21/06/2019

2019 Annual Conference in International Finance

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Founded in 2013 at Imperial College Business School, the Annual Conference in International Finance brings together some of the most innovative thinkers in financial economics. Held at a leading university every summer, the symposium attracts ground-breaking contemporary papers from around the world, to be proposed, critiqued, debated, and tested. The aim, according to its founder, Pasquale Della Corte, is “to foster research that informs both the practice and the policymaking” of finance.

Six outstanding research papers were selected for the prestigious 2019 Annual Conference in International Finance last week, held at Imperial College London’s Business School in conjunction with Fulcrum Asset Management.

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