RGC Call for Papers: Special issue on recent US banking crisis and interest rate changes effect on inflation

We would like to draw the attention of the experts in theoretical and empirical studies in risk governance and with application to financial markets and institutions that international peer-reviewed journal Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions announces a call for papers for the special issue (2023) of the journal devoted to recent US banking crisis and interest rate changes effect on inflation .

Given the bank’s recent honours and established status as one of the top national and regional banks in the US for many years, the rapid collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) surprised many investors and business experts. It was rated by Forbes as one of the top American banks just a few weeks before the bank went under, noting its success and stability in the industry with its exceptional growth, credit quality, and profitability. Additionally, there have been no known bank collapses between 2020 and 2022 during the Covid-19 pandemic. The loss of SVB, the secondlargest bank failure in American history, has prompted numerous inquiries into what went wrong and how such a prosperous firm could collapse so suddenly.

Before the collapse of SVB whole world was suffering with higher inflation rate and different governments was taking a number of different measures to reduce the inflation rate, one of those measures was increase the interest rate. We know that interest rate increase helps to reduce the inflation rate. On top of these series of US bank collapse are pushing the interest rate and inflation high. At the moment world also facing another crisis which is Russia-Ukraine war, because of this war developed countries in the Europe are facing more and more energy crisis and these pushing the cost of living higher. Because of the inflation and higher interest rate UK seeing record mortgage price.

Due to the Russia-Ukraine war and US banking crisis stock markets all over the world seeing a huge turmoil. Based on all these episodes we placed this special issue.

The special issue welcomes submissions of both theoretical and empirical papers in the following areas:

  • Recent banking crisis effect on inflation
  • Russia-Ukraine war, inflation, and banking crisis
  • Global food crisis and inflation
  • Bank interest rate changes and inflation
  • Banking crisis, inflation, and stock market
  • Interest rate changes and stock market
  • Interest rate changes and housing pricing crash
  • Inflation and housing pricing
  • Post-covid and inflation
  • Post-covid and interest changes

In order to get more information on whether your submission will fits this special issue or to submit your paper, please contact the Guest Editor:
Fakhrul Hasan at fakhrul.hasan@northumbria.ac.uk
and a copy to Alexander Kostyuk at alex_kostyuk@virtusinterpress.org and Olha Lytvynenko at olha.lytvynenko@virtusinterpress.org

Deadline of submission: September 30, 2023.
Expected date of the issue publication: December 15, 2023.

Click here to download call for papers.