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Call for papers: 2011 Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Policy Summit
Original message from: Matthew.Klesta@clev.frb.org
2011 Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Policy Summit: A Conference on
Housing, Human Capital, and Inequality
The Community Development and Research Departments of the Federal Reserve
Bank of Cleveland invite paper submissions for its 2011 annual Policy
Summit, to be held June 9-10, 2011, at the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel.
The policy summit will focus on housing, inequality, neighborhoods, and
labor market issues, with special consideration given to research related
to the foreclosure crisis. Topics of particular interest include labor
mobility and housing lock-in, wealth and income inequality, housing and
human capital formation, labor and housing issues in industrial cities,
neighborhood effects, and neighborhood formation. Policy-related research
and submissions related to housing and labor markets in the Federal
Reserve’s Fourth District and the Great Lakes region are encouraged.
The Cleveland Fed’s annual Policy Summit draws an audience of several
hundred researchers, practitioners, policymakers, funders, elected and
legislative officials, and bankers from across the Great Lakes region.
Travel and accommodation expenses per Federal Reserve guidelines will be
covered for presenters.
The deadline for submissions is February 1, 2011. Please submit an
abstract or draft of your research paper to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference papers will be due on May 1, 2011. Questions about the call for
papers or the policy summit can be directed to Tim Dunne at
email@example.com or Francisca G.-C. Richter at
Registration and hotel specifics will be available in January at