On the 21st and 22nd of October 2013, the European Banking Center at Tilburg University will organise its 5th Financial Stability Conference jointly with CEPR.
The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers working on financial stability-related issues. High quality papers of both a theoretical and empirical nature on macro- and microeconomic aspects of financial stability will be presented and discussed.
This high-level, policy-oriented event was organised jointly by London Business School, the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and CEPREMAP.
Speakers and participants included academic economists, lawyers, staff of international institutions and those involved in sovereign debt markets. The meeting comprised four sessions:
1. Cyprus, Greece and implications
2. Eurozone Countries at risk (then and now)
3. Argentina and pari passu
4. Debt restructuring regimes
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