The research posters submitted to the IX FIMEF International Financial Research Conference must comply with the following guidelines.

I. Work Development:

1. Theme and scope: The Conference will deal with topics related to accounting, financial
management, financial economic and contemporary macroeconomic and microeconomic issues
and finance, both in terms of developed markets and the emerging ones, and their bonds.
Posters are accepted in Spanish or English.
Below, suggested research topics to be developed without limiting them:

 Econometric-cuantitative modeling for finance and economics
 Accounting / Auditing / Taxation
 International accounting systems and norms
 Impact of financial ratios and accounting variables on corporate performance
 Consolidation of financial statements
 Accounting systems and control
 International accounting norms and covergence
 Accounting, financial and economic relationships
 Local auditing / International auditing norms
 Globalization / deglobalization
 Trade growth, deficits, tariffs and impacts
 Financial and economic integration, market segmentations
 Corporate governance: Theory and models
 International economic and financial governance alternatives
 Mergers and Acquisitions
 Capital Structure / Dividend Policy
 Agency theory / Executive compensations
 Corporate financing / leverage/financial distress / financial fragility / bankruptcy
 Budgeting / Project evaluation/real options
 Initial Public Offering (IPOs)/
 Entreprenuerships / small and new enterprises (start-ups)
 Valuation, optimization, diversification, and portfolio management (CAPM, etc.)
 Stock and bond markets
 Market efficiency and anomalies
 Economic and financial cycles
 Financial crisis, comovements / transmission
 Expected utility theory / behavioral finance
 Investments and international capital flows
 Commodities markets
 Financial variables and markets and macroeconomic performance
 Impact of macro and microeconomic variables on capital markets and banking
 Inflation / unemployment
 Fintech / cryptocurrencies
 Derivatives / hedging /EFTs /mutual funds / financial engineering
 Financial regulation / capital requirements / Basilea
 Risk analysis / value at risk / assets volatility / extreme value
 Financial inclusion
 Macroeconomic policy, macroeconomic stability
 Monetary Policy / Exchange rates / interest rates / yield curve
 Banking / financial institutions / shadow banking /credit / microfinance
 Comparative banking results
 Microeconomics/consumption / production / supply and demand
 Fiscal policy / budgeting/ public spending
 Social security and pension systems/pension funds
 Energy markets, products/impacts on development
 Industrial policies and sectoral development trends
 Technology / research and development / innovation/ competitiveness
 Finance and economic development
 Gender and empowering
 Sustainable development and natural resources/corporate responsibility

2. Format-Use the template for research poster here included (fill in the gray boxes)

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3. Text in Word, 14-point Arial font, 1.5-line spacing, left alignment

4. Content extension-minimum 250 words, maximally 500.

5. Illustrate with images allusive to the proposed topic.

6. Formulas-if included, edit them using the equation Word tool.

7. Bibliographical references-Maximum 5 in APA format.

II. Presentation of the poster

Mention at the top left part of the poster, the name of the university or Affiliation center, its logo in high resolution to 300 Dpi's, title of the poster, name of the author and of the tutor. (as reference, it is suggested to see winning posters 2017 and 2018 shown in the posters section of
the FIMEF Conference page 2019). Include: approach of the problem, methodology, basic references, results, conclusions, images or graphs, tables and figures, indicating source of origin by reference APA or Vancouver, modified reference (optional).

Send registration format, phone data and email of the author (s) and poster to mail:
Submission deadline: Monday, June 3rd, 2019