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  • University of New South Wales
  • Macquarie University
  • The University of Sydney
  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Australian National University
  • The University of Melbourne
  • Capital Markets
  • Sirca
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • KPMG
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • Macquarie
  • Australian Government - Treasury
  • New South Wales Goverment
 
 
 
 

KEY AREAS OF INTEREST

Within the umbrella of the CIFR Research Themes, CIFR has identified the following key areas of interest, referred to as CIFR Key Areas of Interest.

 

This list is not a definitive list of all the projects that CIFR will fund. CIFR is open to funding research on other topics identified as being of fundamental importance.

 

SYSTEMIC RISK

  • Understanding and managing systemic risk

  • Specific systemic risks

  • Transmission of systemic risk through the global financial system

 FINANCIAL MARKET DEVELOPMENTS

  • Market quality measurements

  • Market Innovation, complexity and integrity (products, services, technologies, markets, payment systems, counterparty risk, outsourcing)

  • International capital markets (risks and benefits in flows, diversification and different regulatory frameworks)

  • Financial markets integration

 

MARKET AND REGULATORY PERFORMANCE 

(encompassing “regulation” in all its forms and modes e.g. legislation, self-regulation codes, regulation by the market etc.).

  • Informed regulation

  • Regulatory system architecture

  • Regulatory performance and reform (e.g. assessment of performance, enforcement experience, prudential and accounting standards)

  • Superannuation / managed funds

  • Effective measures for financial consumer/investor protection

  • Development of new markets (e.g. corporate bonds, carbon emission and other environmentally motivated markets)

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF TARGETED RESEARCH FUNDING MODEL >>

TARGETED RESEARCH - RMB INTERNATIONALISATION >>

TARGETED RESEARCH - SUPERANNUATION >>
CIFR Expression of Interest Template >>
CIFR Full Proposal Template >>

 

 

 

Please submit all enquiries and proposals to research@cifr.edu.au



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