Generative AI in Finance SI Paper Development Workshop

Generative AI in Finance SI Paper Development Workshop

July 5, 2024 in Dresden


Call for Papers

Keynote Speaker: Michael Weber (University of Chicago, Booth School of Business)

Dresden University of Technology is organizing a Paper Development Workshop together with Carol Alexander from University of Sussex and Denis Schweizer from Concordia University. We invite interested scholars to apply to present and discuss their current research on Generative AI in Finance. The workshop will take place in person on July 5, 2024 in Dresden.

The aim of the paper development workshop is to feature articles at the forefront of Generative AI research across a broad spectrum of interest including, but not limited to, corporate finance, fintech, digital finance, asset pricing, financial stability, banking, risk management, portfolio management, behavioral finance, personal finance, and real estate — all within the context of viable existing or potential future applications of Generative AI.

The workshop is associated with a Special Issue in the Journal of Banking and Finance on Generative AI in Finance and aims to provide authors with valuable insights from the editorial team prior to submission. Acceptance for presentation at the Paper Development Workshop is not a prerequisite for submission to the Special Issue and in no way guarantees acceptance to the Special Issue.

Keynote: The Promises and Pitfalls of Large Language Models in Finance

Submission procedure:

Please submit full articles or extended abstracts to by May 1, 2024. Response letters will be sent by May 15, 2024.

Workshop registration and fees:

Registration opens April 1, 2024.

Early-bird registration fee until May 20, 2024: EUR 390

For registrations between May 20 and June 20: EUR 490

PhD students presenting theit sole author paper have 50% discount.

The registration fee covers meals, coffee breaks, and the conference dinner.

Local Organizer:

Lars Hornuf

Program Committee:

Carol Alexander (University of Sussex)

Helen Bollaert (SKEMA Business School)

Lars Hornuf (Dresden University of Technology)

Christine Laudenbach (Goethe University)

Paul Momtaz (TU Munich)

Markus Pelger (Stanford University)

Denis Schweizer (Concordia University)

Michael Weber (University of Chicago)

David Yermack (NYU)

Stefan Zeisberger (Radboud University and University of Zurich)


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