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Call for Papers: 2017 Green Finance Conference

By 24th October 2016 No Comments


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*this event is being co-organised by the Young Academy of Scotland, and YAS member Professor Wenxuan Hou (University of Edinburgh Business School) is a member of the organising committee.

The Shanghai Institute of International Finance Center (SIIFC) at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, the Review of Finance and the University of Edinburgh Business School are organizing the Shanghai Green Finance Conference in 2017. The objective is to present top quality theoretical and empirical academic research on green finance. There is no registration fee for speakers. The conference also includes a forum which brings together key policy makers and top professionals.

The committee welcome studies that provide cutting-edge insights into current research work. Specific topics and research questions can include, but are not limited to the interplay between green finance and asset management, banking, fintech, entrepreneurship, economic growth, business ethics, capital markets, corporate governance, the carbon emissions reduction project, derivatives of energy and carbon markets, and other related topics on green and carbon finance.

Submission Deadline: 1 March 2017

For instructions on submitting papers, and more information about the conference, please see the official call for papers, and visit the conference website.

the review of financeThe Review of Finance

The Review of Finance is a peer-reviewed journal that competes for the best articles in the field of finance and aims at a wide circulation and visibility in the profession. The journal’s editorial policy is guided by two criteria: quality and innovation. Based on the discretion of the editor, a small number of submitted papers will be invited to be submitted to Review of Finance. The submission fee will be waived but all invited papers will be subject to the standard refereeing and editorial process of the journal. Papers accepted to the conference are not automatically invited.