International Tor Vergata Conference on Money, Banking and Finance
The Tor Vergata International Conference on Money, Banking and Finance is aimed at exploring the current economic policy debate by focusing on aspects of the financial world.
Conference started in 1992 at University of Rome Tor Vergata founded by Prof. Michele Bagella (The School of Economics and the CEIS - Tor Vergata Economics Foundation) as International Tor Vergata Conference on Money, Banking and Finance. Thanks to Antony Santomero, Jim Lothian, Jerry P. Dwyer, Iftekhar Hasan, Giorgio Szego, Paul Wachtel the conference grew over time.
Since the beginning papers presented at the Conference were published on international journals that incleds among other the Journal of International Money and Finance, Journal of Banking and Finance, Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Stability, Journal of Business Research, Research in Banking and Finance.
Publisher as ELSEVIER issued several books containing selected papers presented during the Conference.
In 2012 the Conference become the International Rome Conference on Money Banking adn Finance. Since then, each year one of the universities in the network organizeses one Editon.
Since the beginning the Conference was supported by several institutions (CNR, FITD, ABI, IPI, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, EconomEtica, CNIPA, ASSONEBB, SIRP-MISTRA, SIE) and sponsored by MCC, Banca di Roma, Capitalia, Banca IMI, UBM Banca Mobiliare, CRIF, BNL, BNP Paribas, ARCA sgr, MEFOP, Monte Titoli, ABN-AMRO, GSE, GME, Sace, WIND, Banca Etica, Credid Siusse, Monte dei Paschi di Siena, BCC Credito Cooperativo.
Conference is supported by the Journal of Financial Stability, Rivista di Politica Economica, Economic Notes, and Bancaria.