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CMF announces results of its call for research projects

  • The three topics selected were indebtedness; impact of pension fund withdrawals; and resilience of financial networks.
  • The Commission encourages the academic community to participate in future calls.

January 19, 2023 - The Financial Market Commission (CMF) announces the results of its latest call for research projects to conduct joint studies on topics of interest to the Commission. Between November 14 and December 12, 2022 the CMF issued a public call to the academic community to submit project proposals, and six were received. The Commission's Editorial Committee accepted three based on the relevance of the topic for the CMF, institutional priorities, and available resources.

  • "Efficiency in Financial Product Indebtedness: Evidence from Chile", by Jacelly Céspedes (University of Minnesota), Borja Larraín (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), and Carlos Parra (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile).
  • "Impact of Pension Fund Withdrawals on Financial Debt and Savings of Individuals and Small Firms", by Juan Diaz and Erwin Hansen (School of Economics and Business, Universidad de Chile).
  • "A Local Study of Stability and Resilience of Financial Networks: The Chilean Case", by Julio Deride and Eric Zepeda (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María).

The Commission's internal researchers who will participate in these projects are:

  • First Project: Mauricio Larraín (Deputy Chairman) and Mario Vera (General Directorate of Studies).
  • Second Project: Francisco Ormazábal (General Directorate of Studies).
  • Third Project: José Fuentes (General Directorate of Prudential Supervision).

Projects and their authors must comply with the conditions and requirements detailed in Annex 1 of the CMF's Policy for Publishing Non-Regular Documents and Institutional Reports. They must include at least one internal researcher, and research agreements with external parties do not commit payments to the researcher nor will they have any kind of associated costs.

Generally, the Editorial Committee does not accept projects that may be conducted with information available in the public domain. There is also a limit of two simultaneous projects per researcher.

The CMF appreciates the interest shown in this call and invites interested parties to submit their work in future calls.

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