The first Financial Economics MeetingPost-Crisis Challenges (FEM-2019), jointly organized by the Mediterranean Association of Economics and Finance (AMEF) and the University of Montpellier, will take place on 21-22 December 2019 at the Novotel Hotel in Tunis (Tunisia). 

In the last twenty years, several turmoil periods (net bubble, subprime crisis, sovereign debt, etc.)  have shaped financial and economic system. Many regulatory policies have been introduced, such as Basle 3 to overcome more crises and scandals. In addition, monetary policy has experienced the transition from conventional to unconventional frameworks in both industrial and emerging economies. For instance, turning to hedging and diversification of portfolios, commodities markets have attracted an increasing interest. More recently, new forms of money have been introduced, such as virtual money (Bitcoin, among others), leading to a new form of a bubble that might affect financial markets. These changes have influenced governance features in both macro and micro levels. Therefore, the calls for more ethical and sustainable standards in finance and economic spheres have been growing since 2007.

The current call for papers invites authors to submit proposals mobilizing different approaches to analyze the macro and micro effects of these changes on the financial and economic system. We cordially invite academics, practitioners, and policymakers who address these issues to submit papers no later than15 August 2019.  



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Program co-chairs

Dr. Zied Ftiti (co-chair), EDC Paris Business School, Paris (France).

Dr. Ouidad Yousfi (co-chair), University of Montpellier, Montpelier (France). 

Important deadlines

Submission deadline

15 August 2019

Notification for review results

15 September 2019

 Registration deadline

30 October 2019 

Conference event

21-22 December 2019


Novotel hotel

Avenue Mohamed V, 

1002 Tunis, Tunisia. 





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