ISINI's 7th International Congress 20-23 August 2003 - Lille, France Frontiers in Finance and Economics
ISINI is a society composed of scholars in economics, finance, and business from over 60 countries seeking to promote relevant research on current world problems (see: www.isini.org).

ISINI's 7th International Congress is hosted by the Lille Graduate School of Management (Group ESC Lille) and co-chaired by Professors Ephraim Clark and Pascal Grandin.

The objective of the conference is to bring together academics and scholars from all over the world to focus on timely economic and financial issues.

This congress will feature competitive sessions on theoretical, applied and analytical studies on a wide variety of subjects in Economics and Finance.


Topics include but are not limited to: Financial markets and instruments, securities pricing, emerging markets, sustainable development, 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, structural policies and economic adjustment, open economies issues, economic and financial globalization and integration, crisis and contagion effects, country and comparative studies, economic history, development, political economy, prospective studies, and transition economies and their problems.

Program Committee

Abdullah Nur Adiana Hiau, University Utara Malaysia
Bellalah Mondher, Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France
Boegenhold Dieter, University Saarland, Germany
Cabello Alejandra, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Cáceres Luis Rene, Interamerican Development Bank, United States
Caicedo Edinson, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Condis Fracisco, The Catholic University of Mojns. Belgique
Dropsy Vincent, California State University, Fullerton, United States
Drugus Liviu, Petre Andrei University, Rumania
Dunne Paul, University of West England, United Kingdom
Fatemi Khosrow, California State University, San Diego, Imperial Valley Campus
Fontaine Patrice, Université de Grenoble, France
Fuertes-Santos Ana Maria, City University, United Kingdom
Furuyama Eiji, Nihonbashi, Japan
Gadad Magid, University of Tripoli, Lybia
Grandin Pascal, Université de Créteil, France
Gray H. Peter, Rutgers University, United States
Groslambert Bertrand, Ceram, France
Gueyie Jean-Pierre, Université de Montréal à Québec, Canada
Hardy Thomas, Essex University, United Kingdom
Jokung Octave, Edhec, France
Kassimatis Konstaninos, University of Athens, Greece
Kim Kwan S., University of Notre Dame, United States
Lakshmi Geeta, Plymouth University, United Kingdom
Lavignolle Juan Carlos, Universidad de Moron, Argentina
Lee Cheng, Rutgers University, United States
Leen Auke, University of Leiden, The Netherlands
Lesourd Jean-Baptiste, Greqan, France
Litkei Julia, Faculty of Tessedik Samuel College, Hungary
Louvet Pascal, Université de Grenoble, France
Meijer Gerrit, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
Miffre Joelle, City University, United Kingdom
Moncarz Raul, Florida International University, United States
Mondello Gerard, Latapses, France
Muradoglu Gulnur, City University, United Kingdom
Ortiz Edgar, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Petrin Tea, Ministry of Finance, Slovenia
Prakash Arun, Florida International University
Quittard-Pinon Francois, Université de Lyon, France
Rahman Sayma, University of Western Sidney, Australia
Rawlings Glenville, Montclair Stare University, United States
Rees Kathleen, Lousiana State University, United States
Riha Tomas J.F., University of Queesland, Australia
Rousseau Patrick, IAE Aix-en-Provence, France
Spiros Spirou, University of Athens, Greece
Tunaru Radu, London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Wysokinska Zofia, University of Lodz, Poland

Call for Papers

Submission of Proposals and Deadlines

Proposals for both papers and full sessions are encouraged. Please submit by April 11, 2003 an electronic version in Word or Pdf format or three
copies of a completed or a nearly completed paper, including the affiliation, address, phone, and email of each author to:

Fannie Blas, Conference Coordinator
Group ESC Lille
Lille Graduate School of Management
Av. Willy Brandt
Tel: + 33 (0)3 20 21 59 23
Fax: + 33 (0)3 20 21 59 59
Email: isini@esc-lille.fr

Proposals for full sessions must include a designated chairperson, 3-4 papers and at least 2 discussants. They should include the theme and objectives of the session and a brief abstract of each paper. Authors of accepted papers will be notified within 4 weeks of the receipt of their proposals.
Event Details
  When   Between 20/08/2003 09:00 AM and 23/08/2003 05:00 PM
Where   Lille Graduate School of Management, Lille, France
Contact Details
  Name   Fannie Blas
E-mail   isini@esc-lille.fr
Phone   +33 (0)3 20 21 59 23


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