International dimensions of inflation in a deglobalising world

Call for papers

About the workshop

Date: 18 May and 19 May 2023

Location: European University Institute, Florence (Italy)

The Bank of England, Centre for Macroeconomics, European University Institute and London School of Economics are jointly organising the second edition of their joint Workshop on International Macroeconomics and Finance on the afternoon of 18 May 2023, and the morning and afternoon of 19 May 2023.

The workshop will take place at the European University Institute, Florence (Italy), and will be held in person. Keynote speakers will be announced shortly.

We invite both theoretical and empirical contributions in all areas of international macroeconomics and finance, with a particular interest in submissions that fall under the following broad topics:

  • Drivers and consequences of high inflation for monetary and financial stabilisation
  • Role of exchange rates in macroeconomic adjustment in the face of deglobalisation
  • Debt vulnerabilities and tail risks amidst a global tightening of financial conditions, and the role of macroeconomic policy
  • Global effects of supply-side shocks, including commodities, energy and geopolitics
  • Implications of deglobalisation for dominant and international currencies
  • Financial-market segmentation and frictions in global financial intermediation
  • Implications of trade and financial fragmentation for the international transmission mechanism and optimal policy stabilisation
  • Modalities and functions of international policy coordination
  • The distributional consequences of global/foreign shocks


Please submit full papers via this form by 5 March 2023. Authors of selected papers will be contacted by 15 March 2023. Submitters are invited to specify whether they are willing to act as discussants.

Travel and accommodation costs will be covered for presenters not affiliated to central banks or other official institutions.


  • Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi (BoE)
  • Giancarlo Corsetti (EUI)
  • Simon Lloyd (BoE) 
  • Dmitry Mukhin (LSE) 

Call for papers

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