13-14 October 2014 Savannah, GA
1. The Implicit Funding Advantage for Large Banks, Deniz Anginer, Jonathan Pogach, Joao Santos
2. Dealing With Financial Distress at Large/Complex Financial Institutions, Zhenyu Wang, Jeremy Bulow, Jamie McAndrews
3. Economies of Scale and Their Implications for the viability of Large Financial Firms, John Boyd, Lev Ratnovski, Anna Kovner
4. PLENARY PANEL: Developments to Make Financial Institutions more resolvable , Chaired by Dick Herring
Austrian Economics Today, Reinhard Neck, University of Klagenfurt
Hayek, Leoni, and Law as the Fifth Factor of Production Peter Boettke and Rosolino Candela, George Mason University
U.S.-China Economic and Political Relations: Youths’ Perceptions, Anna Shostya and Joseph Morreale, Pace University
Market Power and Welfare in Electricity Markets Employing Tradable Green Certificate Systems, Kevin Currier and Yanming Sun, Oklahoma State
Announcing four finalists!
Levi Boxell, Taylor University, Indiana, USA.
Michael Murphy O’Reilly, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom.
Mayia Samuilik, Lazarski University, Poland.
Christo Tarazi, Hartwick College, New York, USA.
The 2014 winner will be announced at the 78th International Atlantic Economic Conference in Savannah, Georgia on 13 October 2014!
Pictured:Dr. Gary Clayton and 2013 Best Undergraduate Paper Award winner, Boris Georgiev