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RFS Associate Editors

We thank the following Associate Editors, who have completed their terms: Jaroslav Borovicka, Laurent Fresard, Cary Frydman, Chotibhak Jotikasthira, Merit Sevilir, and Dacheng Xiu. And we welcome our incoming and renewing Associate Editors: Andreas Fuster (EPFL), Nicolas Crouzet (Northwestern University), Lu Han (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Francesco Franzoni (Università della Svizzera italiana), Kristoph Kleiner (Indiana University), Andrew Patton (Duke University), Kim Peijnenburg (EDHEC Business School), Lukas Schmid (University of Southern California),… Read More »RFS Associate Editors

Editorial Team Changes

We are very grateful to Itay Goldstein, who is retiring as Executive Editor. Itay has been an Editor with RFS since 2013, and Executive Editor since 2018. We thank him for his outstanding service to the RFS. And we are pleased to share that Andrey Malenko (Boston College) is joining the RFS team as an Editor. All changes effective July 1.

Call for Papers: IX Santiago Finance Workshop 2024

The School of Business and Economics of the University of Chile (with the support of the Central Bank of Chile) is proud to organize the 2024 edition of the Santiago Finance Workshop (SFW), which will take place in person on December 9–10, 2024, in Santiago, Chile. The University of Chile is one of the most prestigious universities in Latin America. The workshop will bring together academics and policymakers worldwide to… Read More »Call for Papers: IX Santiago Finance Workshop 2024

New RFS Issue 37(3)

The March issue of RFS has published! The Editor’s Choice paper is: “The Cost of Bank Regulatory Capital” by Matthew C Plosser and João A C Santos

RFS Forthcoming Papers

“The Bright Side of Political Uncertainty: The Case of R&D” by Julian Atanassov, Brandon Julio, and Tiecheng Leng “Computational Reproducibility in Finance: Evidence from 1,000 Tests” by Christophe Perignon, Olivier Akmansoy, Christophe Hurlin, Anna Dreber, Felix Holzmeister, Juergen Huber, Magnus Johannesson, Michael Kirchler, Albert J.  Menkveld, Michael Razen, and Utz Weitzel

New RFS Issue: 36(11)

The November issue of RFS has published! The Editor’s Choice paper is: “Financial Disruptions and the Organization of Innovation: Evidence from the Great Depression” by Tania Babina, Asaf Bernstein, and Filippo Mezzanotti

New RFS Issue: 36(10)

The October issue of RFS has published! The Editor’s Choice paper is: “Financing Competitors: Shadow Banks’ Funding and Mortgage Market Competition” by Erica Xuewei Jiang