12th BMRC Conference on Macro and Financial Economics/Econometrics, 23rd-24th of May 2016

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The Brunel Macroeconomics Research Centre (and the Centre of Empirical Finance) organize a two days conference on Macro and Financial Economics/Econometrics on Monday and Tuesday 23rd and 24th of May, 2016 at Brunel University, London (UK). The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners from a variety of fields and countries, to discuss and exchange ideas.
For the provisional conference programme on the 23rd of May please download the files below:
For the provisional conference programme on the 24th of May please download the file below:
Richard Baillie (Queen Mary, UK; Michigan State University, USA)  
Giovanni Baroni-Adesi (Swiss Finance Institute, Switzerland)
Christoph Gortz (University of Birmingham, UK)
Jakob de Haan (De Nederlandschebank Bank, Netherlands)
George Kapetanios (King’s College London, UK) Presentation_George_Kapetanios
Ioannis Karavias (University of Birmingham)
Panagiotis Konstantinou (Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece)
Panagiotis Koutroumpis (Queen Mary University, UK)
Pei Kuang (University of Birmingham, UK)
Helmut Lütkepohl (DIW Berlin, Germany)
Corrado Macchiarelli (Brunel University London, UK)
Kaushik Mitra (University of Birmingham, UK)
Claudio Morana (University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy)
Richard Payne (CASS Business School, UK)
Kevin Sheppard (University of Oxford,UK)
Michalis Stamatogiannis (University of Liverpool, UK)
Yongdeng Xu (University of Cardiff, UK)
Brunel Macroeconomics Research Centre (Director Menelaos Karanasos)
Centre for Empirical Finance (Director Guglielmo-Maria Caporale)
Rooms are available on campus: in the Lancaster Hotel and Spa more suitable for delegates sharing or travelling with family. All rooms are modern rooms with en-suite bathrooms. 
These rooms can be booked by email (lancaster-suite@brunel.ac.uk) or alternatively call 01895 268006.
All prices include VAT. Generally bookings are made by delegates using credit cards but special arrangements can be made for invoicing organisations and companies but not individuals.
All rooms in the Lancaster Suite are on campus and in easy walking distance of the Gaskell Building where the conference is being held.
 Delegates who would prefer to stay in a local hotel can try the following, but should book directly:
More information about the University’s location and transport connections can be found here.  To download Brunel Campus map please click here.
Videos from last year’s conference:

The talks by Professor Richard Baillie, Professor Anders Rahbek and Professor Andrew Harvey.

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