CALL FOR PAPERS

35TH EFA ANNUAL MEETING

27-30 August 2008

Athens, Greece

The European Finance Association will hold its 35th Annual Meeting in Athens (Vouliagmeni), Greece, August 27-30, 2008.

You are invited to submit papers to be considered for presentation at the EFA 2008 meetings. Papers from all areas of finance will be considered. All submitted papers will be double blind-refereed. They will also be evaluated for inclusion in the sessions by the assigned Track Chairs, designated by area of expertise. The chosen Track Chairs are scholars with substantial editorial and/or refereeing experience for top finance journals. They will play the role of "Editors" and assist the Program Chair in putting together the academic program of the meetings. The current setting aims to ensure a superior quality academic program in all areas of finance to be represented in the conference.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:

Submissions are now open and must be made through the following URL:

http://hq.ssrn.com/conference=EFA-2008-Athens

The deadline for paper submissions is March 4th 2008. As in previous years, there will be a one-day workshop for doctoral students on August 27th 2008.

The conference will also include a Symposium on Endowment and Philanthropic Institutions Asset Management. See:

http://www.efa2008.org/symposium.html

Professor Elroy Dimson will be the coordinator for the Symposium's academic program. All papers submitted to the conference will automatically be considered for the Symposium.

The Keynote Speaker of the 2008 EFA Annual Meeting is Professor Myron Scholes, 1997 Nobel Laureate in Economics.

I look forward to welcoming you to Greece in August 2008 for the 35th Annual Meeting of the European Finance Association. Please submit your best papers and come prepared for an intellectually challenging and culturally memorable event.

See you in Athens!

Maria Vassalou, PhD
Chair, EFA 2008
EFAChair2008@SSRN.com


Please check your personal profile in the EIASM online database:

http://www.eiasm.org

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