This Event is no longer receiving submissions.

The Call for Papers is now closed. 

The CEPR Research and Policy Network (RPN) on Household Finance and the Collegio Carlo Alberto in Turin, with the support of the PhD programme at EDHEC, the National Bank of Denmark and the Queen Mary University of Londonare organising the 2023 CEPR European Conference on Household Finance that will take place in Turin, Italy. The objective is to present state-of-the-art empirical and theoretical research on household financial behaviour and on how it is influenced by other choices, government policies, and the overall economic environment. In addition to the two-day conference taking place on 5-6 October 2023, a CEPR Research-Policy-Practice event will be organised by the local organisers and will take place on 4 October 2023.

The organisers particularly encourage submissions from PhD students in household finance planning to go on the job market in Winter 2024. Students must apply online stating that they are a PhD student and supply their CV. Top submissions, written exclusively by students, will be included in the regular conference programme and in the candidates for the best student paper prize, awarded by the CEPR Research and Policy Network on Household Finance. Past awardees have launched highly promising careers, including assistant professor positions in top academic institutions globally.

We welcome papers in the following areas, but other related areas may also be considered:

• Asset allocation and debt behaviour over the life cycle
• Financing retirement and the demographic transition
• Consumer indebtedness, financial distress, and default decisions
• Behavioural approaches to household finance
• Financial literacy and financial education programs
• Trust, subjective expectations, pessimism, and financial decisions
• International comparisons of household finances using micro-data
• Financial advice and legal protection of investors and borrowers 
• Financial innovation and household finances
• Households liquidity and risk management 
• Climate change, sustainability, and household finances 

Programme Committee: 
Sumit Agarwal (National University of Singapore), Steffen Andersen (National Bank of Denmark and CEPR), Martin Brown (Study Center Gerzensee, University of St Gallen, ZEW Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research), Laurent Calvet (Skema Business School and CEPR), Joao Cocco (London Business School and CEPR), Andreas Fuster (EPFL and CEPR), Francisco Gomes (London Business School and CEPR), Luigi Guiso (EIEF and CEPR), Michael Haliassos (Goethe University Frankfurt and CEPR), Tullio Jappelli (University of Naples Federico II, CSEF and CEPR), Matti Keloharju (Aalto University and CEPR), Camelia Kuhnen (University of North Carolina), Alex Michaelides (Imperial College London and CEPR), Giovanna Nicodano (University of Torino and CEPR), Monica Paiella (University of Naples Parthenope and CEPR), Jonathan Parker (MIT), Kim Peijnenburg (EDHEC and CEPR), Wenlan Qian (National University of Singapore), Paolo Sodini (Stockholm School of Economics, Swedish House of Finance and CEPR), Tarun Ramadorai (Imperial College London and CEPR), Raman Uppal (EDHEC and CEPR), Stephen Zeldes (Columbia University) and Jonathan Zinman (Dartmouth College). 

Local Organisers
Giovanna Nicodano (University of Torino and CEPR), Laurent Calvet (Skema Business School and CEPR) and Francisco Gomes (London Business School and CEPR) 

The deadline for submissions was 12:00pm (BST), Friday 30 June 2023.