Housing and Credit Dynamics: Causes and Consequences

12th Annual Research Conference on "Housing and Credit Dynamics: Causes and Consequences"

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Time: 15-16 October 2009
Venue: De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam

Housing and credit markets play a pivotal role in the economy. Developments in these markets are important for supervisors, consumers and policy-makers. The recent financial and economic crisis highlights the need to increase their understanding of the driving forces and implications of developments in housing and credit markets.

De Nederlandsche Bank is organizing a research conference including sessions on housing markets, credit dynamics and the interaction between the two. The organizers solicit state of the art research, both theoretical and empirical. They especially welcome papers with clear implications for monetary policy, supervision or financial stability.

Topics of the Conference:

  • Financial innovations in mortgage markets
  • Transmission of credit shocks
  • Subprime lending
  • Housing and credit in DSGE models
  • Housing and the macro economy
  • Determinants of house prices or mortgage lending
  • House prices in monetary policy strategies
  • Lessons from the credit crisis, etc.


  • Matteo Iacoviello
    Boston College

  • Alexander Michaelides
    London School of Economics

  • John Muellbauer
    Nuffield College, Oxford

Call for Papers:

  • Submission deadline for papers: Friday,  29 May 2009
  • Acceptance notifications: Mid-June 2009
  • Deadline for final conference version of the paper: 25 September 2009
  • To submit your paper: DNB_ResearchConference@dnb.nl

For more info http://www.dnb.nl/...



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