International Conference on

Banking, Real Estate and Financial Crises:

Hong Kong, China and the World

Jointly Organized by

 Department of Economics and Finance, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Sustainable Real Estate Research Centre

Business, Economic and Public Policy Research Centre

on

17 January 2015 (Sat.)

Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Braemar Hill Road, North Point, Hong Kong

Conference Programme

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樹仁簡訊

There is an inseparable relationship between banking, real estate and financial crises in our societies. For example, caution in real estate lending affects banks’ performance during the financial crisis. The subprime financial crisis took place mainly because of the lower quality subprime mortgages. It is, therefore, of high time to study the three areas. The Banking, Real Estate and Financial Crises Conference will be held at Hong Kong Shue Yan University on 17 January 2015. We are now seeking submission of abstracts on banking, real estate and financial crises. The conference is multidisciplinary in nature. It offers opportunity for scholars and policy makers to exchange ideas. Topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas:

Ÿ   Banking and real estate market

Ÿ   Banking and financial crises

Ÿ   Sustainable domestic and non-domestic buildings

Ÿ   Real estate market and financial crises

Ÿ   Sustainable real estate development and Green finance

Ÿ   Banking, mortgage and macroeconomics

 

About Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Languages

The language of the conference is English. Special Chinese sessions can be arranged.

Chance for publication

Selected papers from the conference will be edited into a volume and published by international publishing house or a special issue of a journal.

Important dates

Deadline for abstracts: 15 Sep 2014

Notification of acceptance: 30 Sep 2014

Conference: 17 January, 2015

 

Submission procedure

 

Please send all abstracts and full papers before the deadline to: econ2015@hksyu.edu

More information about the paper-guidelines can be found in http://fs3.hksyu.edu/~econ2015.  The use of the provided guidelines is mandatory for inclusion in the book chapter publication. There will be no registration fee but participants have to secure their own travelling and accommodation expenses.

 

We are looking forward to seeing you at the conference. Should you have any enquiries, please send an email to: econ2015@hksyu.edu

 

Organizing committee

 

Yuen, Wai Kee, Thomas (Dr.)

Associate Head and Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Lee, Shu Kam (Dr.)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Li, Yi Man, Rita (Dr.)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Shen, Na, Nell (Dr.)

Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Tang Chi Ho, Edward (Dr.)

Lecturer, Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Hon, Tai Yuen (Dr.)

Full-time Academic Assistant cum Part-time Lecturer,

Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

 

Advisory board

 

Hu, Yao Su (Prof.)

Professor and Academic Vice President,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

Li, Si Ming (Prof.)

Chair Professor in Geography,

Director of the David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies,

Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Ma, Yue (Prof.)

Chair Professor of Finance, Department of Economics and Finance,

City University of Hong Kong

 

Fung, Kwun Wing Joseph (Prof.)

Professor, Department of Finance and Decision Sciences,

Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Chan, Hing Lin (Dr.)

Associate Professor, Department of Economics,

Hong Kong Baptist University

 

Chan, Po Ming Daniel (Dr.)

Director

Brilliant & Bright Investment Consultancy Limited

 

Yu, Fu Lai Tony (Prof.)

Head and Professor, Department of Economics and Finance,

Hong Kong Shue Yan University

 

 

Publication of conference proceedings:

 

All papers presented in the conference will be compiled into conference proceedings in the form of hard copy and/or publishing online in http://fs3.hksyu.edu/~econ2015. Selected papers will be edited into a volume and published by international publishing house or a special issue of a journal.

 

Paper formats

 

English manuscripts should be double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font with consecutively numbered pages. Page numbers should be continued through the manuscript, including for pages of references, appendixes, tables, and figures. Allow margins of one inch on all four sides of every page.

 

The Abstract should include title of the paper, the authors’ names, affiliations, and phone numbers. The abstract, which composes of up to 250 words, must clearly and succinctly present the manuscript’s subject matter, significance and contribution.

 

Submitted manuscripts should be no more than 30 double-spaced pages excluding references, appendixes, tables, and figures. The manuscript’s main body should include title, abstract, and the text of the manuscript, followed by references, appendixes, tables, and figures. The first page of the main body should include the title in boldface capital-and-lower-case letters followed by an abstract of no more than 250 words. Major or first-level headings should appear in boldface capital letters throughout the manuscript with four to six major headings for most manuscripts. Most manuscripts begin with an ABSTRACT major heading following by an INTRODUCTION heading. Second-level headings should be typed in boldface capital-and-lower-case letters. Third-level headings should be in boldface italic letters beginning with the first word capitalized and the remaining words in lower-case letters. All headings are to be left-justified. Acknowledgements should appear at the bottom of the title page. All citations should be made in APA system.