The 39th Conference of the French Finance Association (AFFI) will be hosted at Kedge Business School, Bordeaux campus, France, June 5-7, 2023.
The conference begins with a Ph.D. workshop for doctoral students in the afternoon of June 5, 2023. The main conference will take place over two full days on the 6th and 7th of June, 2023.*
ATTENTION: Due to some submissions that did not get through on January 31st, the submission deadline is extended to February 3, 2023.
Scholars, practitioners and members of the French Finance Association are invited to submit and participate at the 39th edition of this international conference. We welcome the submission of both theoretical and empirical research in all topics in Finance. Papers are to be written in English. All submitted papers will receive a blind review. Authors of accepted papers will be expected to serve as chair of session and/or discussant of a paper according to the field(s) of the chair/discussant. Doctoral students are invited to submit their papers for the Ph.D. workshop.
The International AFFI Conference is one of the main European conferences in Finance. The event typically brings together scholars and experts in all fields of finance as well as colleagues from other disciplines specifically dealing with financial topics and issues. The Conference also welcomes practitioners, central bankers and policy makers interested in these topics. This event thus offers a forum and a unique opportunity for all participants to interact and discuss the latest advances in international academic research in Finance on European ground.
Main Conference: June 6-7, 2023
PhD Workshop: June 5, 2023
Prizes for best conference papers (in several categories) as well as two AFFI prizes for "Best Ph.D. Dissertation" and a prize for best article published in the AFFI journal Finance will be awarded during the Conference.
We look forward to seeing you all in Bordeaux!
For the organizational committee,
Christophe Faugère and Hubert Tchakouté (conference co-chairs)
*Note: We are currently planning to hold the conference entirely as a live event. However, the format may change to a virtual conference, if national health and safety conditions warrant it.