Paper submission

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Paper submission

The program committee invites submissions from academic, government and business economists in any area of monetary, macro and financial economics. Interested authors are advised to submit their unpublished manuscripts via the Conference Maker system by 13 May 2016.

Notification of acceptance will be given by 13 June 2016.

PhD student sessions and Best Paper Awards

We also encourage and welcome submissions from PhD students who will present in our parallel PhD student sessions where senior faculties will be invited to attend and comment on each presentation to provide instant feedback.  PhD students also enjoy reduced fees for registration.  In this year, we will also have Best Paper Awards for selected papers presented by PhD students and prizes will be given in the conference dinner on 8 September.  Any PhD students wishing to contribute to these sessions are advised to indicate this by stating ‘For PhD sessions presentation’ in ‘Submitter’s Comments’ in the paper submission form on the Conference Maker system.

This year the South-West Doctoral Training Center (SWDTC) is sponsoring a special session for PhD students from Bath, Bristol and Exeter. Any PhD students from these three Universities (Bath, Bristol and Exeter) wishing to contribute to this SWDTC special session are advised to indicate this by stating ‘For the SWDTC PhD session presentation’ in ‘Submitter’s Comments’ in the paper submission form on the Conference Maker system.

Special Supplement Issue of the Manchester School

The Manchester School will be publishing a selection of papers presented at the Conference in a Special Supplement Issue as in previous years.  If you are interested in submitting your paper to the Special Issue for consideration, you are advised to submit your manuscript (elecronically) here by Monday 3 October 2016.

Please note that your manuscript should be no longer than 30 pages (A4 – double spaced).  When submitting, please also mark your submission as “MMF Special Issue”.  

Past volumes of the Special Supplementary Issue can be found here.