The goal of this workshop is to gather academic contributions addressing recent Emerging Market Economies developments in the fields of Macroeconomics, International Trade and Finance.
The scientific committee welcomes both empirical and theoretical contributions.
Papers can in particular address the following issues about Emerging Countries:
• Economic consequences of Covid-19
• Great lockdown’s impact on global value chains
• Debt denomination and debt sustainability
• Foreign exchange and derivatives markets
• Monetary policy
• Renminbi internationalization
• Global financial cycle, capital flows and international spillovers
• Commodities and terms of trade shocks
The workshop is open to anybody involved in these research areas, including both young and experienced researchers, Ph.D. students, post-doctoral researchers, and professionals from business, government, and non-governmental institutions.

Keynote speakers

Olivier DE BOYSSON (Chief Economist Emerging Markets, Société Générale)
Organization & Scientific Committee
Florence HUART (LEM, U. Lille)
Delphine LAHET (BSE, U. Bordeaux)
Marc POURROY (CRIEF, U. Poitiers)
Antonia LÓPEZ-VILLAVICENCIO (EconomiX, U. Paris Nanterre)

Place of the workshop

The workshop will take place at University of Poitiers. However, due to the coronavirus situation, the workshop may be held in a hybrid format. This means participants can take part either on site or remotely. There is no registration fee.

Submission details

Papers must be complete and written in English. The front page should clearly indicate the name of coauthors, their electronic address and their affiliation. Papers should be submitted by email to:


February 28, 2022: deadline for submission.
March 14, 2022: notification of acceptance.
March 21, 2022: deadline for registration