• February 26, 2017

    extended deadline for abstract submission

  • March 1, 2017

    Early bird registration

  • March 10, 2017

    Registration and payment of conference fee

  • April 25, 2017

    extended deadline for paper submission

Venue, acommodation and transport information
Conference program

Detailed conference plan

The main aim of the conference is to share knowledge and expertise in the wide areas of financial and monetary systems, money, financial supervision, regulation and economic policy both by academics and practitioners from emerging and developed economies. The scope of this conference are challenges that financial systems worldwide have to face and changes occurring within these systems and in their environment. Our focus is on the American and European security of financial systems and economic policies.

  •  New tendencies in regulation and supervision of financial systems
  •  Institutional changes in the financial systems of the EU countries
  •  Universal and specialized financial systems – comparative analysis
  •  Financialization and its consequences for financial stability
  •  Fiscal frameworks of financial systems
  •  Macroeconomic determinants of monetary and financial systems
  •  Contemporary macroeconomic policy
  •  Payment systems
Keynote speakers



    John M. Schiff Professor of Finance at New York University Stern School of Business, Member of the Executive Committee of the Salomon Center of the Study of Financial Institutions, NYU.

    Professor Saunders holds positions on the Board of Academic Consultants of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and the Council of Research Advisors for the Federal National Mortgage Association. He is Advisor to Nomination Committee of Nobel Prize in Economics, and Investment Advisory Board, Zurich Financial Services and a visiting scholar at the Comptroller of the Currency and at the Federal Monetary Fund.

    Professor Saunders is the editor of the Journal of Banking and Finance and the Journal of Financial Markets, Instruments and Institutions, as well as the associate editor of eight other journals, including Financial Management and the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.



      Jerzy Pruski holds a PhD Degree in Economics, obtained in 1989 at the University of Lodz, where he started his professional career as an assistant professor after completing a Master’s degree in 1983. Throughout 1991-1997 he held a variety of positions at LG Petro Bank, including Vice-President of the Management Board. Between 1998 and 2004 he served as a member of the Monetary Policy Council at the National Bank of Poland, subsequent to which he was appointed as the First Deputy President of the National Bank of Poland. In 2008 Mr. Pruski joined the Management Board of PKO Bank Polski and held the position of President. Between 2009 and 2016 Mr. Pruski acted as the President of the Bank Guarantee Fund, and in 2010-2015 he served as the Economic Advisor to the President of the Republic of Poland. Throughout 2012-2015 Mr. Pruski acted as the Chair of the Executive Council and the President of International Association of Deposit Insurers. Finally, between 2016 and 2017 he worked as an external expert to the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and also runs an economic consulting business.

      Currently he serves as a Deputy CEO of Getin Noble Bank. He is also a Vice-Chair of the Association of Polish Economists.

      Scientific Comittee


      Head of Scientific Comittee

        Dean of the Faculty of Economics
        Department of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets
        Poznań University of Economics and Business


        Rector of the Poznań University of Economics and Business

        Prof. Ryszard Kokoszczyński

        Warsaw University

        Prof. Grzegorz Gołębiowski

        University of Finance and Management in Warsaw

        Prof. Krzysztof Jajuga

        Wrocław University of Economics

        Prof. Jochen Michaelis

        Universitӓt Kassel

        Prof. Anita Pavkovic

        University of Zagreb

        Prof. Wiesława Przybylska-Kapuścińska

        Poznań University of Economic and Business

        Prof. Marek Ratajczak

        Poznań University of Economic and Business

        Prof. Jan Szambelańczyk

        Poznań University of Economic and Business

        Prof. Malcolm Sawyer

        Leeds University

        Prof. Andrzej Wojtyna

        Cracov University of Economics

        Prof. Marian Żukowski

        Catholic University of Lublin

        prof. Małgorzata Iwanicz-Drozdowska

        Warsaw School of Economics

        prof. Jan Monkiewicz

        Warsaw Institute of Technology
        Organizing Comitee



          Vice Dean of the Faculty of Economics
          Department of Money and Banking

          Monika Banaszewska, PhD

          Department of Public Finance

          Agnieszka Piechocka-Kałużna, PhD

          Department of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets

          Tomasz Gabrusewicz, PhD

          Department of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets


          Department of Money and Banking

          Monika Kaczała, PhD

          Department of Insurance


          Department of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets


          Department of Macroeconomics and Development Studies
          Head of Faculty’s Doctoral Studies


          Department of Monetary Policy and Financial Markets

          Guidelines for conference participants

          Abstract submission

          Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts (in English) in doc/docx files, no later than 10 February, 2017 extended deadline – February 26, 2017 via e-mail: icofep@ue.poznan.pl. Please note that the extended abstracts should be consistent with the required format. The conference participants will be asked to choose between two ways of presentations: oral session or poster session. Extended and short abstract description Extended abstract – template (English).

          Notification of acceptance

          A notification of acceptance will be sent within two weeks after submission.


          Registration should be online, no later than March 15, 2017 (1 March for early bird registration). At least one of the authors of each paper must have a full registration for attending the conference. One person can register only once. Please do not register before the notification of acceptance from the organizers! (registrations cancelled as a result of an abstract not being accepted will be refunded 50% of the registrations fees less an administration fee of 20 EUR).

          Paper submission

          Submission of completed paper is optional. If you want to be considered for publication or the Best Paper Award you must also submit your completed and full paper. The deadline for paper submission is April 5, 2017 extended deadline – April 24, 2017. Nevertheless, at least short abstract should be submitted to be included in conference materials.


          Presenters as well as attending co-authors will receive a certificate of participation during ICOFEP 2017 (refers to oral and poster sessions).


          Selected papers will be considered for publication in:

          • Argumenta Oeconomica (A list) – 15 points of Ministry of Science and Higher Education,

          • Bezpieczny Bank – 13 points of Ministry of Science and Higher Education,

          • Economics and Business Review – 15 points of Ministry of Science and Higher Education,

          • Finanse – Journal of the Polish Academy of Science, 12 points of Ministry of Science and Higher Education,

          • Studia Oeconomica Posnaniensia – 10 points of Ministry of Science and Higher Education,

          • Proceedings Of The Faculty Of Economics And Business in Zagreb,

          • Research Papers in Economics and Finance PUER’s Faculty of Economics.

          Only original papers presented on ICOFEP 2017 (during oral sessions or poster sessions) may be considered for publication in the journals. Articles should be revised after the conference presentation before submission to a journal. Papers selected for the specific journal will undergo a standard peer-review procedure.



          PhD students
          110 €
          480 PLN
          Registration fee
          Extra fee for Gala Dinner +30€/130PLN
          The copy of the confirmation of the PhD status should be sent to along with the submission of the extended abstract.
          120 €
          520 PLN
          Registration fee
          Extra fee for Gala Dinner +30€/130PLN

          (Attendees without a paper)
          Conference participation
          Conference materials
          Coffee breaks
          Two lunches (on Thursday and Friday)


          PLN payments EUR payments
          Beneficjent: Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu Beneficiary: Poznan University of Economics and Bussines
          Bank: Bank Zachodni WBK Bank: Bank Zachodni WBK
          Nr rachunku: 54109013590000000035018918 IBAN: 02109013590000000100627162
          Tytuł przelewu: ICOFEP 2017, imię i nazwisko Uczestnika MESSAGE LINE: ICOFEP 2017, Your Name and Surname