Research & Conferences
Irving Fisher Committee Workshop in Warsaw
Combining micro and macro statistical data for financial stability analysis.
Experiences, opportunities and challenges.
Warsaw, 14-15 December 2015
Financial stability requires continuous monitoring of the processes occurring at the macro and micro level of the financial system. These levels interact with each other, highlighting the need for analysing their bidirectional relationships. This dual nature of financial stability is reflected in the recent financial regulations introduced at an international and national level. It challenges statistical systems that were addressing in a separate way the micro perspective of particular financial institutions and the macro point of view of regulators or central banks.
The conference is aimed at presenting theories and practical applications of statistical data and frameworks, trying to combine both the micro and macro aspect of financial stability analyses. Special attention will be paid to integrated solutions designed to analyse the interdependencies between these two dimensions of financial systems’ stability.
Submission of papers:
If you are interested in presenting a paper at the IFC-NBP Workshop, please submit an abstract of the proposed paper to the Irving Fisher Committee Secretariat by 30 September 2015 (e-mail: IFC.Secretariat@BIS.org) with a copy to Mr Marcin Lupinski, NBP Statistics Department (e-mail: Marcin.Lupinski@nbp.pl ). We would further request that the final paper and the presentation should be submitted latest by 15 November 2015. The presented papers and the workshop proceedings will be published in the IFC Bulletin. If you have any queries, please contact the IFC Secretariat.
We would highly appreciate it if you could confirm your participation together with any other participant from your institution latest by 30 September 2015. Please inform the IFC Secretariat the names and e-mail addresses of the prospective participants. The NBP will send the prospective participants an e-mail with a link to register for the meeting online. The link will be activated on 30 September and the participants should register latest by 31 October 2015.
We are looking forward to your participation and contribution.