 Ice-breaker Party – Wine & cheese cocktail at Hôtel Dupanloup

Thursday 28th September 2017

  • 09h00   Welcome coffee & registration
  • 10h00  Opening

Ioan Todinca, Alexis Direr, Camelia Turcu / LE STUDIUM - Sophie Gabillet, Mihai Mutascu

INVITED SPEAKER SESSION (KEYNOTE LECTURES) Chairman: Pr Nauro F. Campos

  • 10h30    Pr Dimitrios Asteriou - Oxford Brooks University - UK
    Do Labour-Market Structures and Policies in Individual Countries Matter for the International Synchronization of Business Cycles?
  • 11h00    Pr Ansgar Belke - University of Duisburg - DE
    Economic Recovery in a Diverging Monetary Union: Italy and the Euro
  • 11h30    Pr Nauro F. Campos - Brunel University London - UK
    Rethinking Core and Periphery in the European Union
  • 12h00    Lunch
  • 13h30    H2020 funding opportunities, Marine Alalinarde (Cellule Mutualisée Europe Recherche - CMER)

FIRST SESSION Chairman - Alexander Schlösser

  • 14h00    Maxime Menuet - University of Orleans, LEO - FR
    Does Overconfidence Drag Out War?
  • 14h30    Dr Aviral Kumar Tiwari - Montpellier Business School - FR
    Causality between PPI-CPI-Exchange Rates in Romania: A Frequency Domain Approach
  • 15h00    Dr Fabien Labondance - Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté –
    CRESE and OFCE - Sciences Po Paris - FR Central Bank Sentiment and Policy Expectations
  • 15h30    Alexander Schlösser - University of Duisburg-Essen - DE
    The Effects of Economic Policy Uncertainty on European Economies: Evidence from a TVP-FAVAR
  • 16h00    Coffee-break and Poster Session

Papers included in the poster sessions:

  1. Claudiu Albulescu (Politehnica University of Timisoara), Nicolae Bogdan Ianc (West University of Timisoara and University of Orleans, LEO), Fiscal Policy, FDI and Macroeconomic Stabilization
  2. Bogdan Capraru (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi), Nicoleta-Livia Pintilie (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi), Measuring Competition in the European Union Banking Sector
  3. Konstantinos Loizos (University of Athens), The Interbank Market, State of Confidence and the Link Between Liquidity and Solvency Risk
  4. Michal Pronobis (WSB University in Gdansk), Floating Exchange Rate as an Automatic Stabilizer on the Example of Polish Economy

SECOND SESSION Chairman - Dr Isabelle Rabaud

  • 16h30    Pr Jorge Braga de Macedo - Center for Globalisation and Governance Nova School Business and Economics - PT
    Globalization, Democracy and Development
  • 17h00    Svetlana Rujin – RWI, Leibniz Institute for Economic Research, Ruhr UniversityBochum - DE
    Dynamic Responses of Labor Input to Technology Shocks: Evidence from a Panel BVAR with Sign Restrictions
  • 17h30    Dr Isabelle Rabaud - University of Orleans, LEO - FR
    Migration Impacts on Bilateral Trade in Services
  • 18h30    Pr Pierre-Guillaume Méon - Université libre de Bruxelles - BE
    L’Euro: une Question Politique? (Public Lecture in French)
  • 20h00    Gala dinner (Restaurant Le Lift, Orléans)

Friday 29th September 2017

INVITED SPEAKER SESSION (KEYNOTE LECTURES) Chairman: Pr Pierre-Guillaume Méon

  • 09h00    Pr Jarko Fidrmuc -  Zeppelin University - DE
    Business Cycle Synchronization in a Currency Union: Taking Stock of the Econometric Evidence 
  • 09h30    Dr Christopher Hartwell - Center for Social and Economic Research - PL
    The More the Merrier? The Reaction of Euro Area Stock Markets to New Members
  • 10h00    Pr Pierre-Guillaume Méon - Université libre de Bruxelles - BE
    Do Democratic Transitions Attract Foreign Investors and How Fast?
  • 10h30    Coffee-break & Poster session

THIRD SESSION Chairman: Pr Mihai Mutascu & Pr Camelia Turcu

  • 11h00    Dr Yannick Lucotte - University of Orleans, LEO - FR
    Competition and Credit Procyclicality in European Banking
  • 11h30    Dr Maria Siranova - Institute of Economic Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences - SK
    Getting the Measures of Trade Misinvoicing Right: Bilateral Panel Data Approach
  • 12h00    Pr Mihai Mutascu - Le Studium & University of Orleans, LEO - FR & Pr Camelia Turcu - University of Orleans, LEO - FR
    Trade Openness and Business Cycle Synchronization in Eurozone: a Wavelet Approach
  • 12h30    Lunch

​INVITED SPEAKER SESSION (KEYNOTE LECTURES) Chairman: Pr Nikolay Nenovsky

  • 14h00    Pr Alexandru Minea - University of Clermont-Auvergne - FR
    Public Debt, Endogenous Growth Cycles and Indeterminacy
  • 14h30    Pr Daniel Mirza - University of Tours - FR
     Open Border Policies and the Exit of Migrants: Theory and Quasi-Natural Experiments from EU and Schengen Agreements
  • 15h00    Pr Nikolay Nenovsky - University Jules Verne of Picardie - FR
    The Balkans and Europe - Exploring Long Term Monetary History and Relations
  • 15h30    Conclusion

Note: in each session

  1. The last speaker is the chair
  2. The paper presenter are highlighted in italic.

      PRACTICAL INFORMATIONS

      PRICING

      The registration fee includes all lunches, coffee breaks, gala dinner and social events. It doesn’t include travel and accommodation expenses. All participants to the conference have to register. Paper submission is not regarded as a registration. 

       

      Participant 150 EUR

       

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