22-25 March 2017
We invite you to join us in Berlin, Germany in Spring of 2017 for our 83rd International Atlantic Economic Conference. Economists from around the world will assemble in Berlin to discuss the challenges of tomorrow, gain valuable feedback on their work, and network with potiential new collaborators.
Exchange Rate, Capital Flow, and Output: Developed versus Developing Economies, Gil Kim, California State University, Fresno, Lian An, University of North Florida, and Yoonbai Kim, University of Kentucky.
Responding to Capital Flows in a Very Small Economy, Gylfi Zoega, University of Iceland.
The Current Account Version of the Triffin Dilemma, Michael Bordo, Rutgers University, and Robert McCauley, Bank for International Settlements.
The Effect of Regulatory and Risk Management Advancement on Non-Performing Loans in European Banking, 2000–2011
Didar Erdinç and Andrey Gurov, American University in Bulgaria
Growth and Income Distributions in Four EU Economies, Keshab Bhattarai, University of Hull
A special congratulations to the other finalists:
The winner received a prize of $500 and the opportunity to publish his full paper in the Atlantic Economic Journal. All finalists will receive a prize of $100, the opportunity to publish a 800 word summary of their work, and a commemorative plaque. For submission instructions for the 2017 competition follow the link….HERE