Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Center for Housing & Policy
Georgia State University Department of Real Estate
Call for Papers
Housing Markets Conference
December 12–13, 2019, Atlanta, Georgia
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and the Georgia State University Department of Real Estate are hosting a two-day housing conference on December 12 – 13, 2019, at the Reserve Bank. The conference will be on housing markets broadly defined. Topics of specific interest include housing supply and demand, housing affordability, housing finance, access to mortgage credit, land use regulation, securitization, foreclosures and loss mitigation, as well as housing prices and housing wealth. The conference aims to bring together researchers and policymakers who work on these issues to explore recent advances in the field, to increase awareness of the subject and to influence policy making by regulators and central banks.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:
Completed papers or detailed abstracts may be submitted via email attachment to RealEstateCenter@atl.frb.org. PhD students should include the name of their thesis advisor in the email if they are submitting an incomplete paper. The submission deadline for papers and detailed abstracts is September 1, 2019. Acceptance for presentation will be communicated by October 15, 2019. The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta will pay normal flight and hotel expenses for one presenter and one discussant per selected paper (non-Federal Reserve employees only). Electronic copies of the conference papers will be made available on the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s Center for Housing & Policy website.
Please contact Jessica Dill, Director of the Center for Housing & Policy at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, at RealEstateCenter@atl.frb.org.
Neil Bhutta, Federal Reserve Board
James Conklin, University of Georgia
Chris Cunningham, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
W. Scott Frame, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Kristopher Gerardi, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Yale University
Gonzalo Maturana, Emory University
Paul Willen, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Vincent Yao, Georgia State University