FMCG 2017: Call for papers – submission details
The Financial Markets and Corporate Governance Conference (FMCG 2017) welcomes papers related to all aspects of Corporate Governance, Financial Reporting, Capital Markets, Market Microstructure, Corporate Finance, Investments and Funds Management, Emerging Markets, and related areas.
The theme for FMCG 2017 is Information and Capital Markets, and you are invited to submit papers for presentation at either the conference (20-21 April 2017 at Victoria Business School, Rutherford House, 23 Lambton Quay, Wellington) or the PhD symposium (19 April 2017 at Victoria Business School, Rutherford House, 23 Lambton Quay, Wellington).
When submitting your paper you may select an option for your paper to only be available privately, which enables only the conference coordinators/members of the program committee and SSRN staff to access your submission during the review and selection period.
Papers submitted as privately available will not be distributed as conference proceedings after the conference.
PhD symposium papers
The conference will be preceded by a PhD symposium on Wednesday, 19 April 2017.
The symposium will provide PhD students with the opportunity to present their proposal or a working paper and receive expert feedback on their academic work. Students may submit working papers in the same subject areas as covered by the conference.
Presentations will be selected on the basis of an abstract of the proposal or paper.
Submit your abstract, via email, by 22 January 2017 to the PhD Symposium Administrator.
Special conference issue - Pacific Basin Finance Journal
Pacific Basin Finance Journal will run a special conference issue, and all presenters at the conference are invited to consider submitting their papers for publication. Published by Elsevier, Pacific Basin Finance Journal provides a specialised forum for the publication of academic research on capital markets.
FMCG 2017 Awards
- Accounting Research Journal is offering an award of AU$1000 for the best paper presented at the conference or symposium by an emerging scholar.
- Pacific Basin Finance Journal is offering an award of AU$1,000 for the best paper presented at the conference or symposium that focuses on the Asian financial markets.
- Securities Research Centre of Asia-Pacific (SIRCA) is offering an award of AU$1000 for the best paper presented at the conference employing SIRCA data products.