EMERGING COUNTRIES   
82th International Conference
Programme - November 2003, 6 & 7
Toledo, SPAIN

Université Castilla La Mancha
Programme
(with abstracts)
Documents
(private access)
 

CONFERENCE ECONOMETRICS OF EMERGING COUNTRIES
PROGRAMME Friday, november, 07

last update : november 2003, 12

Friday November 07, 2003
 

08h30 Keynote Speeches 2 & 3

Ricardo HAUSMANN
John F. Kennedy School of Government

Harvard University

Ephraim CLARK,

Middlesex University Business School London

10h00 Break
10h30 Session 5:Capital Market

Chairperson : Alicia GARCIA HERRERO, Banco de España 

12h00 Lunch
Poster Session 2 : Trade and Financial Liberalisation, Capital Markets and Economic Growth

Chairperson : Jean Baptiste LESOURD, CNRS Greqam Marseille

 

13h30 Session 6: Private sector and firm economics

Chairperson : Guillermo LARRAIN, Banco BBVA 
15h00 Break
15h30 Session 7 : Global performances

Chairperson: Khalid SEKKAT, Université Libre de Bruxelles

17h30 Last drink

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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Thursday november 07

08h30 Keynote Speeches


Ephraim CLARK,
Middlesex University Business School London

"Modeling and Managing Sovereign Risk"

 

 

10h00 Break

 

10h30 Session 5: Capital Market
Chairperson
: Alicia GARCIA HERRERO, Banco de España

 

BERGANZA Juan Carlos (Banco de España), Chang Roberto (Rutgers University), García Herrero Alicia (Banco de España)
Balance Sheet Effects and the Country Risk Premium: an Empirical Investigation

 

 

FUSS Roland, University of Freiburg Allemagne
paper presented by Nicole Potthast
The Efficiency of Asian Emerging Stock Markets
in the Pre- and Post-Liberalization Period

 

PENTECOST Eric J., Loughborough University UK
Currency Substitution, Capital Flight and Dollarisation:
An Econometric Analysis of Bulgaria, 1992-97

 

 

12h00 Poster Session 2 and Lunch
Chairperson : Jean Baptiste LESOURD, EHESS

Trade and Financial Liberalisation, Capital Markets and Economic Growth

BILLI Andrea, Antolini F., University of Rome Italie
Financial Market Development and Economic Growth:
The Evidence of Transition Economies

 

 

CARDINALE Mirko , Imperial College Management School
Optimal portfolio allocations and funded pension systems: the case of Chile

 

CUADRO SAEZ Lucía, Peña J. Ignacio, Romo J. Juan, Banco de España
Detecting Abnormal Market Behavior Using Resampling Techniques

 

DESBORDES Rodolphe, Azémar Céline, Muchhielli Jean Louis, TEAM University of Paris I France
Institutional and Macroeconomic Uncertainty and the Fixed Investment Pattern of U.S. Multinational Companies in Developing Countries

 

JOB Isabelle, Crédit Agricole sa France
The Vices and Virtues of FDI

 

LAMANNA Francesca, Klasen Stephan, University of Munich Allemagne
The Impact of Gender Inequality in Education and Employment on Economic Growth in the Middle East and North Africa

 

LAUNOV Andrey, KLASEN Stephan, University of Munich
Analysis of the Determinants of Fertility Decline in the Czech Republic

 

MATA Mollejas Luis, Niño Díaz José Universidad Central de Vénézuela
El Preajuste Finaciero. Indicadores Empíricos.

 

MATHUR Somesh.K, Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University) Inde
Trade Liberalization and the Poor: A Framework for Poverty Reduction Policies With Special Reference to Some Asian Countries including India

 

 

PARISI Antonino, Universidad de Chile, Parisi Franco, Rice University, Edinson Cornejo S., MBA
Algoritmos Geneticos en la Prediccion de Indices Bursatiles Internacionales:
Nikkei, Ipc, Nasdaq y Dji

 

PUIBASSET Christelle, University of Aix-Marseille 2 France
Foreign Investors' Expectations and Thailand Premium :
An Econometric study in the 1990's

 

TUNARU Radu, Wu Tony, London Metropolitan University UK
Estimating and Forecasting Volatility with GARCH Models
for Chinese Equity Markets

 

VADAS Gabor, Magyar Nemzeti Bank Hongrie
Modelling housholds' Savings and Dwellings Investment –
a Portfolio Choice Approach

 

VARPALOTAI Viktor,Simon András, National Bank of Hungary Hongrie
Precaution, Optimal External Debt and Fully non-Ricardian Behavior
and their Application to International Macroeconomics

 

13h30 Session 6 : Private sector and firm economics
Chairperson : Guillermo LARRAIN, Banco BBVA

BELAID Hend, Paris II, Panthéon-Assas France
Telecommunication Infrastructure and Economic Development : Simultaneous Approach; Case of Developing countries

 

BERSTEIN Solange, Fuentes Rodrigo, Central Bank of Chile
From Policy Rate to Bank Lending Rates: The Chilean Banking Industry

 

DESBORDES Rodolphe, Azémar Céline, Muchhielli Jean Louis , TEAM University of Paris I France
Public Governance as a key of determinance of FDI.
A comparative analysis of sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia host countries.

 

FUENTES Rodrigo, Banque Centrale du Chili, Vergara Marcos, Universidad de Chile
Explaining Bank Efficiency: Bank Size or Ownership Structure?

 

PACZYNSKI Wojciech, Dortmund Universität
Exchange rate regimes and the real sector: a sectoral analysis of CEE countries

 

 

15h00 Break

15h30 Session 7 : Global Policy Economic
Chairperson : Khalid SEKKAT, Université Libre de Bruxelles

 

BRZOZA-BRZEZINA Michal, National Bank of Poland Pologne
The Information Content of the Natural Rate of Interest for Central Bankers

 

GABRIELLI Florencia, Rouillet María Josefina, Banco Central de la República Argentina
Argentine Growing unhappy? An Empirical Approach

 

Mac ADAM Peter, Leon Ledesma Miguel A., epartment of Economics, University of Kent Uk
Unemployment, Hysteresis and Transition

 

CHCLAREK CURUTCHET Alfredo, University of Lund (Sweden)
Fiscal Policy and Private Consumption in ndustrial and Developing Countries

 

 

17h30 Last Drink

 

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