The Leibniz Institute SAFE organizes and cordially invites you to submit a paper to the
8th Household Finance Workshop
to be held on 11-12 July 2024
at Dolce Hotel & Resort, Bad Nauheim (Elvis-Presley-Platz 1, 61231 Bad Nauheim)
Please send the paper to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 30 March 2024
The idea of the workshop is to strengthen our community and to provide a platform to discuss ongoing research in the area.
The keynote speach will be given by Marina Niessner, Indiana University
We encourage submissions from junior researchers. The majority of slots on the program will be given to untenured scholars. Papers that are at an early stage (but completed) will receive priority. Please do not submit a paper that has been accepted or close to being accepted for publication in a journal.
Best Paper by Young Researchers (€2,000) sponsored by the Behavioral Finance e.V.
For the first time, the Behavioural Finance Association will award the best paper accepted for the workshop submitted by a young researcher. The winning paper will be selected by the program committee. A 'young researcher' is defined as either a PhD student, or a scholar or professor who has completed their doctoral degree no more than five years prior to the workshop.
The 2-day long workshop will be held from 11 July to 12 July, 2024 at Dolce Hotel & Resort, Bad Neuheim.
Given that the nature of this workshop is to strengthen the network, we do not plan to hold this conference in a virtual or hybird format.
Paper submission and deadline:
Every participant is asked to present a paper and hold a discussion.
Please note that the capacity is limited. The deadline for submissions is 18:00 (GMT), Sunday, 30 March 2024. Please send the paper you want to submit to email@example.com. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by the end of May 2024.
The conference fee is 100 euros. PhD students do not have to pay any conference fee. Additional funding for attendees’ lodging and meals will be provided by SAFE.
Please feel free to distribute the call for papers among colleagues who may be interested.
Tobias Berg, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Marieke Bos, Stockholm School of Economics & VU Amsterdam
Kim Fe Cramer, London School of Economics and Political Science
Andrej Gill, University of Mainz
Katrin Gödker, Bocconi University
Zwetelina Illiewa, University of Bonn
Arna Olaffsson, Copenhagen Business School
Cameron Peng, London School of Economics
Stephan Siegel, University of Washington
Oscar Stolper, University of Marburg
Michael Ungeheuer, Aalto University
Johannes Wohlfart, University of Copenhagen
Stefan Zeisberger, Radboud University, Nijmegen & University of Zurich