LE CENTRE D’ETUDES MONETAIRES ET FINANCIERES
AND
THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY INSTITUTE (IEPI)

In collaboration with

ADEK (Association pour le Développement des Etudes Keynésiennes)
Present their
FOURTH BI-ANNUAL CONFERENCE

“THE FINANCIAL AND MONETARY CRISIS:
Rethinking Economic Policies and Redefining the architecture and
governance of international finance”
DECEMBER 10-12, 2009
Université de Bourgogne, Laboratoire Economie Gestion (Dijon,
France)
Deadline for Proposals : July 30th, 2009
Decision from the Committee: August 30th, 2009
Deadline for sending papers: November 15th, 2009
Organised by
Claude Gnos (Université de Bourgogne et Cemf-LEG, Dijon)
Louis-Philippe Rochon (Laurentian University and IEPI, Canada)

The financial crisis has had considerable impact on our economies. In dealing with the fallout of the
crisis, central banks and governments around the world have intervened at unprecedented levels – in
fact at levels which only months ago were considered untenable. This crisis forces us to reconsider the
role of various agents, the need to scrutinize national and international finance, the need to better
manage the possibility of liquidity constraints, the rating agencies, the need to limit the proliferation of
financial derivatives, and the need for better transparency and accountability with respect to financial
operations. More importantly, however, it has brought back the role of the State in discussions over
economic policy.
We encourage papers relating to conference’s general topic,
and more specifically, although not exclusively, on the following themes :
-History of the crisis, comparisons with past crises
– Financialisation
– Nature and efficiency of central bank operations
– Role of the State
– How can we foresee future crises
– Fiscal and monetary policy
For more information or to send proposals; please send to Louis-Philippe Rochon, Associate
Professor, Laurentian University, at Lprochon2003@Yahoo.com or Lprochon@Laurentian.ca
Or to Claude Gnos, Université de Bourgogne, Cemf-LEG, Dijon, claude.gnos@u-bourgogne.fr
Scientific Committee:
Angel Asensio (Université de Paris XIII, France), Claude Gnos (Université de Bourgogne, Cemf-LEG,
Dijon), Eckhard Hein (Berlin), Jesper Jespersen (Roskilde University, Denmark), Dany Lang
(Université de Paris XIII, France), Edwin Le Heron (IEP Bordeaux), Noémi Levy (UNAM, Mexique),
Alain Parguez (Université de Besançon), Jean-François Ponsot (Université de Grenoble II), Louis-
Philippe Rochon (Laurentian University, Canada), Mario Seccareccia (University of Ottawa), Sergio
Rossi (University of Fribourg, Suisse
 

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