CFP and Outstanding Paper Award – Updated Community Banking Research Conference 2023

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Call For Papers and Outstanding Paper Award – UPDATED
Community Banking Research Conference 2023

04 Oct 2023 – 05 Oct 2023, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri

The call for papers for the 2023 Community Banking Research Conference is now open through June 2. This year marks the 11th year of the conference, which is sponsored by the Federal Reserve, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS), and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC). The goal of the conference is to bring together leading academics, community bank executives, policymakers, and senior leadership from the Fed, CSBS and the FDIC. Past conference programs are available here: https://www.communitybanking.org/conferences

The conference will be hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis on Oct. 4-5, 2023. We are currently planning for a fully in-person conference.

The conference committee is interested in research that explores all topics related to community banking, and we especially welcome empirical and policy-oriented papers. Each paper selected for the conference will be considered for the John W. Ryan Award recognizing the paper making the most significant contribution to banking research. We invite papers or detailed abstracts that explore all aspects of community banking including, but not limited to:

NEW UPDATE: The 2023 Banking Crisis
– the effects of the 2023 bank failures, the resulting system-wide stress, and the associated policy response
– implications for the structure of the U.S. banking system
– interest rate risk, liquidity risk, deposit flows, and deposit insurance

The role of community banks in the U.S. financial system
– provision of financial services to households, small businesses, and small farms
– impact of community banks on local/state economic activity

Challenges and opportunities faced by community banks
– competition from large banks, credit unions, and nonbanks, including financial technology firms
– collaborations/partnerships with financial technology and crypto firms
– payments issues, including the effects of CBDC, stablecoins, and new payment technologies and trends
– responding to the effects of climate change
– keeping up with rapid technological advances
– operational risks

Advantages and disadvantages of the community bank business model
– bank consolidation
– benefits of local knowledge and strong relationships
– costs of operating at a small scale
– funding and liquidity

The effects of government policy on community banks
– quantifying regulatory and compliance costs
– intended and unintended effects of regulatory requirements
– antitrust policy and community banks
– the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated policy response on community banks

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Submissions should be submitted using the following link: https://frbstlspra.gov1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9ADcXtjmw2AMQke

FURTHER INFORMATION: If you have any questions or need assistance with the submission link, please email conference@communitybanking.org. The deadline to submit a detailed abstract or completed paper is by end of day on Friday, June 2, 2023. There is no paper submission fee. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by Friday, July 14, 2023.

 

 

 

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