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U.S. Treasury 2014 Roundtable on Treasury Markets and Debt Management
U.S. Treasury building, Washington DC, December 5, 2014
Call for Papers
Submission deadline: Thursday, July 31, 2014

The Office of Debt Management at U.S. Treasury is holding its 2014 Roundtable on Treasury Markets and Debt Management on December 5, 2014 in the main Treasury building in Washington DC.  This invitation-only forum brings together 80-100 senior academics, policy makers, and market participants to discuss topics relevant to the U.S. Treasury market.  The Roundtable includes three research presentations with discussions and two panel discussions.  Past research presentations were selected by prominent academics, including John Campbell, Arvind Krishnamurthy, Alan Krueger, Francis Longstaff, David Scharfstein, and Jeremy Stein.  Professor Luis M. Viceira leads the effort for the 2014 Roundtable.

Submissions of unpublished, original research in two broad areas are invited for the 2014 Roundtable:
  (1) Optimal sovereign debt structure and issuance strategy, and
  (2) Treasury auction mechanism, auction market, primary dealer system, and investor behavior.
Both theoretical and empirical contributions are welcome.
Please address inquiries, including requests for programs of past Roundtables to:
Allen Zhang, Deputy Director of ODM, at
Submission guidelines:
The deadline for submission is July 31, 2014 and authors will be notified by August 29, 2014 if selected for presentation.
Please email pdf files by midnight Eastern Time on Thursday, July 31, 2014 to:
Allen Zhang, Deputy Director of ODM, at
We prefer completed drafts, but we will also welcome work in progress as long as it can be ready for presentation at the Roundtable.
James Clark, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Federal Finance, US Treasury
Luis M. Viceira, Harvard Business School and NBER
Funding:  Unfortunately the Treasury is unable to offer funding for travel expenses and accommodations for participants or presenters at the Roundtable.
Last Updated: 7/1/2014 3:11 PM

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