Conference Topics

Conference Title                           4th Academic International Conference on Law, Economics and Finance  
Conference Dates                         7th-9th December 2017
Deadline for abstract/proposal    3rd November 2017
Venue                                           University of Cambridge Newnham College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

AICLEF encourage submissions within law, economics and finance, and across a variety of related disciplines and fields. Papers may address, but are not restricted to, the main theme from any of the following sub-themes. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable.

Law

  • International Law
  • Corporate and Commercial Law 
  • Human Rights Law and Social Justice
  • WTO & related agreements
  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption Law in International Business
  • Law of Intellectual Property (IP) and Information Technology
  • Labour and Employment Law
  • Environmental Law 
  • Criminal Justice Policy and Law
  • Legal Theory, Methodology and Ideology

Economics

  • Trade Liberalisation and Economic Growth
  • Sustainability Economic Development and Climate Change
  • Globalization and Labour Market
  • Banking and Finance
  • Business and Economics
  • Corporate Finance and Governance
  • Economic Policy
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance and Investment
  • Financial Economics

Finance   

  • Modern Finance
  • Islamic Finance 
  • International capital markets 
  • International corporate finance 
  • Behavioural finance 
  • Financial analysis and equity valuation 
  • Financial regulation and ethics 
  • Financial risk management 
  • International banking and financial markets 
  • International financial management 
  • Mergers and acquisitions 
  • Responsible banking and development finance 
  • Risk management and derivatives securities.
  • Forecasting Financial Markets
  • Financial Markets and Institutions

Interdisciplinary Studies

  • Law, Economics and Finance 
  • Law and Economics
  • Law and Finance 
  • Financial economics
  • Financial Globalisation and Crisis 
  • The impact of Globalisation on financial market, law and Political economics