Weekly Announcements – September 21, 2009

Here are the latest announcements from SSRN:

University of Virginia School of Law Rejoins LSN Law & Economics RPS and Public Law & Legal Theory RPS

We are pleased to announce the University of Virginia School of Law is reinstating its Law & Economics Research Paper Series and Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series within the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN).

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW, LAW & ECONOMICS RESEARCH PAPER SERIES

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Editor: Richard M. Hynes, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of
Law

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW, PUBLIC LAW & LEGAL THEORY RESEARCH PAPER SERIES

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Editor: M. Elizabeth Magill, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of
Law

Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants. Virginia’s Law & Economics Research Paper Series and Public Law & Legal Theory Research Paper Series feature the interdisciplinary scholarship of the School of Law’s faculty and are accessible on-line and through e-mail distribution. (View full announcement)

Frontiers in Finance & Economics Joins FEN Partners in Publishing

We are pleased to announce Frontiers in Finance & Economics has joined our Partners in Publishing within the Financial Economics Network (FEN).

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Frontiers in Finance & Economics is a refereed journal that publishes original, empirical, theoretical, and methodological articles.

It aims at developing the knowledge and practice of finance and economics, fostering top research in these areas and sharing ideas among scholars and practitioners.

Research contributions include, but are not limited to, topics on: financial markets and institutions, securities pricing, financial engineering, emerging markets, international capital flows, country/political risk, foreign direct and portfolio investment, corporate governance, credit risk, monetary policy and investment theory, financial liberalization and innovation, sovereign debt issues, international trade, structural policies and economic adjustment, open economics issues, economic and financial globalization and integration, crisis and contagion effects, sustainable development, country and comparative studies, economic history, development, political economy, prospective studies and transition economies and their problems. (View full announcement)

Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Quarterly Review Joins ERN Research Paper Series

We are pleased to announce that the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Quarterly Review has started a Research Paper Series within the Economics Research Network (ERN).

Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Quarterly Review

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The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Quarterly Review disseminates the Bank for International Settlement’s research on financial markets and macroeconomics. Articles tend to be more topical than academic papers, are less technical and focus on topics that are of interest to central banks. The overview chapter analyses recent developments; another chapter reviews the highlights of the recent releases of the BIS’ statistics on banking, securities and derivatives markets. Recent special features have focused on measures to reopen securitisation markets, on methods to estimate the contributions to systemic risk of individual banks, on the cost of capital of banks and on setting up central counterparties in OTC derivatives markets. The annex to the Quarterly Review includes data from the international financial statistics on financial institutions operating across borders; various financial markets in different jurisdictions; a growing range of financial instruments; and lenders, depositors, investors and borrowers transacting in different currencies. (View full announcement)

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