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Call for papers: Journal of Financial Stability
The Journal of Financial Stability will publish a special issue on climate risks and financial stability. This special issue aims to publish original contributions that shed new light on the sources and the impact of climate-related financial risks, and analyse possible financial policies and financial instruments aiming at mitigating these risks. Guest editors are Professor Dr Stefano Battiston (University of Zurich); Dr Yannis Dafermos (UWE Bristol); and Dr Irene Monasterolo (Vienna University of Economics and Business).
The deadline for submission of papers is Friday 15 February 2019. Find out more about the submission process.
8 February: Dr Artjoms Ivlevs presented yesterday at the conference “Is there a future for trade unions?” convened by World Organization of Workers. Artjoms talked about trade unions in Central and Eastern Europe and how they helped protect jobs during the global economic crisis.
1 February: Dr Danielle Guizzo Archela, an associate researcher of Autonomy, has launched a policy report on a shorter working week entitled The shorter working week: A radical and pragmatic proposal. Autonomy is an independent, progressive think tank with one focus: work.
14 January: Professor Daniela Gabor, Dr Jo Michell and Dr Yannis Dafermos are working on an ESRC-funded project, Managing Supercycles: Globalisation and Institutional Change.
13 December: Dr Susan Newman is presenting at a workshop at Girton College (University of Cambridge) today: How to Conceptualise Financialisation in Developing and Emerging Economies? Manifestations, Drivers and Implications.
11 December: Dr Rob Calvert
Jump has published a new paper with Paul Levine:
Behavioural New Keynesian models.
6-7 December: Dr Susan Newman and Sudeep Jain (PhD student) are each presenting their research at the Futures of Finance and Society conference at the University of Edinburgh.
5 December: Dr Artjoms Ivlevs is presenting a paper about the effects of tourism on attitudes towards immigration (co-authored with Dr Ian Smith from BCEF) at the UCL’s Centre for Comparative Studies of Emerging Economies.
27 November: Dr Susan Newman is speaking at the Centre for African Studies seminar series at the University of Edinburgh tomorrow. Susan will be presenting her paper, New patterns in capital flight from South Africa.
25 November: Dr Sara Stevano was written a blog on social reproduction and women's work for The Journal of Agrarian Change: Social reproduction and women’s work in the Global South.
15 November: Dr Susan Newman is speaking at the seminar of the Centre on Labour and Global Production at Queen Mary University in London today.
8 November: Dr Jo Michell is chairing a panel of economists at the Bristol Festival of Ideas Schools Day today.
7 November: In the run up to this week’s Festival of Economics events, UWE Bristol's Economics students have been working on briefs for the official events.
24 October: The BCEF are hosting a workshop on "The Causes and Consequences of Trust and Bribery in Society" on 1 March 2019. We welcome works from all the social sciences. More information on abstract applications.
22 October: Dr Peter Bradley has published a new paper in the Journal of Cleaner Production, “Integrating sustainable development into economics curriculum: A case study analysis and sector wide survey of barriers”. View the article.
18 October: Dr Artjoms Ivlevs is presenting on the long-term consequences of forced displacement on people's labour-market, health and education outcomes at the IDMC’s 20th anniversary of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement Conference on internal displacement and sustainable development in Geneva.
16 October: Professor Felix Ritchie is attending the CESS 2018 (Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders) in Bamberg, Germany, on 18–19 October 2018, where he will be presenting his paper “Evidence-based, default-open, risk-managed, user-centred data access.
5 October: Dr Peter Bradley will be hosting a one day interdisciplinary conference on the topic “pro-environmental employee and consumer behaviour” on 29 April 2019.
27 September: We look forward to welcoming Steven Bosworth from University of Reading today for our first BCEF research seminar of the year, "Organizational Ethics, Narratives and Social Dysfunctions."
24 August: Dr Artjoms Ivlevs has recently published a new paper in the Journal of Population Economics with Milena Nikolova and Carol Graham on the links between emigration and subjective well-being (evaluation of best possible life, happiness, stress, depression) of those staying behind: “Emigration, remittances, and the subjective well-being of those staying behind”.
21 August: Dr Peter Bradley has published a book chapter entitled "The Role of Social Norms in Incentivising Energy Reduction in Organisations" in the “Research Handbook on Employee Pro-environmental Behaviour”.
20 August: Dr Sebastian Berger has published a book review in the Heterodox Economics Newsletter, “Cents and Sensibility- What Economics Can Learn from the Humanities”.