The Central Bank Workshop on Microstructure of Financial Markets
The Central Bank Workshop on the Microstructure of Financial Markets, first held by Norges Bank in 2005, brings together researchers, practitioners and policy makers to present and discuss recent research on the microstructure of financial markets.
The workshop has a tradition for a broad approach to microstructure, examplified by (a) capturing general research on frictions in financial markets; (b) adressing the needs of academics, policy-makers and practioners alike; (c) covering all financial markets, like equity, bonds, foreign exchange, money markets, derivatives, commodities, etc; and (d) maintaining a blend of theoretical and empirically oriented papers.
The 2019 workshop will be held in Stockholm by Sveriges Riksbank. November 7-8, 2019.
Professor Ingrid Werner will give a keynote lecture.
2020: Swiss National Bank, Zurich, Switzerland. November 5-6, 2020.
- Hong Kong Monetary Authority, November 2018
- Bank of England, October 2017
- Banque de France, September 2016
- Central Bank of Ireland, October 2015
- EINAUDI Institute (EIEF), October 2014
- European Central Bank, September 2013
- Bank of Canada, October 2012
- University in Stavanger in cooperation with Norges Bank, August 2011
- New York FED in cooperation with Brandeis Business School, October 2010
- Swiss National Bank, October 2009
- Bank of International Settlements/Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research, Hong Kong, September 2008
- Bank of Hungary, Budapest, September 2007
- Bank of Canada/Norges Bank, Ottawa, October 2006
- Norges Bank/BI, Oslo, September 2005
- Alessandro Beber (Cass Business School)
- Giovanni Cespa (Cass Business School)
- Andrew Ellul (Indiana University)
- Martin Evans (Georgetown U)
- Michael Fleming (Fed New York)
- Thierry Foucalt (HEC Paris)
- Ingrid Lo (Chinese University of Hong Kong, Bank of Canada)
- Michael Moore (Warwick Business School)
- Bernt Arne Odegaard (U of Stavanger)
- Carol Osler (Brandeis U)
- Marco Pagano (EIEF, University of Naples Federico II)
- Christine Parlour (UC Berkeley)
- Dagfinn Rime (BI Norwegian Business School)
- Norman Schuerhoff (HEC Lausanne and Swiss Finance Institute)
- Giorgio Valente (Hong Kong Monetary Authority)
- Clara Vega (Federal Reserve System)