Date: 13th June 2023
Venue: Acropolis area, central Athens, Greece
Format: Face-to-face with parallel sessions.
Theme: Current topics in analyst research
The Centre for Financial Analysis and Reporting Research (CeFARR) at Bayes Business School, City, University of London and the Department of Accounting and Finance of the University of Cyprus invite paper submissions for their conference on current topics in sell-side and buy-side analyst research.
This one-day conference brings together academics and finance professionals to create a dynamic environment to facilitate knowledge exchange between academia and practice. The conference will feature academic presentations and presentations by industry professionals. Each academic paper presentation will have a discussant, and all presentations will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience. Past conferences details are available at https://www.bayes.city.ac.uk/faculties-and-research/centres/cefarr
Location: Acropolis area, central Athens, Greece. Venue TBC
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Please send your paper in pdf format to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Analyst research conference” by 30th March 2023. Only full-length papers in English will be considered. Submissions by early-career researchers, including doctoral students, are encouraged.
Submission deadline: 30th March 2023. Authors will be notified by mid-April.
Accepted papers will be published on the CeFARR website at: https://www.bayes.city.ac.uk/faculties-and-research/centres/cefarr/2023-analyst-conference
PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION: To register as a participant or presenter, please go to https://estore.city.ac.uk/product-catalogue/conference-events/school-specific-events/2023-analyst-conference . The registration fee is £300, which covers conference dinner at a rooftop restaurant with a view of Acropolis and conference materials. The conference fee also includes a welcoming buffet, luncheon and refreshment breaks.
Organizers: Prof Pawel Bilinski, Prof Irene Karamanou, Dr Efthimios Demirakos