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This page provides information regarding the main Paul Woolley Centre News, including the publication of discussion papers, the dates of Centre conferences, any major report publications and other activities / announcements.

  • 8th Annual Paul Woolley Centre Conference - Call for papers
    The 8th annual Conference of the Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality will be taking place at the London School of Economics on Thursday-Friday, 4-5 June 2015. Submissions in topics related to the centre’s agenda are welcome. Deadline for submission: 15 March 2015.
  • First BIS research network meeting
    On 9-10 September the Paul Woolley Centre jointly organised the first BIS research network meeting on banking and asset management.  Held in Basel, the event was attended by researchers from academia and central banks. The theme was banking and asset management, and it explored the interaction between capital and liquidity regulation, the channel of adjustment of bank capital to the new Basel III environment; leverage ratio pro-cyclicality, asset management flows and equilibrium prices.
  • Prof Vayanos elected to the British AcademyWe are delighted to announce that Professor Dimitri Vayanos (Director of the Paul Woolley Centre and Professor of Finance, LSE) has been elected a Fellow of the British Academy. Each year, the British Academy |elects into its Fellowship UK-based scholars who are highly distinguished academics and who are recognised for their outstanding research and work across the humanities and social sciences. Prof Vayanos is one of only 42 new Fellows elected this year, 4 of whom are from LSE.
  • Paul Woolley's Speech at St James Palace [pdf]
    Paul Woolley gave the following speech at the Prince of Wales' Charities Event "Resilience and the Long Term: Rethinking Portfolio Strategy" for UK pension fund executives and trustees at St James's Palace, 27 June 2013

 


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